Herd Sires

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HH W124 Triplecrown Z101

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Remitall Tripecrown ET 139TRemitall Patriot ET 13P
HH Triple Crown W124Remitall Sally 131K
HH Miss Mark 275NHH Mark Domino L76
RJ Ms Tradition 35E
Mohican Hunter 57HMW Eureka 421E 1ET
HH Ms Gator Hunter 645PMohican Sara M14E
RJ Ms Tradition 5HRJ Tradition 67E
RJ Lady Gator 60C

Reg #: 43290013

EPDs (2017)

CED ~ -4.3 | BW ~ 5.9 | WW ~ 64 | YW ~ 101 | Milk ~ 16 | M&G ~ 48

CEM ~ 0.9 | MCW ~ 109 | SC ~ 0.8 | Fat ~ 0.049 | REA ~ 0.42 | IMF ~ 0.09

Z101 is a massive bull in the Triplecrown line that is strong in growth and carcass traits. His mother was a smaller framed Mohican Hunter 57H daughter that produced for 12 years. Z101 marks them well and is having some nice females.

HH T328 Dakota Lad X357

MH Dakota Lad 4202MH Dakota 0230
HH Dakota Lad T328MH Miss Debonair 8305
HH Miss Robin N274SR Robin Hood 249
HH Miss Ore Mark K637
SR Conquer 55SR Rapture 342
HH New Queen T447SR Shana 268
HH Centurion 582PKB Centurion 179
LS Robyn 958

Reg #: 43117785

EPDs (2017)

CED ~ -5.4 | BW ~ 4.5 | WW ~ 49 | YW ~ 84 | Milk ~ 10 | M&G ~ 35

CEM ~ 1.9 | MCW ~ 98 | SC ~ 0.9 | Fat ~ 0.015 | REA ~ 0.30 | IMF ~ 0.03

X357 is a horned bull I raised out of HH Dakota Lad T328, a sire I sold to Gary Ringgenberg, Columbia, SD. It is hard to believe that X357 is a six year old her sire as he still has a youthful look and travels like an athlete. X357 sires length and frame and stamps his offspring with a stylish look.

SR Sterling 852Z

CC 77J Sterling 39TCC 129D Superman 77J
LBH 39T Sterling 53WCC 56M Sylvia 3R
LBH 157K Miss Ribstone 209TK 64H Ribstone Lad 157K
LBH 97J Miss Red Extra 16M
SR Saga 1137CJH Harland 408
SR Sonya 080XSR Rosa 3125
SR Doodles 830Churchill Yankee ET
SR Andrea 283

Reg #: 43313720

EPDs (2017)

CED ~ 4.2 | BW ~ 2.5 | WW ~ 63 | YW ~ 110 | Milk ~ 30 | M&G ~ 62

CEM ~ 4.7 | MCW ~ 135 | SC ~ 1.4 | Fat ~ 0.003 | REA ~ 0.18 | IMF ~ 0.21

Leading off the horned Hereford division is SR Sterling 852Z, raised by the Stuber Ranch in North Dakota. Sterling was used with great success on first calf heifers for a couple years. I would expect most of his sons to be used to lower birth weights. His EPD numbers are exceptional in the birth, growth, carcass and maternal traits. His replacement females look impressive with lots of capacity.