BULLS PRIVATE TREATY
YEARLINGS l TWO YEAR OLDS D I D S B U R Y,
RED ANGUS l POLLED HEREFORD
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elcome to our 2020 Private Treaty Bull Sale...
Our family has enjoyed another trip around the sun in this progressive and exciting industry. We are blessed to raise our kids where we work, and share with them a passion for agriculture. Over the past year we have focused mainly on setting up at our new farm! We did manage to sneak away to Weyburn this summer where the kids participated in Bonanza 2019, and to spend a great week at Square D with the Duke family. We have enjoyed pasture tours along the way, and also enjoyed seeing friends, customers, and fellow producers at agriculture exhibitions throughout the year such as Farmfair International, Agritrade, and various bull and female sales. Our kids settled back into the school routine in the fall and are now enjoying being outside to help with all things calving. If our paths havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t crossed recently, we look forward to seeing you soon. 2
REDLINE LIVESTOCK Red Angus | Polled Hereford | F1 Baldies
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OFFERING $300 OFF PER BULL IN 2019 WE HOSTED OUR FIRST ANNUAL OPEN PEN EVENT; AN ALL DAY OPEN HOUSE IN WHICH CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS WERE INVITED TO JOIN US AT THE YARD FOR A TOUR OF THE BULL PEN, AND STAY FOR LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS. WE WERE VERY HAPPY WITH ITâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S RECEPTION, AND WILL BE HOSTING THE SECOND ANNUAL OPEN PEN EVENT IN 2020. EVERY BULL PURCHASED ON MARCH 21 WILL HAVE A $300 DISCOUNT APPLIED TO THE PURCHASE PRICE. FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS, CONTACT US.
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TOTAL PROGRAM Hello and welcome to our 2020 pen of bulls. Firstly, we would like to extend a sincere Thank-You to everyone who has supported us over the last ten years. Whether you came to tour the cattle on pasture, to sort through the bull pen, attended our Open Pen Event, or purchased genetics from our herd at any point in time; Thank-You. Taking a chance on young producers is not everyone’s foremost choice. We recognize and value every phone call conversation and every hour out of your day that has been spent looking at our cattle. The past year has been one of growth and independence for us. The purchase of our farm, renovations to our home, a move, and the gradual setup of cattle facilities have occupied virtually every extra moment we can possibly spare. The cowherd is in a growth phase as well, to help accommodate for the direction we are heading. With these significant changes underway, it has added considerable pressure on the cowherd. The cattle are the foothold for our operation; the land base, the expenses, our family and our livelihood. Neither of us have earned off farm income in the past 8 years. With this in mind, we made some constructive changes. We have reflected wholly on our position in the cattle industry, and where our strengths lie. At the core of it all, we were both raised by commercial cattlemen. The commercial cow/calf industry is one that we rely on for cash flow; to make our payments. The brunt of Redline Livestock is commercial cattle. Our bills are paid each fall by a large group of baldy steer calves. Diversifying into seedstock has been a growing passion for us over the years, and the fire has been fueled by an incredible learning curve along the way. We have now reached a point that we recognize where our spot lies in the purebred industry; working for commercial cattlemen. Our cowherds need to work for us. Our animals need to be profitable. We need to see return on investment. Key requirements include data based backgrounds, no-miss track records, efficiency, and above all; consistent quality. We have learned a vast amount of details revolving the seedstock industry. For every cowherd we have come across, it is difficult to pinpoint it’s profitability. Is the herd paying for itself, is it making money? We have come to value numbers. Realizing your cost of production. Pinpointing your precise break-evens. Awareness of how every price change in the commodities is going to affect the cost to develop your calves. Gaining a handle on these numbers and calculations helps us to be more objective when we cull through the cowherd. Utilizing the cull as our most effective tool has increased our bottom line. Our bull pen this year is a direct reflection of these practices being put into production. The bulls you see are the ones that made the cut. Over 70 bull calves were castrated in November. While a cow might work hard and earn her spot in our herd, that does not mean her bull calf earns a spot in yours. The culled group of steers that were castrated and backgrounded were easy fleshing, hairy, and developed soundly. What is left in the bull pen is a group of honest individuals born from February through the end of April. We depend on this program to support our livelihood. If a bull is in the pen, we feel that he deserves to be there, and has potential to work in our herd. If we wouldn’t walk the bull ourselves, we wouldn’t expect any other cattleman to. Throughout our catalog this year, we are including a look inside our program.
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SQUARE-D HUGO 406C ET
Red R-Line Headline 5B
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Square-D Mr Beef 465A
Redline PowerUp 11C
Red JJL Moonshine 83C
NJW 73S 22Z Mighty Max 69B
Red Liberty Alaska 115B
Remitall West Showhome 41B
Red Ter-Ron Parker 34A
NJW 73S M326 Trust 100W ET 7
Red Ter-Ron Capitol 50C
Square-D Indiana 773C
Red Windy Hill Zeppelin 1240Z
WLB Winchester Powerball 27A
Red JJL Big Deal 58Z
For the second year in a row, this cow has raised our feature sale bull. Dracarys has all the makings of a great bull. He is strong topped, masculine, correct, big hipped, hairy, and sound. He also comes in with calving ease and performance all in one package. Don’t miss his mid March birthdate- he is young. You can’t beat his mother; likely the strongest young bull raiser in the herd- one to watch in the future. BW: 84 | W W 670 | CE **
TPENDING I T:: RLT A32GN:: MAR 18/19 :: WPDA 2.57 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
DRACARYS BW: 86 | W W 662 | CE **
RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED REDLINE SERIES 21D RED R-LINE SERIES 12Y
2106554 :: RLT 74G :: MAR 10 /19 :: WPDA 2.44
RED R-LINE TURBOMAX 3Y RED REDLINE SUZIE 17C RED SOO LINE SUZIE 9163
A very eye catching individual, 32G is a very thick, well haired Mammoth son. Mammoth bred outstanding his first year, and we expect these bulls to produce superb females wherever they go. We retained a maternal sister in the herd in 2018, and she has an outstanding udder. 8
BW: 87 | W W 780 | CE **
2106530 :: RLT 92G :: FEB 3/19 :: WPDA 2.56 TER-RON PARK PLACE 18Y RED TER-RON PARKER 34A REDTER-RONDIAMONDMIST164Y
RED RIVERDALE NORTH 298W RED RIVERDALE COUNTESS 92A RED RIVERDALE COUNTESS 302W
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BW: 77 | W W 742 | CE **
2106528 :: RLT 31G :: JAN 29/19 :: WPDA 2.38 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
31G has been thick and crested since he was only a few weeks old, and always had a presence to him. We think very highly of his mother, she is one of only 5 Red Devil daughters we managed to retain in the herd and she knocks it out of the park every year. This would be a prime candidate for keeping back replacement females. 9
RED TER-RON RED DEVIL 113Y RED R-LINE JIL 3A RED DEVOLANE JIL 7U
Here is one of the bigger/powere packing individuals in the pen. He has all kinds of performance and had a great spread from birth to weaning. A paternal brother to lot RLT 47G.
One of the youngest bulls in the entire offering, this bull will catch your eye and fool you on his age. He is maculine and mature, hairy and thick. His mother is a very broody cow that has raised many bulls that have made the pen over the years. This bullâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s WPDA ranked #1 in the entire offering.
B W : 7 8 | AW W 6 2 0 | C E * * *
W I L D M I L E 2106564 :: RLT 83G :: MAR 24/19 :: WPDA 2.44 RED TWIN HERITAGE HUSTLE 25A RED TER-RON CAPITOL 50C RED TER-RON LAURYN 918T
B W : 8 5 | AW W 6 6 4 | C E * *
RED WINDY HILL ZEPPELIN 1240Z RED LAURON ENTERTAINER 76E RED ALALTA ACRES KURUBA 2U
RED JJL BIG DEAL 58Z RED REDLINE WILD MILE 31C RED R-LINE JIL 3A
G E N E R A L CM459957 :: RLT 12G :: APR 22/19 :: WPDA 3.00
RED 6 MILE FULL THROTTLE 171T RED R-LINE VAL 12Z RED DEVOLANE VAL 70M
A very attractive son of Capitol that stands correct from every angle. Born the last week of March by a consistent heifer-safe sire.
B W : 8 6 | AW W 6 4 0 | C E * * *
S2106541 T ::ARLT 21G R ::FEB19/19 K :: WPDA 2.23 RED TWIN HERITAGE HUSTLE 25A RED TER-RON CAPITOL 50C RED TER-RON LAURYN 918T
S2106558 H I:: RLTN82GE:: MAR R 13/19 :: WPDA 2.38 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
RED 6 MILE FULL THROTTLE 171T RED R-LINE SERIES 12Y RED DEVOLANE VAL 70M
A mid March bull calf out of Mammoth. Smooth shouldered and long, he has a moderate birthweight but still nicely fit into the bull pen in the fall.
RED R-LINE TURBOMAX 3Y RED R-LINE ASTER 32C RED R-LINE ASTER 13A
B W : 9 8 | AW W 6 6 6 | C E * *
The Capitol daughters are in their second year of production at Redline, and we couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be happier with them. They are highly maternal and have outstanding udder structure and capacity. Capitol sons have been consistent in calving ease and 21G will be no different. His mother is a favorite in the herd, and was flushed in 2016. Maternal brothers are working for Richard Toews; Linden, AB, and Valley View Colony.
A very impressive son of Ter-Ron Parker 25A, this bull puts it all together for us. He is packed with hard muscle, and has the makings of a powerful herdsire. His Maternal sister is one of our top cows, and raised our 2019 female consignment to Red Roundup, who was then entered into the $100 000.00 Junior Heifer Calf Extravaganza. This bull has all the pieces genetically and phenotypically to raise bulls himself. BW: 102 | W W 694 | CE **
HARVESTOR 2106538 :: RLT 58G :: FEB 17/19 :: WPDA 2.30 TED HARVESTOR 154A RED LWNBRG HARVESTOR 103C RED LWNBRG CADENCE 141Y
BW: 88 | W W 782 | CE *
TER-RON PARK PLACE 18Y RED TER-RONPARKER 34A REDTER-RONDIAMONDMIST164Y
RED JJL BIG DEAL 58Z RED R-LINE JAN 4B RED DEVOLANE JAN 10U
S2106532 N :: O W RLT 47G :: FEB 4/19 :: WPDA 2.57
RED RIVERDALE NORTH 298W RED RIVERDALE LANA 47Z RED RIVERDALE LANA 212S
Another Harvestor 103C son, from a daughter of JJL Big Deal 58Z. The Harvestor 103C sons have been the first to sell from the pen in past years, and have been a very impressive sire group.
BW: 89 | W W 734 | CE **
D R O G O N 2106532 :: RLT 5G :: JAN 29/19 :: WPDA 2.51 TED HARVESTOR 154A RED LWNBRG HARVESTOR 103C RED LWNBRG CADENCE 141Y
RED YY RAMBLER 322N RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U RED DEVOLANE ANN 35M
CONTRACTOR ?268023 :: RLT 41G :: MAR 18/19 :: WPDA 2.83 RED WINDY HILL ZEPPELINE 1240Z RED LAURON ENTERTAINER 47E RED ALALTA ACRES KURUBA 2U
A high performance son of Lauron Entertainer 47E, this bull was born the third week of March but easily fits in with the oldest in the group. An impressive WPDA.
RED RIVERDALE ARDY 385X RED RIVERDALE ANNE 41Z RED RIVERDALE ANN 300W
BW: 88 | W W 780 | CE **
Out of the 12 year old mother of our herdsire Redline Headline 5B, this Harvester 103C son is a very unique indivual. The Harvestor calves have consistently boasted low birthweights with an outstanding spread from birth to weaning. They were cherry picked from our 2019 offering and this bull has the same ideal spread to breed calving ease with immense power.
A nicely made Cracker son, who will be sure fire on heifers. Cracker sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are put together nicely and they have plenty of eye appeal combined with that cherry red color in the pen.
BW: 66 | W W 624 | CE ***
106G C R A C K E R 109G BW: 65 | W W 600 | CE ***
C R A C K E R PENDING :: RLT 106G :: FEB 2/19 :: WPDA 2.05 RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED REDLINE CRACKER 95E RED LIBERTY MARSLITE 95A
CM459572 :: RLT 109G :: Feb 5/19 :: WPDA 1.99
RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED REDLINE CRACKER 95E RED LIBERTY MARSLITE 95A
RED TER-RON CAPITOL 50C RED REDLINE BIRDIE 15E RED SOO LINE BIRDIE 0178
RED TER-RON CAPITOL 50C RED REDLINE ANNE 51E RED RIVERDALE ANN 51Z
One of two Cracker sons in the sale this year. Cracker bred extremely well on heifers and we expect more of his sons to be entering the bull pen in the future, in both the yearling and two year old pens.
BW: 90 | W W 630 | CE **
BW: 78 | W W 632 | CE ***
LCM459592 I N:: RLTE102G R :: APR 12/19 :: WPDA 2.66 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
M A M M OT H CM459596 :: RLT 99G :: APR 22/19 :: WPDA 2.87 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
RED RIVERDALE NORTH 298W RED RIVERDALE DYNAMINT 102A RED RIVERDALE DYNAMINT 189U
Born the third week of April, this thick coated Mammoth son fits the yearling pen well. He has a 78 lb birthweight and weaned comparibly to the earlier born bulls of the year. A maternal brother sold in last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sale to Scott Regher; Linden, AB.
RED JJL BIG DEAL 58Z RED REDLINE ASTER 32D RED R-LINE ASTER 13A
A mid-April born son of the Reverence son we purchased from Allison Farms Red Angus in their 2018 sale. Nice Weaning weight and plenty of power considering his age. A maternal brother sold to Half Diamond Hoar Farms in 2017.
The only black yearling on offer in 2020, and he doesn’t disappoint. Born the third week in March, he is a very complete and well put together Zeppelin grandson.
BW: 102 | W W 740 | CE **
M A U I 2106548 :: RLT 79G :: MAR 7/19 :: WPDA 2.67 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
BW: 87 | W W 682 | CE **
RED WINDY HILL ZEPPELIN 1240Z RED LAURON ENTERTAINER 47E RED ALALTA ACRES KURUBA 2U
RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED REDLINE ANN 41D RED RIVERDALE ANNE 41Z
D O W N Y J R ?268022 :: RLT 36G :: MAR 17/19 :: WPDA 2.60
RKY MTN ANSWER 52Z RKY MTN SHAWNEE 46B RKY MTN SHAWNEE 50Z
One of Travis’ favorite bulls in the pen, this son of Mammoth catches everyone’s eye in the bull pen. We couldn’t be happier with the Mammoth calves; and contradictory to the bull’s name, Mammoth impressed us with his consistently moderate birthweights. A bull that truly bred oustandingly.
BW: 78 | W W 712 | CE ***
LOADED GUN PENDING :: RLT 330G :: MAR 15/19 :: WPDA 2.42 RED U-2 REVERENCE 198C RED ALLISON MAMMOTH 78E RED BAR-E-L BESSIE 117A
RED TER-RON RED DEVIL 113Y RED R-LINE SYRINGA 16A RED SOO LINE SYRINGA 8170
C R U Z 2106537 :: RLT 38G :: FEB 17/19 :: WPDA 2.47 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
38G is a moderately made Headline son who will work well on heifers, and do his part to put the calves into the replacement pen as well. He is charismatic and his mother is a highly productive daughter of JJL Big Deal 58Z.
RED JJL BIG DEAL 58Z RED R-LINE JAN 28B RED R-LINE JAN 4Z
BW: 85 | W W 648 | CE **
A very attractive, dark pigmented son of Mammoth 78E. Born mid March, he has the depth and shape to excel phenotypically as he matures. There is a maternal brother in the Two Year Old pen as well in 2020, and materal brothers are also working for Half Diamond Hoar Farms and Brody McBride; Madden, AB.
The first of two full brother ET New Trend sons in the offering, 2G carries that dark red cherry color and has plenty of performance behind him.
BW: 87 | W W 746 | CE ***
L2071922 I N:: RLTE51FR:: FEB 3/18 :: WPDA 2.49 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
RED RIVERDALE NORTH 298W RED RIVERDALE ANNE 51Z RED RIVERDALE ANN 285W
BW: 101 | W W 744 | CE *
N E W T R E N D PENDING :: RLT 02G :: FEB 28/19 :: WPDA 2.61 SSS BLACK TREND 13B RED BRYLOR NEW TREND 22D REDMEADOWCKMISSSEAMAN31A
RED BJR AH BRANDED BEEF L107 RED RKY MTN MELTE 5P RED RKY MTN MELTE 17M
A two year old son of Headline that has a nice birth to weaning spread. A bull that will breed excellent replacement females.
BW: 90 | W W 708 | CE *
BW: 79 | W W 828 | CE ***
NEW TREND PENDING :: RLT 127G :: FEB 1/19 :: WPDA 2.26 SSS BLACK TREND 13B RED BRYLOR NEW TREND 22D REDMEADOWCKMISSSEAMAN31A
RED BJR AH BRANDED BEEF L107 RED RKY MTN MELTE 5P RED RKY MTN MELTE 17M
L2071924 I N:: RLTE67FR:: FEB 4/18 :: WPDA 2.64 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
A two year old black red carrier, who is built for calving ease and wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sacrifice the calf weight in the fall. Big time performace here with an outstanding birth to weaning weight per day average.
GBT ROLEX 002 REDLINE JANE 38D RED R-LINE JAN 28B
We put in two embryos in 2018 sired by New Trend, and this is one of two progeny on offer. He has had plenty of grow and muscle from the beginning and has a larger frame score; we predict he will mature out very well.
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OUR FUTURE GENERATION OF SALE HEIFERS & BULL RAISERS In 2019 we began to adapt our commercial breeding program towards the inclusion of pedigreed F1 genetics, in addition to our existing commercial herd of 250 females. Here going forward, we are breeding groups of purebred females, and all of our purebred replacements, to strong herdsires of the opposing breed. The offspring have potential in many avenues including strong commercial replacements, recipient females, 4H projects, and sale heifers. By crossing all purebred replacements their first year, we are ensuring that the top up and coming seedstock females will also have an impact on the commercial herd. The motivation behind the pedigreed program is an ever increasing demand for F1 blaldy females, and a low supply of proof regarding first cross heifers. Our goal is to provide a large group of females with a pedigree, and data to back their performance. Every detail that we keep on the purebred herd, including birthweights, weaning weights, yearling weights, body condition scores, birth and health records, herd health protocols, and udder and feet scoring is already fully integrated into the commercial herd as well. We want to utilize this data to itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fullest potential and broaden it furthermore to include feed efficiency, in-herd status scoring, and return on investment calculations on a per-cow basis. Our hope is that this will help us over time to advance the commercial herd into a select, elite group of cows. By doing it on a large scale involving 300+ females, our hopes is that we can define and pinpoint the desirable traits on a more accurate basis, properly assessing sire groups as we go. From here, a pedigreed F1 producer that ranks herself in the top 20% of the herd, is then is bred back purebred for seedstock genetics.
Our objective is to use this program as quality control on the seedstock females, ensuring that every dam of a sale bull has excelled under the exact prerequisite conditions which her son is expected to breed.
Black nosed and dark hided, an attractive Capitol son who has gained attention all along. He ranks among the highest in the entire offering for weight per day average on pasture.
BW: 98 | W W 689 | CE **
BC03055295 E E:: RLU F 68F :: MAR 16/18 :: WPDA 2.76 SQUARE-D RANCHMAN 257R SQUARE-D MR BEEF 465A SQUARE-D ERIN 760U
BW: 92 | W W 796 | CE **
RED TWIN HERITAGE HUSTLE 25A RED TER-RON CAPITOL 50C RED TER-RON LAURYN 918T
LJR MSU 137S MILES 32Y SQUARE-D MAYA 233B MUDDY 533F ANNA 913H 533P
M C K E N Z I E 2071957 :: RLT 33F :: MAR 7/18 :: WPDA 2.78
RED TER-RON RED DEVIL 113Y RED R-LINE SYRINGA 16A RED SOO LINE SYRINGA 8170
Well haired son of Square-D Mr Beef 465A. This is the last crop of Beef sons to sell. Out of a very nice producing female from Square-D Herefords. This bull boasts an excellent weight per day average on pasture.
BW: 70 | W W 729 | CE ***
BW: 90 | W W 650 | CE **
RCM447140 ISE U P :: RLT 68F :: Feb 27/18 :: WPDA 2.52 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
RED R-LINE TURBOMAX 3Y RED REDLINE DEVOLANE 8C RED R-LINE DEVOLANE 18Y
SCM447148 URV I V O R :: RLT 91F :: APR 14/18 :: WPDA 2.60 RED SIX MILE SAKIC 832S RED R-LINE HEADLINE 5B RED DEVOLANE ASTER 35U
Another nicely made Headline son; a maternal brother sold to Kacey & Shaina Griffith; Delia, AB.
RED RIVERDALE NORTH 298W RED RIVERDALE KIT 91A RED RIVERDALE KIT 291W
A very nicely made Headline 5B son out of an exceptional cow. This bull has the numbers for calving ease as well as decent performance.
Another Hugo 406C son, this bull is out of an easy keeping, consistent producing cow. His maternal brother is for sale in the yearling pen.
BW: 78 | W W 664 | CE **
HOME TOWN W588739 :: RLU 14F :: FEB 26/18 :: WPDA 2.24 SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET NJW HOMETOWN 10Y NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S
BW:96 | W W 644 | CE *
NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
HARVIE FIELDER 85Y REDLINE CREDIT 16B REDLINE SUZIE-Q 3W
H U G O W588738 :: RLU 2F :: MAR 7/18 :: WPDA 2.12
PED HAROLDSONS BOOMTOWN 40S REDLINE UNITED 2W HAROLDSONS MADONNA 60R 82T
A Hometown son that should work well with a lower birthweight. The Hometown 10Y sons have had consistent calving ease throughout our use.
BW: 99 | W W 740 | CE *
BW: 78 | W W 658 | CE ***
HU G O B OS S C03055288 :: RLU 15F :: MAR 2/18 :: WPDA 2.48 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
SQUARE-D TORANT 440T REDLINE HERSHEY 5X HAROLDSONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S KEMA 60R 127T
BW588740 E E:: RLUF57F :: MAR 12/18 :: WPDA 2.34 SQUARE-D RANCHMAN 257R SQUARE-D MR BEEF 465A SQUARE-D ERIN 760U
A great power bull, out of a very heavy and big bodied cow. He is one of our favorites in the two year old pen.
NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET REDLINE EYELET 24C REDLINE EYELET 4Y
One of the features in the two year old pen, this cow family has raised performance and low maintenance year after year. We currently run a maternal brother and a full brother sells as a yearling bull.
Beckyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pick in the pen, 2G is a Hometown 10Y son that has pedigree, power, and performance all rolled into one. He is definitely a candidate to use in our purebred herd here at Redline.
BW: 106 | W W 696 | CE *
SC03062152 T A:: RLUR73G ::KFEB 21/19 :: WPDA 2.33 REMITALL-WEST GAME DAY ET 74Y REMITALL-WEST SHOW HOME ET 41B REMITALL-WEST MARVEL ET 38Y
BW: 87 | W W 754 | CE **
SHF WONDER M326 W18 ET NJW 73S W18 HOMETOWN 10Y ET NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S
BR 33H LAD 20X SQUARE-D CARRIE 942C VG KLONDIKE INITIATE ET 42S
H O M E T O W N C03063471 :: RLU 2G :: FEB 12/19 :: WPDA 2.55
PED HAROLDSONS BOOMTOWN ET 40S REDLINE UNITED 2W HAROLDSONS MADONNA 60R 82T
A son of Remitall West Showhome 41B, with a ton of hair and great bone structure.
BW: 92 | W W 708 | CE **
BW: 97 | W W 682 | CE **
TPENDING R U S T :: RLU 32G :: FEB 21/19 :: WPDA 2.43 KCF BENNETT 3008 M326 NJW 73S M326 TRUST 200W ET NJW P606 72N DAYDREAM 73S
HARVIE FIELDER 85Y REDLINE EYELET 19B REDLINE EYELET 4X
D R O G O N C03062151 :: RLU 39G :: MAR 21/19 :: WPDA 2.60 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
Another attractive son of Hugo born the third week of March. Hugoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sons all have hair, shape, muscle, and masculinity. The cow family behind Hugo is one of the top producing female lines at Square D Herefords; in Landgbank, Saskatchewan. Hugo has proved to be an irreplaceable asset in our herd. 27
LJR MSU 137S MILES 32Y SQUARE-D MAYA 757C SQUARE-D RITA 225X
A Trust son out of a top-producing Fielder 85Y daughter who has caught many eyes during summer pasture tours here. A maternal brother is working for Nathan Reinhardt; Didsbury, AB.
When we were offered the Deliverance semen, we werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t sure where to breed him. We only bred one female to Deliverance in 2018 and boy did she knock it out of the park with this chunk. He has been an outlier since early summer, and caught our eyes during every pasture check. This bull ranked #1 out of the hereford bulls in the offering for weight per day average on pasture. BW: 97 | W W 698 | CE **
PC03062147 R I M:: RLU ET I M E 23G :: MAR 17/19 :: WPDA 2.74 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
BW: 96 | W W 842 | CE *
GK RENEGADE KILMORLIE DELIVERENCE ET 80U KILMORLIE 452M GEMINI R257
HARVIE WSF VICTOR 83Z SQUARE-D ELLIE 33C SQUARE-D LOGAN 316Z
DELIVERANCE PENDING :: RLU 40G :: FEB 23/19 :: WPDA 2.97
NJW 73S M326 TRUST 100W ET REDLINE MS GREEN 11B HARVIE MS GREEN 39W
Born the third week in March, this is a thick, hairy son out of Hugo 406C. Hugo bred outstanding at Redline, with many sons making the bull pen every year he walked. This particular bull boasts a very strong weight per day average on pasture.
BW: 110 | W W 758 | CE *
BW: 105 | W W 804 | CE *
C O A L I T I O N C03062137 :: RLU 43G :: FEB 27/19 :: WPDA 2.51 GHC VOLUME III ET 139S GHC-TABOO COALITION 52U GHC MISS NANCY 98P
SQUARE-D MILESTONE ET 44P SQUARE-D EMILY 57B DXB 2J CARRIE 57N
H U G O C03062134 :: RLU 51G :: MAR 5/19 :: WPDA 2.90 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
Performance at itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best, this cow raises some of the biggest bull calves every year, and always calves unnassited. The wide hooks and pins in this family make them excellent brood cows. A maternal brother is working for Steven Turner; Linden, AB. This bull ranks #2 in the hereford offering for weight per day average on pasture. 29
SQUARE-D NORTHLINE 129X SQUARE-D NORA 225A SQUARE-D ELLIE 659T
Out of an exceptionally good cow, 43G is a powerful son of Coalition 52U. A maternal brother is working for Kadings at Brooks, AB, and we retained a maternal brother for use on our commercial herd as well.
Out of an attractive female, this husky Coalition son has a great haircoat and that nice cherry red color. He is a nice framed bull that has a lot of room to continue to grow and fill out.
BW: 76 | W W 684 | CE ***
SHOWHOME PENDING :: RLU 42G :: FEB 18/19 :: WPDA 2.38 REMITALL-WEST GAME DAY ET 74Y REMITALL-WEST SHOWHOME 41B REMITALL-WEST MARVEL ET 38Y
BW: 89 | W W 680 | CE **
GHC VOLUME III ET 139S GHC-TABOO COALITION 52U GHC MISS NANCY 98P
SQUARE-D INDIANA 773C REDLINE CREDIT 14B REDLINE SUZIE-Q 3W
C O A L I T I O N C03062136 :: RLU 45G :: FEB 28/19 :: WPDA 2.29
HAROLDSON’S WLC MOTIVE ET 41Y HAROLDSON’S MARTINE 41Y 43B HAROLDSON’S MARTINE 42H 27R
A Showhome son with a nice moderate birthweight and smooth front. Plenty of hair and from a great cow family
BW: 102 | W W 694 | CE **
B W : 9 7 | AW W 6 7 6 | C E * *
NORTHEASTERN C03062145 :: RLU 60G :: FEB 25/19 :: WPDA 2.32 REMITALL ONLINE 122L WILGOR 55K NORTHEASTERN OL 2N WILGOR 174H KEYLINE 29F 55K
REMITALL SUPER DUTY 42S REDLINE CREDIT 16C REDLINE SUZIE-Q 3W
SC03067725 H O ::W H O M E RLU 18G :: APR 8/19 :: WPDA 2.80 REMITALL-WEST GAME DAY ET 74Y REMITALL-WEST SHOW HOME ET 41B REMITALL-WEST MARVEL ET 38Y
A very attractive Showhome son that has a ton of eye appeal, and is likely the most complete calf his mother has raised to date. A very strong weight per day average on pasture.
PED HAROLDSONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BOOMTOWN ET 40S REDLINE RADIO 8W HAROLDSONS ROXY 40J 87M
The only Northeastern son in the offering, 60G is a very well rounded and complete made bull. We run a lot of Northeastern daughters and granddaughters in our herd and they have proven to be a very maternal group.
Probably the most complete calf she has raised to date, Hershey 5X has numerous sons that have sold in the sale in past years, including bulls we have retained ourselves. Consistent and low maintenace, she is 11 years old and still weaning mid March calves just shy of 800 lbs. He ranked #4 in the overall offering for weight per day average on pasture. BW: 97 | W W 774 | CE *
O C C A S I O N C03062122 :: RLU 15G :: MAR 10/19 :: WPDA 2.87 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
SQUARE-D TORANT 440T SQUARE-D HERSHEY 5X HAROLDSONS KEMA 60R 127T
Weaning: Mid November Ration: TMR Silage w/Super Oats & Hay Herd Health Protocol: Didsbury Veterinary Services Semen Tests: Gordon Krebs Mineral: Blue Rock Animal Nutrition Weights: All Actual, Non-Adjusted WPDA: Weight Per Day Average from birth to weaning WPDA Average on Entire Offering: 2.51 Weaning Weight Average on Entire Offering: 705 lbs Breederâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guarantee: To the standards of the Canadian Angus Association & Canadian Hereford Association Insurance: Canadian Farm Insurance 32
BW: 96 | W W 774 | CE *
H U G O C03062130 :: RLU 36G :: MAR 2/19 :: WPDA 2.78 NJW 73S W18 HOMEGROWN 8Y ET SQUARE-D HUGO ET 406C SQUARE-D JAEDEN 257P
SQUARE-D TORANT 440T REDLINE CREDIT 3Z SQUARE-D GINA 31T
The entire pen was pictured the second week of January, putting the bulls at less than 60 days on their feed ration, and anywhere between 2 and 4 months before they turn one year of age. Come late spring time, when the
majority of comparable aged bulls will sell, the pen will have gained a substantial amount of weight and will have matured significantly.
Long sided and big middled, this is a powerful March born bull sired by Hugo. His weight per day average on pasture is very i m p re s s i v e . M a t e r n a l brothers are working for Ken Lienweber; Linden Ab, and Jeff Whitlow; Madden, AB.
It has now been over ten years that we have been running cows and building Redline Livestock. Along the way, it turned into a family operation, with our kids; Joni, Grady, Morgan, and Orin. We are located less than an hourâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drive northeast of Calgary International Airport, about 20 Miles East of Didsbury, AB on the #582 Highway. Our operation is based entirely around livestock. The herd currently consists of over 400 breeding females, with hopes to continue increasing numbers over the next few years. The seedstock portion makes up about one third of the overall numbers, and is divided between two breeds; Red Angus and Polled Herefords. The commercial herd is based around non-registered Polled Hereford cows, bred to purebred Angus bulls. The commercial calf crop each year is bred to be majority F1 crossed calves. When we started, we both had recently graduated Olds College, with diplomas in Agriculture Business and Agriculture Production. The network of people we met in Olds have proved to be lifelong friends, many in similar situations to ourselves. Both of us have been through and selected in the Cattlemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Young Leaders program, Becky in 2013 and Travis in 2019. We have always strived to be prograsseive minded, and to push hard at what we do. Both being raised on commercial cow/calf mixed with grain operations, we had a strong background to begin within commercial cattle, but started entirely from scratch in the purebred industry. Some helpful mentors and family members along the way have been crutial pieces to the puzzle for us. Of course, the best lessons learned have also been the hardest ones. We have a tendancy to stick close to home, and to not take a ton of time off to get out into public. Times are busy, and we have had to sacrifice getting out on the showroad each fall, to instead get the important jobs done at home. We recognize the importance of PR in the industry, and respect our peers who are out there getting it done in the show ring. Our cattle are not being showcased in the ring at this time, but our objective is to return. Raising our kids in this business is nothing but a bonus for us. They have countless people to look up to and learn from, and their future is bright. We look forward to seeing you this spring. Thank-You Travis & Becky
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