This golden colored Hawkeye is a productive, easy feeding calf with power, soundness, and a first year friendly personality. His young mother is the last calf of the 315 Yahtzee cow that was like an ATM machine here. He should prove to be a great choice for a family without all the resources that need a good doing one that will be easy to manage.
The other white, red eared shorthorn out of the extremely productive Starburst 312 flush. He could be a really competitive shorthorn where there is a breed show or just a really solid project for about any family.
A younger King Cobra steer out of a really productive old Full Flush cow. He is cocky and long fronted but still has mass, muscle, and substance. His mother produced several good steers including one that sold for north of $7,000 a few years back. I think this one could surprise a lot of competition in a good home.
A really sound, good built, practical steer out of a good Here I Am first calver. He should be an easy feeder, very low maintence, and a great project for a family that needs an entry level steer to get rolling with. He will be a very solid fat without much more than good feed and plenty of it.
Maryann calls this little creature “Fanta”. He is cool, square, and stout with great big hair. His young mother is a good Monopoly daughter out of the old 5964 cow that had an amazingly productive career here. His vision isn’t 20/20 but he sees well enough to get by, after all show steers don’t need to pass a driving test. I think he is a good hold over steer for Texas or Arizona. Best fit is to feed him along slowly until next winter or spring.
Hello Lady! This dynamic cross over kind of heifer is a full sib to the market heifer Brock campaigned last year. If you were paying attention, the one Brock showed was second in class to Miller’s Champion Market Heifer overall at Denver and she got a second and 3rd look in the steer show at Colorado State Fair after winning her class there. This one is really good! Big enough to play hard as a market heifer, cool enough to win as a breeding heifer if managed that way. She is awesomed legged and big time beautiful.
Stout made, big hipped market heifer out of the productive Here I Am 123 flush. She is super sound and yet very massive and shapely with outstanding hair. She is big and mature enough to give the steers a run and will be as stout as any school cafeteria worker you will find.
This maternal bred lady has the brightest paint job you will find. She is out of the good heifer Brock showed his second year, that we literally never got beat with. She is beautiful fronted, sappy bellied, awesome flanked, and still really square and correct. Dig in here!
This brockle faced lady is the youngest calf on the sale. She is very cool and correct in her build, tiny necked, and really up fronted. She has a very productive rib shape. People frequently ask for maternal females so here you go.
Yet another maternal option that has a lot of quality. She is long, feminine, good structured, and swoopy bodied. She was a little slow at halter breaking but isn’t mean. Because she was a little tough to break she is soft eared and a little harder conditioned than some. But overall a good show heifer that should turn into a real productive cow.