Hatfield Ultra T 100G

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Okotoks

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Hatfield Ultra T 100G after arriving at Robertson Ranches, Hanna, Alberta. Joining their 22 herd bull sire battery. He is a two year old son of Diamond Lord Belmore 56B and Hatfield Ultra Heroine 8Y. The second shorthorn bull to join their program. He is genomically tested and free of all defects.
 

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mark tenenbaum

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Hes a smooth move real good looking His feet and legs remind me a little of the Waukaru cattle the rest of him looks Canadian to me-has that look O0
 

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good looking bull.


not much difference from a red angus other than probably a little girth and long bones.


is he polled?


ribeye scanned?
 

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He is even more impressive when viewed on the desktop and larger screen, which does justice to his stoutness.  More bulls with that body type need used in the Shorthorn breed.  He will represent the breed well in Western Canada.
 

Okotoks

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knabe said:
good looking bull.


not much difference from a red angus other than probably a little girth and long bones.


is he polled?  Yes he is polled.


ribeye scanned? No he is not rib eye scanned 25 of his sires calves have been scanned. All the yearling bulls in the Best of the West Sale were scanned. All the sale bulls were genomically tested and all had DNA results for TH and mysostatin and most for DS and PHA. He is an excellent footed bull and should do well on the dry prairie where he will be working!
 

Okotoks

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Dale said:
He is even more impressive when viewed on the desktop and larger screen, which does justice to his stoutness.  More bulls with that body type need used in the Shorthorn breed.  He will represent the breed well in Western Canada.

Thanks, I think he will do well in his new herd. It is dry prairie there but he has excellent feet should do well. His sire is a trait leader for BW, CED and $CEZ
 
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