Calves Coming in 2016 by these Junior Herd Sires

ZRP Rito 106

A son of our “8296” Bull out of the mother of ZRP Eliminator 008 also listed on this website.  We AI’d him to our “813” and “911” daughters and then turned him out to clean up those same cows.  We also AI’d 120 commercial cows to him.  After seeing his first calf heifers and yearling bulls at Jeff Younkin’s, we bought possession of him.  As much as I like the daughters of his sire I believe the “106” daughter could be even better.  There is also a high likelihood that he is going to sire less birth weight than his […]

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CAR Trendsetter “296”

“296” is a bull we purchased in 2003 from Connelly Angus at Valier, MT.  We used him AI to get more of his daughters back in the herd as they are exactly the kind we strive to produce.  “296” daughters are correct with excellent feet, udders, and quiet dispositions with excellent fertility and longevity.  He is linebred to AAR NEW Trend and his pedigree is full of the foundation matriarchs in the Connelly breeding program.  “296” daughters are the “don’t miss” kind as he is an extremely consistent sire of both sons and daughters.

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Claybrook Rito Band “5000”

Purchased from Claybrook Farms at Covington, Tennessee as a 4-year-old bull, “5000” is another bull we used via AI to get his daughters back into the herd.  “5000” was very thick, deep bodied, and easy fleshing.  His disposition was such that you could walk him into a stock trailer out in the breeding pasture without the aid of corrals or panels.  He consistently stamped his calves in his own likeness.  Along with moderate birthweights, “5000” will sire moderate-framed, easy-fleshing sons and daughters.  We look forward to putting his positive influence back into our herd.

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A Bar Archive 454

We purchased “Archive” at the Midland Bull Test sale in 2015 in partnership with Littau Angus at Carter, South Dakota.  His dam is also the maternal granddam to our Juneau “110” Bull on this website.  His pedigree is full of maternal giants in the breed, including Rito 054, Rainmaker 340, Traveler 124 and Miss Wix 365 of McCumber.  “Archive” is structurally correct, with perfect feet and leg structure.  He is long bodied, long hipped, tight sheathed with a big scrotal.  We used him as a cleanup bull on our 8296 daughters as well as the ET daughters of our 34 […]

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J Bob Wandering Creek 336

“336” is a son of the Canadian-bred Wandering Creek Dynasty JRM 2F bull and out of a F0203 daughter from the famed Delia Cow family at Sam Wylie’s Octoraro herd in Pennsylvania.  We used him to clean up a group of our registered heifers after AI.  He is sound and structurally correct in every way.  Wide based, wide topped, and thick would best describe his phenotype.  “336” represents foundation Angus genetic and we are excited to see his calves due to arrive this spring.

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Marvolishis of Volga 1467

We purchased this bull from Cotton Angus at Volga, South Dakota because of his unique pedigree, individual performance and strong production record of his dam and granddam.  His mother is a deep ribbed, wedge shaped female with a near perfect udder structure.  “Marv” as we call him is a straight topped, long bodied bull who is very structurally correct.  He exhibits sound feet and a wide base.  We used him as a clean up bull on a select group of cows to inject the Wye influence that has had such a positive maternal influence on the breed.

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