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Redland Traveler 0930 3456
Coleman Rainmaker 1141
O C C Emblazon 854E
One of the most dominant sires we have ever used for producing cows that excel in a low input range calved-range raised environment.
854E is recognized as the cow efficiency leader in the angus breed. His Daughters are easy fleshing with superb udders. He is a very dominant sire for producing uniformity and predictability in a calf crop. He combines big REA with calving ease & high $EN & SW. You will find that most of the cattle in the sale have Emblazon in their pedigree.
Mc Cumber Tremendous 2008
With two of the best cow families in the breed behind him, expect 2008 to sire females with very good teats and udders, depth of body, fleshing ability and fertility. He has been one of the most consistent.
Mc Cumber 235 Fortunate 4154 2008
4154 is out of a full sister to 2008. Expect the same kind of females as the cows pictured. 4154 was born with a 68 lb. actual birthweight yet he outgained all other calves in his calf crop to post a 4.67 ADG with an REA of 14.6. He is a long, deep bodied bull with excellent spring of rib. Stands square on his feet with a deep well muscled quarter.
GDAR Game Day 449
449 sires progeny in an eye appealing package with thickness, length, volume and hindquarter. In the same mold as Emblazon 854E, he is a consistent breeding bull that sires calving ease and performance in a moderate framed package. He sires efficient, excellent uddered daughters.
O C C Paxton 730P
OCC Paxton 730P is a high volume, easy doing, big REA sire. This group of sons look very strong.
Paxton sires extra volume, muscle and fleshing ability along with a +17.5 $EN score that reflects the efficiency his daughters are transmitting.
Papa Forte 1921
We have gone back to using Forte 1921 for the combination of traits that he sires; calving ease, new born calf vigor, muscle, fleshing ability and some of the best range cows we have ever owned.