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I have a friend who does the flusing for Sandy-Valley. I'll have to ask him about the specs for stall design.

dumb question - with your 4 row, do you have a center drive through?
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Took a few more pictures the other day

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93 point cow by a homebred Durham son.

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A GP Jordan Red

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A VG 86(as 2 yr. old) Aspen now second calf

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My first Velvet-View Sensation, not real pretty but I think will be type that gets better and better.

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What do you feed the cows that you get that radioactive glow to the manure? emoticon

Great pics. I love the 93pt cow and the Aspen has a nearly identical udder to a cow we have sired by a different Ashlyn son (hangs a little low but otherwise well built). What is the Aspen's lineage? I would expect a little more depth with Ashlyn in the pedigree, or, maybe it's just the camera angle.

Keep posting pics I can't get enough of em. emoticon

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Maybe I should get a digester or something, radioactive manure should make some serious power. emoticon The Aspen isn`t real deep, but is still young and will body down more with a few more calves. Her dam is a VG Leduc, next dam 3E 94 Charles next six dams all EX.

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whats the durham son from that sired that good 93 pt cow?
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whats the durham son from that sired that good 93 pt cow?



His dam was a gp Skybuck, next dam was a VG Blackstar with a lot of milk. I didn`t like the Skybuck much, probably should never have raised a bull from her and only had him in with heifers a short while and that is only daughter, shows how smart I am.

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The GP Jordan Red (Black Red cow) - when was she scored GP and is she fresh again?
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actually why shouldnt the pedigree of that homebred durham son not have worked?
durham has worked well on starbuck sons and TT sallie was a great brood cow and one of threats best and chief mark worked well over [sign in to see URL] whilest you might not have had the best type on the dams line you have had the pedigree to bred that "great" one which you did!
Good for you!
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PAD,

Are you familiar with Dr. Nigel Cook's work? I saw him speak over a month ago and he said they are putting together a central website on stall and facility design.

Can't find it yet, but I'd consider some of Dr. Cook's ideas on stall design.




Jonny, did you happen to hear him speak at the NCME at Reaseheath?


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