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9th Annual Joint Production Bull Sale

Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 1:00 PM
Tullyfergus Angus - Lyons, NY

Joint Production Bull Sale Catalog

Above: 3 females; Tullyfergus Arianne 245, who is the dam of lot 4, Tullyfergus Adirondack 413, is a 9yr old Boyd New Day daughter who will qualify as a pathfinder this year, making her a second generation pathfinder in our program. Tullyfergus Blackbird 74 is a 10 yr old pathfinder 004 daughter who is the dam of lot 7 Tullyfergus Blacktop 134, a high performance Just Right son. Blackbird 74 is also the dam of the 3rd female featured in this video; Tullyfergus Black Belle 18, a Bushwacker daughter who posts 5@ 98 bw, 5@ 104 ww with a 362d interval. She is the dam of the lot 13 featured heifer calf Tullyfergus Blackbird 403. She is also the granddam of our top SAV Pioneer 7301 son in the sale Tullyfergus Black Ice 114.
Above: Tullyfergus Miss Bright 280 who is the dam of the lot 16 heifer calf Tullyfergus Miss Bindy 104 by Really Windy 4097. This cow is a maternal granddaughter of our Miss Burgess 121 cow sired by a grandson of 121. With 3@ 93bw and 3@ 101ww and a 339d interval we are enthused by the potential this young cow will have on our program and highly recommend consideration of her daughter lot 16.
Above: Tullyfergus Adirondack 413, the lot 4 bull in our sale. I try not to get too over hyped about individuals, I think it is important for breeders to find the right type and kind of cattle for your needs and environment but this herd sire prospect is something special. I talked about his dam above (Arianne 245) but to add a little more background his granddam, a Leachman Explorer daughter, was in our program til this summer when she weaned her final calf as a 12 yr old. She was a pathfinder until last year, every year since she was first eligible. She also raised two sets of twins herself in the course of her life and we flushed her twice in that time. 413's great granddam was a Scotch Cap daughter that we selected from the Kyburg herd when we first established our herd on this side of the pond. At the time she was the second highest ratio'ing cow in their herd (second to the dam of 121) and was second cow we flushed (the first being 121's dam). She remained in our herd until she was 16. That's the background (I could also add that his great-great-granddam also remained in production to her late teens!) Unfortunately 413 didn't feel like moving around too much for the camera but I think gives a fair representation of his type. He has been a standout from the start and we will be using him in our herd for sure. At this point I expect we will sell 1/2 interest and retain some pasture rights, by arrangement with the purchaser. Did I mention I really like this calf?

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