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https://issuu.com/australiantopstock/docs/peel_valley_brochure_2013

Liberator looks like a #231645 bull from his picture.

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so what would that mean ? just asking as Im wondering how that correlates to how his daus look and what you think he should work on and if that relates to what we think he works on if you get what I mean
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He looks more tall than strong from his picture and probably a cow with an AAA of #54 / #45 would suit him although he looks bred to be strong so he may breed that way.

Apart from AAA the place i would protect him would be through the rump there is a great percentage of average rump bulls within his pedigree and some are linebred as well.

If he was going to be used on old blood then daughters of bulls like Charles Linjet Allegro Windbrook or Skychief would be my choice.
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oddly enough some of his daus are out of linjets or have skychief in the pedigree a few have both encore and durham on the bottom line.
rumps are actually not a problem. I would ping em on possibly being too tall and too narrow so all our foxleigh triple aces are getting mated to him (he is in the peel valley catalogue too).Udders are amazing and rear teat placement is spot on
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He must have lots of Ivanhoe blood if he is tall and narrow with the pedigree that he has.If we breed his mother to Osborndale Ivanhoe we would get around 7.5% inbreeding and with Elevation we would get 18% and with Chief we will get 4.5% inbreeding figure.From this we can tell that his maternal line is lacking in Chief blood and the bulls that contain him would be the best choice.

Triple Ace looks like a fine bull and i like the thought of using Liberator on his daughters there should be a great mix of potential in that cross.

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