PB hereford × Clubby bulls

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Zach_Waymond

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Has anyone ever tried to cross clubbies to a PB hereford,I'm just wondering if theyll turnout or if anyone else has had success with crossing them , I have pictures of the two cows . Also if you have any pictures of that cross please put them on the board.
 

mark tenenbaum

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Just look at the SC Sales from Oklahoma and Texas tons of X bred Hereford appearing calves O0
 

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Mab has been a great mating on pb Hereford cows. Igwt is starting to gain fame on them as well if you like smoke baldies (thumbsup)
 

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Back when texas made the fakeford famous heatwave was king at making them . Now its not seen as much. Now us texas boy take those old crossed up hereford cows and breed more pb bulls back on em. When someone says oh look at texas they ate all cross bred yea why not steers dont have to be registered so why breed for pb steers when the feed lot doesnt do it........ but thats a topic for another day ill let somone that likes to talk about that start a new thread about it........
 

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I've had good luck crossing the clubbies on Hereford cow's.  The Baldy  is a King Cobra and the Fakeford is a Dakota Gold.
 

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mark tenenbaum

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Pretty Cool Mountain Man I liked the looks of Indian Outlaw The roan Hereford bull Haf Cherokee etc-Im thinking that direction-Shes a May-these are from about a monthand a haf ago-Goes back to one of the oldest maternal deals I had-Deertrail Countess-Was Divis champ a bunch including Denver in 1987-Doner dam of several well knowns-and EZ calving for the 4 generations and 30 years Ive had them I tried to get someone in Texas or Okie to JV her-She will produce very hi end purebred steers-No responce guess cause shes a real Shorthorn-Whats the thickest BAD ASS Hereford to USE?
 

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mark tenenbaum

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jconner2088 said:
Back when texas made the fakeford famous heatwave was king at making them . Now its not seen as much. Now us texas boy take those old crossed up hereford cows and breed more pb bulls back on em. When someone says oh look at texas they ate all cross bred yea why not steers dont have to be registered so why breed for pb steers when the feed lot doesnt do it........ but thats a topic for another day ill let somone that likes to talk about that start a new thread about it........///// CANT ARGUE WITH THE QUALITY OF THOSE TOP FORT WORTHS-BEST STEERS IVE EVER SEEN-Followed closely by the 20 YEARS AGP WHATEVER SHORTHORNS BEFORE THEY GOT OFF IN THE CURRENT DIRECTION  HATS OFF TO THE FAKEFORDS O0
 

Zach_Waymond

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Thanks all of these animals look great.And thanks for all of f the bull suggestions I've looked at their calves and they look really nice, thanks~Zach
 

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mark tenenbaum said:
Pretty Cool Mountain Man I liked the looks of Indian Outlaw The roan Hereford bull Haf Cherokee etc-Im thinking that direction-Shes a May-these are from about a monthand a haf ago-Goes back to one of the oldest maternal deals I had-Deertrail Countess-Was Divis champ a bunch including Denver in 1987-Doner dam of several well knowns-and EZ calving for the 4 generations and 30 years Ive had them I tried to get someone in Texas or Okie to JV her-She will produce very hi end purebred steers-No responce guess cause shes a real Shorthorn-Whats the thickest BAD ASS Hereford to USE?

Mark if you are wanting a PB Hereford bull I have one suggestion, I'm not gonna lie I own part of him but he is truly the most powerful Hereford I've ever seen and his calves are awesome, GH 377X ECLIPSE 27E.

I'll post a couple other pictures from my phone.
 

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A few random pictures, Eclipse and 3 of his calves.
 

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mark tenenbaum

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You aint kidden-cowabunga-Hed be good for a second calf Im sure there are some stout ones in Canada too O0
 

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Mtnman said:
mark tenenbaum said:
You aint kidden-cowabunga-Hed be good for a second calf Im sure there are some stout ones in Canada too O0

I used him on heifers and didn't have any issues./// What about the roan I posted here-Shes an Exile-but generations of Low BW prior-she weighed 75 pounds-but shes pretty stout-not good pics and in with some BIG and one really good simm Angus-shes as wide as they are  O0
 

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mark tenenbaum said:
Mtnman said:
mark tenenbaum said:
You aint kidden-cowabunga-Hed be good for a second calf Im sure there are some stout ones in Canada too O0

I used him on heifers and didn't have any issues./// What about the roan I posted here-Shes an Exile-but generations of Low BW prior-she weighed 75 pounds-but shes pretty stout-not good pics and in with some BIG and one really good simm Angus-shes as wide as they are  O0


Biggest calf we have had was 84 pounds out of a cow the throws big calves, and 84 was maybe the smallest calf she has ever had. I do think you would like that mating with your heifer, she looks pretty soggy.
 
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