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Seagull-Bay Supersire


Anybody milking any? Seen any in neighboring herds?
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Search "GenoSource" on facebook. Looks like a new entity of Butz-Rauen crew. That link will show you some photos of a Supersire
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I have some yearlings by Supersire. I kinda like them, I used him as a summer clean up bull in 2013. Not the sharpest cattle, but sound and strong. They were very aggressive as calves.

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Have one due in late March. Very strong heifer, hopefully will not wind up round and lazy.
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We have one due in May, and a handful of yearlings to breed. Ours look much the same, definitely not the tall, frail kind. I think that bodes very well, with his tremendous production numbers, everyone tells me his dam(Shauna) was the real deal when she was milking as a 2 yr old. Udder depth is certainly something to watch. The extreme production bulls usually follow the same pattern though. With the huge number of high genomic offspring, I would be very surprised if he isn't a difference maker, siring the best heifer in the pen production wise in many herds. Type wise I would not expect a lot of VG 2yr olds, but most people are unconcerned about that, as long as they are sound, very profitable cows.
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The one on the link posted above by johnross is quite a nice cow. She'd be pushing 83-85. Love her udder.
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Will he be the new # 1 NM bull next round ?
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He looks like a great milk bull but with his udder ratings being rather low it seems to me that other Robust sons have way more value than Supersire like these.


Even-Par SHF Cannon (Robust x Alexander x Bolton)

High milk and type with better udders than Supersire and he has no sons.


Siemers Robust Google (Robust x Goldwyn x Damion)

High type Robust son with six generations of EX dams.


Krall-View Rbst Jayden (Robust x Wizard x Orion)

Not the highest type bull but he has great health traits and his mother must be one of the best Wizard daughters with her superb conformation.



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The female Narwhal has no spear or a very small percentage do it's the males that have the spear and the size of the spear indicates the size of there testicles.



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