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Video of a couple bred heifers - updated

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BRG

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This is the first time I have ever taken a video and posted it on youtube.com . The links go to a couple bred heifers that we have consigned to the ND Red Select Sale on Dec. 10.

LMG Miss Dynette 0007
- She is a Sakic daughter out of what I call the best cow to ever walk our ranch, LMG Miss Dynette 3041.
- Pedigree link: http://search.redangus.org/animal/retat/lmg/letat/9220+0007#/animal/1414963

Videos:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=BhhiwcmORxg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=bG3x0NeRWxk

LMG Miss Brandy 9220
- This is a LMG Gills Widespread 6800 daughter. Wide Spread is a maternal brother LMG Miss Dynette 3041

Pedigree: http://search.redangus.org/animal/retat/lmg/letat/9220#/animal/1356755

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZEMNxE5grc
 

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They look good Brg. I hope the weather holds out for the sale. We have seen way to many cold ones during that sale.

have a cold one

lazy ace
 

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lazy ace said:
They look good Brg. I hope the weather holds out for the sale. We have seen way to many cold ones during that sale.

have a cold one

lazy ace

Both outside and inside buddy
 

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I did a little work on my computer this morning and made the video a little more attractive. What do you think?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpYToRAbq4w&feature=youtube_gdata
 

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You made the new video much better. Now, as a potential buyer, I would be much more interested. In the earlier video,
the heifer comes across as being in "show condition" which is not necessarily in a heifer's favor as a future cow.
In the new video, it is easy to see that the bred heifer consigned to the sale is not just "fat," but that she comes from a
long line of easy fleshing cattle. You enhanced her value by far with the new video.

Free advice is worth every penny that you paid for it. :wink: :)
 

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