A really solid steer out of King Cobra. This steers mother is also the mother of 3’s dam. I told these guys that I thought this one changed more for the better than any of calves on the sale since we weaned. He is built good, sound footed, really square, and powerful. I wouldn’t be surprised if we decide next summer that he was the sale sleeper.
Real good smoke steer, out of 123, that is the most moderate and best haired one of the flush. If he feeds like I think he will, he will make a great fat. Just a good high quality steer. Will be surgically dehorned before the sale.
Some how I was lucky enough to get two white, red eared flush mates out of one of my most proven matings I ever had here. Full sibs to the Munson’s steer that was second Heavy Weight Shorthorn at Fort Worth, the steer that won the shorthorns at Hoosier Beef Congress and was Reseve Shorthorn Steer at Indiana State Fair a couple years ago, and a roan cow at Voloson’s that is kicking up some dust. You fellas in New Mexico won’t even have to dye his ears a weird maroon purple to get him into the shorthorn class. Good steer. Will be surgically dehorned before the sale.
Fire up the swather again, this chromed up rascal comes from the Dowdell outfit but you don’t have to hold that against him. He won’t grow a huge mustache or turn into a redhead. All kidding aside, good solid steer here. He has a crazy high neck set, is big centered, thick ended, and a good set of wheels. This thing is truly unique up front, not really possible to get them any higher necked, and he might choke on an acorn. Out of a really good cow too!
This one is a true anomaly, I-80 out of a first calf heifer that is stout, burly, sound, and awesome bellied. Would make a real good maine steer if you need one. I really like this one.
I’m anxious to see how these No Guts No Glory work on these cows when these steers grow up. This is a flawless patterned, sound structured, big haired calf with a lot of look. If he ends up looking something like his momma when he’s done it will be good because she is a hippo that looks like she raids the cookie jar a couple times a night.
A big stout burly Here I Am out of the 123 donor. He is great big hipped, sound structured, and mature enough to be ready in July if you need one then.
A really nice Here I Am that is out of a super good young Gold Standard cow. He is genuinely sound and stout and has a good easy feeding look. He will be there when you need him in August. Just add feed and work.
This is a big, mature, easy feeding calf out of a good Missing Link shorthorn cow. Massive in his rib and center body, good flanked, and really sound structured. I see this one being very competive at an early county fair.
This is the greenest but most eye appealing steer out of the Made to Order x 19 flush. Full sib to lot 6 and 8, this one is built wicked good with a splash of chrome to set him apart. He is easy to get along with and really nice haired.