Mark that Card: Market Hogs

  Placing: 4-2-1-3 with cuts of 3-4-2 I’ll sort the market hogs 4-2-1-3 and in a challenging class, I’m still the most comfortable starting the 4 barrows extra width and product. The stout structured, heavy weight, blue barrow is the most opened up in his skeleton, he’s the boldest in his rib and this allows him […]

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Mark That Card: Yearling Brahman Heifer Results

Yearling Brahman Heifers Official Results Provided by, Chris Mullinix, Kansas State University First, I’d like to thank Sure Champ for giving K-State the opportunity to evaluate this class of Brahman heifers. Also, special thanks to the V8 Ranch for supplying great pictures of an exceptional set of females. The top three heifers are pretty close, but I think […]

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Mark That Card: Simmental Heifers

Simmental Heifers Official Results Provided by, Blake Bloomberg, Oklahoma State University 1-2-4-3  Cuts: 4-4-7 I like the Simmental Heifers 1-2-4-3. It’s hard not to tie into the combination of look and cow power I find in the 1 female to win. Not only is she long necked and attractive, but here’s one that puts it together with […]

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Mark that Card: Breeding Does

Breeding Does Official Results Provided by, Brittany Smith, Frank Phillips College 2-3-4-1  Cuts: 3-3-4 My preferred alignment of the Breeding Does is 2-3-4-1.  I found a place to begin in the 2 Doe, she best combines an attractive look on the profile with her productive high volume body type, and I can see her generating successful show-ring bound […]

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Mark That Card: Hampshire Boar Results

Hampshire Boars Official Results Provided by, Brice Mind, Blinn College 4-2-1-3  Cuts: 4-2-5 I like the Hampshire boars 4213. There’s a boar up top who has the right kind of build with a unique look and mass to work on a multitude of sow bases. To be more specific, the stout featured, wide constructed boar feeds out […]

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Mark That Card: Wether Dam Ewes Results

Scenario: Rank these ewes as potential donors for an elite club lamb operation in southwest Oklahoma. These ewes will be artificially inseminated or naturally bred to bucks with codon 171 reading homozygous or heterozygous, with the goal to raise competitive show lambs for major stock shows. Elite male progeny will be left in tack for […]

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