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That's all I'm going for too. Maybe later down the road I will market some but for now its all for my own use. Just trying tobuild good solid cows for my future herd. I would like to get started on my own shortly but I like to get some good cows going first so I don't have to go buya bunch. Thanks for the good advice and I was thinking on the same lines as you for flushing but I like to breed for both type and milk. I like pretty cows but I also want them to work hard for me too. They don't have to milk real extreme because I like them to stick around for a long time.
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I woukd say she transmits very well. Her daughter just went vg85 as a 2yr old.
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That's good news she seems to transmit well Sentry is not the highest type bull but she managed to make a VG85 2yr old.

I wonder what Seagull Bay Supersire would be like on this Sentry daughter for a production cross with added fat and balanced type.



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I'm not to worried about production in this family as much. They all milk well with decent bf and p but bf and p can never be too high. Her last test at 7 months fresh was 90lbs.

Right now she is bred to atwood to give my nephew a show calf. She does have a sanchez heifer that looks pretty sharp but I don't know if I will breed her back to him next round.
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The buckeye just went ex90 91ms @5yrs 5 months. Her daughter by sentry just went vg87 88ms 2nd calf.

I never genomic tested the buckeye but I did do 2 of her daughters.

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Well done she deserves to be EX the Genomic results look interesting the Shottle looks to have better balanced Genomics than the Guthrie.

Looking at Guthrie his legs are not the best so using a bull with great F/L with Guthrie looks the best option and with his Canadian proof it has shown he may have some problems like shallow fore rib weak crops not well sprung weak back it looks like he may have got some Patron blood his legs would suggest so.

Guthrie probably needs a bull that has AAA numbers of 4 5 or 6 that has strength and straight legs Surefire would be ideal but Bradnick looks a better match especially being a Sanchez x Shottle this blood has worked well with the Buckeye daughter.



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I have been thinking bradnick or a McCutchen son with straighter legs. I really like the McCutchen daughters.
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If u like Mccutchen daughters then I would use Mccutchen his sons have smart Genomics but will they be better than him in the long [sign in to see URL] Mccutchen was Durham without a proof would u rather use a Durham son before Durham is proven with the information we have today most people would just Durham not his sons.

If Mccutchen does not turn out then it will be harder for his sons to better him so I would stick with Mccutchen until he is proven.





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Probably one of the best Mccutchen sons would be Ladys-Manor Durbin who has great Genomics with more body depth and dairyness than most Mccuthcen sons his full brother Mcdougal is a better looking individual but his Genomics do not look as well put together as Durbin.

He comes from a great family that probably has not done a great deal when producing bulls but I think there is a good possibility the family has the potential to produce something great and if the Genomics of Durbin are correct he may work well with a Guthrie daughter he looks another valid option being a #315 AAA bull and Guthrie being a #423 they look compatible based on there AAA numbers.

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I think McDougal is better than Durbin. They're both nearly identical but McDougal has more milk, slightly higher components and a lower rump angle. Other than that, they're nearly the same.
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