check with SD...his daughter won her county fair with a RA...he seems like an out of this world RA guru lol
My out of this world view on RA steers is simply this: get Rambo 502 as close to the progeny as you can on the top side. He has that tubular look with an awesome big but. When we have one that is winning where ever we take it, it has Rambo 502. Also he sires winning heifers too. If you can find any Rambo 502 semen let me know it's very hard to come by.
Mulberry has Rambo 502! He is the next generation Rambo. My youngest son is showing a Mulberry heifer that is as Gidget says out of this world.
Cherokee Canyon sires a good steer that can win and a good heifer too but can get a bit large on the frame. (which doesn't bother me but might some of you)
As for others Sakic is a big question mark some really like him. We haven't shown any but haven't seen any steers worth showing out of him either.
Major League is OK for a steer bull but needs the right cow. (which I and a lot of RA breeders are still trying to figure out) Doesn't sire a decent heifer either.
Roy Rogers is a wait and see. I saw him at Fort Worth and they wouldn't let me touch him. Which in RA circles is odd.
Pieper Red Angus bulls are good ones too. But I have found from a show animal stand point they sire better heifers. Great carcass steers and the fairest people going.
For market heifers the best I've seen were sired by 5L Norsman King.
Master Plan has been very good to us as we use him on all our heifers. Can get show quality first time around and calving ease with a nice hind quarter.
Brylor has some really nice bulls in his semen catalog. Has a great Angus (black) bull Fort Rock 151 that is just, well, WOW!
The sleeper bull out of Canada is Fully Loaded. I am waiting for semen to come available. I want to use him on our Mulberry heifer for her second calf.
This is just my opinions and all of the bulls mentioned here will give you great steaks on the grill.