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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #15 on: July 13, 2010, 06:41:45 AM »
Thanks Doc. I did not know you were a owner of Durango. That was a pretty good move on your part lol. I thought just Steinke's and Martindale owned him. Sounds to me like I would prefer the 57th line.



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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #16 on: July 13, 2010, 07:15:58 AM »
I noticed that there were several maternal bros to JPJ being advertised. Are they transplanting his dam? Who owns her? Is she consisent? Would she work with a Red Angus bull?
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #17 on: July 13, 2010, 01:00:07 PM »
1. Dover tied with Wolf Ridge Pioneer for first place
2. Captain Obvious
3. RS Max tied with ML Cabela
4. AR Apache tied with Kaper 4508
5.Alta Cedar Top Dog tied with Proud Jazz 855
6.Byland Mission
7.NPS Governor
8.Glennell IMF
9.Studer's Big John
10. Wolf Willow Major Leroy
11. Muridale Bonanza
12. Robjoy Tracker tied with Alta Cedar Samurai

these are my picks, anyway, although,  i understand that i like 'em different than all of Y'uns do.

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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #18 on: July 13, 2010, 04:40:44 PM »
The 57th and Rose lines also worked very well with the rodeo-Sonny-and semi clubby breeding-It looks like this breeding really works on some of the Canadian cattle-although the only ones recently Ive seen-go back to Salute O0

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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #19 on: July 13, 2010, 06:12:18 PM »
1. Dover tied with Wolf Ridge Pioneer for first place
2. Captain Obvious
3. RS Max tied with ML Cabela
4. AR Apache tied with Kaper 4508
5.Alta Cedar Top Dog tied with Proud Jazz 855
6.Byland Mission
7.NPS Governor
8.Glennell IMF
9.Studer's Big John
10. Wolf Willow Major Leroy
11. Muridale Bonanza
12. Robjoy Tracker tied with Alta Cedar Samurai

these are my picks, anyway, although,  i understand that i like 'em different than all of Y'uns do.

 GB
Tell me when your glossary of Ozarkian language  will be published again?  ;)
 I would throw Kolhsteadt's Diamond REgal Legend  in with Top Dog and Jazz for a 3 way tie of 5th place. I loved the job he was doing . I have to review my country again for a pic of Tracker?


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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #20 on: July 13, 2010, 08:01:48 PM »
I noticed that there were several maternal bros to JPJ being advertised. Are they transplanting his dam? Who owns her? Is she consisent? Would she work with a Red Angus bull?
I could be wrong (shocker) but I think Farrer Stock Farm at least bought a flush on her? They bred the brother to JPJ at Byland I think? This is just a guess from the ads I have seen. I would think she would work great on some RA. Try something different like Shoco Data or HXC bull. Jackhammer or Steakmaster? Maybe High Capacity224? Mulberry would obviously work too. That would be some cool calves IMO.
garybob my mothers family from outside Clinton, Tenn would say yall. I believe that to be the true Ozarkian lingo. I love that area of America. Great people.

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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #21 on: July 13, 2010, 08:34:12 PM »
so we should start a ozarkian post?? I want to learn the lingo.
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #22 on: July 13, 2010, 09:34:12 PM »
I'm from West Tennessee where we say "y'all", but went to school at MTSU in middle Tennessee. Hearing my friends in school from different parts of the state, I decided that "Y'uns" is an East Tennessee word. (lol) 

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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #23 on: July 13, 2010, 09:58:53 PM »
I've heard it down here in AL and GA...I could walk across either state line from the house, and we are about as backwoods as it gets around here.  Goobersmooch is my personal favorite local word though
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #24 on: July 13, 2010, 10:06:50 PM »
I've heard it down here in AL and GA...I could walk across either state line from the house, and we are about as backwoods as it gets around here.  Goobersmooch is my personal favorite local word though
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define GOOBERSMOOCH: iPLEASE USE ONE TO TWO SENTENCES TO DESCRIBE THE MEANING.
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #25 on: July 13, 2010, 10:08:55 PM »
I'm from West Tennessee where we say "y'all", but went to school at MTSU in middle Tennessee. Hearing my friends in school from different parts of the state, I decided that "Y'uns" is an East Tennessee word. (lol) 

sO WHY IS 'Y uns    a Eastern thing? Any ideas
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #26 on: July 13, 2010, 10:12:53 PM »
Goobersmooch, defined by the Lawson Mozley's Incomplete Guide to Southern Redneckisms as:

a mildly insulting term used mostly towards friends, taken literally it means "one who kisses peanuts" but that meaning has never been used to the best of my knowlege

 <cowboy>

(friend does/says something stupid)

You goobersmooch!

Yes, it is real my friends.
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #27 on: July 13, 2010, 11:06:58 PM »
1. Dover tied with Wolf Ridge Pioneer for first place
2. Captain Obvious
3. RS Max tied with ML Cabela
4. AR Apache tied with Kaper 4508
5.Alta Cedar Top Dog tied with Proud Jazz 855
6.Byland Mission
7.NPS Governor
8.Glennell IMF
9.Studer's Big John
10. Wolf Willow Major Leroy
11. Muridale Bonanza
12. Robjoy Tracker tied with Alta Cedar Samurai

these are my picks, anyway, although,  i understand that i like 'em different than all of Y'uns do.

 GB

I'm kinda partial to the little roan Major Leroy bull calf that is shown in our ad. He is pretty soggy, sound and eye candy
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #28 on: July 13, 2010, 11:17:56 PM »
This seems to be as good a place as any to ask this so here goes:

What shorthorn bull would ya'll recommend to breed to some angus/simm/maine heifers for super calves without being monstrous birthweights?  I feel that the steer rings are about to start seein some color in the winners circle and this year's AI calves are the best cattle that I own by far and all should make great mamas.

One is a Jazz out of a simangus cow, the others are Chill factor son (out of a simm cow) daughters out of simangus cattle and one with a touch of hereford.

Also might keep a CF daughter out of a 1/4 maine, 1/4 simm, 1/2 angus cow rather than selling her for show.

I ask ya'll because I know that you'll offer honest observations without tryin to sell semen on a particular bull.
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Re: Best bull in Shorthorn Country
« Reply #29 on: July 14, 2010, 07:39:08 AM »
I'm from West Tennessee where we say "y'all", but went to school at MTSU in middle Tennessee. Hearing my friends in school from different parts of the state, I decided that "Y'uns" is an East Tennessee word. (lol) 

sO WHY IS 'Y uns    a Eastern thing? Any ideas
I have no idea, but the only people I ever heard say it were from East Tennessee.  If you ever spend any time in Tennessee you'll find that East, Middle and West are three distinct regions in alot of ways.  At school I found that dialect was a big one.  I never heard a water hose referred to as a "hose pipe" til I went to school there either.  My roomate from the middle section introduced me to that word. (lol)

 

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