I know I wasn't asked, but figured I would chime in. I was with Morrissey and Schou at Denver, when they sold Pendleton to Griswold. The bull is super stout really deep and pretty sound. His biggest fault is when he travels he doesn't set his back feet down as and travel as squarely as I would like. We are using him this spring and think he has alot to offer on those cleaner fronted tighter middled cows.
j3, I like Pendleton's pedigree. His mother is sure enough a great looking cow with a great pedigree. Saw the video as he sold in Denver and he sure did look thick and appeared to track freely. Being PHAF is certainly a plus too. Griswold has always had a knack for picking the good ones. Looking forward to seeing his offspring. What do you plan using him on?
hoping this means streamliner, on my knees for that.
j3, any squarer than typical for a maine which seem to be more triangular behind compared to others? If that's the case, telos, his half brother will be tried immediately on heifers 2nd calf, sooner if doable. this could take years. well maybe 4.