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Hereford76

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all the hereford pictures kinda spurred me.

tried to take some pictures of the commercial bred heifers... 56 head to make a pot load for sale (41 good ones and 15 true f1s AI bred to Northern Ranchers Fraser angus bull)



sired by 137Y son that Waldorf has now - might have to try and talk the banker into just keeping these girls.


bred exactly the same as heifer with rack above


they haven't seen the dog in awhile...


more a picture of a pretty nice view - but also a picture that shows my breeding project/program. bull and cow are both 08 models sired by ulrichs old 137Y bull and out of mothers that are paternal half sisters... trying to make a whole herd of cows just like this girl - hopefully this bull will do his part.


one of the calves that kept his nuts - kind of a eye catcher
 

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Your cattle look like they summered pretty well. I hope to add a couple Hereford heifers in the next year or two. I really like the middle heifer in the 3rd picture as well as the 1123 calf at the end. Thanks for the red & white update. Have a grand fall! :D
 

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Looking good. Maybe we should talk about doing some trading of our heifer calves for a few of yours. :wink: :wink: :wink:
 

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they look good.Do you sell any registered heifers ever? My 11 year old son want's to go a different direction than his old man.
 

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Nice country , like the view in the picture 2nd from the bottom cattle included. Who is that calf in the bottom he looks good. Your heifers look good also, hard to beat a baldie cow.
 

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thanks guys

h - is your camera broke too... i always like looking at cattle out of your environment.

iluvherefords - let me know when you get serious about marketing heifers... i'll have grass for around 75 more cows next year and trying to buy some baldie heifers back from a few customers - would like a chance to see yours before they go.

denny
i've sold jags of papered females as commercial cows - i can't remember any i've sold with papers. its kinda hard to sell the factory and i only run papers on the extreme top end (i can't stand giving the aha guys money). i've donated a nile heifer before, but i got a soft spot for youngsters - especially ones raised on an angus outfit that take a liking to herefords :D

gm88
heres a link to the pedigree on the 1123 calf.
http://www.herfnet.com/online/cgi-b...56&5=2B3C2B3C3A&6=5A5D5B595826262620&9=535D52
 

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We are rounding up on the 30th of this month if you want to come down and talk. The calves are going to Lewistown on the 3rd of October.
 

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a few more... probably what spontaneous combustion looks like just prior



















book work done, this done, no more excuses to not get back at cleaning corrals - :(
 

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You like your horses and cattle to have some white on them.

Good shots and I like that bull. Thanks.
 

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High Plains said:
You like your horses and cattle to have some white on them.

Good shots and I like that bull. Thanks.

actually those are not my horses, but they do sort of blend in... a good spot to hide. they are feedlot escapies.
 

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