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At this stage we were getting a lot of noise about moguls first proof and before him bookem and observer not so much with supersire . Will he have many daughters this run ? Is it because supersires strengths can't be seen with the naked eye? If he dose flop then it will result in a big reranking of the younger bulls I'm hoping not as I have used a few sons .
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I ordered 30 more units at 9:30 proof day. I have recently used 20 units, and had 10 units on hand when I ordered them.



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I have heard similar things about Impression. Very impressive group in the heifer pens

I think Mogul will surpass Supersire in terms of having the most complete proof time and time again.

I have a handful of Supersire heifers (3 to be exact) and they get lost in the pens at yearling age. Small and woody. I look forward to seeing them calve in and get to work but at this stage; unimpressed. Appears that the best trait is feet and legs but I will wait until they are fresh to make a decision on that
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I loved our supersire calves, but do not like them as yearlings. And they appear to have Planet feet. I'm a little concerned how they will calve in.
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Milking 5 Supersire daughters. Sound type . Great milk. Only one scored is VG 85 [sign in to see URL] are not as fancy as our Moguls or Mccutchen`s but are milkier.
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good to hear Aaron Rodgers, about what you expected? Dabble, clearly Mogul was predicted to be the better udder bull from the start, and Supersire projected as the production bull of his generation. Did you use Supersire to make the fanciest heifers in your pens? I would hope not. Moguls and McCutchens will score higher, Supersire more likely to make your highest production heifer. Is this a groundbreaking revelation? Genomics pretty accurate so far?
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I don't have any milking supersires yet, but I have 5 that are breeding age. All of them look fantastic, not overly tall but not short, very chesty and strong. Definately looks like they have the capability to produce a lot of milk. Not as fancy as the mogul heifers the same age but they might mature with age? I have seen any that have calved in yet. I'll take a Good Plus 1st calver that grows into good old cow anyday.

Side note: how on earth does mogul have a confirmation of 8 in Canada and is over 2.5 type in US?
You would think a bull with over 90% GP of better would be atleast 12.
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I think Canada places too much value on frame, which would negatively impact Mogul's type proof.
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I'd be shocked if August round it didn't jump a point or 2.
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Not sure what happened to the rest of this original post but was meant to read…..

Does Canada have too much emphasis on frame scores or do the US have too much emphasis on mammary system in PTAT??? Personally I think that there is more of the later.

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