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If you could tap into a certain red family, or is known to at least carry the red factor, which would you pick/ or which do you think is the most valuable?
For me the hottest cow on the plantet is Scientific Debutante Rae,(Roxy family) next I would be interested in GenIBec Durham Sherry(Aero Flower family).
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Two excellent choices Canuk,is Scientific Debutante Rae a Durham as well?

If not wasn't there mention several months ago of a Durham *RC from the Roxy family at Scientific that went VG-89@2 yrs old?

For my taste I would go with Derrwyn Miss Special-Red (VG-89)2yr old
-Dam EX-94 Factor with 8 Generations VG&EX behind her!

She was Reserve Intermediate Champion at World Dairy Expo this year as a 3yr old.
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Debutante is the 89 pt Durham. She has 9 male pregs by Allen, that I'm sure most if not all will be A.I bound, unfortuneatly she is CV so only the clean sons will make it to A.I. She also has a R&W dau by Sept Storm that is CV free, what do you suppose a heifer like this is worth??
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A Red September Storm x Debutante= Difficult to put a price on that one If It where mine.

Probably would sell for as much or more than the September Storm x Lavender Ruby Redrose sold for at World Classic Sale which I think was 25,000-35,000.

But keep me posted on the Allen sons from Debutante and where the clean ones end up. I can at least afford the price of semen.
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Miss Special is a hell of a cow having seen her at Madison two years in a row now. Personally I would go with either Renita Ranger or Pinehurst Beaujolais; both are money making families.
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As far as families that I don't already own into that I wouldn't mind owning one out of, I agree with Canuk on the Durham cow. I admired Parade last year as a [sign in to see URL] and after seeing her this year, she is the real deal. Milestone Rosel impresses me, too. At this point in time, I'd rather sell some red cows than buy though.
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I think were all voting on the Durham, she is a fantastic young cow and she has the potential to go a lot further. I would definately use and Allen son from her when (if) they will be released. How about Rubens Poppy from Any-Day, not so much a show cow but a complete all-rounder from a hell of a family. Heavily contracted and again will mature with time. How about the RC Rudolph from Fradon, Jodie I think?? she seems to be transmiting well.
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Judging by her picture Fradon Jodie is a hell of a cow.
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You can add the Jodie cow to my list also. She is already proving to be a brood cow, which in the end makes her more valuable in my books than even those young Durhams I mentioned earlier, who are fantastic, but also unproven.
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Does anyone remember or know of a website or advertisement for Scientific Debutante Rae?

I'd be curious to see her pedigree and know I've seen a picture before but want to refresh my memory on the cow.~Thanks
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