Mark That Card – Simmental Bulls

Reasons provided by Norther Oklahoma Community College Livestock Judging Team! I’ll rank the Simmental bulls 2134. There’s a pair of bulls up top who I think will prove profitable, but it’s with elite seed stock production in mind where I’ll start 2. It’s hard to make cattle opened up and stout down low while still […]

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Mark That Card – Angus Bred Heifers

Thank you, Oklahoma State Livestock Judging Team, for the officials and reasons. Placing: 1-3-2-4Cuts: 4-3-5 1324 is how I like the Angus bred heifers. Not only is 1 neat and feminine upfront but she expands into the kind of boldness and natural dimension that I’m after in Angus cattle.  Females that match her kind of […]

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Mark That Card – Ewe Lambs

Placing: 3-4-1-2Cuts: 4-2-3 I like the ewe lambs 3412. There’s an awfully good one to win in 3, and I think it all starts with her skeletal build. She’s so stout structured and correct on her feet and legs, her spine is perfectly level, and she puts together all of the fundamentals of a good […]

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Mark That Card – Simmental Bred Heifers

Placing: 3-4-2-1Cuts: 3-6-2 I like the Simmental Bred Heifers, 3-4-2-1. The unrivaled tandem of maternal function and cow power found in the brown tinged 3 heifer is quick to stand out. Not only is she the boldest about her rib cage and incredibly dimensional, but to have that much power and still be so feminine […]

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Mark That Card – Breeding Does

Placing: 3-1-4-2Cuts: 5-4-3 Thank you to the Texas A&M Livestock Judging Team for providing the official placings and reasons. I like the Breeding does 3142. That big footed 3 doe is just flat impressive. Not only is she so incredibly attractive in her look from the side with an elite hip and hind leg assembly, […]

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Mark That Card – Angus Bulls

Placing: 2-4-1-3Cuts: 3-2-4 I like the Angus Bulls 2-4-1-3. That short tail 2 bull’s undeniable power and body shape paired with a functional skeleton positions him as my herd sire of choice. Personally, his balanced look from the profile is best complimented with a masculine, beef bull look. Plus, step behind the cattle, and his […]

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