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Durham sons are everywhere... But i can't find one from the Roxy family(for one of my strange brainstorms), does anyone out there know of any?
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At Longhaven Farms, they just flushed a Gibson Heifer from Roxy Family with Durham, you have to wait 2 years. emoticon



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There is a Durham from Brigeen Integrity Robin. In the UK Semen World sell semen from him.
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Brigeen Riley is our son from Robin but he is an Emory!
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shouldn't have long to wait on the durham sons, saw a couple down the way on the last US proofs, none quite doing it yet but there is sure to be more coming through, may be worth waiting for a proof on a few rather than using a youngster

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A Durham son to keep an eye on

HEAVENLEE DURHAM DUBUQUE

X Storm X SNOW-N DELLIAS DESSIE X SNOW-N DENISES DELLIA

Durham X Storm X Blackstar X Cheifmark

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I spoke to a good friend who has seen 15 Dubuques, and raves about them, really good rear udders, very log and dairy and top notch feet and legs. He says fore udders are well attached, but a little short, but this is picking holes in a potentially high type bull. He is tv and UK available!! Looking forward to getting some soon!
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Frodo you seem to have a lot of information on a certain [sign in to see URL] thing to declare????????

Does your "friend" have any clues as to production figures his prediction would be quite low.

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I would not be getting too excited about production figures at this point. As you say, his eptas look a little low, which is what I would expect. His dam has milked real well with exceptional protein, but a Durham son? Expect high type, great management traits but not earth shattering milk. Anything to declare? Mmm, I try to keep very unbiased, if you think im too close to the line, bollock me. Im used to my dad doing it!
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 emoticon No problem!

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