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 – Hereford Heifers

Thank you Butler Community College Livestock judging team for providing placings and officials for this class. Placing: 1-4-3-2Cuts: 5-2-3 I like the Hereford heifers 1432. There’s a tremendous amount of quality in the nicest built and best balanced 1 heifer that starts. Compared to 4, she not only reads neater about her front end and chest, but […]

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Mark That Card: Charolais Bulls

Thank you Black Hawk Livestock judging team for providing placings and officials for this class. Placing: 4-1-2-3Cuts: 3-4-5 I’ll sort the Charolais Bulls 4123. Whether this operation intends to capitalize off of making lucrative herd sires or competitive show heifers that 4 bulls an awfully nice place to start. Not only is the deep-sided bull the most dynamic […]

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Mark That Card: Hampshire Barrows

Thank you Lake Land College Livestock Judging Team for providing placings and officials for this class. Placing: 4-2-1-3Cuts: 2-5-2 I sorted the Hampshire Barrows 4213. I think both barrows up top capture the basic market hog fundamentals, but I’m personally drawn to 4’s elite build quality. His relaxed blade angle and correct hip and hind leg allow […]

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Mark That Card: Wether Dams

Thank you Harrell Club Lambs for providing placings and officials for this class. Placing: 4-3-2-1Cuts: 3-5-3 I like the wether dams 4321. There’s an awfully good one to win in 4, 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, […]

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Mark That Card: Hereford Heifers

Placing: 1-4-2-3Cuts: 2-5-2 I like the Hereford heifers 1423. The group is quick to sort into two pairs, and amongst the initial duo of high caliber females, I personally like the added look of quality and balance in the 1 heifer to sort over the cow power found in 4. The lighter red heifer is […]

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