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BREEDING AGE BULLS FOR SALE
Fullblood Herd Sire Quality: - Exceptional pedigrees, weight gain,
size, good length, outstanding ribeye, butts, small heads
BCP 490 dob 3/3/2014 bw 75 lb ww 602 lbs sired by top Anaborapi bull Quoziente out of BCP 219 by 2x Ntl GR CH JMVP Mr. Hugo
THE BABY - this boy came as a big surprise on 6/11/2014 bw 90 and weaning weight at FOUR 1/2 months 460!!! Sired by BCP 382 (sired by son of Anaborapi bull Laser out of a daughter of Anaborapi bull Cito
BCP 505 rear at age 3 1/2 months. Yes, he is THAT impressive.
Check out our 2015 calves! These boys available in October.
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BCP 509 Quoziento x BCP 243 (bull)
BCP 507 Otello x BCP 212 (heifer)
BCP 508 Quibis x BCP 80 (heifer)
TWO YEAR OLD CONFIRMED BRED HEIFERS AVAILABLE LATE SUMMER 2015.
PLEASE EMAIL IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE PLACED ON WAIT LIST.
BCP 476 heifer by Quesito dob 4-16 bw 75
BCP 482 heifer Quantum x BCP 117 dob
BCP 494 heifer by BCP 351 x BCP 198 dob 5-6-2014 bw 80
SHE WILL BE AVAILABLE IN 2016!
Accepting names for our 2015 Sale Heifers
These will be two old confirmed bred heifers
- bred AI to Anaborapi bulls, then exposed to AI sired bull.
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Please go to www.anaborapi.it for epds on all imported sires; we have no meaningful epds for any us bred piedmontese cattle - reason I use the imported semen.
Click on british flag upper right corner for English
go down right side to bull catalog "Buta Bin", then enter bull by name
bulls are rated by percent - 100 is average, better is higher than 100; poor is less than 100
example: you can check out Laser, Cedro, Tyson
non-anaborapi Italian bulls such as Olmo, Sirio Ograt have no epds, but are PAUS gold trophy bulls for offspring winning in show ring.
most times to visit ok. We are located on Hwy 77 11 miles north of Elberton
ALL BREEDING AGE BULLS ARE SEMEN TESTED. ALL YOUNGER BULLS ARE GUARANTEED BREEDABLE
IF SEMEN TESTED PRIOR TO PLACING WITH COWS.
As I went through my breeding program (again) with the folks yesterday, who plan to shift from crossbreeding to fullbloods as females become available,
I emphasized AGAIN the incredible importance of certain things to avoid calving problems in FULLBLOODS (not relevant to crossbreeding):
1.Use stock from animals with a proven record of unassisted calving
2.Use semen with good EPDs for birth ease (ease of baby being born) AND calving ease (the ability of the daughters to calve; inversely related to birth ease)
3.Insure that you have adequate selenium - either in soil plus regular minerals or a very high selenium mineral supplement such as ADM Moorman's Range minerals.
4.Calve when forage is at its lowest but grass will be coming in as soon as calves are born. in NE Georgia, that means calving March-April.
5.Know when your calves are due and do not let them go overdue - if body condition is poor to medium, then can go two weeks over; if body condition high; give 10 mls dexamethasone (optional plus 5 ml Lutalyse) due date
GUIDELINES ON THE CARE
AND FEEDING OF YOUNG BULLS AND BRED HEIFERS, click here