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SJRA 9080 CHRONOS 101101Red Angus BullIf longevity and maternal traits are important to your program, then this bull is certainly worth your consideration. Not too many cows get to hang around in our environment as long as the dam of this bull. With HerdBuilder at 6%, Stayability at 1% and Milk in the upper 44%; this bull should produce some good females; and he is performing in the growth traits as well. His dam is a large frame, lengthy, easy-moving cow with excellent feet and a good quality udder. Her calves have averaged 82# at birth, with an average NR of 102; previous bulls averaged 107 for YR. She comes from a line of deep ribbed, easy fleshing cows that stick around.
SJRA 719 BOURNE 102102Red Angus BullAlso one to consider when looking to build on maternal strength; HB 7%, Milk 16%, ST 5%. He also indicates balance in the carcass traits. Dam 9008 holds a 22 for ST (4%). These 671 daughters carried outstanding length, great udder structure and solid feet. Her calves have averaged 105 for NR, 113 for IMF Ratio and 117 for BF Ratio; which speaks to the fleshing ability of the line. When these old cows can continue to produce calves that consistently perform above average, they are worth taking note of. MGD 1395 produced high perfor-mance calves: her averages NR 105 YR 106 BF 111 REA 106.
SJRA 719 INTENT 103103Red Angus BullModerate frame, wide top, thick quarter, easy fleshing are all good descriptors for this bull. The pattern of these Bourne calves is pretty consistent in the group. This cow and calf thrived despite the sparse pasture; she held condition better than most of the aged cows here. She is structurally sound with that deep ribbed, brood cow look that came with the Turbo cows. Her calves consistently perform well above average, posting average NR and YR of 104. Past bulls have done well for REA as well.
SJRA 719 RESOLVE 104104Red Angus BullA real beef type bull; great length and great thickness throughout. He ranked 4th in his group for weaning and yearling weights. The moderate BW is strong in the cow line; as is the strength in WW and YW. The dam is a beef type cow as well; deep through the hip and rib, and easy fleshing. She was a top performer in her own right with a NR of 109 and YR of 107.
SJRA 9080 ARES 105105Red Angus BullA bigger statured bull, following along with the phenotype of the sire and dam. The type that should keep the growth strong in his progeny. Past bullS from this dam have posted strong ribeye numbers; speaking to the musculature of the line. Exceptional length and femininity runs in the cow line; though the back line is more moderate in frame.
SJRA 719 PURPOSE 106106Red Angus BullThe performance in this cow line, stacked with the carcass merit of Bourne, produces a bull with some powerhouse potential. A long, strong topped bull with good muscle and some frame size; the kind that makes feeder calves. The 2006 dam consistently puts out this kind. Her production averages show ave NR 109, ave YR 106 and ave IMF 105. She produces at this level while maintaining a 365 day calving interval. She is moderate of frame and main-tains a great udder structure. The cow family is stacked with this type of females.
SJRA 9080 ZEUS 107107Red Angus BullA moderate frame bull that has great depth and width of quarter. ST at 2% and HB at 4% pulls in the longevity of cow families from both sides of the pedigree. Dam 2008 is a strong topped, moderate frame cow with all the characteristics that make cows last in our environ-ment. She is consistently light BW. Notable EPDs on this cow: ProS 116(12%), HB 98 (3%), HPG 15 (9%), ST 21 (15%); all great maternal traits. When you look at the MGD, those numbers only get better; ProS 131, HB 107, HPG 15, ST 22.
SJRA 9080 POSEIDON 108108Red Angus BullModerate frame and structure, light BW, and respectable growth numbers. This bull did some catching up on feed. It is interesting to see how many of these 935 daughters are still with us and how strong the growth merit is in his numbers. MGD was a soggy, good footed cow that was known for producing the same type.
SJRA 719 RESOLUTE 109109Red Angus BullThis bull shows some of the most well balanced EPDs in the offering. He is taking a bit of a bum wrap on the DME and ME numbers because he is not a big frame, feed hog. He is likely a 5.0 to 5.5 frame with a tremendous amount of thickness and density. If you like a good, soggy bull, you will find this one. Also, the carcass merit is strong. I feel this Dam 2029 is phenotypically ideal; deep rib, deep hip, strong udder, great feet. She consistently births in the mid-80’s with ave NR 102 and ave YR 103.
SJRA 863 EPIC 110110Red Angus BullA very eye appealing bull. Long and strong down the top, great rib expanse, thickness and depth through the quarter. The #1 NR and #2 YR calf in his group. A great beef bull type and not necessarily a heifer bull type, but the cow history shows moderation in the calving ease. Dam 3022 is one of those cows that I have always liked for her exceptional length and femininity. She also typically pushes some ribeye to her progeny. The cow line is stacked with strong performance, high production cows.
SJRA 837 CHINOOK 111111Red Angus BullA +frame bull with a strong top and the length and angularity to produce nice females. Dark color points and a gentle disposition. This is the bull that is always first in line at the gate for feed. Dam 3052 is a larger frame cow that is clean through the front and feminine in her type. This cow ranks in the top 35% or better for all three economic indexes; ProS, HB & ST. Her sire has ProS index of 125 (9%) and HB index of 76 (13%). This cow family also has LOT 115 and LOT 132
WHY 719 JAYSO 112112Red Angus BullA bull that exhibits the phenotype that makes smooth, clean females; evidenced by that strong HB EPD. Dam 4004 carries the characteristics of the maternal line here; growth genetics, leaders in economic indexes, marbling in the progeny, and clean made females. She is backed by a dam with HB in the top 1% and MGD with HB in the top 2%.
SJRA 837 EQUITY 113113Red Angus BullA sure fire heifer bull type; light BW, moderate frame, clean front, light bone. One of the pasture favorites all summer. He has a great natural thickness throughout that gives him some great dimension. Dam 4006 is a smooth, clean, deep, long cow. She travels on a strong base and comes from a line of ample uddered cows. Her Calving Ease EPD’s are strong and BW range is 72-83# on all calves. She also ranks in the top 10% for HB. Her 2019 bull is performing well for his Iowa owners. We also used a maternal brother to 4006 in our commercial herd for several years.
SJRA 719 FOCUS 114114Red Angus BullAn eye appealing bull that carries the deep rib and hip of his dam; and the thickness and moderate frame of his sire. Strong HB at 10% and ST at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have birthed from 65 to 82#. Dam 4024 is the easy fleshing type; an easy moving cow that milks well also. Her ST is in the top 1%.
SJRA 837 JURIS 116116Red Angus BullThis bull shows great depth and width of hip on a larger frame stature. He is strong and wide down the top as well. He is #1 for YW in his group. Note that his HB is in the top 5% and ST is at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have been 78# and smaller; the sire’s calving ease numbers are all top 7% or better. The cow line leans to good performance type cattle. They are also the Herd Builder type; 5003 posts HB at 91 (4%) and ST at 23 (1%). MGD 6026 posts HB at 105 (1%) and ST at 25 (1%). Dam 5003 is a structurally balanced cow with a nice rectangular profile and strong udder structure.
SJRA 719 EARNEST 117117Red Angus BullModerate in his size and frame, this is the type of bull that will sire those clean fronted, femi-nine females that make refined looking cows. The carcass merit runs in the cow line and is enhanced by the 719 cross on this cow. Dam 5005 keeps the BW light with an average of 75#, and she pushes some MB with an ave ratio of 115. Maternal sister 6003 has LOT 123. MGD 7015 was a notable producer of females with performance, and bulls with good REA.
SJRA 719 AIM 118118Red Angus BullA moderately made bull that hits no extremes, but holds nice balance across the board on EPDs. A nice heifer bull prospect from a cow that keeps them consistently light BW. Dam 5006 is a stout cow on a solid base. She holds good carcass EPDs and pushes some growth; Ave WR 101, Ave YR 104, Ave IMF 113, CW at 15% of the breed. The cow line behind her are moderate, feminine cows with quality udder structure and strong performance history.
SJRA 837 DESIGN 119119Red Angus BullA big bodied, dark red bull that checks off the beef bull boxes. #2 for WW and #1 for YW in his group. These bigger framed growth bulls are a little harder to find out there these days, in a world of breeding for moderation of size in the quest for greater efficiency. Dam 5011 pushes strong growth with ave WR 106 and ave YR 111. Carcass history on her progeny is good as well. Her first calf heifer had a top end heifer calf last summer as well.
SJRA 9080 HERMES 120120Red Angus BullThese 9080 sons appear to have some strong growth genetics. They also have some frame and dimension. This one is backed with some great maternal traits as well. Dam 5013 is a deep ribbed, deep hipped cow that holds condition well. This cow family produces the keeper type of females. We have two daughters from this cow in production, one with a daughter in the offering. MGD 8026 has two more daughters producing for us.
SJRA 719 POINT 121121Red Angus BullA small frame, sleep all night, heifer bull prospect. Nice thickness through the quarter and an easy fleshing type. A bull that has been on the bloom all winter; it seems he has utilized his feed pretty well. The Saga/Epic side of the cow pedigree brings some growth genetics to the deal. Dam 5030 consistently produces light BW; the range is 68-81# on all calves. She is a clean fronted cow with light bone structure; and she milks well. MGD 3031 is a favorite of mine. A very feminine, medium frame cow that puts a real attractive shape on a calf.
SJRA 719 MARK 122122Red Angus BullA bigger frame bull with a nice, rectangular profile; shaped much like his dam. He has a well balanced look from end to end. He exhibits solid maternal and carcass EPDs. Dam 5218 is a phenotypically balanced cow; good depth through the rib and hip. She moves on a strong base and has a well structured udder. She is backed by one of those nice 935 daughters.
SJRA 9080 APOLLO 123123Red Angus BullNice frame and structure in this cow bull. He is long and strong down the top; and he is well muscled too. Kind of an eye catcher in the pen. A nice combination of growth, carcass and maternal. Same cow family as LOT 117. Dam 6003 is shining as a cow that puts some nice growth and carcass in her progeny; her other sale bull posted positive numbers for MB and REA as well as having some fleshing ability.
SJRA 837 OBJECTIVE 124124Red Angus BullMedium+ frame with great dimension and structure; he has that complete look Nice calving ease numbers; supported by an average BW of 71# on calves from this cow. Dam 6005 has 2 daughters in production already which is somewhat impressive when you consider that we only keep about 40% of the heifer calves each year. MGD 8046 was what I would call a fancy cow; excellent phenotype, solid structure, great milk production..
SJRA 9080 BACCHUS 125125Red Angus BullThese 9080 sons tend to have a little more size and growth than the rest of the pen; no exception here. There is calving ease from the cow side; her BW range is 72-80#. The cow family is loaded with feminine, moderately sized cows that have super udder quality and great feet. MGD 0011 was a favorite cow for her phenotype and mothering ability.
SJRA 837 INTEGRITY126Red Angus BullNice stretch on a medium + frame bull; good depth of rib and quarter. This young dam is proving herself to be a strong production cow with every average production ratio being over 100; including all the carcass numbers. To top it off, she is just a really nicely put together cow! MGGD 8046 shows up three times here in the span of 4 LOTS; 124, 126 & 128. That speaks to the integrity of the cow line.
SJRA 9080 PLUTO 128128Red Angus BullA bull that pulls in some of that frame from the sire and combines light BW with some good growth. Add in the HB at 6% and there should be some good maternal push as well. How many cows calve within a span of 4 days over 3 years? How many cows calve within 7# of BW on 3 calves? Yep, the NR has very little spread as well. These are the kind of cows that stick around and build a herd. This is the third bull in the offering from the 8046 cow line.
SJRA 837 JUSTICE 129129Red Angus BullOne of the bigger framed bulls with good muscling. Great HB and calving ease numbers. Dam 7007 is a moderate frame, deep bodied cow that birthed at 72# and weaned at 741#. MGD 9003; these Laubach Turbo 710 cows were big, soggy bodied cows with clean fronts and lots of milk.
SJRA 703 FREEDOM 130130Red Angus BullNice spread in the numbers here! #2 for WW and YW in his group. Great strength in the economic traits, ProS 10% and HB 10%. A bigger frame type 703 calf with good dimension. Here is a young cow that is doing her job pretty darn good with that 109 MPPA; as well as being a top performer in her own right. Her roots are deep, 8th generation of this cow line. MGD 0041 is a strong maternal cow; MPPA 106, MK 35(3%), ST 24 (1%), HB 90 (6%). PROS 117 (11%) Yep, we kept her 2021 heifer calf too, and she is bred back to calve at age 12.
WHY 703 FORAGER 131131Red Angus BullThe two primary reasons this bull is here… that nice light BW and the sheer dimension of his phenotype. Those economic traits in the top 10-35% of the breed, don’t hurt him either. He is a small frame bull, probably 4.5, that is loaded with muscle. Pound for pound, he is one meaty looking bull. His dam, 8020, is a small frame cow that is loaded the same way. The cows behind her are bigger framed cows of the same type. They are a bunch of performance females that are solid based cattle with great udder structure.
SJRA 703 ATONE 132132Red Angus BullSmooth is the first word that comes to mind with this cherry red bull; clean through the front, straight down the top, and a nice rectangular profile. These characteristics made him a pasture favorite all summer. Dam 8024 is a young cow that put a lot into her first 2 calves. She is a clean, feminine made cow with dark, solid feet. MGD has LOT 111.
SJRA 7029 ATLANTIC 133133Red Angus BullModerate frame, nice length and great width over the top and through the quarter. This bull and LOT 104 are the same cow family and those genetics are strong as evidenced by the look of these two bulls. Dam 8125 is more moderate than her MGD at LOT 104, but other-wise, very similar in her type. These are the kind that put the beef in the breed type. The Atlas semen was bought at the NILE sale years ago.
SJRA 934G EXCALIBER 135135Red Angus BullNice growth from this first calf. This illustrates the reason that I include actual BW. At 80#, he may not be a heifer bull, but he is not a big, bulky bull like that adjusted BW might sug-gest. It gets no more solid than this cow line. The MGD 9008 has LOT 102. She has been a strong producer from the beginning. She also has a granddaughter in the heifer offering.
SJRA C62 RAMBLER 138138Red Angus BullHeifer bull deluxe; small frame, light bone, light BW, small head. The sire is a bull that we bought several years ago from Sally Shortridge at Great Falls. Many of our cows have this bull in the pedigree. He was an easy moving bull with excellent structure. The cow side of this one is stacked with some high growth cows. The MGD 2006 has LOT 106.
SJRA 37N HARBOR 139139Red Angus BullMost certainly a cow bull. A nice, deep sided bull that is pretty smooth through the front. The sire was bought in 2004 and appears in a lot of our cow families as well. These 37N’s were some moderate framed cows with a lot of rib expanse and heavy quarters. These cows had great udder structure and super good feet. MGD 7012 was a light BW, high performance heifer with a 111 NR and an MPPA of 106. She has a heifer in the sale.
SJRA 719 DESIRE 10061AU-Pick Em Heifer LotSomebody made a mistake sorting or you would not be getting an opportunity at this heifer. Her Dam raised our high selling bull in the 2021 sale. This line of cows in noted for the ex-ceptional length. Dam Production: BR 101 NR 105 YR 108 - 1% ST 3% HB 11% ProS
SJRA 9080 HESTIA 10071BU-Pick Em Heifer LotThis is a solid cow line. Dam 2026 is a moderate sized cow with a very feminine look. MGD 9042 pushed performance and REA. MGGD 4611 produced through age 14 and was noted for lighter BW.
SJRA 719 INTRIGUE 10122AU-Pick Em Heifer LotNice economic indexes and nicely balanced EPDs across the board. Solid production from a Dam that appears to carry some IMF influence. The origins of this cow family came from the old Bootjack program.
SJRA 719 HAZY 10132BU-Pick Em Heifer LotStrong HB at 7%, nice calving ease numbers, strong growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 4021 is a big framed, high performance cow with own NR 115 and YR 119, yet a BW of 75#. She pushes that performance into her calves as well.
SJRA 719 RAPT 10153AU-Pick Em Heifer LotThis heifer was a pasture favorite all summer. Nice growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 5016 exemplifies the Oscar females; great rib expanse and deep quarters. MGD has bull LOT 102.
SJRA 719 ESSENCE 10163BU-Pick Em Heifer LotA nice heifer that has the makings of being a broody cow like her mama. Her Dam is another of those stout Oscar daughters. She produced a top performing bull as a first calf heifer; otherwise she has had heifers, one of which is a first calf heifer this spring
SJRA 9080 DEMETER 10224AU-Pick Em Heifer LotHer HB at 7% is a testament to the viability of this cow line. Dam 6026 is a moderately made cow that produces that kind. Her 2020 heifer made her way to Iowa. MGD 8022 has bull LOT 101
SJRA 863 EDYTE 10244BU-Pick Em Heifer LotA feminine, petite heifer, with the cherry red color; in the top 20% of her weaning group. Dam 7012 is a performance type cow; her own NR of 111 and her production NR ave of 110 shows that. MGD 1005 was a super smooth, long, easy fleshing cow.
SJRA 703 WINDSONG 10275AU-Pick Em Heifer LotStrong economic indexes and solid calving ease numbers. Her Dam 8007 has the makings of a good performance cow; production averages are NR 108 YR 104 IMF 126 REA 112. The MGD 1002 was another of those stout Turbo daughters.
SJRA 7029 ATLANTIS 10305BU-Pick Em Heifer LotNice maternal indicators; HB 10%, MK 7%, ST 5%. The 8513 Dam is super long, with mod-erate frame from the 5125 sire. She is a fall born heifer, so this is her first calf. MGD has bull LOT 120. The MGGD has several offspring circulating through our herd.

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SJRA 9080 CHRONOS 101

If longevity and maternal traits are important to your program, then this bull is certainly worth your consideration. Not too many cows get to hang around in our environment as long as the dam of this bull. With HerdBuilder at 6%, Stayability at 1% and Milk in the upper 44%; this bull should produce some good females; and he is performing in the growth traits as well. His dam is a large frame, lengthy, easy-moving cow with excellent feet and a good quality udder. Her calves have averaged 82# at birth, with an average NR of 102; previous bulls averaged 107 for YR. She comes from a line of deep ribbed, easy fleshing cows that stick around.

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SJRA 719 BOURNE 102

Also one to consider when looking to build on maternal strength; HB 7%, Milk 16%, ST 5%. He also indicates balance in the carcass traits. Dam 9008 holds a 22 for ST (4%). These 671 daughters carried outstanding length, great udder structure and solid feet. Her calves have averaged 105 for NR, 113 for IMF Ratio and 117 for BF Ratio; which speaks to the fleshing ability of the line. When these old cows can continue to produce calves that consistently perform above average, they are worth taking note of. MGD 1395 produced high perfor-mance calves: her averages NR 105 YR 106 BF 111 REA 106.

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SJRA 719 INTENT 103

Moderate frame, wide top, thick quarter, easy fleshing are all good descriptors for this bull. The pattern of these Bourne calves is pretty consistent in the group. This cow and calf thrived despite the sparse pasture; she held condition better than most of the aged cows here. She is structurally sound with that deep ribbed, brood cow look that came with the Turbo cows. Her calves consistently perform well above average, posting average NR and YR of 104. Past bulls have done well for REA as well.

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SJRA 719 RESOLVE 104

A real beef type bull; great length and great thickness throughout. He ranked 4th in his group for weaning and yearling weights. The moderate BW is strong in the cow line; as is the strength in WW and YW. The dam is a beef type cow as well; deep through the hip and rib, and easy fleshing. She was a top performer in her own right with a NR of 109 and YR of 107.

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SJRA 9080 ARES 105

A bigger statured bull, following along with the phenotype of the sire and dam. The type that should keep the growth strong in his progeny. Past bullS from this dam have posted strong ribeye numbers; speaking to the musculature of the line. Exceptional length and femininity runs in the cow line; though the back line is more moderate in frame.

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SJRA 719 PURPOSE 106

The performance in this cow line, stacked with the carcass merit of Bourne, produces a bull with some powerhouse potential. A long, strong topped bull with good muscle and some frame size; the kind that makes feeder calves. The 2006 dam consistently puts out this kind. Her production averages show ave NR 109, ave YR 106 and ave IMF 105. She produces at this level while maintaining a 365 day calving interval. She is moderate of frame and main-tains a great udder structure. The cow family is stacked with this type of females.

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SJRA 9080 ZEUS 107

A moderate frame bull that has great depth and width of quarter. ST at 2% and HB at 4% pulls in the longevity of cow families from both sides of the pedigree. Dam 2008 is a strong topped, moderate frame cow with all the characteristics that make cows last in our environ-ment. She is consistently light BW. Notable EPDs on this cow: ProS 116(12%), HB 98 (3%), HPG 15 (9%), ST 21 (15%); all great maternal traits. When you look at the MGD, those numbers only get better; ProS 131, HB 107, HPG 15, ST 22.

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SJRA 9080 POSEIDON 108

Moderate frame and structure, light BW, and respectable growth numbers. This bull did some catching up on feed. It is interesting to see how many of these 935 daughters are still with us and how strong the growth merit is in his numbers. MGD was a soggy, good footed cow that was known for producing the same type.

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SJRA 719 RESOLUTE 109

This bull shows some of the most well balanced EPDs in the offering. He is taking a bit of a bum wrap on the DME and ME numbers because he is not a big frame, feed hog. He is likely a 5.0 to 5.5 frame with a tremendous amount of thickness and density. If you like a good, soggy bull, you will find this one. Also, the carcass merit is strong. I feel this Dam 2029 is phenotypically ideal; deep rib, deep hip, strong udder, great feet. She consistently births in the mid-80’s with ave NR 102 and ave YR 103.

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SJRA 863 EPIC 110

A very eye appealing bull. Long and strong down the top, great rib expanse, thickness and depth through the quarter. The #1 NR and #2 YR calf in his group. A great beef bull type and not necessarily a heifer bull type, but the cow history shows moderation in the calving ease. Dam 3022 is one of those cows that I have always liked for her exceptional length and femininity. She also typically pushes some ribeye to her progeny. The cow line is stacked with strong performance, high production cows.

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SJRA 837 CHINOOK 111

A +frame bull with a strong top and the length and angularity to produce nice females. Dark color points and a gentle disposition. This is the bull that is always first in line at the gate for feed. Dam 3052 is a larger frame cow that is clean through the front and feminine in her type. This cow ranks in the top 35% or better for all three economic indexes; ProS, HB & ST. Her sire has ProS index of 125 (9%) and HB index of 76 (13%). This cow family also has LOT 115 and LOT 132

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WHY 719 JAYSO 112

A bull that exhibits the phenotype that makes smooth, clean females; evidenced by that strong HB EPD. Dam 4004 carries the characteristics of the maternal line here; growth genetics, leaders in economic indexes, marbling in the progeny, and clean made females. She is backed by a dam with HB in the top 1% and MGD with HB in the top 2%.

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SJRA 837 EQUITY 113

A sure fire heifer bull type; light BW, moderate frame, clean front, light bone. One of the pasture favorites all summer. He has a great natural thickness throughout that gives him some great dimension. Dam 4006 is a smooth, clean, deep, long cow. She travels on a strong base and comes from a line of ample uddered cows. Her Calving Ease EPD’s are strong and BW range is 72-83# on all calves. She also ranks in the top 10% for HB. Her 2019 bull is performing well for his Iowa owners. We also used a maternal brother to 4006 in our commercial herd for several years.

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SJRA 719 FOCUS 114

An eye appealing bull that carries the deep rib and hip of his dam; and the thickness and moderate frame of his sire. Strong HB at 10% and ST at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have birthed from 65 to 82#. Dam 4024 is the easy fleshing type; an easy moving cow that milks well also. Her ST is in the top 1%.

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SJRA 837 JURIS 116

This bull shows great depth and width of hip on a larger frame stature. He is strong and wide down the top as well. He is #1 for YW in his group. Note that his HB is in the top 5% and ST is at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have been 78# and smaller; the sire’s calving ease numbers are all top 7% or better. The cow line leans to good performance type cattle. They are also the Herd Builder type; 5003 posts HB at 91 (4%) and ST at 23 (1%). MGD 6026 posts HB at 105 (1%) and ST at 25 (1%). Dam 5003 is a structurally balanced cow with a nice rectangular profile and strong udder structure.

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SJRA 719 EARNEST 117

Moderate in his size and frame, this is the type of bull that will sire those clean fronted, femi-nine females that make refined looking cows. The carcass merit runs in the cow line and is enhanced by the 719 cross on this cow. Dam 5005 keeps the BW light with an average of 75#, and she pushes some MB with an ave ratio of 115. Maternal sister 6003 has LOT 123. MGD 7015 was a notable producer of females with performance, and bulls with good REA.

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SJRA 719 AIM 118

A moderately made bull that hits no extremes, but holds nice balance across the board on EPDs. A nice heifer bull prospect from a cow that keeps them consistently light BW. Dam 5006 is a stout cow on a solid base. She holds good carcass EPDs and pushes some growth; Ave WR 101, Ave YR 104, Ave IMF 113, CW at 15% of the breed. The cow line behind her are moderate, feminine cows with quality udder structure and strong performance history.

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SJRA 837 DESIGN 119

A big bodied, dark red bull that checks off the beef bull boxes. #2 for WW and #1 for YW in his group. These bigger framed growth bulls are a little harder to find out there these days, in a world of breeding for moderation of size in the quest for greater efficiency. Dam 5011 pushes strong growth with ave WR 106 and ave YR 111. Carcass history on her progeny is good as well. Her first calf heifer had a top end heifer calf last summer as well.

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SJRA 9080 HERMES 120

These 9080 sons appear to have some strong growth genetics. They also have some frame and dimension. This one is backed with some great maternal traits as well. Dam 5013 is a deep ribbed, deep hipped cow that holds condition well. This cow family produces the keeper type of females. We have two daughters from this cow in production, one with a daughter in the offering. MGD 8026 has two more daughters producing for us.

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SJRA 719 POINT 121

A small frame, sleep all night, heifer bull prospect. Nice thickness through the quarter and an easy fleshing type. A bull that has been on the bloom all winter; it seems he has utilized his feed pretty well. The Saga/Epic side of the cow pedigree brings some growth genetics to the deal. Dam 5030 consistently produces light BW; the range is 68-81# on all calves. She is a clean fronted cow with light bone structure; and she milks well. MGD 3031 is a favorite of mine. A very feminine, medium frame cow that puts a real attractive shape on a calf.

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SJRA 719 MARK 122

A bigger frame bull with a nice, rectangular profile; shaped much like his dam. He has a well balanced look from end to end. He exhibits solid maternal and carcass EPDs. Dam 5218 is a phenotypically balanced cow; good depth through the rib and hip. She moves on a strong base and has a well structured udder. She is backed by one of those nice 935 daughters.

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SJRA 9080 APOLLO 123

Nice frame and structure in this cow bull. He is long and strong down the top; and he is well muscled too. Kind of an eye catcher in the pen. A nice combination of growth, carcass and maternal. Same cow family as LOT 117. Dam 6003 is shining as a cow that puts some nice growth and carcass in her progeny; her other sale bull posted positive numbers for MB and REA as well as having some fleshing ability.

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SJRA 837 OBJECTIVE 124

Medium+ frame with great dimension and structure; he has that complete look Nice calving ease numbers; supported by an average BW of 71# on calves from this cow. Dam 6005 has 2 daughters in production already which is somewhat impressive when you consider that we only keep about 40% of the heifer calves each year. MGD 8046 was what I would call a fancy cow; excellent phenotype, solid structure, great milk production..

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SJRA 9080 BACCHUS 125

These 9080 sons tend to have a little more size and growth than the rest of the pen; no exception here. There is calving ease from the cow side; her BW range is 72-80#. The cow family is loaded with feminine, moderately sized cows that have super udder quality and great feet. MGD 0011 was a favorite cow for her phenotype and mothering ability.

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SJRA 837 INTEGRITY

Nice stretch on a medium + frame bull; good depth of rib and quarter. This young dam is proving herself to be a strong production cow with every average production ratio being over 100; including all the carcass numbers. To top it off, she is just a really nicely put together cow! MGGD 8046 shows up three times here in the span of 4 LOTS; 124, 126 & 128. That speaks to the integrity of the cow line.

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SJRA 9080 PLUTO 128

A bull that pulls in some of that frame from the sire and combines light BW with some good growth. Add in the HB at 6% and there should be some good maternal push as well. How many cows calve within a span of 4 days over 3 years? How many cows calve within 7# of BW on 3 calves? Yep, the NR has very little spread as well. These are the kind of cows that stick around and build a herd. This is the third bull in the offering from the 8046 cow line.

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SJRA 837 JUSTICE 129

One of the bigger framed bulls with good muscling. Great HB and calving ease numbers. Dam 7007 is a moderate frame, deep bodied cow that birthed at 72# and weaned at 741#. MGD 9003; these Laubach Turbo 710 cows were big, soggy bodied cows with clean fronts and lots of milk.

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SJRA 703 FREEDOM 130

Nice spread in the numbers here! #2 for WW and YW in his group. Great strength in the economic traits, ProS 10% and HB 10%. A bigger frame type 703 calf with good dimension. Here is a young cow that is doing her job pretty darn good with that 109 MPPA; as well as being a top performer in her own right. Her roots are deep, 8th generation of this cow line. MGD 0041 is a strong maternal cow; MPPA 106, MK 35(3%), ST 24 (1%), HB 90 (6%). PROS 117 (11%) Yep, we kept her 2021 heifer calf too, and she is bred back to calve at age 12.

131

WHY 703 FORAGER 131

The two primary reasons this bull is here… that nice light BW and the sheer dimension of his phenotype. Those economic traits in the top 10-35% of the breed, don’t hurt him either. He is a small frame bull, probably 4.5, that is loaded with muscle. Pound for pound, he is one meaty looking bull. His dam, 8020, is a small frame cow that is loaded the same way. The cows behind her are bigger framed cows of the same type. They are a bunch of performance females that are solid based cattle with great udder structure.

132

SJRA 703 ATONE 132

Smooth is the first word that comes to mind with this cherry red bull; clean through the front, straight down the top, and a nice rectangular profile. These characteristics made him a pasture favorite all summer. Dam 8024 is a young cow that put a lot into her first 2 calves. She is a clean, feminine made cow with dark, solid feet. MGD has LOT 111.

133

SJRA 7029 ATLANTIC 133

Moderate frame, nice length and great width over the top and through the quarter. This bull and LOT 104 are the same cow family and those genetics are strong as evidenced by the look of these two bulls. Dam 8125 is more moderate than her MGD at LOT 104, but other-wise, very similar in her type. These are the kind that put the beef in the breed type. The Atlas semen was bought at the NILE sale years ago.

135

SJRA 934G EXCALIBER 135

Nice growth from this first calf. This illustrates the reason that I include actual BW. At 80#, he may not be a heifer bull, but he is not a big, bulky bull like that adjusted BW might sug-gest. It gets no more solid than this cow line. The MGD 9008 has LOT 102. She has been a strong producer from the beginning. She also has a granddaughter in the heifer offering.

138

SJRA C62 RAMBLER 138

Heifer bull deluxe; small frame, light bone, light BW, small head. The sire is a bull that we bought several years ago from Sally Shortridge at Great Falls. Many of our cows have this bull in the pedigree. He was an easy moving bull with excellent structure. The cow side of this one is stacked with some high growth cows. The MGD 2006 has LOT 106.

139

SJRA 37N HARBOR 139

Most certainly a cow bull. A nice, deep sided bull that is pretty smooth through the front. The sire was bought in 2004 and appears in a lot of our cow families as well. These 37N’s were some moderate framed cows with a lot of rib expanse and heavy quarters. These cows had great udder structure and super good feet. MGD 7012 was a light BW, high performance heifer with a 111 NR and an MPPA of 106. She has a heifer in the sale.

1A

SJRA 719 DESIRE 1006

Somebody made a mistake sorting or you would not be getting an opportunity at this heifer. Her Dam raised our high selling bull in the 2021 sale. This line of cows in noted for the ex-ceptional length. Dam Production: BR 101 NR 105 YR 108 - 1% ST 3% HB 11% ProS

1B

SJRA 9080 HESTIA 1007

This is a solid cow line. Dam 2026 is a moderate sized cow with a very feminine look. MGD 9042 pushed performance and REA. MGGD 4611 produced through age 14 and was noted for lighter BW.

2A

SJRA 719 INTRIGUE 1012

Nice economic indexes and nicely balanced EPDs across the board. Solid production from a Dam that appears to carry some IMF influence. The origins of this cow family came from the old Bootjack program.

2B

SJRA 719 HAZY 1013

Strong HB at 7%, nice calving ease numbers, strong growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 4021 is a big framed, high performance cow with own NR 115 and YR 119, yet a BW of 75#. She pushes that performance into her calves as well.

3A

SJRA 719 RAPT 1015

This heifer was a pasture favorite all summer. Nice growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 5016 exemplifies the Oscar females; great rib expanse and deep quarters. MGD has bull LOT 102.

3B

SJRA 719 ESSENCE 1016

A nice heifer that has the makings of being a broody cow like her mama. Her Dam is another of those stout Oscar daughters. She produced a top performing bull as a first calf heifer; otherwise she has had heifers, one of which is a first calf heifer this spring

4A

SJRA 9080 DEMETER 1022

Her HB at 7% is a testament to the viability of this cow line. Dam 6026 is a moderately made cow that produces that kind. Her 2020 heifer made her way to Iowa. MGD 8022 has bull LOT 101

4B

SJRA 863 EDYTE 1024

A feminine, petite heifer, with the cherry red color; in the top 20% of her weaning group. Dam 7012 is a performance type cow; her own NR of 111 and her production NR ave of 110 shows that. MGD 1005 was a super smooth, long, easy fleshing cow.

5A

SJRA 703 WINDSONG 1027

Strong economic indexes and solid calving ease numbers. Her Dam 8007 has the makings of a good performance cow; production averages are NR 108 YR 104 IMF 126 REA 112. The MGD 1002 was another of those stout Turbo daughters.

5B

SJRA 7029 ATLANTIS 1030

Nice maternal indicators; HB 10%, MK 7%, ST 5%. The 8513 Dam is super long, with mod-erate frame from the 5125 sire. She is a fall born heifer, so this is her first calf. MGD has bull LOT 120. The MGGD has several offspring circulating through our herd.

101

SJRA 9080 CHRONOS 101

If longevity and maternal traits are important to your program, then this bull is certainly worth your consideration. Not too many cows get to hang around in our environment as long as the dam of this bull. With HerdBuilder at 6%, Stayability at 1% and Milk in the upper 44%; this bull should produce some good females; and he is performing in the growth traits as well. His dam is a large frame, lengthy, easy-moving cow with excellent feet and a good quality udder. Her calves have averaged 82# at birth, with an average NR of 102; previous bulls averaged 107 for YR. She comes from a line of deep ribbed, easy fleshing cows that stick around.

102

SJRA 719 BOURNE 102

Also one to consider when looking to build on maternal strength; HB 7%, Milk 16%, ST 5%. He also indicates balance in the carcass traits. Dam 9008 holds a 22 for ST (4%). These 671 daughters carried outstanding length, great udder structure and solid feet. Her calves have averaged 105 for NR, 113 for IMF Ratio and 117 for BF Ratio; which speaks to the fleshing ability of the line. When these old cows can continue to produce calves that consistently perform above average, they are worth taking note of. MGD 1395 produced high perfor-mance calves: her averages NR 105 YR 106 BF 111 REA 106.

103

SJRA 719 INTENT 103

Moderate frame, wide top, thick quarter, easy fleshing are all good descriptors for this bull. The pattern of these Bourne calves is pretty consistent in the group. This cow and calf thrived despite the sparse pasture; she held condition better than most of the aged cows here. She is structurally sound with that deep ribbed, brood cow look that came with the Turbo cows. Her calves consistently perform well above average, posting average NR and YR of 104. Past bulls have done well for REA as well.

104

SJRA 719 RESOLVE 104

A real beef type bull; great length and great thickness throughout. He ranked 4th in his group for weaning and yearling weights. The moderate BW is strong in the cow line; as is the strength in WW and YW. The dam is a beef type cow as well; deep through the hip and rib, and easy fleshing. She was a top performer in her own right with a NR of 109 and YR of 107.

105

SJRA 9080 ARES 105

A bigger statured bull, following along with the phenotype of the sire and dam. The type that should keep the growth strong in his progeny. Past bullS from this dam have posted strong ribeye numbers; speaking to the musculature of the line. Exceptional length and femininity runs in the cow line; though the back line is more moderate in frame.

106

SJRA 719 PURPOSE 106

The performance in this cow line, stacked with the carcass merit of Bourne, produces a bull with some powerhouse potential. A long, strong topped bull with good muscle and some frame size; the kind that makes feeder calves. The 2006 dam consistently puts out this kind. Her production averages show ave NR 109, ave YR 106 and ave IMF 105. She produces at this level while maintaining a 365 day calving interval. She is moderate of frame and main-tains a great udder structure. The cow family is stacked with this type of females.

107

SJRA 9080 ZEUS 107

A moderate frame bull that has great depth and width of quarter. ST at 2% and HB at 4% pulls in the longevity of cow families from both sides of the pedigree. Dam 2008 is a strong topped, moderate frame cow with all the characteristics that make cows last in our environ-ment. She is consistently light BW. Notable EPDs on this cow: ProS 116(12%), HB 98 (3%), HPG 15 (9%), ST 21 (15%); all great maternal traits. When you look at the MGD, those numbers only get better; ProS 131, HB 107, HPG 15, ST 22.

108

SJRA 9080 POSEIDON 108

Moderate frame and structure, light BW, and respectable growth numbers. This bull did some catching up on feed. It is interesting to see how many of these 935 daughters are still with us and how strong the growth merit is in his numbers. MGD was a soggy, good footed cow that was known for producing the same type.

109

SJRA 719 RESOLUTE 109

This bull shows some of the most well balanced EPDs in the offering. He is taking a bit of a bum wrap on the DME and ME numbers because he is not a big frame, feed hog. He is likely a 5.0 to 5.5 frame with a tremendous amount of thickness and density. If you like a good, soggy bull, you will find this one. Also, the carcass merit is strong. I feel this Dam 2029 is phenotypically ideal; deep rib, deep hip, strong udder, great feet. She consistently births in the mid-80’s with ave NR 102 and ave YR 103.

110

SJRA 863 EPIC 110

A very eye appealing bull. Long and strong down the top, great rib expanse, thickness and depth through the quarter. The #1 NR and #2 YR calf in his group. A great beef bull type and not necessarily a heifer bull type, but the cow history shows moderation in the calving ease. Dam 3022 is one of those cows that I have always liked for her exceptional length and femininity. She also typically pushes some ribeye to her progeny. The cow line is stacked with strong performance, high production cows.

111

SJRA 837 CHINOOK 111

A +frame bull with a strong top and the length and angularity to produce nice females. Dark color points and a gentle disposition. This is the bull that is always first in line at the gate for feed. Dam 3052 is a larger frame cow that is clean through the front and feminine in her type. This cow ranks in the top 35% or better for all three economic indexes; ProS, HB & ST. Her sire has ProS index of 125 (9%) and HB index of 76 (13%). This cow family also has LOT 115 and LOT 132

112

WHY 719 JAYSO 112

A bull that exhibits the phenotype that makes smooth, clean females; evidenced by that strong HB EPD. Dam 4004 carries the characteristics of the maternal line here; growth genetics, leaders in economic indexes, marbling in the progeny, and clean made females. She is backed by a dam with HB in the top 1% and MGD with HB in the top 2%.

113

SJRA 837 EQUITY 113

A sure fire heifer bull type; light BW, moderate frame, clean front, light bone. One of the pasture favorites all summer. He has a great natural thickness throughout that gives him some great dimension. Dam 4006 is a smooth, clean, deep, long cow. She travels on a strong base and comes from a line of ample uddered cows. Her Calving Ease EPD’s are strong and BW range is 72-83# on all calves. She also ranks in the top 10% for HB. Her 2019 bull is performing well for his Iowa owners. We also used a maternal brother to 4006 in our commercial herd for several years.

114

SJRA 719 FOCUS 114

An eye appealing bull that carries the deep rib and hip of his dam; and the thickness and moderate frame of his sire. Strong HB at 10% and ST at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have birthed from 65 to 82#. Dam 4024 is the easy fleshing type; an easy moving cow that milks well also. Her ST is in the top 1%.

116

SJRA 837 JURIS 116

This bull shows great depth and width of hip on a larger frame stature. He is strong and wide down the top as well. He is #1 for YW in his group. Note that his HB is in the top 5% and ST is at 3%. Previous calves from this cow have been 78# and smaller; the sire’s calving ease numbers are all top 7% or better. The cow line leans to good performance type cattle. They are also the Herd Builder type; 5003 posts HB at 91 (4%) and ST at 23 (1%). MGD 6026 posts HB at 105 (1%) and ST at 25 (1%). Dam 5003 is a structurally balanced cow with a nice rectangular profile and strong udder structure.

117

SJRA 719 EARNEST 117

Moderate in his size and frame, this is the type of bull that will sire those clean fronted, femi-nine females that make refined looking cows. The carcass merit runs in the cow line and is enhanced by the 719 cross on this cow. Dam 5005 keeps the BW light with an average of 75#, and she pushes some MB with an ave ratio of 115. Maternal sister 6003 has LOT 123. MGD 7015 was a notable producer of females with performance, and bulls with good REA.

118

SJRA 719 AIM 118

A moderately made bull that hits no extremes, but holds nice balance across the board on EPDs. A nice heifer bull prospect from a cow that keeps them consistently light BW. Dam 5006 is a stout cow on a solid base. She holds good carcass EPDs and pushes some growth; Ave WR 101, Ave YR 104, Ave IMF 113, CW at 15% of the breed. The cow line behind her are moderate, feminine cows with quality udder structure and strong performance history.

119

SJRA 837 DESIGN 119

A big bodied, dark red bull that checks off the beef bull boxes. #2 for WW and #1 for YW in his group. These bigger framed growth bulls are a little harder to find out there these days, in a world of breeding for moderation of size in the quest for greater efficiency. Dam 5011 pushes strong growth with ave WR 106 and ave YR 111. Carcass history on her progeny is good as well. Her first calf heifer had a top end heifer calf last summer as well.

120

SJRA 9080 HERMES 120

These 9080 sons appear to have some strong growth genetics. They also have some frame and dimension. This one is backed with some great maternal traits as well. Dam 5013 is a deep ribbed, deep hipped cow that holds condition well. This cow family produces the keeper type of females. We have two daughters from this cow in production, one with a daughter in the offering. MGD 8026 has two more daughters producing for us.

121

SJRA 719 POINT 121

A small frame, sleep all night, heifer bull prospect. Nice thickness through the quarter and an easy fleshing type. A bull that has been on the bloom all winter; it seems he has utilized his feed pretty well. The Saga/Epic side of the cow pedigree brings some growth genetics to the deal. Dam 5030 consistently produces light BW; the range is 68-81# on all calves. She is a clean fronted cow with light bone structure; and she milks well. MGD 3031 is a favorite of mine. A very feminine, medium frame cow that puts a real attractive shape on a calf.

122

SJRA 719 MARK 122

A bigger frame bull with a nice, rectangular profile; shaped much like his dam. He has a well balanced look from end to end. He exhibits solid maternal and carcass EPDs. Dam 5218 is a phenotypically balanced cow; good depth through the rib and hip. She moves on a strong base and has a well structured udder. She is backed by one of those nice 935 daughters.

123

SJRA 9080 APOLLO 123

Nice frame and structure in this cow bull. He is long and strong down the top; and he is well muscled too. Kind of an eye catcher in the pen. A nice combination of growth, carcass and maternal. Same cow family as LOT 117. Dam 6003 is shining as a cow that puts some nice growth and carcass in her progeny; her other sale bull posted positive numbers for MB and REA as well as having some fleshing ability.

124

SJRA 837 OBJECTIVE 124

Medium+ frame with great dimension and structure; he has that complete look Nice calving ease numbers; supported by an average BW of 71# on calves from this cow. Dam 6005 has 2 daughters in production already which is somewhat impressive when you consider that we only keep about 40% of the heifer calves each year. MGD 8046 was what I would call a fancy cow; excellent phenotype, solid structure, great milk production..

125

SJRA 9080 BACCHUS 125

These 9080 sons tend to have a little more size and growth than the rest of the pen; no exception here. There is calving ease from the cow side; her BW range is 72-80#. The cow family is loaded with feminine, moderately sized cows that have super udder quality and great feet. MGD 0011 was a favorite cow for her phenotype and mothering ability.

126

SJRA 837 INTEGRITY

Nice stretch on a medium + frame bull; good depth of rib and quarter. This young dam is proving herself to be a strong production cow with every average production ratio being over 100; including all the carcass numbers. To top it off, she is just a really nicely put together cow! MGGD 8046 shows up three times here in the span of 4 LOTS; 124, 126 & 128. That speaks to the integrity of the cow line.

128

SJRA 9080 PLUTO 128

A bull that pulls in some of that frame from the sire and combines light BW with some good growth. Add in the HB at 6% and there should be some good maternal push as well. How many cows calve within a span of 4 days over 3 years? How many cows calve within 7# of BW on 3 calves? Yep, the NR has very little spread as well. These are the kind of cows that stick around and build a herd. This is the third bull in the offering from the 8046 cow line.

129

SJRA 837 JUSTICE 129

One of the bigger framed bulls with good muscling. Great HB and calving ease numbers. Dam 7007 is a moderate frame, deep bodied cow that birthed at 72# and weaned at 741#. MGD 9003; these Laubach Turbo 710 cows were big, soggy bodied cows with clean fronts and lots of milk.

130

SJRA 703 FREEDOM 130

Nice spread in the numbers here! #2 for WW and YW in his group. Great strength in the economic traits, ProS 10% and HB 10%. A bigger frame type 703 calf with good dimension. Here is a young cow that is doing her job pretty darn good with that 109 MPPA; as well as being a top performer in her own right. Her roots are deep, 8th generation of this cow line. MGD 0041 is a strong maternal cow; MPPA 106, MK 35(3%), ST 24 (1%), HB 90 (6%). PROS 117 (11%) Yep, we kept her 2021 heifer calf too, and she is bred back to calve at age 12.

131

WHY 703 FORAGER 131

The two primary reasons this bull is here… that nice light BW and the sheer dimension of his phenotype. Those economic traits in the top 10-35% of the breed, don’t hurt him either. He is a small frame bull, probably 4.5, that is loaded with muscle. Pound for pound, he is one meaty looking bull. His dam, 8020, is a small frame cow that is loaded the same way. The cows behind her are bigger framed cows of the same type. They are a bunch of performance females that are solid based cattle with great udder structure.

132

SJRA 703 ATONE 132

Smooth is the first word that comes to mind with this cherry red bull; clean through the front, straight down the top, and a nice rectangular profile. These characteristics made him a pasture favorite all summer. Dam 8024 is a young cow that put a lot into her first 2 calves. She is a clean, feminine made cow with dark, solid feet. MGD has LOT 111.

133

SJRA 7029 ATLANTIC 133

Moderate frame, nice length and great width over the top and through the quarter. This bull and LOT 104 are the same cow family and those genetics are strong as evidenced by the look of these two bulls. Dam 8125 is more moderate than her MGD at LOT 104, but other-wise, very similar in her type. These are the kind that put the beef in the breed type. The Atlas semen was bought at the NILE sale years ago.

135

SJRA 934G EXCALIBER 135

Nice growth from this first calf. This illustrates the reason that I include actual BW. At 80#, he may not be a heifer bull, but he is not a big, bulky bull like that adjusted BW might sug-gest. It gets no more solid than this cow line. The MGD 9008 has LOT 102. She has been a strong producer from the beginning. She also has a granddaughter in the heifer offering.

138

SJRA C62 RAMBLER 138

Heifer bull deluxe; small frame, light bone, light BW, small head. The sire is a bull that we bought several years ago from Sally Shortridge at Great Falls. Many of our cows have this bull in the pedigree. He was an easy moving bull with excellent structure. The cow side of this one is stacked with some high growth cows. The MGD 2006 has LOT 106.

139

SJRA 37N HARBOR 139

Most certainly a cow bull. A nice, deep sided bull that is pretty smooth through the front. The sire was bought in 2004 and appears in a lot of our cow families as well. These 37N’s were some moderate framed cows with a lot of rib expanse and heavy quarters. These cows had great udder structure and super good feet. MGD 7012 was a light BW, high performance heifer with a 111 NR and an MPPA of 106. She has a heifer in the sale.

1A

SJRA 719 DESIRE 1006

Somebody made a mistake sorting or you would not be getting an opportunity at this heifer. Her Dam raised our high selling bull in the 2021 sale. This line of cows in noted for the ex-ceptional length. Dam Production: BR 101 NR 105 YR 108 - 1% ST 3% HB 11% ProS

1B

SJRA 9080 HESTIA 1007

This is a solid cow line. Dam 2026 is a moderate sized cow with a very feminine look. MGD 9042 pushed performance and REA. MGGD 4611 produced through age 14 and was noted for lighter BW.

2A

SJRA 719 INTRIGUE 1012

Nice economic indexes and nicely balanced EPDs across the board. Solid production from a Dam that appears to carry some IMF influence. The origins of this cow family came from the old Bootjack program.

2B

SJRA 719 HAZY 1013

Strong HB at 7%, nice calving ease numbers, strong growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 4021 is a big framed, high performance cow with own NR 115 and YR 119, yet a BW of 75#. She pushes that performance into her calves as well.

3A

SJRA 719 RAPT 1015

This heifer was a pasture favorite all summer. Nice growth and carcass EPDs. Dam 5016 exemplifies the Oscar females; great rib expanse and deep quarters. MGD has bull LOT 102.

3B

SJRA 719 ESSENCE 1016

A nice heifer that has the makings of being a broody cow like her mama. Her Dam is another of those stout Oscar daughters. She produced a top performing bull as a first calf heifer; otherwise she has had heifers, one of which is a first calf heifer this spring

4A

SJRA 9080 DEMETER 1022

Her HB at 7% is a testament to the viability of this cow line. Dam 6026 is a moderately made cow that produces that kind. Her 2020 heifer made her way to Iowa. MGD 8022 has bull LOT 101

4B

SJRA 863 EDYTE 1024

A feminine, petite heifer, with the cherry red color; in the top 20% of her weaning group. Dam 7012 is a performance type cow; her own NR of 111 and her production NR ave of 110 shows that. MGD 1005 was a super smooth, long, easy fleshing cow.

5A

SJRA 703 WINDSONG 1027

Strong economic indexes and solid calving ease numbers. Her Dam 8007 has the makings of a good performance cow; production averages are NR 108 YR 104 IMF 126 REA 112. The MGD 1002 was another of those stout Turbo daughters.

5B

SJRA 7029 ATLANTIS 1030

Nice maternal indicators; HB 10%, MK 7%, ST 5%. The 8513 Dam is super long, with mod-erate frame from the 5125 sire. She is a fall born heifer, so this is her first calf. MGD has bull LOT 120. The MGGD has several offspring circulating through our herd.


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