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well you need to remeber that what my husband considers to be not breed onible had angus [sign in to see URL] heifers are from cows who mostly were GP first class themselves or VG.
All the dams were mated to correct faults even tho most of the bulls are progeny test or have limited [sign in to see URL] bulls have generations of EX dams.
Classifiers here are supposed to be even so doesnt matter who you get.
The senior classifier was really hard on feet and legs.
One of the younger ones admitted he had trouble classifying rear udders on very stale heifers.
Overall the senior classifier commented on what a good even line heifers we had and we should be pleased.
The budjon bulls were a disappointment and I thought the heifers were all lucky to score as well as they did.










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3 Skagvale confidences 81,80 and 78 (78 was in 12 months ,thought she mighteve been 80)
2 avonlea raider jetmasters 82 & 80
2 mr manhattens 82 and 80
4 pinehurst elations 81,81,81,78 (thought the 78 couldve been 80)
3 foxleigh emphatics 82,81,80
3 wilonna deliverys 82,78,77 (real hard on feet and legs)
2 marcrest encores 82 and 80 (had thought 84 and 82)
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 (had thought 80 - f&L)
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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Classified last weekend and had 2EX, 19 vg AND 6 GP, not bad for us.

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Had a god day today,made up for last time!

12 Excellents, 10 Vg's

9 new Ex :3 Rudolphs all 90,3 Addisons all 90, Lord Lily 90, Juror 91,Integrity 91.

3 repeat Ex

Hokes Linddera Ex92 6E
Rudolph Fern Ex92 3E
Grandslam Fleur Ex91 2E

3 VG85 2yrs

Principal Ebony
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Outside Gremlin (4 days fresh!)

In hindsight should of put a lot more in for Vg!







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A good day in deed Mark. You must be rueing the day you decided to use Addison, what with the daughters going excellent and on the verge of producing fifty tons. emoticon

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Aye, bloody hopeless bull especially when the one that came third in our herd competitions was dry and will have to wait until the summer to go excellent(along with another two or maybe three over the next two runs).
Wish I'd never heard of the bull,if only I'd used Leduc instead. emoticon

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We classifed on March 13th. Here are the highlights. We had a Durham 5 yr old score EX 94, two other Durhams score EX 93 (both are scored 95 MS). A daughter of Pinehurst Starz also score EX 94. Two other Durhams scored EX 92, one is Long-Haven Durham Randi, she scored 92 in her 2nd lactation and is an 11th generation Excellent. Randi's 2 year old daughter by Skyfame scored VG just one month fresh. A Stormatic granddaughter of Elegance scored VG and 2 yr. Herd totals are now 28 EX, 24 VG, and 5 GP. There is one EX 95, 4 at 94, 4 at 93, and 9 at 92.

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Wow!! Congratulations!
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congrats Howie32,
what kind of average score are we talking about here?

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Congrats, very impressive. Who ever thought a Starz from airliner's family would go 94 (smile)? I know why you all love durham.
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Yeah, I'd take a whole barn full of Durhams. Although, it is getting a little difficult finding bulls to use on them, especially with all of the Durham sons.

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