Stout, expressive smaller steer out of the 615D cow. He has hair, look, and big paws. He needs a show later next summer or into the fall or winter. There were times he created as much excitement here as any but he’s slowe growing
Really good built calf that I should have way up in the order. He is square, sound, good looking, and should be good haired. If I was smart enough to count and not lose track, he would be way up in the sale. He will feed well, I think. Has a little bump in his chin and had a small lump, but it is resolved I think. He should get better but it is noticeable.
Found this one at my neighbors, the Caswell’s, and she is really good. Soft, big middle, square, sound, and furry. She is TH free by pedigree. I think she’ll make a good show heifer and these NGNG females might just end up making cows.
This more moderate, white footed heifer is a full sibling to the market heifer that Brock showed a couple years ago and one that went to Iowa last year that had huge potential but we lost touch with. The one Brock showed was a stud. This one is sound, flexible, and good bodied. Nice heifer that was not into the picture pen experience.
A little different deal here. A purebred angus heifer who is out of an old cow we bought for our kids. The heifer is good footed, sound, and flexible as you will find. She has a cool build and super easy to look at. Good fronted, really swoopy, and cowy in her middle body. We can get papers on her if you need them.
This cute little red head is built awesome. She is good legged and has a really good middle body shape for a younger one. She is feminine and angular up front and still has some substance. Natural calf out of my good 3324 donor.
This is a striking painted up slice of heifer heaven here. She is good built, has presence, look, and still has a ton of power and mass. Cool colored and as hairy as they come. Better gobble this one up.