This past week has been quite cool all over our great state. This upcoming weekend and through next week it sounds like this will all disappear to be replaced with high 90s!
Last week we pulled the natural service sires from the spring calving cows. The pairs were then moved from their small natural service sire groups into 3 large groups of pairs. The calves are really growing so far this year!
Here's a bull calf (above) and two heifer calves (below) from Andras Fusion R236.
This pair is a GMRA Make It Easy 8226 daughter with a bull calf from Andras Fusion R236.
Two heifer calves out of Bieber Hard Drive Y120.
A Bieber H Hughes W109 bull calf out of a Hust Cheif Sequoya R336 2 year old cow. Below a Bieber H Hughes W109 heifer calf.
A bull calf (left) and heifer calf (right) from Paringa Iron Ore E27.
This pair is a Paringa Iron Ore E27 heifer calf out of a LSF Takeover 9943W 2 year old cow.
Two bull calfs from Bieber Rollin Deep Y118.
A heifer calf from Bieber Rushmore Y106.
A bull calf (left) and heifer calf (right) from Schular Endurance 2101Z.
A bull calf from Bieber Rouse Samurai X22 (above) and a bull calf from LSF Takeover 9943W (below).
We hope the calves and grass are growing in your area!