Spear J Red Angus Private Treaty

Spear J Red Angus Private Treaty

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April 09, 2021
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Jordan, MT

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private treaty bulls are listed below

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Name 1Lot#Sex / GroupNotes
SJRA R686 CHARGE 002002Price: $3,500.00A bigger statured bull; long as a well rope and loaded with growth. Look at those composite economic traits; top 4% Pro$ and 9% GM. The mother is more of a medium frame cow with a well structured udder and a good base. She pushes growth and marbling traits. Dam 0056: born 2010, MPPA 101, BW range 69-97, ave ratios NR 102 YR 106 IMF 132 REA 91. Her notable EPDs: Pro$ 163 2%, HB 107 8%, GM 56 10%, ADG 0.29 7%, ST 22 3%, CW 34 6%. The 8026 / 2476 cow line shows up a few times and they were female producing, growth pushing cows.
WHY V601 WESTERLY 004004Price: $3,000.00These twins are as similar as I have seen in terms of phenotype. They are jet level down the top and run uphill in the front which opens up that clean front for freedom of movement. This is the one that was raised on the birth dam. Dam 1018: born 2011, MPPA 98, BW range is a big window without the twin considerations, ave ratios NR 97 YR 105 IMF 109 REA 97. The cow line originated out of Forster Red Angus, Richardton ND.
WHY V601 WESTWARD 005005Price: $3,000.00Almost a mirror image of his birth mate; this one was raised on a commercial cow. These scamps both exhibit a larger frame and a clean, tight front. These are cows that had some staying power; this is a third generation cow over a 21 year span. They are all moderate framed, long topped and deep hipped cows that stayed around and did their job.
SJRA 5125 CIRCUIT 006006Price: $3,500.00Circuit is a larger framed bull than we usually get from 5125. He is square hipped and level down the top, with a clean body profile. Oh, and the nice cherry red that is popular. His mother has some size to her and is extremely broody, and she milks well; very indicative of the Turbo daughters. Dam 1022: born 2011, MPPA 103, BW range 67-98, ave ratios NR 103 YR 104 IMF 97 REA 103. This is a growth pushing cow line. The Gold Queen 567 cow, MGGD to this bull, is the mother to the Trailblazer bull that sired several of the dams you will see in here.
SJRA V719 DESIGN 008008Price: $3,000.00A bull that shows some stature and extension throughout; nice fill through the rib and flank. The calving ease numbers are strong, as are the rest of the maternal traits. MGS Relentless, quietly produced a fleet of these larger framed, long-spined, angular cows for us. They have big, solid feet and legs and ample udders. You will find several of them in these bull pedi-grees. Dam 2002: born 2012, MPPA 102, BW range 65-87, ave ratios NR 103 YR 98 IMF 80 REA 104. Her notable EPDs; HB 102 13%, BW –3.4 18%, Milk 30 14%, ST 19 15%, YG –0.06 6%, REA 0.21 18%. The cow family is noted for moderate frames, and clean, feminine lines.
SJRA V719 PLAN 013013Price: $2,750.00A more moderate structured bull. Smooth through the front with clean, strong top. The dam is a well structured, moderate framed cow, with a great udder and strong feet and legs: Dam 2026; born 2012, MPPA 97, BW range 64-91 (typically 60s-70s), ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 99 REA 102. She was born at 67# and managed to pace with the average for weaning and yearling. She has maintained an average calving window of 367 days. Seven generations of this cow family that have stayed the course, including 4611 who produced into her ‘teens’!
SJRA G703 LATITUDE 016016Price: $2,750.00Good length with smooth lines with moderate frame and a calving ease look. The dam is lighter structured with good udder attachment and suspension for an older cow. Dam 2623; born 2012, MPPA 100, BW range 72-95 (typically 70s to low 80s), ave ratios NR 100, YR 97, IMF 121, REA 93.
SJRA R863 EDVARD 020020Price: $3,000.00This is one big, deep, stout bull with phenomenal growth numbers. There is some power in this one and he is getting it from both sides of the pedigree. The dam is a powerful, stout cow that carries more muscle than most as well. Her WW YW and ADG EPDs are at the top 3% of the breed. Dam 3046: born 2013, MPPA 99, BW range 67-105, ave ratios NR 99 YR 110 IMF 95 REA 101. The growth genetics run deep in this cow line.
SJRA 5125 MARK 030030Price: $2,750.00One of the smaller framed bulls in the pen, but packing plenty of dimension. A nice heifer bull prospect. The mother is a smooth fronted, stylish cow with medium frame and a solid udder score. She has solid growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 6004: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 65-80, ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 109 REA 91. If you track back one more cow on the bottom side, you find Gold Queen 567 as MGGD.
SJRA R686 AFFIRM 031031Price: $3,000.00 - Retest 5/3/21Here is a 686 son that drops a little of the frame, but holds the clean, smooth shape. The dam is a smaller cow with nice fill through the rib and flank. She is solid in her growth indicators. Dam 6006: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 60-91, ave ratios NR 98 YR 103 IMF 92 REA 96. This cow is a direct 10th generation descendant of a Spear J foundation cow.
SJRA 5125 CABLE 037037Price: $2,750.00One of the smaller, young aged bulls in the offering, but with a decent shape to him. The dam is long down the top and has some good dimension to her. Dam 7018: born 2017, MPPA 103, BW range 72-85, ave ratios NR 106 YR 92 IMF 110 REA 98. She posts respect-able growth EPDs with strong MILK and STAY. The MGD is a deep ribbed cow with a strong, but ample udder. Same cow line as Bull 001
SJRA 5125 SCORE 038038Price: $2,750.00Another young aged calf; I feel a bit of maturity would look good on this one. Real clean lines. This young cow is clean through the front and has a bit of size to her. The MGD is a meaty, stretchy cow. Dam 7021: born 2017, MPPA 99, BW range 73-90, ave ratios NR 99 YR 96 IMF 77 REA 98. She hits the top 25% for HB WW YW STAY & REA. This dam is one generation farther out in the exact same cow line as Bull 036.
SJRA R837 FLORIAN 039039Price: $3,500.00Nearly all of these 837 sons exhibit a long, wide top and a full rectangular profile. This one posted some good performance numbers as well. Please note that I did put in actual BW as well as adjusted so that you get a feel for where they were really at. The shape is good and some of that BW is coming from the sheer length. If you look at the sire, you will see that he is not a rugged built animal either. The Legend daughters were a bit legendary and we retained quite a few of them. This 8002 heifer sits in the top 15% for growth traits and 8% for REA. This cow line is noted for tight, clean fronts, expansive rib shape, and full udders.
SJRA R837 FRANZ 041041Price: $3,000.00Built to be a calving ease type bull. The BW is there and the EPDs are in an acceptable range. The 4047 daughters are long, sleek cattle with great extension down the top and through the front. The MGGD , 8022, is age 13 this spring and we will hope for another heifer calf to bolster the stayability of the line; she has 4 daughters in herd now. At her age, her calving interval is 368 days, Ave NR 102, Ave YR 104, and MPPA 102, and she summered in the best shape of her life last year. The young cow here is 9th generation of a line that has produced over 800 head in our registered cow herd, not counting the influence of herd bulls that we have used from this cow line.
SJRA R837 FELIX 043043Price: $3,500.00Another high performance effort from a first calf heifer. The growth numbers are pretty im-pressive here. The shape and expression of these 837 calves is the most uniform I have seen in a sire group of calves; it will be interesting to see how they look on mature cows. Of course there is some powerful performance in the cow side with the dam of Bull 012 as MGD. The dam of this lot, 8015, is ranking in the top 6% for WW and YW and 7% for ADG.
SJRA S831 JOURNEY 044044Price: $4,000.00 - Retest 5/3/21This little wild card bet turned out okay. I used this 831 bull as a back up plan for my corral breeding project and it clicked pretty good here. This bull has great shape and dimension, as well as good extension. The EPDs are pretty impressive as well. This young cow really did a job and I see a lot of her sire in this bull. Her mother is a favorite with the management around our outfit. This cow family ties back to Bull 034.

002

SJRA R686 CHARGE 002

A bigger statured bull; long as a well rope and loaded with growth. Look at those composite economic traits; top 4% Pro$ and 9% GM. The mother is more of a medium frame cow with a well structured udder and a good base. She pushes growth and marbling traits. Dam 0056: born 2010, MPPA 101, BW range 69-97, ave ratios NR 102 YR 106 IMF 132 REA 91. Her notable EPDs: Pro$ 163 2%, HB 107 8%, GM 56 10%, ADG 0.29 7%, ST 22 3%, CW 34 6%. The 8026 / 2476 cow line shows up a few times and they were female producing, growth pushing cows.

004

WHY V601 WESTERLY 004

These twins are as similar as I have seen in terms of phenotype. They are jet level down the top and run uphill in the front which opens up that clean front for freedom of movement. This is the one that was raised on the birth dam. Dam 1018: born 2011, MPPA 98, BW range is a big window without the twin considerations, ave ratios NR 97 YR 105 IMF 109 REA 97. The cow line originated out of Forster Red Angus, Richardton ND.

005

WHY V601 WESTWARD 005

Almost a mirror image of his birth mate; this one was raised on a commercial cow. These scamps both exhibit a larger frame and a clean, tight front. These are cows that had some staying power; this is a third generation cow over a 21 year span. They are all moderate framed, long topped and deep hipped cows that stayed around and did their job.

006

SJRA 5125 CIRCUIT 006

Circuit is a larger framed bull than we usually get from 5125. He is square hipped and level down the top, with a clean body profile. Oh, and the nice cherry red that is popular. His mother has some size to her and is extremely broody, and she milks well; very indicative of the Turbo daughters. Dam 1022: born 2011, MPPA 103, BW range 67-98, ave ratios NR 103 YR 104 IMF 97 REA 103. This is a growth pushing cow line. The Gold Queen 567 cow, MGGD to this bull, is the mother to the Trailblazer bull that sired several of the dams you will see in here.

008

SJRA V719 DESIGN 008

A bull that shows some stature and extension throughout; nice fill through the rib and flank. The calving ease numbers are strong, as are the rest of the maternal traits. MGS Relentless, quietly produced a fleet of these larger framed, long-spined, angular cows for us. They have big, solid feet and legs and ample udders. You will find several of them in these bull pedi-grees. Dam 2002: born 2012, MPPA 102, BW range 65-87, ave ratios NR 103 YR 98 IMF 80 REA 104. Her notable EPDs; HB 102 13%, BW –3.4 18%, Milk 30 14%, ST 19 15%, YG –0.06 6%, REA 0.21 18%. The cow family is noted for moderate frames, and clean, feminine lines.

013

SJRA V719 PLAN 013

A more moderate structured bull. Smooth through the front with clean, strong top. The dam is a well structured, moderate framed cow, with a great udder and strong feet and legs: Dam 2026; born 2012, MPPA 97, BW range 64-91 (typically 60s-70s), ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 99 REA 102. She was born at 67# and managed to pace with the average for weaning and yearling. She has maintained an average calving window of 367 days. Seven generations of this cow family that have stayed the course, including 4611 who produced into her ‘teens’!

016

SJRA G703 LATITUDE 016

Good length with smooth lines with moderate frame and a calving ease look. The dam is lighter structured with good udder attachment and suspension for an older cow. Dam 2623; born 2012, MPPA 100, BW range 72-95 (typically 70s to low 80s), ave ratios NR 100, YR 97, IMF 121, REA 93.

020

SJRA R863 EDVARD 020

This is one big, deep, stout bull with phenomenal growth numbers. There is some power in this one and he is getting it from both sides of the pedigree. The dam is a powerful, stout cow that carries more muscle than most as well. Her WW YW and ADG EPDs are at the top 3% of the breed. Dam 3046: born 2013, MPPA 99, BW range 67-105, ave ratios NR 99 YR 110 IMF 95 REA 101. The growth genetics run deep in this cow line.

030

SJRA 5125 MARK 030

One of the smaller framed bulls in the pen, but packing plenty of dimension. A nice heifer bull prospect. The mother is a smooth fronted, stylish cow with medium frame and a solid udder score. She has solid growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 6004: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 65-80, ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 109 REA 91. If you track back one more cow on the bottom side, you find Gold Queen 567 as MGGD.

031

SJRA R686 AFFIRM 031

Here is a 686 son that drops a little of the frame, but holds the clean, smooth shape. The dam is a smaller cow with nice fill through the rib and flank. She is solid in her growth indicators. Dam 6006: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 60-91, ave ratios NR 98 YR 103 IMF 92 REA 96. This cow is a direct 10th generation descendant of a Spear J foundation cow.

037

SJRA 5125 CABLE 037

One of the smaller, young aged bulls in the offering, but with a decent shape to him. The dam is long down the top and has some good dimension to her. Dam 7018: born 2017, MPPA 103, BW range 72-85, ave ratios NR 106 YR 92 IMF 110 REA 98. She posts respect-able growth EPDs with strong MILK and STAY. The MGD is a deep ribbed cow with a strong, but ample udder. Same cow line as Bull 001

038

SJRA 5125 SCORE 038

Another young aged calf; I feel a bit of maturity would look good on this one. Real clean lines. This young cow is clean through the front and has a bit of size to her. The MGD is a meaty, stretchy cow. Dam 7021: born 2017, MPPA 99, BW range 73-90, ave ratios NR 99 YR 96 IMF 77 REA 98. She hits the top 25% for HB WW YW STAY & REA. This dam is one generation farther out in the exact same cow line as Bull 036.

039

SJRA R837 FLORIAN 039

Nearly all of these 837 sons exhibit a long, wide top and a full rectangular profile. This one posted some good performance numbers as well. Please note that I did put in actual BW as well as adjusted so that you get a feel for where they were really at. The shape is good and some of that BW is coming from the sheer length. If you look at the sire, you will see that he is not a rugged built animal either. The Legend daughters were a bit legendary and we retained quite a few of them. This 8002 heifer sits in the top 15% for growth traits and 8% for REA. This cow line is noted for tight, clean fronts, expansive rib shape, and full udders.

041

SJRA R837 FRANZ 041

Built to be a calving ease type bull. The BW is there and the EPDs are in an acceptable range. The 4047 daughters are long, sleek cattle with great extension down the top and through the front. The MGGD , 8022, is age 13 this spring and we will hope for another heifer calf to bolster the stayability of the line; she has 4 daughters in herd now. At her age, her calving interval is 368 days, Ave NR 102, Ave YR 104, and MPPA 102, and she summered in the best shape of her life last year. The young cow here is 9th generation of a line that has produced over 800 head in our registered cow herd, not counting the influence of herd bulls that we have used from this cow line.

043

SJRA R837 FELIX 043

Another high performance effort from a first calf heifer. The growth numbers are pretty im-pressive here. The shape and expression of these 837 calves is the most uniform I have seen in a sire group of calves; it will be interesting to see how they look on mature cows. Of course there is some powerful performance in the cow side with the dam of Bull 012 as MGD. The dam of this lot, 8015, is ranking in the top 6% for WW and YW and 7% for ADG.

044

SJRA S831 JOURNEY 044

This little wild card bet turned out okay. I used this 831 bull as a back up plan for my corral breeding project and it clicked pretty good here. This bull has great shape and dimension, as well as good extension. The EPDs are pretty impressive as well. This young cow really did a job and I see a lot of her sire in this bull. Her mother is a favorite with the management around our outfit. This cow family ties back to Bull 034.

002

SJRA R686 CHARGE 002

A bigger statured bull; long as a well rope and loaded with growth. Look at those composite economic traits; top 4% Pro$ and 9% GM. The mother is more of a medium frame cow with a well structured udder and a good base. She pushes growth and marbling traits. Dam 0056: born 2010, MPPA 101, BW range 69-97, ave ratios NR 102 YR 106 IMF 132 REA 91. Her notable EPDs: Pro$ 163 2%, HB 107 8%, GM 56 10%, ADG 0.29 7%, ST 22 3%, CW 34 6%. The 8026 / 2476 cow line shows up a few times and they were female producing, growth pushing cows.

004

WHY V601 WESTERLY 004

These twins are as similar as I have seen in terms of phenotype. They are jet level down the top and run uphill in the front which opens up that clean front for freedom of movement. This is the one that was raised on the birth dam. Dam 1018: born 2011, MPPA 98, BW range is a big window without the twin considerations, ave ratios NR 97 YR 105 IMF 109 REA 97. The cow line originated out of Forster Red Angus, Richardton ND.

005

WHY V601 WESTWARD 005

Almost a mirror image of his birth mate; this one was raised on a commercial cow. These scamps both exhibit a larger frame and a clean, tight front. These are cows that had some staying power; this is a third generation cow over a 21 year span. They are all moderate framed, long topped and deep hipped cows that stayed around and did their job.

006

SJRA 5125 CIRCUIT 006

Circuit is a larger framed bull than we usually get from 5125. He is square hipped and level down the top, with a clean body profile. Oh, and the nice cherry red that is popular. His mother has some size to her and is extremely broody, and she milks well; very indicative of the Turbo daughters. Dam 1022: born 2011, MPPA 103, BW range 67-98, ave ratios NR 103 YR 104 IMF 97 REA 103. This is a growth pushing cow line. The Gold Queen 567 cow, MGGD to this bull, is the mother to the Trailblazer bull that sired several of the dams you will see in here.

008

SJRA V719 DESIGN 008

A bull that shows some stature and extension throughout; nice fill through the rib and flank. The calving ease numbers are strong, as are the rest of the maternal traits. MGS Relentless, quietly produced a fleet of these larger framed, long-spined, angular cows for us. They have big, solid feet and legs and ample udders. You will find several of them in these bull pedi-grees. Dam 2002: born 2012, MPPA 102, BW range 65-87, ave ratios NR 103 YR 98 IMF 80 REA 104. Her notable EPDs; HB 102 13%, BW –3.4 18%, Milk 30 14%, ST 19 15%, YG –0.06 6%, REA 0.21 18%. The cow family is noted for moderate frames, and clean, feminine lines.

013

SJRA V719 PLAN 013

A more moderate structured bull. Smooth through the front with clean, strong top. The dam is a well structured, moderate framed cow, with a great udder and strong feet and legs: Dam 2026; born 2012, MPPA 97, BW range 64-91 (typically 60s-70s), ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 99 REA 102. She was born at 67# and managed to pace with the average for weaning and yearling. She has maintained an average calving window of 367 days. Seven generations of this cow family that have stayed the course, including 4611 who produced into her ‘teens’!

016

SJRA G703 LATITUDE 016

Good length with smooth lines with moderate frame and a calving ease look. The dam is lighter structured with good udder attachment and suspension for an older cow. Dam 2623; born 2012, MPPA 100, BW range 72-95 (typically 70s to low 80s), ave ratios NR 100, YR 97, IMF 121, REA 93.

020

SJRA R863 EDVARD 020

This is one big, deep, stout bull with phenomenal growth numbers. There is some power in this one and he is getting it from both sides of the pedigree. The dam is a powerful, stout cow that carries more muscle than most as well. Her WW YW and ADG EPDs are at the top 3% of the breed. Dam 3046: born 2013, MPPA 99, BW range 67-105, ave ratios NR 99 YR 110 IMF 95 REA 101. The growth genetics run deep in this cow line.

030

SJRA 5125 MARK 030

One of the smaller framed bulls in the pen, but packing plenty of dimension. A nice heifer bull prospect. The mother is a smooth fronted, stylish cow with medium frame and a solid udder score. She has solid growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 6004: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 65-80, ave ratios NR 96 YR 95 IMF 109 REA 91. If you track back one more cow on the bottom side, you find Gold Queen 567 as MGGD.

031

SJRA R686 AFFIRM 031

Here is a 686 son that drops a little of the frame, but holds the clean, smooth shape. The dam is a smaller cow with nice fill through the rib and flank. She is solid in her growth indicators. Dam 6006: born 2016, MPPA 98, BW range 60-91, ave ratios NR 98 YR 103 IMF 92 REA 96. This cow is a direct 10th generation descendant of a Spear J foundation cow.

037

SJRA 5125 CABLE 037

One of the smaller, young aged bulls in the offering, but with a decent shape to him. The dam is long down the top and has some good dimension to her. Dam 7018: born 2017, MPPA 103, BW range 72-85, ave ratios NR 106 YR 92 IMF 110 REA 98. She posts respect-able growth EPDs with strong MILK and STAY. The MGD is a deep ribbed cow with a strong, but ample udder. Same cow line as Bull 001

038

SJRA 5125 SCORE 038

Another young aged calf; I feel a bit of maturity would look good on this one. Real clean lines. This young cow is clean through the front and has a bit of size to her. The MGD is a meaty, stretchy cow. Dam 7021: born 2017, MPPA 99, BW range 73-90, ave ratios NR 99 YR 96 IMF 77 REA 98. She hits the top 25% for HB WW YW STAY & REA. This dam is one generation farther out in the exact same cow line as Bull 036.

039

SJRA R837 FLORIAN 039

Nearly all of these 837 sons exhibit a long, wide top and a full rectangular profile. This one posted some good performance numbers as well. Please note that I did put in actual BW as well as adjusted so that you get a feel for where they were really at. The shape is good and some of that BW is coming from the sheer length. If you look at the sire, you will see that he is not a rugged built animal either. The Legend daughters were a bit legendary and we retained quite a few of them. This 8002 heifer sits in the top 15% for growth traits and 8% for REA. This cow line is noted for tight, clean fronts, expansive rib shape, and full udders.

041

SJRA R837 FRANZ 041

Built to be a calving ease type bull. The BW is there and the EPDs are in an acceptable range. The 4047 daughters are long, sleek cattle with great extension down the top and through the front. The MGGD , 8022, is age 13 this spring and we will hope for another heifer calf to bolster the stayability of the line; she has 4 daughters in herd now. At her age, her calving interval is 368 days, Ave NR 102, Ave YR 104, and MPPA 102, and she summered in the best shape of her life last year. The young cow here is 9th generation of a line that has produced over 800 head in our registered cow herd, not counting the influence of herd bulls that we have used from this cow line.

043

SJRA R837 FELIX 043

Another high performance effort from a first calf heifer. The growth numbers are pretty im-pressive here. The shape and expression of these 837 calves is the most uniform I have seen in a sire group of calves; it will be interesting to see how they look on mature cows. Of course there is some powerful performance in the cow side with the dam of Bull 012 as MGD. The dam of this lot, 8015, is ranking in the top 6% for WW and YW and 7% for ADG.

044

SJRA S831 JOURNEY 044

This little wild card bet turned out okay. I used this 831 bull as a back up plan for my corral breeding project and it clicked pretty good here. This bull has great shape and dimension, as well as good extension. The EPDs are pretty impressive as well. This young cow really did a job and I see a lot of her sire in this bull. Her mother is a favorite with the management around our outfit. This cow family ties back to Bull 034.


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