Building Block Females
Click on any of the above colored links or pictures for more information on our Females
We hold a firm belief that it takes not only a quality bull, but also a high quality female to produce exceptional progeny. We have
spent the last few years expanding our herd with what we believe will develope into some breed changing females. I would hate
to think how many miles we put on in the last three years and how many good females we passed up along the way, but we feel
females.  Click on any of the females below to obtain EPD and pedigree information.
M36 was our choice of the bred cows in MM
Herefords Dispersion Sale.  She may be one of
the only line bred Slinger 790 & MM Miss
Master 977 females in the Hereford breed
5506 as bred heifer
5506 was the top selling heifer in Spencer
Herefords 2006 Fall Classic Sale.  Avg weaning
ratio on 4 calves 114.8!
1058 Daughter of M36.
1061 Daughter of 5599
5599 is a trouble free of a cow as any we own.  
She sent a herd bull into a commercial herd
with her 2009 bull calf and her 2010 heifer
pictured is one of our top U332 heifer calves.
W422 Son of T065
T065 is an exciting young FRANK daughter that
can really raise a calf.  Her 2009 bull calf W422
went to a commercial herd in Iowa, and her
2010 bull calf by our T724 bull is shaping up to
be our replacement for him.
48U & 1052
48U is one of our top daughters of R464.  She did
a stellar job with her first calf by T724 with a
weaning ratio of 108.  We expect a lot of good
things in the future out of this cow.
1054 Daughter of T035
T035 very well may be one of the top 9802
daughters in production.  Her first calf W455 is a
bull we leased last season and will be using
ourselves in 2011.  Her 2010 daughter 1054
would be a standout in any herd!
2T was our choice of the bred heifers in the MM
Herefords Dispersion Sale and top sell in that
sale.  She has produced 2 really nice bull calves
for us with and average weaning ration of 108.
T729 is the only daughter that we have out of the
4300 bull from Wiese & Sons.  We really wish that
we had more of them.  T729 had a
130 ratio for
marbling as a yearling, and her first two
daughters are both being retained in our herd.