Mark Your Card: Angus Bred Heifers

Angus Bred Heifers Official Results Results provided by the University of Illinois Livestock Judging Team 4-3-1-2 Cuts: 2-6-3 4312 is how I like the Angus bred heifers Even though there’s a pair of sounder structured, deeper bodied brood cow prospects who both uphold the breed’s claim to true maternal character, I found the highest quality most striking […]

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Mark That Card: Bred Sow Results

Bred Sow Official Results Provided by the 2016 Texas State Winning 4-H Team, Hansford County 4-H Livestock Judging Team 3-2-4-1 Cuts: 5-2-4 I like the breeding gilts 3241. I’m quick to find the female who’s got the functionality required for a good brood sow, but it’s her attractive and super cool look from the side that makes her […]

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Mark That Card: Shorthorn Heifer Results

Shorthorn Heifer Official Results Provided by, Coach Chris Cassady, Iowa State University 3-4-1-2 Cuts: 2-6-3 I placed the Shorthorn heifers 3-4-1-2. I think there’s a high-quality pair of females that need to sort up, who both bring forth a maternal, brood-cow look needed for longevity. Subtle differences sort the pair, and I like the added look and freshness in […]

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Mark That Card: Breeding Heifer Results

Breeding Heifer Official Results Provided by, Coach John DeClerck, Texas Tech University 1-4-2-3 Cuts: 3-3-5 I ranked the breeding heifers 1423. I think the top is close since both heifers have plenty of mass and quality, but for the long haul I like 1’s look. The refine, teated heifer is not only more appropriate in her maturity pattern, but […]

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Mark That Card: Market Goat Class Results

Market Goat Official Results Provided by, Coaches John DeClerk and Ryan Rathmann, Texas Tech University 3-4-1-2 Cuts: 2-4-4 I like the market goats 3-4-1-2. There’s a top pair of wethers who offer tradeoffs but I’ll trade power for balance to use 3’s blend of look with enough dimension over 4. Specifically, from profile, 3’s stronger behind his shoulder, […]

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