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Just got the Classification results by text!!! Its a pain in the butt not being at home when classifier visits:

EX90 2E 5yo Storm x Astre
EX90 3E 9yo Astre x Noremead Mardigras (dam of above)
VG89 6yo Juror x Coypel ([sign in to see URL] Oakwald HS Louis)
VG87 3yo S-man x Ballybeeny Mr America)
VG87 4yo Progress x Formation
VG85 6yo Lee x Oakrifges Startrip
VG85 4yo Convincer x Milestone
VG85 3yo Juror x Jed
VG85 2yo Inishowen Lord Toldo (Toldo x Meadowlord) x Victor
G+84 2yo Roy x Skychief
G+83 2yo S-man x Convincer (who went 85, see above)


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My one and only cow was just classified VG-86-3YR-CAN at 72 DIM. She is a Gibson x 80pt Rudolph x 81pt Mason followed by 7 generations of Very Good cows.

I bought her at a dispersal sale of a pretty good B.C. herd last February, she was 82 points and pregnant to Titanic. She moved to 83 points a few months later, and calved in November with a heifer. She's projected to almost 12,000 kg this lactation, and has been averaging close to 5% fat on her first 2 tests, and projected to a 340 fat BCA. Great cow to work with, lowest SCC in the herd and very quiet.

She also has a Spirte heifer that looks pretty good and is now owned by a Master Breeder herd down the road.

The family flushed incredibly well at the original herd, so though she has that hole in the pedigree I think I'll try flushing her once this lactation. I'm considering using Spirte, because her biggest fault is loin strength, but her pin set is ideal. Can't really lose considering she only cost me $1000.

I'd appreciate other suggestions, just looking to maintain production and concentrate on type.

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My one and only cow




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lowest SCC in the herd



But she must be the highest scc too? emoticon

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Lol, she's housed with my dad's herd.
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Kristin 1,I would suggest Duplex,your cows high fat % ,could make up for his only weakness,the type is definitly there with Duplex.
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we classified yesterday after 2 years not and were blessed with 3 classifiers.
2 reclasses
Avonlea raider jetmaster VG86
and James on 84
1 Supior type and production acheivement award EX1E foxleigh lass counsellor
Heifers
3 Skagvale confidences 81,80 and 78
2 avonlea raider jetmasters 82 & 80
2 mr manhattens 82 and 80
4 pinehurst elations 81,81,81,78
3 foxleigh emphatics 82,81,80
3 wilonna deliverys 82,78,77
2 marcrest encores 82 and 80
1 budjon enzi 78
1 budjon empire 77
2 markwell kites 81,81
1 bossiron 82
1 murribrook turbulent 80
1 foxleigh lass counsellor 80
2 budjon e;ectrifieds 80 and a deregistared 74
2 robthom integritys 83 and 82
1 inspiration 78
1 duncan progress 83
2 hanoverhill raiders 80 & 82
heifers had calved from april 05 to jan 06
and overall type fault was reverse tilt to udder

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deregistered 74 ?


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yep deregistared out of the system destined for the us ground beef market
her dam is 85!
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hail the golden arches!!

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Foxleigh, either you have the most consistent herd on earth(in a commercial setting not a little show tie stall with bought cows(nothing wrong with that either) or your classifiers score everything in the same range. Not much of a bell curve going on there at all. I know enough of those bulls to know you should probaly have some higher and some lower unless your herd is that consistent. I'm pretty sure my encores have a 15 point spread here for example from mid 90's old cows to low 80's(or below) two year olds.
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