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Sale Day Phones: 712.643.5761 Trevor Roche....................................... 208.880.7676 Nick Weaver.........................................712.870.1634

Auctioneer:

Settlement & Bidding:

If you are unable to be present, contact one of the sale consultants to place a bid or be contacted during the sale or bid via dvauction.com.

Breeding Guarantee:

John Schaben

Consultants: Brad Smith............................................712.209.1500 Shannon Voegele.................................605.750.0207 Tim Burke.............................................402.750.0440 Gary Olrichs..........................................712.548.6481 Chris Beutler.........................................402.380.8244 John Sachau.........................................712.267.2200 Kelvin Jorgenson..................................402.366.9475 James Felt............................................402.369.0513 Kerry Lawrence....................................740.404.0463

All females are sold under the condition “safe in calf” and attested to by a license veterinarian. They sell with no further guarantee.

Liability:

All persons attending this sale do so at their own risk, legal or otherwise, for their safety or the behavior of the animals. The owners, auction service and sale staff assume no liability for property loss or any accidents that may occur.

Announcements:

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It is with great pleasure and anticipation to present to you the 2014 offering of the first ever Western Exposure Female Sale. When I was considering the sale I knew, without a doubt, that I had to bring my best or I was going to be one and done. We are a commercial cow operation with a horrible addiction of trying to raise show steers. For the past fifteen years we have been keeping many clubby type females back with hopes of raising the next great one. We have good intentions, but usually they get turned out with a bull and never see the straw of BIM or MAB they anxiously await. The high hopes of the next Denver Champion are lost to the realization that we eat because of the 600 lb. calf and not the fuzzy eared freak. With 2,500 commercial cows, only one hired guy, and a Border Collie that’s smarter than your honor student, there just aren’t enough hours to get it all done. With that being said, please realize that this group of females have been selected from the heart of our herd. They were not under special treatment the past year or in a dry lot on the fat ration. The majority of the cows have weaned a calf this fall or were fall calvers and spun for the spring. They stayed out on grass till November and are in perfect condition. The bred heifers ran on grass until mid October in the high country of central Idaho. They have not been pampered and will not require any special treatment. They are bred to produce, not just picture. I feel anyone could incorporate these western genetics into their herd and feel the financial impact the first year and for years to come. I believe there are many potential donor candidates offered as well as the start of many soon to be famous cow families. The offering is deep with a heavy influence of Simmental, Angus, and Club Calf genetics that can be an asset for any progressive herd. I thank you for your interest in the cattle, and please do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.

- Trevor Roche

“We couldn’t be happier with the cattle we bought from Roche Cattle Company. The semi load of bred heifers calved in February 2013 in our hoop barn. They were very quiet and gentle to work with, easy calving, and extremely maternal. The weaning weights were through the roof and the keeper heifers look to have some real promise for the future of our herd. You can’t go wrong with sound, functional cattle that are maternally and performance driven with elite show pedigrees. Thanks again for sharing your genetics and a piece of your program. It was great doing business with you.” - Andy and Larry Platner from Lisbon Iowa


Fall 2011

1

Roche 110A

Bred Heifer

Reg #EF1142733

PB Charolais

SIRE: WCC REVELATION DAM: WYOMING WIND

AI 4/26 Total Solution

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

Two years ago we stopped at the local sale barn to buy some Angus cattle from a dispersion sale. The breeder had both Charolais and Angus cattle and was selling everything with four legs. After selling all the purebred cattle they had two pair of purebred Angus cows with week-old Charolais ET calves on their side. I’m not going to act like I had a clue what we were buying because I still don’t really know what I got; but I think we got a good one. Last fall when we were shipping calves whitey was heading towards the truck when I cut her off just because I heard the Char deal was heating up and I wanted to participate. This white beauty is as sexy fronted as any crossbred known to man. Plus, she has the square hip and rear leg set that Char breeders only dream about. Yes, she’s a purebred and, yes, she is the real deal! Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 1

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Roche 54

Spring 2012

2

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: DRIVER DAM: ANGUS

AI 4/26 Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

If we were smart and followed the pig industry on making cattle all look the same, we would use this heifer as a prototype. You can breed this heifer so many different ways and get successful results and expose her to any environment and she will thrive. She is super big middled, soft muscled and just the right size to keep her condition and raise a big calf. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 2

Spring 2012

3

Roche 84Y

Bred Heifer

Reg #2646696

PB Simmental

SIRE: UPGRADE DAM: MISS YARDLEY P19

AI 4/13 WLE Uno Mas X549 PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Kiddo Son The next two lots are out of a Meyer GD from the historic Yardley herd. The donor is a knock out and I don’t expect anything different from the daughters. Lot 3 is a tank. She is so powerful and massive for her stature. She is a donor candidate for sure and will do great things.

LOT 3

Spring 2012

4

AI 4/26

Roche 83Y

Bred Heifer

Reg #2646696

PB Simmental

SIRE: SVF STEEL FORCE DAM: MISS YARDLEY P19

Trifecta

PE 5/1-7/15

OCC Kiddo Son

The only thing cooler then a black baldy is a red one right! Steel Force out of the P19 donor cow (Meyer GD) how can you go wrong here. She’s pretty from the side and with that sweet blaze she’ll have the cleanup bulls praying you didn’t get this one stuck AI. This one will raise the high dollar show heifers. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 4

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LOT 5

Spring 2012

5

Roche 472

Bred Heifer

Reg #Eligible

PB Angus

SIRE: LEES OUTLAW DAM: BSAR JEWELL 005 x OCC GENERAL

AI 4/26 Express (Rito 6EM3 x 1407)

PE 5/1-7-15

Express

Outlaw is a purebred Angus bull owned by Lee Cattle in Colorado and probably one of the most consistent Angus bulls we have used. He drops a load of muscle in his offspring and gives them the cool look. She is pretty darn complete and extremely stout for being a purebred. Her mother is one of our best Angus cows and a full sister to our lead Angus donor that averages 24 eggs per flush. I am going to sell her, but if someone wanted to partner on her give me a call. I think the world of her and would love to make her a donor! I’ll flush her, and you sell the overpriced show heifers. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

Spring 2012

7

AI 4/26

Roche 745 Bred Heifer

½ An x ¼ Sim

SIRE: NEXT STEP DAM: DOC x 734

Final Product

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

This girl is going to be a future donor and you can take that to the bank. Her pedigree is stamped with maternal excellence. Next Step females are awesome, then add a shot of Doc with the backing of the best Meyer cow on the place! This will be a cash cow! Don’t weaken here. She will raise a high dollar fuzzy, but you better get a pile of females out of this one. Ten years from now the new proud owner will be talking about this future cow family. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 6

Roche oak 1

Spring 2012

6

Bred Heifer

Reg #17289976

PB Angus

SIRE: BRILLIANCE DAM: TC FREEDOM

AI 5/10 Hoover Dam

PE 5/15-7/20

Upward x 004

Brilliance cattle are flat working out west and here’s the prime example. Just the right size, stout made, big topped, good boned and balanced so well the only flaw I see is that her eyelashes could be another quarter inch. Not only does she have the look of a great cow, she was also the Grand Champion Angus female at the Utah State Fair. Owning this girl would be the same as marrying a beauty queen that can cook, clean and bring home the bacon...sounds like a good deal to me. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

Spring 2012

8

AI 4/26

Roche 467 Bred Heifer

Crossbred

SIRE: DR. OZ x DR. WHO DAM: TEXY 467 x HEATWAVE

Total Solution

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Dr. Oz is a Dr. Who son from Bob May that has sired some outstanding females around here. They are big bellied with a gob of hair and sexy front. Nothing different here, she’s stout, hairy and has the mother cow look. Not the typical fuzzy one that just oozes “calf starver” if she has him alive! Her mother sells as lot 88.

Feel free to call us with any questions! Trevor Roche: 208.880.7676 Nick Weaver: 712.870.1634

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LOT 8


W 12Z

Spring 2012

9

Bred Heifer

¼ Sim x ¾ An

SIRE: OCC LEGEND SON DAM: AFTERSHOCK x ANGUS

AI 5/11 I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

She will be impressive as a front pasture, donor female! Huge ribbed and deep sided with cow written all over her. Making money with this one could be pretty easy. Circle this one January 4th - not just another blackbaldie! Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 9

W 494z

Spring 2012

10

Bred Heifer

Crossbred

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: STRICTLY BUSINESS x ANGUS

AI 5/10 I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

Amazing substance and power she possesses. She is balanced, feminine and sound in her make up. Her Strictly Business mama is a big hipped, heavy milking, brood cow machine.

LOT 10

W 25z

Spring 2012

11

Bred Heifer

¾ Angus

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: 284 (NEW HORIZON X SAUGAHATCHEE 3000C)

AI 5/9 I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

Out of the powerful, Angus donor “284” - one hell of a cow! Big bodied, big footed, flat shouldered and fluid in her movement. Her first I-80 calf could pay big dividends! Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 11

W 9z

Spring 2012

12

AI 5/16 I-80

LOT 12

Bred Heifer

Sim/Angus/Chi

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: MEYER 734 x ANGUS

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

She has cow written all over her. One of the most maternal Monopoly’s I’ve seen. Hairy, big bodied and huge footed. Full sibling steer sold this fall for $7,250. Her I-80 calf could be priceless. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs. WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 7


roche 0112

Spring 2012

13

Bred Heifer

Reg #17270245

PB Angus

SIRE: LIMESTONE GREAT DIVIDE DAM: BEAR MOUNTAIN BLACKBIRD 816

AI 4/20 Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Ultra Wide Son

This Great Divide daughter has got it all. Super big middled, pretty fronted and stout for an Angus. She already has the mother cow look with the show heifer front and a great pedigree. Bid with confidence on this one.

LOT 13

Spring 2012

14

roche 29 mal

Bred Heifer

Reg #17244619

PB Angus

SIRE: CONNEALLY REFLECTION DAM: MALSON PHANTASY 104

AI 4/15 Conneally Confidence

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

Ditto to the lot above her minus the Lookout part. This heifer is as pretty as they come and bred for an early calf. If she doesn’t wet your whistle take a drink because you’re wrong! This is good stock!

LOT 14

Spring 2012

15

AI 4/26

Roche 781

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

PB Angus

SIRE: PROWLER DAM: OCC EUREKA

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Jesse James

The natural calf out of my OCC Eureka Donor that somehow goes back to a famous OCC cow at Griswolds. The guy who bred this one called me one day out of the blue and explained to me how rare and special she is…it was all over my head, and I’m still confused about what we talked about, but I’ll guarantee she’s good! Hard to put much more meat into an Angus and still have some length and size. This one will be a future donor.

Spring 2012

16

AI 4/26

LOT 15

Roche 18

Bred Heifer

Reg #17337455

PB Angus

SIRE: J P WOODHILL ADMIRAL 921 DAM: L L W MISS BURGESS 352

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

A really nice PB Angus with a load of substance and brood cow look. She won’t do you wrong. PAGE 8 • WESTERN EXPOSURE


Spring 2012

17

Roche 632

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

PB Angus

SIRE: EXARPAF MI E213 x BR MIDLAND DAM: HTP EASTWOOD X W A RITO EASTWOOD

AI 4/26

Express

PE 5/1-7/15

Express

These next two lots come from a set of purebred cows we bought out of Texas during the horrific drought they suffered a few years back. The whole herd originates from Express breeding with many of the cows stamped with the EX on the shoulder. This heifer is as nice made as an Angus comes. She’s cocky fronted, big middled and stout. They are both bred to a phenomenal son of 6EM3 Rito from Express that I bought with the cows from Texas. He was originally purchased for 18k! Don’t shy from this future mating.

LOT 17

Spring 2012

18

Roche 551

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

PB Angus

SIRE: EXAR PROFESSIONAL 4141 DAM: HTP LADY VANESSA x EXAR 263C

AI 4/26 Express (Rito 6EM3 x 1407)

PE 5/1-7/15 Express

Same story as the lot above. These two looks like twins and it would be a great idea to bundle these together. Sexy fronted, sappy middled in a great structure.

LOT 18

Roche 752

Spring 2012

19

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

¾ An ¼ Sim

SIRE: OPPORTUNITY DAM: NEXT STEP x SPOT DONOR

AI 4/26

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Very similar in pedigree and phenotype as the Lot 7. She is out of Opportunity, which boasts amazing actual numbers & EPDs with his crossbred look and a drop dead gorgeous, Next Step daughter out of our Spot donor. Not only does she have a great pedigree but will make a phenomenal cow. Whoever buys this one, I expect a Christmas card for selling a future donor.

Spring 2012

21

AI 4/26

Roche 201

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Spring 2012

20

AI 4/26

Roche 741

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

¾ Angus

SIRE: NEXT STEP DAM: RODMAN

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Mark my words, this will be a great one. Whoever drags this one home please call me in 6 months, and if you like her send me a christmas card next year. If you don’t…thanks for the business. No worries here, honestly the Next Step daughters are as good as they come.

½ Angus

SIRE: IRISH WHISKEY DAM: RODMAN

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Every sale needs a Whiskey and we even have them in Idaho! There’s a reason these things are hot right now and it’s not just because the semen cost $500+! Take a long look at this female and there won’t be much you don’t like. Shes super stylish, stout, good haired and broody!

LOT 21


Spring 2012

22

Roche 753

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

PB Angus

SIRE: NEXT STEP DAM: NEW EDITION x ANCHOR

AI 4/26

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Spring 2012

23

Roche 742

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

¾ Angus

SIRE: NEXT STEP DAM: NEW EDITION x ANCHOR

AI 4/26

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Another great Next Step daughter that proves the amazing consistency he is able to sire. Of course, he laid over and died last spring in the corral for no reason. Only the good ones die and the rat-tail, skunk marked, no eared, freemartin lives on! All of these Next Steps will lie down, spit a calf out and have the best udders of all your bred heifers. Same with this one, I expect nothing less.

Spring 2012

24

Roche 742

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

½ Angus

SIRE: NEXT STEP DAM: MEYER GD

AI 4/26 Workin Man

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

I had a slight mix-up when breeding this heifer last spring. I thought I had a Brilliance straw in the gun and after breeding her I realized it was actually Working Man. I chased it with the Brilliance straw, but I’m not going to sell her to you that way. She is a flat good individual backed by a Meyer GD that is as powerful as they come. The splash of white on her head sure doesn’t hurt.

LOT 24

Jesse James

Spring 2012

25

AI 4/26 Full brother to Frank

Spring 2012

26

AI 4/26

Roche 64

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

Roche 250

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MAINE-ANJOU DAM: ANGUS

Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

James

½ Simmental

SIRE: AMERICAN DREAM DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Out of a full sib, to the now famous Driver and Dream Catcher, there should definitely be some consistency in this one. I could call her a Meyer and everyone would jump all over her, but we won’t for now. Super complete nice made, balanced, and a blaze! PAGE 10 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

LOT 26


Spring 2012

27

Roche 39r

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: AMERICAN DREAM DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

AI 4/26 Final Product

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

If you are looking for a heifer that will raise some pounds, this is the lady. She is a beast and has done it all on grass. She is one that I see crossing great on a little fuzzy, crippled bull or raising some great % Simmental cattle.

LOT 27

Spring 2012

28

Roche 52

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: BROKER DAM: SIMMENTAL x ANGUS

AI 4/26

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

It’s the first go round for the Broker females, and by the looks of things, they are not going to disappoint. They are made right from the ground up with a soft muscle look for a purebred Simmental.

LOT 28

Spring 2012

29

AI 4/26

Roche 010l

Bred Heifer

Reg #2687292

PB Simmental

SIRE: TRIPLE C BETTIS DAM: LE ZONED IN x IN DEW TIME

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Express

This heifer comes from a neighbor we ran next to in Southern Idaho. They have real-world, purebred Simmentals that have to summer on ground not high enough in elevation for good grass and winter on ground not low enough to stay out of the snow. They not only survive; they thrive. She will be a great cow. She was brought off grass mid-November. I would say she’s kept herself in pretty good condition.

This semi was hit on the trai n tracks near ranch. It was our empty when hit.

Spring 2012

30

AI 4/26

LOT 30

Roche 39r

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: MO BETTER DAM: DR. WHO

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

She would not take a decent picture if her life depended on it, but if you see this one in person you will only be impressed. Big middled, huge boned, good sized and a great blaze face to sire some awesome females. She could raise fuzzies or Simmentals. WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 11


Spring 2012

31

Spring 2012

32

Roche ntup

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

Reg # Eligible

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

If you haven’t noticed, our pictures were taken after the first week in December. I love it when cattle are pictured mid-October for winter sales, with dingleberries hanging on them and the future buyer wonders why they don’t keep their flesh better than they do. This Upgrade daughter is a prime example of how a cow should thrive on grass. She came home way late from the high country, but has absolutely exploded since getting on feed in November. She is a real world female. Breed her anyway you so desire and she will get it done.

½ Simmental

SIRE: UPGRADE DAM: NEW EDITION x ANCHOR

AI 4/26

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Recently people have been going crazy over these cattle that keep their condition all year long. They usually need a stool to reach the water trough and only raise a 900 pound yearling bull calf. That doesn’t work in the commercial world. I’ve also never met someone that couldn’t ride a roller coaster without disco boots that wasn’t an easy keeper themselves. This type of cattle needs more size but with the same fleshing ability. Cattle need to grow! This heifer is a prime example of one that will do exactly that. Take this one home and look smart. She will not disappoint.

Spring 2012

34

½ Simmental

SIRE: UPGRADE DAM: EXT GD

AI 4/26

LOT 31

Roche 1515

Bred Heifer

Roche 93y

Bred Heifer

Reg #2651293

¾ Simmental

SIRE: CONCLUSION 437 x MEYER 734 DAM: MISS JR LUCKY ONE T62

AI 4/22 Trifecta

PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Ultra Wide Son

I absolutely love this one! If you are looking to raise a fuzzed up mongrel or a Simmental show heifer, this one can do it and the Simmentals will register as purebred. It’s the best of both worlds! Purebred Simmental or finally some consistent stability on the bottom side when bred to a clubby. Did I mentioned she is pencil necked with a load of guts and more than enough hip?

LOT 32

Spring 2012

33

Roche 80Y

Bred Heifer

AI 4/22 Trifecta

35

PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Ultra Wide Son

Roche 79y

Bred Heifer

Reg #2640838

PB Simmental

SIRE: DIKEMANS SURE BET DAM: BLACK JOKER

AI 4/22 Trifecta

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PB Simmental

You won’t go wrong here and you can thank me later! This heifer comes from the high country where they run from wolves and chase the bears. She will raise one of the biggest calves in the herd and will breed back if she’s within ten feet of the bull. This is what I call good cattle. Stout, soft, big boned and complete.

Spring 2012

LOT 34

Reg #2651297

SIRE: SAND RANCH HAND DAM: J & C WILMA W224

PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Ultra Wide Son


Roche 100y

Spring 2012

36

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

1/2 Simmental

SIRE: SHERIFF TAYLOR DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

AI 4/22 Trifecta

PE 5/1-7/15 OCC Ultra Wide Son

Nevada

Fall 2011

Bred Heifer

37

AI 4/26

Roche 60

Not Registered

½ An ¼ Ma ¼ Sim

SIRE: OCC LEGEND SON DAM: AFTERSHOCK

Final Product

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Lot 37 is a ¾ Sister to the Lot 9 that Weaver bought out of my online sale last fall. She is sired by the same Legend bull and an Aftershock cow that knocks it out of the park every year. Minus the blaze face of her sister, she is very similar in type and kind. Stout broody bred female!

LOT 37

Spring 2012

LOT 38

38

AI 6/25

W 927Z

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

¾ An ¼ Sim

SIRE: RSVP DAM: SAV FINAL ANSWER

I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

The value of these RSVP females continue to improve. She’s moderate framed, broody and deep. Her final answer momma is a whale bellied pb angus cow. Her I-80 could be a keeper, bull or heifer.

Spring 2012

39

AI 5/14

W 225Z

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: WHO MADE WHO x SIMMENTAL

I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

If this mating doesn’t work, I’m not sure what will. She’s stout and chubby middled. Her I-80 could be a pasture standout next fall. Great disposition for a front pasture momma cow!

LOT 39 WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 13


LOT 40

W 11Z

Spring 2012

40

AI 5/9

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

LOT 41

Crossbred

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: MEYER 734 x ANGUS

I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

W 48Z

Spring 2012

41

LOT 45

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

½ Sim ½ An

SIRE: GRIZZLY DAM: 3C MACHO x ANGUS

AI 5/25

I-80

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

Brood cow deluxe! Hippo bellied! Her momma is a ground sow and milks like a holstein. Her I-80 baby could blow the doors off. Call me when she calves.

As maternal bred as they come, and baldie too boot! Feminine, geek necked and sound. If there’s a baldie I-80 inside her, hold onto your hats!

ROCHE 74

ROCHE 15 callen

Spring 2012

42

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: FLASHBACK DAM: MAINE x ANGUS 90

AI 4/26 Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Spring 2012

43

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: DR. OZ x DR. WHO DAM: CALLEN 15

AI 4/26

Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Looking at cattle on these desert ranches is kind of like going to a thrift shop. Usually it’s a bunch of junk that looks rough but every once in a while you find a diamond in the rough and we got one here. This one’s mother is not the most picturesque to look at (kind of like me) but she raises good looking stock (just like me). She always raised a ripping good calf so I finally AI’d her and wow! She spit out a Driver this spring that looks awesome too! Remember, the ugly mom in high school with the pretty daughter...same thing here. This one will make money!

This heifer’s mother came from a ranch we lease in Southern Idaho that should be paid admission to visit. The day I picked this heifer’s mother up I saw a dog get roped at full speed off horseback (quite impressive), a coyote get ran down by greyhounds (you can guess what happened to ‘Ol Wiley) and the most amazing first calf heifer get on the truck (Callen 15). She looked like the Denver champion with a bag. Kinda like a body builder with man boobs. Super, super, super hairy with an ox foot and bone galore. I bred her AI that first year but the clean up bull got her and looks like it worked out alright!

ROCHE 3ec

ROCHE 72

Spring 2012

44

AI 4/26

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: WHO MADE WHO

Brilliance

PAGE 14 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Spring 2012

45

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: MEYER 734

AI 4/26 Total Solution

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James


Spring 2012

46

ROCHE ntec

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: DONOR S65 MEYER x 6807

AI 6/1 Friskey Whiskey PE 6/3-7/15 Dream On x Anchor

Spring 2012

48

ROCHE 3546

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Spring 2012

47

ROCHE 2416

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MASTER OF PUPPETS DAM: 2416 ENERGIZER

AI 4/26 Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

Crossbred

SIRE: EL RUSHBO x UNFORGIVEN DAM: 3546 x DRY ICE

AI 4/26 Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

El Rushbo is an Unforgiven son that I sold into Texas last year. He was the stoutest bull to ever walk the place and sired some humdingers. This heifer is nothing different. If you are looking for the freak of the party this one fits the mold. Dam sells as Lot 83.

LOT 48

Spring 2012

49

ROCHE 2442

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: TRIFECTA x MEYER 734 DAM: SOONER

AI 4/26 Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

As pretty as they come with some awesome markings. Her mother is a favorite and will enter ET production this spring. This one has cow written all over her.

LOT 49

Spring 2012

50

ROCHE 293

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

5/8 Simmental

SIRE: KING LOUIE DAM: MEYER GD

AI 4/26 Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

Spring 2012

51

ROCHE 403

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: CHI x MAINE

AI 4/26 Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 15


Spring 2012

52

ROCHE 2k

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: KEMOSABE DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

AI 4/26 Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

Spring 2012

53

AI 4/26 Brilliance

54

55

ROCHE 5-101

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Ma ½ An

PE 5/1-7/15 Frank James

ROCHE 9-84

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: CHOPPER DAM: DATELINE ANGUS

AI 4/26

Spring 2012

Not Registered

SIRE: HARD DRIVE DAM: DATELINE ANGUS

Spring 2012

LOT 54

ROCHE ntbb

Bred Heifer

Next Step

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

These next two lots are ¾ sisters and come from a group of Dateline Angus cows that are absolute beasts. These two are bred for maternal excellence with an exotic look and it worked times ten. They will both make exceptional cows and could raise either the ever so hard to sell high percentage Simmental show heifers, or a fuzzy eared steers. I like this type a whole bunch and you should too!

½ Simmental

SIRE: DATELINE ANGUS DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

AI 4/26

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

LOT 55

Spring 2012

56

AI 4/26

ROCHE 8-130

Bred Heifer

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

Spring 2012

Frank James

57

SIRE: KEMOSABE DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

Bismarck

PAGE 16 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

PE 5/1-7/15

ROCHE 36R

Bred Heifer

Reg #AR55860

ShorthornPlus

SIRE: JSF CAPICHE x JAKES PROUD JAZZ DAM: SIN CITY x TRUMP

AI 4/26 Final Product

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James


Spring 2012

58

ROCHE 26

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: CHOPPING WOOD DAM: MEYER 734

AI 4/26 Total Solution

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

LOT 58

Spring 2012

59

ROCHE 227

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: ALIAS DAM: RADIO ACTIVE

AI 4/26

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

This gal is as neat marked as they come and one of the neatest made heifers in the offering. To be flat honest, I wasn’t too impressed until we burned the gobs of hair off this one and WOW! She has the look and she’s got the pedigree. Her mother has raised a great one every year.

Spring 2012

60

ROCHE 34r

Bred Heifer

Reg #F1152507

PB Charolais

SIRE: HACC TRES RIOS 582 (Wyoming Wind Son) DAM: LL PROFIT TREASURE

AI 4/26

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

LOT 59

Spring 2012

61

ROCHE 32r

Bred Heifer

Reg #F1153689

PB Charolais

SIRE: TR THE FIREMAN 9704 x FIREWATER DAM: 3G’s I’M TUFF ENOUGH x WYOMING WIND

AI 4/26

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

These next three are all registered Chars and made right. They are big belled, soft muscled cattle. This type of cattle crossed on to a Monopoly or MAB should click just right.

Spring 2012

62

AI 4/26

ROCHE 33r

Bred Heifer

Reg #F1152558

PB Charolais

SIRE: TR THE FIREMAN 9704 x FIREWATER DAM: NF CLEAN CHACHING x WYOMING WIND

Brilliance

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

Spring 2012

63

AI 4/26

ROCHE t221

Bred Heifer

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: NASTY HABIT DAM: ANGUS

Bismarck

PE 5/1-7/15

Frank James

WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 17


2009

64

AI 6/8

ROCHE 1125

Bred Cow

Not Registered

PB Hereford

SIRE: PUREBRED HEREFORD DAM: PREBRED HEREFORD

Man Among Boys

PE Workin Man

I’ll be one of the last people to ever admit I like a Hereford, but I think we brought a pretty good one to town. About two years ago I bought a semi load of these pee hearted, white faces and sorted off the best to breed clubby. This thing is an absolute tank and has all the parts to raise those high dollar, Hereford marked steers. I flushed her to Carpe Diem last spring and got 8 eggs. She is a purebred, but papers are not available. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 64

2008

65

AI 5/18

LOT 65

2005

66

AI 6/8

ROCHE 2003

Bred Cow

Not Registered

ROCHE 2194

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: FAVORITE BULL DAM: YOUR BEST COW

Monopoly 2

PE Tebow

The opportunities with this cow are endless! I mean that literally because I have no clue what her pedigree is! Once you get her home you can call her a Meyer, Full Flush, Chill Factor or Beefmaster, the opportunities are endless. I found her in a group of 400 commercial cows we had out in Jordan Valley, Oregon. A 450lb weaned calf in Jordan Valley is a monster. Bear Grylls would last about 8 hours in this country. To think this beast was roaming around there since her first calf heifer days speak volumes about her. No round bale feeder or scope of silage needed to keep her alive. She has survived on a grasshoppers ration! Based on her bangs tattoo, there is a good chance she is an Ali, but I’m not guaranteeing anything. I flushed her this spring to Monopoly and got 11 eggs. Her natural calf out of some sorry bull roaming the desert sold for $2,000 this fall. I can’t even imagine how good her Monopoly 2 calf will look this spring. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

Crossbred

SIRE: WHO MADE WHO DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

Walks Alone

PE Tebow

Step up to the plate here boys! Big time donor potential! Her first calf sold for an astounding 20k to Texas. Her next calf sold for 25k to Iowa and she averages over 30 eggs per flush. Ever noticed how the top cows in most sales have over 100k in sales by the age of 4! I’m sure that has happened, but let’s be honest. I actually have no data on this cow. She was my pick of the bred heifers a few years back but has always been out and about and never close to home. She has never been AI bred. She could be the next great one! Roll the dice here, it could be snake eyes! PAGE 18 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

LOT 66


2006

67

AI 6/24

Bred Cow

ROCHE 118

Reg #2371425

PB Simmental

SIRE: BAR CK BULL DOZER x LUCKY DICE DAM: NICHOLS LEGACY

Workin Man

PE Workin Man

If you are looking for a big time, purebred Simmental donor you might want to stumble into this little ol’ lady’s pen January 4th. She’s the real deal and quite impressive in person, on video or standing in a bog. Super soft made with a great front end for being pure. Bid with confidence on this one, she’s the type that your neighbor’s salebarn bull can jump the fence and breed and still make you money! I flushed her a couple times this spring and averaged 6 good eggs per flush. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the sellers’ expense and buyers’ convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 67

2008

68

AI 6/8

LOT 68

2009

69

ROCHE amber

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Bred Cow

ROCHE 224

Reg #2465317

PB Simmental

SIRE: CNS DREAM ON DAM: MISS YARDLEY P16 x SS GOLDMINE

Workin Man

PE Workin Man

If you’re into red heads this cow will suit you just peachy. She is a stout, clean fronted, purebred Simmental that is moderate, but not a midget! I have flushed her three times, I believe, with no amazing results, but I would say she has average 6 to 7 eggs per flush, which is about average. I am excited to see what her natural calf out of Workin Man will be. I have sold bulls and heifers out of her, just pray for a live one!

Crossbred

SIRE: ALI DAM: ANGUS

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

PE Dream On x Anchor

Believe it or not, but this cow weaned a 600 pound Jimmy the Greek heifer in October, stayed on grass till the 20th of November and carries condition like a sumo wrestler! She was a successful show heifer throughout the Northwest and made an even better cow. Not the typical show heifer either, she calves and actually likes the calf! Doesn’t need convinced calving was a good idea like most show heifers. Plus, she has an udder that would make most Holsteins jealous! She’s a good pig. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

LOT 69

WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 19


2008

Bred Cow

70

ROCHE 335

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MEYER 734 DAM: MEYER GD

AI 6/8 Walks Alone

PE Workin Man

Hey looky here, finally one with some honest BS behind her. I sold her Monopoly heifer calf to Chris Beutler for $1,200, he sold her as a bred for $4,500, and that first calf sold for just under 5K! Moral of the story, she’s really good, and I’m a horrible trader. Cool blaze face and super big middled. She milks, mothers and makes money! Yup Yup Yup!

LOT 70

2006

71

ROCHE 6113

Bred Cow

Reg # 15704353

SIRE: BR MIDLAND DAM: COLEMAN BLACKBIRD 713

AI 5/18 Iron Mountain

d by lot 70. Sold to

ise Monopoly heifer ra

2010

72

AI 6/7

ROCHE 734

Bred Cow

Chris Beutler.

Reg # Eligible

PB Angus

SIRE: LHC 2C6 x SAUGAHATCHEE DAM: BMAR LHCC BLACKETTE LADY 7042

Ground Zero

PE Workin Man

PB Angus

NO PASTURE EXPOSURE

A direct daughter of BR Midland originating from the famous Coleman Angus herd in Montana. Everyone goes crazy over Montana Angus cattle; so how much better is a well traveled Montana Angus? She raised an awesome heifer calf this year that will stay in the herd and is bred back to Iron Moutain! This is a fertile vessel on four legs. You could probably use her straw of semen next spring as pour-on and have a 50% chance!

2010

73

Bred Cow

ROCHE 10-6

Not Registered

¼ Sim ¼ An

SIRE: PERFECT BLEND x MEYER x 6807 DAM: MAINE

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

PE Dream On x Anchor

To be flat honest these Perfect Blend daughters are as good as any sire group around and here’s another one that would click with about anything. Super stout, big middled and sound! No blaze but hey, they all can be perfect! FYI she wheezes when breathing heavy but has been that way for years with no problems.

2010

74

AI 6/7

LOT 74 PAGE 20 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

Bred Cow

ROCHE 439

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: STRICTLY BUSINESS DAM: GRISWOLD CHI/MAINE

Man Among Boys

PE Workin Man

This cow will definitely throw those colored up calves that little girls won’t let daddy pass on. She has never been AI bred and I am sure she will click with MAB. Super cool fronted and a stout hip.


2005

75

Bred Cow

ROCHE 848

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: ALMOST FAMOUS DAM: ANGUS

AI 6/8 Man Among Boys

PE Workin Man

LOT 75

2008

76

AI 6/8

LOT 76

2009

77

Bred Cow

ROCHE 13y

Not Registered

Bred Cow

ROCHE 206

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: SUNSEEKER DAM: CIGAR DONOR

Believe In Me

PE Tebow

Finally, another one with some BS behind and not the typical bred cow for sale that has ran dry for two years, finally stuck AI, and is now a donor candidate! This cow has raised some good ones around here and her latest calf is currently residing in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, waiting for some unsuspecting buyer. Ask Bob May what he thought of her when he was in Idaho this summer if you have any doubts. She’s the choke necked, big boned freak everyone is wanting these days.

¼ Sim ¾ An

SIRE: PERFECT BLEND x MEYER x 6807 DAM: PUREBRED ANGUS

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

PE Dream On x Anchor

This cow is the start of the Perfect Blend daughters which are maternally bred to the hills. She is a stout, powerful monster that raised a great BIM steer that sold into Washington. Not only do they have the look but they bring the groceries. These things spit milk like a fountain. No worries about their ability to feed one!

2007

78

AI 6/15

LOT 78

Bred Cow

ROCHE 306

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: DRAFT PICK GD DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

Two Tone

PE Workin Man

Here is another cow that is flat out awesome to look at, but I have no idea just how good she is. She has never been AI bred. She has always been far from home and not close to a chute. She is rocket fronted with a shot of bone hip and belly. Quite possibly one of the most attractive and exotic cows in the offering with a great maternal pedigree to boot. WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 21


2010

79

Bred Cow

ROCHE 10-1

Not Registered

¼ Sim ¾ An

SIRE: PERFECT BLEND x MEYER x 6807 DAM: SPIN DOCTOR

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

PE Dream On x Anchor

ROCHE 10-9

2010

Bred Cow

80

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: PERFECT BLEND x MEYER x 6807 DAM: PALE FACE x FULL FLUSH

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

PE Dream On x Anchor

If this bred beauty doesn’t trip your trigger, I wasted a lot of money on freight and postage. She is bred for excellence with Meyer, 6807, Pale Face and Full Flush influence from both sides. Plus, she has the ever so attractive splash of white on the face, if only it was a blaze! Bred to BIM, this could be a homerun the first year! Very easily a future donor or success cow family in the making.

2002

83

AI 6/8

Bred Cow

ROCHE 3546

Not Registered

½ Charolais

SIRE: DRY ICE DAM: CHAROLAIS

Believe In Me

PE Working Man

This is the Betty White of the sale. Although long in the tooth, she is still an asset to have on the team. She raised one of the most dominating steers in the west and we have been able to keep many heifers out of her. Old school genetics at their best with a shot of Dry Ice and Char before it was the cool thing. She has many years ahead of her.

n

a Working M

Uprgrade x tal and is a sold for 3/4 en m m Si B P .He an is a Black Bear) Working M de (Meyer x le Co. for $26,000. Ja ck la B l’s tt Bonnel riswold Ca interest to G

2011

85

ROCHE EC 3-2

Bred Cow

PAGE 22 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: FULLBACK DONOR

AI 6/1 Believe In Me

LOT 85

Not Registered

PE Dream On x Anchor

This next group of Eye Candy females are really nice. Of all the clubby bulls, I would have to say the Eye Candy females are by far some of the best. They keep a maternal look and are extremely loose made and broody. There is no such thing as a loose made cow that couldn’t milk or raise a calf and that theory holds true here. Not only will they spit one out but they will like it to. These are proven cattle here with great fleshing ability.


2011

86

ROCHE ecnt

Bred Cow

Not Registered

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: WHO MADE WHO

AI 6/1 Friskey Whiskey

2009

88

AI 6/8

Crossbred

PE Dream On x Anchor

ROCHE 467

Bred Cow

Not Registered

2011

87

ROCHE ec 1-6159

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: FOREPLAY

AI 6/1 Friskey Whiskey

PE Dream On x Anchor

Crossbred

SIRE: EYE CANDY DAM: FOREPLAY

Friskey Whiskey

PE Workin Man

“Jag” help

ing with th

2009

90

AI 6/1

ROCHE 744

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: SOONER DAM: MITTEN MAN

Walks Alone

PE Workin Man

2011

91

Bred Cow

e heifers.

ROCHE 285

Reg # Eligible

½ Simmental

SIRE: CONCLUSION DAM: MEYER 734

AI 5/20 Maternal Perfection

PE Workin Man

Can it get any better in the clubby world then a double bred Meyer with a blaze face? She’s stout, good bodied and has Meyer filling both sides of the pedigree. Conclusion is a Meyer son. Yardley’s own and has sired some really nice females around here.

2008

92

AI 6/7

ROCHE 2164

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MAINE-ANJOU DAM: ANGUS

Broker

PE Tebow

Monopoly calf raised by Lot 92 WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 23


2010

93

AI 6/8

2008

97

AI 6/8

2009

99

ROCHE 2163

Bred Cow

Not Registered

½ Ma ½ An

SIRE: MAINE-ANJOU DAM: ANGUS

Walks Alone

Bred Cow

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 291

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: DRAFT PICK SON DAM: MEYER GD

Walks Alone

Bred Cow

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 418

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MONOPOLY DAM: STRICTLY BUSINESS

AI 6/8 Maternal Perfection

PAGE 24 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

2006

Bred Cow

94

AI 6/8

AI 6/1

Not Registered

Commercial Angus

SIRE: ENERGIZER DAM: ANGUS

Workin Man

2009

98

ROCHE 2560

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 225

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: ALI DAM: ANGUS

Hollywood

2006

Bred Cow

100

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 2133

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MAINE DAM: ANGUS

PE Workin Man

AI 6/17

Hollywood

PE Workin Man


2006

101

AI 6/8

Bred Cow

ROCHE 2117

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: SOONER DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

Walks Alone

PE Workin Man

2007

102

AI 6/7

ROCHE 352

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: HEATWAVE DAM: MEYER GD

Broker

PE Tebow

Ever noticed how every Heatwave female sold is a good milker even though every single one we reluctantly keep at home would starve a gerbil if she actually had a live calf? Moral of the story, I’m not a huge fan but these next three have honestly raised some nice Char and Simmental influenced cattle.In fact, the three averaged $1,900 on one Yellow Jacket and two Broker heifers just this year. Don’t shy from these, they will do a good job.

ROCHE 9648

2009

103

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: HEATWAVE DAM: FULLBACK DONOR

AI 6/1 Workin Man

2008

105

Bred Cow

ROCHE 7010

2009

Bred Cow

104

Crossbred

SIRE: HEATWAVE DAM: WMW 7010

PE Dream On x Anchor

ROCHE 5Y

Not Registered

AI 6/1 Workin Man

PE Dream On x Anchor

Crossbred

SIRE: WHO MADE WHO DAM: EXPRESS ANGUS

AI 6/1 Workin Man

PE Dream On x Anchor

If you mention Who Made Who females in Idaho people will think you’re talking about AC/DC groupies from the 80’s. If you do the same in Iowa you will hear how good the champion steer was in Des Moines out of that great Who female. Rather, you are in Idaho or Iowa the who females flat out get it done! This husky beauty was literally on grass till Nov. 20th. She breeds, converts, moves, milks and could probably make you a Denver omelet if you taught her how to turn the stove on. She has never been flushed but I would like a piece of the pie on this one. She’s plum good and begging for some FSH. Seller reserves the right to one successful flush at the seller’s expense and buyer’s convenience with an equal split after 6 eggs.

ROCHE WMW1

2002

Bred Cow

106

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: WHO MADE WHO DAM: ANGUS

AI 6/29

Not Registered

Workin Man

PE Workin Man

Eye Candy Steer raised by Lot 105.

2005

107

AI 6/1

ROCHE 2005

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: WHO MADE WHO DAM: ANGUS

Broker

PE Workin Man

WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 25


ROCHE 2944

2009

Bred Cow

Not Registered

108

Crossbred

SIRE: STOCKMAN DAM: MAINE x ANGUS

AI 6/8

2008

110

AI 6/17

Two Tone

Bred Cow

Not Registered

PB Hereford

SIRE: PUREBRED HEREFORD DAM: PUREBRED HEREFORD

Man Among Boys

Bred Cow

Not Registered

109

PE Workin Man

AI 6/1

2010

111

AI 6/8

Two Tone

PB Hereford

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 3510

Bred Cow

Not Registered

Crossbred

SIRE: MAINE-ANJOU DAM: WHO MADE WHO 2005

Workin Man

No guessing on this purebred Hereford cow. She already had her cancer eye taken, she usually aborts before calving, thus avoiding the prolapse, and she doesn’t milk enough to ever have a bad bag. Finally, a Hereford with no problems! Actually she is missing an eye, thus making her spook proof on the driver side, but she does milk and has raised some really nice calves in Idaho. Super long sided and powerful with a load of bone! She is a purebred, but papers are not available.

I-80 Steer raised by Lot 111. PAGE 26 • WESTERN EXPOSURE

ROCHE 0190

SIRE: PUREBRED HEREFORD DAM: PUREBRED HEREFORD

PE Workin Man

ROCHE 1110

2010

PE Workin Man


October 2012

112

BW: 87#

Bull

913y

Not Registered

3/8 Ma 5/8 An

SIRE: IRISH WHISKEY DAM: DONOR 284 (NEW HORIZON x SAUGAHATCHEE 3000C)

WW: 705#

THF/PHAF 15 mo. old virgin bull

Perfect structured, sound and great necked. A female making machine! When May hits, he will be 19 months old andshould cover a nice group of cows his first time out. The “284” DONOR has not missed yet to Monopoly, Step up, Irish Whiskey and Dr Who. Bid with confidence if you want a bull to produce you heifers with some value.

LOT 112

October 2012

113

BW: 89#

Bull

3142y

Not Registered

3/8 Ma 5/8 An

SIRE: IRISH WHISKEY DAM: DONOR 284 (NEW HORIZON x SAUGAHATCHEE 3000C)

WW: 740#

THF/PHAF

15 mo. old virgin bull

This guy is a tank! Hippo bellied, gets out and moves. A true female maker! The “284” PB angus donor is big bellied, hairy, big boned and footed, nice necked & heavy milking! Every embryo calf and her natural calves in four years have been sold or retained, SHE’S PROVEN!

LOT 113

Step Up x 284 Heifer

Monopoly x 284

WESTERN EXPOSURE • PAGE 27


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