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13th ANNUAL FALL

October 30, 2017 1 p.m. Monday, at the Ranch | Crawford, Oklahoma


Selling

90 HEAD of 15- to 24-month-old virgin herd bulls plus our top 38 HEAD of spring-calving bred heifers— many donor quality! All breeds and colors represented that will fit in with the top of any operation.

Fall 2017 Sale Schedule THE ENTIRE OFFERING IS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AT THE RANCH NOW THROUGH SALE DAY.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 SALE VIDEOS POSTED ONLINE: WWW. BLACKHEREFORDRANCH.COM

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 ENTIRE OFFERING SORTED INTO SALE PENS FOR CONVENIENT EVALUATION

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 SALE ORDER, GENOMIC TESTING RESULTS & SUPPLEMENT POSTED

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29 11:00 A.M. — COME WORSHIP WITH US IN ARNETT, OKLAHOMA 6:30 P.M. — CATTLEMAN’S SOCIAL …SALE OFFERING ON DISPLAY & DINNER AT THE RANCH

MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 8:00 A.M. — COFFEE & CONVERSATION 11:00 A.M. — LUNCH 1:00 P.M. — SALE LIVE AT THE RANCH & ON SUPERIOR RURAL TV (DISH CHANNEL 232)

Raise your own champions!


Welcome to Black Hereford Ranch’s 13th Annual Fall Cream of the Crop Sale T hank you for taking the time to go through this offering. I know what our mailbox looks like this time of year, and you can spend

more time than you have sorting through catalogs, hundreds of online sales and can wear out a new pickup looking for quality herd bulls or females. Now more than ever is the time to invest in a top notch herd bull or bred female in order to keep your program moving forward. This is one of the best sets of bulls and females that we have ever produced, and we are excited to share them with you. Please stop by the ranch any time from now til sale day and inspect them. We are confident that you’ll find many of them that will fit your liking. They’re deep, wide, sound, packing plenty of muscle and will prove to be valuable additions to any herd. Many of them are ETs out of our old, proven, best producing donors. We are also selling the very tops from our good customers’ programs that have put our genetics to work with great success. When you buy from us, you’re investing in your program’s future and gaining friends who will help you merchandise your offspring, just like we do our own. Raising and selling champion caliber show steers, and offering the females and bulls that produce them, has been our only business since 1978. We are a fourth-generation family operation. We have no rich uncles, no booming oil wells, no wind turbines, no side jobs, and we don’t play the lottery. This is our livelihood and our only business. You can rest assured that you’re dealing with an outfit that stands behind what we sell 100%. It’s a pleasure to see our Cream of the Crop cattle perform highly for our customers. We invest a lot of money, time and hard work and believe our job is to help you increase your profitability. We are dedicated to your success and want to help you Raise Your Own Champions!

We don’t keep the best and sell the rest. We offer you our all. There’s not many others in this business who can truthfully say that. There are many real good cattle of all sizes, colors, looks and builds, and we’re certain that you’ll be able to find a good one you can afford that’ll fit the mold of what you’re looking for. Most of the bulls selling are 18 to 19 months old, with the exception of eight of the elite, mature end of our 2016 fall-born bulls. They’ve all passed an in-depth semen and trich test, have been TH, PHA and PI BVD tested and are ready to go anywhere for heavy service this fall. The 38 bred April and May calving bred heifers selling are the top end of our 70 we bred this summer. You can expect high quality of all breeds and colors. Several have the look and genetics to prove them donor worthy. If you don’t have spring calvers, here is your chance for a quick return on investment. Calve them out next spring, flush them next summer and breed them back in the fall to fit your fall breeding programs. We don’t just turn your average run of the mill, low birth weight heifer bulls out. We hunt hard and spend a small fortune on Registered Angus and Red Angus bulls that are built right for this business without sacrificing calving ease. We not only understand as well as anyone the importance of smooth calving but also how much weighs on the quality of your calf crop. We have done our best to give you that opportunity the first crack off the bat with these females. It has been an age-old debate on what a good herd bull or female is worth. Everyone’s budgets and goals vary so that it makes it tough to put a number on them. However, we have many customers who can testify that there are good cattle at bargain prices throughout the entirety of this sale, if you do your homework. Many cattle in the past have proven to pay for themselves within their first calf crop. If you haven’t ever joined us for a Cream of the Crop Sale, I encourage you to. Even if you aren’t shopping for a herd addition, swing by…we won’t charge you to look around. We can guarantee you won’t leave disappointed. This is an exciting time to be in this industry. Over the past 39 years we’ve watched as this business has grown and advanced. We have been blessed to be able to produce deep quality cattle in volume to share with our customers through Cream of the Crop sales. We owe a pile of gratitude to our longterm, repeat customers; many of you have turned into our closest friends, and we thank you! If you can’t make the trip to see this set for yourselves, give me a call and let’s visit. Describe what you’re looking for and I’ll help you pick the ones that suit your needs and guarantee you’ll be satisfied when they pull in your driveway or you won’t own them. We stand behind these cattle as good as or better than anyone and want to set you up to be successful with them. If you are unable to be with us sale day but would like to watch along and place bids, then we have a couple different routes to accommodate you. The sale will be broadcast live on Superior; if you would like to register to bid through them, they can help you over the phone and on the internet. You can also reach one of us to set up absentee bidding and to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to this sale all year long, and having the chance to visit with friends new and old makes for a good time. We hope you will join us Sunday night to eat and inspect the offering, and come back for lunch with us at the sale on Monday, October 30th! If you have any questions or if we can ever help you in any way, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Last but not least, don’t forget to pray for the USA!

The Kris Black Family Kris & Gay Black (580) 309-0711 Tyler Roberts (580) 309-0774

Phylli Roberts (580) 480-2015

18022 E 840 Road, Crawford, OK 73638

www.blackherefordranch.com

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RANCH & SALE LOCATION The ranch is located 15 miles north of Cheyenne, OK, on Hwy. 283/33 and then 2.5 miles west on Hwy. 33. From I-40 in Oklahoma...Take Hwy. 283 north of I-40 at the Sayre exit and proceed north to Cheyenne. Go 13 miles north of Cheyenne to Roll, OK. Just north of Roll at the Hwy. 283 and Hwy. 33 junction, go west 2.5 miles on Hwy. 33 to the ranch sign.

From the Texas Panhandle…At the Hwys. 60 and 33 junction, go east 35 miles on Hwy. 33 to the ranch sign, then go south on Co. Rd. 1800, then east on 0840.

LODGING Cheyenne, OK (17 miles)—The Bear Den Inn (580) 497-3376; Cheyenne Motel (580) 497-3383. Sayre, OK (42 miles)—Americ Inn (580) 928-2700. Canadian, TX (43 miles)—Best Western (806) 323-9660. Elk City, OK (50 miles)—Plus Best Western (580) 303-4851; Hampton Inn (580) 225-2553; Holiday Inn Express (580) 303-4556.

AIR TRANSPORTATION Commercial: Oklahoma City is 145 miles and Amarillo is 125 miles from the ranch. Private: We will accommodate guest pickup and drop off— please make arrangements with our main staff in advance. Cheyenne, OK (20 miles) (580) 497-2445 or 2670. Elk City, OK (45 miles) (580) 225-7700.

SALE DAY STAFF Steve Bonham Auctioneer (405) 823-2972 Chisolm Kinder Oklahoma Cowman (405) 747-4683 Craig Talkington CT Sales (785) 623-1789 Ryan Denton Special Assignment (918) 629-3004

SALE TERMS & CONDITIONS Terms of the sale are cash, check or wire transfer payable to Black Hereford Ranch at the conclusion of the auction. Animals will not be released until paid for in full. Printed information on the sale day supplement takes precedence over printed information in this catalog or other advertising. Announcements from the auction block will take precedence over all printed material for this sale. All animals will be sold by lot number from the auction block. Every effort has been made to assure accuracy and information that is quoted concerning the animals is taken from their respective breeder’s records.

ONLINE BIDDING The sale will be broadcast live from the ranch on Superior on DISH CHANNEL 232 – RURAL TV. You can register with Superior by calling (800) 422-2117, or visit www.superiorlivestock.com. You only need to register with Superior if you plan on bidding through them. All other bidding at the sale must be registered at the clerk’s desk.

FALL 2017 CREAM OF THE CROP SALE CONSULTANTS TEXAS Wade Shackelford (972) 679-4749 Joe Taylor (830) 570-7320 Kolten Thigpen (830) 426-1713 David Waldrip (210) 889-8372 OKLAHOMA Dustin Glover (580) 280-0188 Brian Kennedy (405) 853-5691 William Walther (405) 612-7554 IOWA Gary Ohlrichs (712) 548-6481 Denton Ohlrichs (712) 539-1283 Chris Rosa (641) 203-1686 John Sachau (712) 267-2200 INDIANA Mike Rist (765) 437-1665

GEORGIA Bill Martin (706) 654-8883 LOUSIANA Bryan Galley (337) 526-6216 ALABAMA John Maples (334) 703-0923 CALIFORNIA Dennis Metzger (816) 519-8208 Brandon Machado (209) 489-1189 MISSOURI Doug Shaffer (417) 825-4252 Kate Shaffer (417) 793-4315 FLORIDA Jason Clark (863) 781-0786

NOTE: If you would like to consult with Kris, please call (580) 309-0711 prior to sale day if at all possible. We want him to be able to thoroughly evaluate and answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions at any time and are unable to reach Kris, please call Tyler (580) 309-0774, Phylli (580) 480-2015, or Robert John Carlson (785) 556-0701. FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 2 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


Black Hereford Ranch Breeding Guarantee & Retained Interest Policy BULL BREEDING GUARANTEE All bulls in this offering have been fertility & trich tested by our veterinarian and are guaranteed to be breeders, with the exception of a) injury or disease occurring after the time of sale; b) gross negligence or willful misconduct on the part of the purchaser. Any bull that settles cows by natural service is considered a breeder. No guarantee is given regarding the ability to freeze semen, but most all will freeze semen.

FEMALE BREEDING GUARANTEE Safe in calf females have been examined by our veterinarians. All females declared safe in calf have the projected number of days bred on the day of preg check in this catalog or on sale day supplement. Projected due dates are best estimates only and not guaranteed. Please remember that it is normal to give birth throughout the two weeks either side of their projected due date. A very small percentage of bred females are found to come open after they have preg checked bred. If any bred female is found to be open by a competent veterinarian by November 30, 2017. After the female is returned to Black Hereford Ranch within 60 days of the sale, we will credit you 100% of the purchase price through any 2018 COC sale.

RETAINED INTEREST IN BULLS Unless otherwise stated in the catalog, we are selling full possession, full salvage value and 2/3 revenue sharing semen interest. This means the bull is totally in your control on how you want to handle him as well as 100% of the salvage value of the bull. We are retaining 1/3 revenuesharing semen interest. This simply gives us the right to 1/3 of the semen sales revenue from the bull if at sometime in the future semen sales become a possibility. If a buyer is not interested in marketing the semen from a bull, then Black Hereford Ranch reserves the right to collect a semen bank on the bull at our cost and the buyer’s convenience within a timely manner. That semen would be 100% owned by Black Hereford Ranch for our use or marketing. If you sell the bull

to anyone else, Black Hereford Ranch retains our semen interest on that bull. Realistically speaking, we are keeping an interest in every bull because we want to keep it simple and have great bulls throughout the entire offering. The bulls that do develop a market for larger amounts of semen can be very financially rewarding; therefore, as a breeder of some of the best seed stock in the industry, we want to share with you in these bulls. Even bulls that aren’t originally promoted can become popular at a later time, especially after calf crops prove successful. We want to be a great partner with you. Semen Rights: Buyers receive semen rights proportionally to the interest that you purchased. 1/3 semen interest is retained on all bulls unless otherwise stated in the catalog or supplement sheet or announced from the block the day of the sale. Therefore, if you purchase 2/3 revenue sharing semen interest, you are entitled to 2/3 of the collection semen cost provided that you indicate that you want semen prior to collection. Future semen collections must be made known to all owners prior to collecting. The collections and cost will be divided according to each owner’s interest, unless otherwise agreed upon mutually by all owners prior to collection of said semen. However, if at any time you decide to sell your purchased bull and semen interest, Black Hereford Ranch still retains their semen interest and the right to collect DNA for cloning purposes.

RETAINED INTEREST IN FEMALES Black Hereford Ranch retains the right to partner on two successful flushes on all COC females. A successful flush is defined as producing at least four embryos per partner; therefore, we are retaining at least eight embryos total on each female. If a buyer is not interested in flushing the female, then Black Hereford Ranch reserves the right to two successful flushes on the female at our cost and the buyer’s convenience within a timely manner. If at any time you decide to sell the female, Black Hereford Ranch still retains the right to partner on two successful flushes and the right to collect DNA for cloning purposes.

PRICE RANGES There will be many cattle selling in this sale that will fit most anyone’s price range and budget. Last year the bulls averaged $6,000, and the females averaged a little over $4,000. However, there are good cattle that bring in the $2,500 to $3,500 range that you will be proud of when you get them home and that will help improve the quality of your herd. Our best advice? Do your homework. There are many bargains in every Cream of the Crop Sale that pay for themselves within their first calf crop…and some even wind up in our success stories.

CATALOG PRODUCED BY SOUTHWEST TYPESTYLES (405) 317-1743 SALE CATTLE PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOS BY CHRIS ROSA, WWW.STEERBIDDER.COM (641) 203-1686

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FREE BIRD SON

Real stout, good lookin’, big hipped and rugged built, just like his sire and grandsire. He’s out of a killer lookin’ double bred Habanero cow who is pretty special. This Free Bird is good necked and cool lookin’ with cow power out the wazoo. There’s promotability money to be made here!

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Free Bird sire of Lots 1–3 9808 wrt | White | 4.4.16 | Horned S: Free Bird (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) | D: Yellow Jacket x Shamrock (Junior x Maine Break)

When we say our cattle are engineered to be the champion making kind…good looking, wide bodied, sound and packing plenty of muscle, it is because their sire and dams are backed by generations of this kind. When that is all they are hardwired with, it makes them produce consistently. This year’s Lot 1 is a prime example of how this works, and here are some of the genetics that he has had bred into him for generations. Sire COC Free Bird The $36,000 Lead On son and full brother to COC Troubadour. Troubadour sired the 2014 Grand Steer at San Antonio, 2011 Belt Buckle Bonanza Champion Prospect, plus countless other high sellers and champions from coast to coast. He sires amazing females that are tremendous producers. For example, MCF’s new highly promoted $175,000-valued Rock Star is out of a good full sister to Free Bird. Brandon Bird has Free Bird hard at work in his program, and we are all excited about his his progeny. Paternal grandsire Lead On Sire of Free Bird, Troubadour and 18 other full sibs that have averaged almost $15,000. Lead On sired the 2006 Grand Steer at Houston. Paternal granddam COC Donor 410 Dam of Free Bird. Sired by WG and well over the $300,000 mark in progeny sales. She is also the dam of Lot 6. Paternal great-grandsire COC WG One of the first PB Charolais bulls we used. He sired many outstanding females for us, including Donor 410, Donor 223 and Donor 7684, the dam of Lot 7. Paternal great-granddam COC Donor 9970 Over the $100,000 mark in direct sales, including our 2016 $21,000 high selling bred heifer. She is the dam of Donor 410, Donor 7684 and many other high sellers. At 18 years of age, she is still producing within our donor program. Dam’s sire COC Yellow Jacket Sired by Lifeline. Yellow Jacket sired the 2011 Fort Worth Reserve Grand Steer, 2016 Denver Reserve Grand Steer, 2016 Fort Worth Reserve Grand Steer, 2016 Houston Grand Steer, 2011 Iowa State Fair and Iowa Beef Expo Supreme Grand Heifer, Exit 174, $82,000 Unfinished Business, $40,000 half interest Moxie and many more progeny bringing over $50,000. Maternal granddam HooDoo Phylli Dam of Yellow Jacket, Polar Ice, J10 and over $100,000 in progeny sales. She is the only female we have cloned to date and was the stoutest HooDoo ever made. Maternal grandsire COC Lifeline Sire of Yellow Jacket and was sired by COC Habanero. Lifeline sired six Grands and Reserve Grands at Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Maternal great-grandsire COC Habanero Sire of COC Lifeline and COC Junior. Habanero was our high seller in 1996 at $24,000. He sired the 2003 Houston Grand Steer. His daughters are still some of the best in the country. A Habanero daughter produced the COC 2014 OKC Grand. He is still the hairiest creature we’ve had on our place. Maternal great-grandsire COC Shamrock is sired by COC Junior, and COC Junior is sired by COC Habanero. They combined have produced six Grand or Reserve Grand steers at Houston, San Antonio and Austin. How’s that for “power in the blood?” FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 4 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


FREE BIRD SONS

A maternal brother to and bred just like COC Antidote, the 2014 $15,500 Lot 11 Troubadour son that is doing a real good job for Phillip Renner. This Free Bird son is moderate, huge soggy bellied, good hipped, stout built, good necked, big backed, dang sound and will work on cows of any color. If you have bigger Shorthorn cows, you need to own this one.

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635 gcoc | Red/White | 3.30.16 | Horned S: Free Bird (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) | D: Top Secret x Reflector Maine

How often do you find a Shorthorn-marked, real sound herd sire with AI promotability? He is good necked, big, square hipped and topped, extra sound and real attractive. He has just the right amount of muscle and should work on cows of any color. His dam is your typical Troubadour daughter —built right, cool lookin’, great uddered and good bellied.

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1663 wrt | Red/White | 4.5.16 | Horned S: Free Bird (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) | D: Troubadour x Double Vision

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COC TROUBADOUR

Troubadour Sire of Lots 4 & 5

Troubadour has proven time and time again to make tremendous sons and daughters—the kind we’re all striving to produce. He is deceased and very little semen still exists on him. As you will see in the surrounding pages, his daughters are some of the very best champion producers you’ll find anywhere. He consistently stamps them with unmistakable class and style. His sons have proven to take the heat as champion caliber show steers and bulls that produce the kind that make people want to get in this business, like Lots 1 and 2 last fall. Dr. Dave Duello purchased Lot 1, Hoss, our high seller through this sale last fall. We AI’d, flushed and cleaned up to Hoss last fall and are loving the calves we now have on the ground. Hoss was a favorite of Duello’s customers while he had him turned out this summer, and we are excited to share his first calf crop with you this coming spring. We also flushed and AI’d to last fall’s Lot 2, Renegade, and his calves are exciting. We can’t wait to breed back to these two powerhouses and AI to many of their paternal brothers in this offering. Troubadour’s outstanding dam has produced over $300,000 in progeny sales. Troubadour stamps them with an unmistakable style.

Hoss —Troubadour son sold as Lot 1 in the 2016

Renegade—Troubadour son and full brother to

Sue—Troubadour daughter and full sister to

Bull Sale to Dave Duello.

2017 Lot 1 Sue, sold as Lot 2 in our 2016 bull sale to Lehne Farms.

Renegade, sold as Lot 1 in our 2017 female sale to Sue Hyatt.

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TROUBADOUR SONS

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This 60 lb. birth weight halfblood Brahman is sired by our all time, late, great, best all around sire, Troubadour. This one will make you want to get in the Brahman business. This bull is real good looking, extremely sound, very docile and hard to pick a hole in. He has a big, level top with a big, square hip and has the right kind of muscle. He’s one you will really love in person. His dam is a real stout, moderate sized PB gray Brahman. With Troubadour deceased and semen non-existent, these sons will carry the torch and be the cross that American breeders have been hunting for. 180 wrt | Smoke Brahman | 4.14.16 | Scurred S: Troubadour (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) | D: PB Gray Brahman

722 gcoc | White | 3.28.16 | Scurred | ET S: Troubadour (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) | D: Donor 4043 (PB HooDoo)

If you’ve received our catalogs in the past, you’ll probably remember Lot 5’s full sister who was on the front cover of our 2014 Female Sale catalog and highlighted that sale. She is phenomenal and one not easily forgotten. This Troubadour son is good necked, good bellied, wide based and very sound. He’s out of a real stout PB HooDoo donor that has done a tremendous job for us. Maternal brother sells as Lot 31.

Grand Champion Steer, San Antonio 2014, sired by Troubadour.

2016 Austin Reserve Grand Steer, sired by Troubadour and out of a COC Habanero daughter purchased by Voboril.

Rockstar The 2016 Denver display bull now valued at $175,000. Out of a great COC full sister to Troubadour.

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9970/410/7684 COW FAMILY If you’re looking for a good red herd bull, you seriously better come look at this one. He’s good necked, real cool lookin’, sound movin’, good bellied, moderate and stout built. He is still green but will take a picture as a mature bull that you’ll be proud to promote. The very last natural son of the super producing Donor 410 and sired by one of the coolest looking bulls to ever step foot on our place.

Donor 410

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dam of Lot 6 and Troubadour’s dam

410 wrt | Red | 5.2.16 | Horned S: Octane (Solid Gold x Theobold 969, by Meyer 734) | D: Donor 410 (WG x Donor 9970, by Casper)

Hereford marked, good looking, big bodied, sound movin’, stout hipped and topped. He will work on any color of cow you own. His sire is a very impressive cherry red full brother to Leroy Brown, and his dam is a full sister to our $300,000-plus producing 410 Donor and Troubadour’s mother, with sisters like 7684 marching right along behind her. This one is backed by one of the best cow families we’ve ever had.

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7684 wrt | Hereford | 3.1.16 | Horned S: Davis Red full brother to Leroy Brown (Heat Wave x Full Charge) | D: Donor 7684 WG (reg. PB Charolais x Donor 9970, by Casper)

The 9970/410/7684 Cow Family We don’t do a near good enough job promoting or praising our donors, but we owe so much to the cows that have helped build us. Troubadour’s cow family has been nothing short of a blessing for us. They are potent. Donor 9970 resides in our ET program at 18 years of age and is still producing. At age 17, 9970 produced a high selling bred heifer at $21,000. She has been truly tremendous. John Sullivan purchased Donor 410 sight unseen in 2006 for $8,000. Eleven years later, she is well over the $300,000 mark in progeny sales, with her sisters marching right along behind her. This cow family is truly second to none in our books. FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 8 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


EXACTO SONS

He’s sound movin’, wide based, deep bodied and dang good looking. He is great hipped, with plenty of muscle, cool necked and moves great. His maternal grandsire, Torque, has sired several slick shear champions, including a Houston champ!

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8700 kswrt | Smoke | 4.16.16 | Scurred S: Exacto (Troubadour x Donor 4109, by 2XEXT) | D: Torque x 4720 (Maine)

8610 kswrt | Smoke | 4.25.16 | Polled S: Exacto (Troubadour x Donor 4109, by 2XEXT) | D: PB HooDoo

Big backed, wide based, deep bodied, good muscled, cool necked and sound movin’. He’s out of a good old HooDoo that has earned her keep.

COC Exacto

Sire of Lots 8 & 9

COC Exacto has been at work consistently producing the kind that are in demand and hard to part with for Bird, ourselves and now Jim Moylan. He is sired by one of our best, Troubadour, and is backed by a cow worthy of recognition. Donor 4109 (2XEXT x Donor 205 by Habanero x Donor 9642 by Mailman) is backed by three generations of donors and is a maternal sister to Donor 912, who is the donor dam of Red Man. Exacto is a full brother to a heifer that was Champion Chi at the Kansas State Fair and the KJLA and to our $14,000 Lot 2 heifer this summer to Jeffery Sanchez.

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LIL MAN SONS

Huge bellied, big ribbed, attractive necked, with plenty of muscle and moves great. His mother has been a consistent producer for Ricky and Sierra Gray.

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626 gcoc | Smoke | 2.2.16 | Polled S: Lil Man (Troubadour x Yellow Jacket) | D: Charolais

547 bcoc | Smoke | May 2015 | Polled S: Lil Man (Troubadour x Yellow Jacket) | D: Frost Proof x Troubadour

This one will make great chubby females and bull progeny. He is huge, soggy bodied, moderate, as sound as they come and built right. His dam is what typical Frost Proof and Troubadour daughters are—good lookin’ and good producing. You will be seeing them both in pedigrees for years to come. These are two of the last from the late Lil Man that we will ever be able to offer, and he’s going out with a bang. Lil Man sired our Lot 19 last fall, a Troubadour x Yellow Jacket that sold to K-Sis Cattle Co. to use in their American program and have great reviews about his calves this fall.

Do you know? When you’re looking through the dozens of sale catalogs and thousands of online sales that go on weekly, if you see Yellow Jacket, Made Right, Troubadour, Lifeline, Habanero, Carpe Diem and many others, then you’re looking at descendants of our genetics. A good one can start a fire. For instance, one of ours that forever impacted the club calf industry was a double halfblood Maine bull that we bred, sold and called “Taz,” just like so many others that got their start here at BHR. Taz sired Heat Wave’s dam. Just sit back and think about all that Heat Wave has done in the club calf world and how many pedigrees he is in now. Without Taz, there wouldn’t be a Heat Wave, Monopoly, Man Among Boys, Walks Alone, Solid Gold or the thousands of their sons and daughters down the line. It is mind boggling how far good genetics can carry on, and it’s our goal to put ours to work doing just that.

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YELLOW JACKET GRANDSON

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1686 wrt | White | 4.20.16 | Horned S: GCC ZKCC Exit 174 (COC Yellow Jacket x Heat Wave / Charolais) | D: Troubadour x 8240 (Lifeline x Ritchey Skye Donor)

White/pink nosed, moderate sized, big, stout hipped and real cool looking with good depth. He’s as goose necked as they get and has tremendous Yellow Jacket bone. He was great haired but will make them versatile all day. This cow family has been extremely good to us. His dam is a 3/4 sister to Trump’s mother, and they just keep shelling out the good ones, like this guy. You’ll like this one! Study his pedigree top and bottom and read about how priceless his Troubadour influence is on the previous pages in addition to how worthy his Yellow Jacket genes are in these next few pages. Your eyes will be opened wide to the fact that this really might be the next big one!

COC Trump $52,000 co-high-selling bull in our 2015 Bull Sale, produced out of an outstanding producing COC Troubadour daughter purchased by Phillip Renner in 2013 who has yet to miss. She also produced a $28,000 high selling steer in the 2017 Maine Event Sale this spring. She is well over the $100,000 mark as a six-year-old cow.

$28,000 high selling steer in the 2017 Maine Event Sale

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YELLOW JACKET SON

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472 pcoc | Yellow | May 2015 | Polled S: Yellow Jacket (Lifeline x Phylli Donor, PB HooDoo) | D: Alias x Simmental

We have sold many outstanding Yellow Jacket sons, and this one fits right in with the best of them. He is really deep and wide, super hipped, dang stout, perfect sized and moves darn good. This one will prove to be a good producer of highly sought after steers and females, just like his daddy.

COC Yellow Jacket Sire or grandsire of Lots 12–22

Yellow Jacket would be 14 years old this fall and is still siring great ones. He is sired by COC Lifeline and out of the $100,000-plus producing HooDoo Phylli donor, a true slick shearing master. He is TH & PHA free but builds them versatile, siring countless haired show champions from coast to coast. However, you will also see his name on the bottom side of just as many if not more champion pedigrees. His daughters are reputable, standing the ultimate test of time. They are some of the best producing and most sought after females in the business.

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YELLOW JACKET SONS

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1664 wrt | White | 4.7.16 | Scurred S: Yellow Jacket (Lifeline x Phylli Donor, PB HooDoo) | D: Solid Gold x Donor 223 (WG x Topper)

Cool lookin’, big, soggy bellied, good haired with slick shear muscle and has those good Yellow Jacket tree trunk legs. Show steers or females, he will fit anyone’s program. Loaded for bear with cow power. Dam is a standout, and granddam was one of our very best. He’s way sound and will make great females that you can build a program around plus outstanding male progeny with good returns. 8810 kswrt | Yellow | 4.8.16 | Scurred S: Yellow Jacket (Lifeline x Phylli Donor, PB HooDoo) | D: Registered Angus x HooDoo Charolais

Big boned and backed, stout hipped and topped, slick shear muscle, has typical Yellow Jacket bone and is good footed. He is great at the ground and can flat move.

Moxie —$40,000 half interest 2017

Denver display bull. Full brother to Exit 174 and the 2016 Houston Grand Steer, all sired by Yellow Jacket. The 2016 Reserve Grand Steer at Fort Worth was produced from a Yellow Jacket daughter (pictured far right) that was a high seller for Brian Martin at $32,000 for 1/2 interest in the 2016 Share the Brand Sale.

Unfinished Business —This Yellow Jacket son was the $82,000 high seller in the Reimann dispersal.

The 2016 Grand Champion Steer at Houston was sired by Yellow Jacket and bred by Zach Kraenow.

The 2016 Reserve Grand Steer at Denver was out of a good producing Yellow Jacket daughter at 1Eleven Cattle Co.

Yellow Jacket daughter and $64,000valued dam of the Fort Worth 2016 Reserve Grand Steer.

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YELLOW JACKET GRANDSONS

Out of a good full sister to the over $300,000 producing Donor 410, better known as Troubadour’s dam. This one is exciting, to say the least. He’s pink nosed and built perfect. Everybody says that Troubadour stamps them, but this one gets it from both sides. Prime example of what a good female can carry through to her calves.

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9606 wrt | White | 4.6.16 | Scurred S: GCC ZKCC Exit 174 (COC Yellow Jacket x Heat Wave / Charolais) | D: WG x Donor 9970, by Casper

967 wrt | Yellow | 4.10.16 | Polled S: GCC ZKCC Exit 174 (COC Yellow Jacket x Heat Wave / Charolais) D: Chunky Monkey (PB Charolais) x Donor 4283 (Power Plus x Donor Triangleton 3191)

You’re going to like lots of things about this one. He is big hipped, built great and out of a real good Chunky Monkey cow. His 4283 granddam is Yello Repo’s mother. Cow power galore! His daughters should be tremendous, and his bull calves should have great marketability.

Yello Repo—sold in the 2013 Female Sale as a mature bull

5636 wrt | White | 4.18.16 | Polled S: GCC ZKCC Exit 174 (COC Yellow Jacket x Heat Wave / Charolais) | D: HooDoo Charolais x Maine

Tremendous big, square hip, good belly and nice neck with Yellow Jacket bone that can get out and stroll. Out of a big bodied, good lookin’ halfblood HooDoo.

Exit 174 —Yellow Jacket

son…sire of Lot 12 and Lots 16 –18

Exit 174 x Donor 61 HooDoo bull prospect that we sold half of this spring for $29,500

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YELLOW JACKET GRANDSONS

Sired by one of our new cats on the block, the versatile made Bold N Gold. This African Queen son is white with a pink nose, sound movin’, big footed and cool fronted. He’s real attractive, super complete and will make a killer looking mature bull.

African King — 2015 Lot 1 and $52,500 maternal brother to Lots 12–21

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614 wrt | White | 4.16.16 | Scurred S: Bold N Gold (Walks Alone x HooDoo Prince) D: Donor 614 African Queen (Yellow Jacket x Donor 9630)

African Queen

African Queen is a COC big leaguer and remains our highest selling bred heifer to date. This great producing Yellow Jacket daughter has had more good ones than we have been able to keep track of…such as eight steers from her first flush alone that averaged $20,000. She is the dam of the $52,500 COC African King and countless other high sellers. She has well exceeded the $250,000 mark in progeny sales.

646 gcoc | Black/White | 4.1.16 | Polled | ET S: Uno Mas (Alias x Heat Wave) | D: Donor 614 African Queen (Yellow Jacket x Donor 9630)

Real cool lookin’. A paternal brother to the 2017 Houston Reserve Grand Champion Steer that is moderate sized, good fronted, built right, stout, square hipped and wide based with good muscle.

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576 gcoc | Yellow | 12.2.15 | Polled | IVF S: Double Wide (Yellow Repo x HooDoo 8615) | D: Donor 614 African Queen (Yellow Jacket x Donor 9630)

The one and only Double Wide in the sale, this bull will hold his own. “Double Wide” is how his sire is best described— he is the widest bodied white bull we’ve ever laid eyes on. This son follows suit…he is big, stout hipped, big footed, sound movin’ and good necked. This would be a darn good choice for a good turnout bull this fall in anyone’s program.

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393 pcoc | White | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Hef (KC [Maine x Frog] x Higginbotham Angus) | D: Yellow Jacket x Hairy Bear / OCC Anchor

Extremely long and clean necked, super complete and sound. He is out of a tremendous Yellow Jacket cow and great producing granddam. Parker’s Hairy Bear donor has produced three progeny that have averaged $9,000 in Cream of the Crop sales. Hef sired the 2014 San Antonio Reserve Grand Steer and COC Easy Street, the most consistent calving ease bull we’ve used to date.

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524 GOLD SONS

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Maternal grandsire Lead On is the sire of Troubadour. Donor 5088 is the dam of last fall’s ever so popular Lot 2 Renegade to Lehne and this summer’s $25,000 half interest Lot 1 bred heifer to Sue Hyatt. 5088 stamps them hard. She was my pick of the 1,600 bred purebred heifers at the HooDoo Ranch in 2005 and one of the best ones I have ever brought home from there. More 5088s sell as Lots 44 and 45. This bull is great sized, dang good lookin’, good bellied, cool necked, good legged and sound movin’ with plenty of muscle. 8619 wrt | White | 4.13.16 | Polled S: 524 Gold (Solid Gold x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) | D: Lead On (Reg. PB Charolais) x Donor 5088, PB HooDoo

Good muscled, easy fleshin’, good necked, super hipped and sound movin’ with good foot and bone. His dam is a big, stout, giraffe fronted, deep bodied, easy to spot, good producin’ purebred HooDoo that has earned her keep.

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524 Gold

9137 wrt | Smoke/White | 11.15.15 | Scurred S: 524 Gold (Solid Gold x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) | D: PB HooDoo Charolais The sire of Lots 23–26, 524 Gold, is our $25,000 half interest bull that has sired several that have sold up to $20,000. “Deep and wide” best describes him, as he is as wide as he is tall. He is moderate but can breed the biggest cow on the place, which is good because that’s the girls he works wonders on. He is a maternal brother to Tank, Red Rooster, Yellow Rooster, Black Rooster and four $10,000 to $20,000 bred heifers. His Donor 524 dam is over the $200,000 mark in progeny sales. 524 Gold’s set in this sale will make you want to re-think what semen is in your tank this breeding season!

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MORE DONOR 524 INFLUENCE

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8817 kswrt | Smoke | 3.30.16 | Horned S: 524 Gold (Solid Gold x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) D: HooDoo George x 593 (Strictly Business)

This 524 Gold son is burly built, wide based, big middled, good muscled with good foot and bone and dang sound with a cool look, just like his daddy.

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lot 25 2606 wrt | Yellow | 5.13.16 | Horned S: 524 Gold (Solid Gold x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) | D: Charolais x Maine/Hereford

Big hipped and topped, really complete, extremely sound bull that will add value to his calf crops. His dam is a real good lookin’ yellow baldy five-year-old that has a dang good black Here I Am bull calf this fall. 634 gcoc | Red/White Brockle | 3.29.16 | Scurred S: Tank (Heat Seeker x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) | D: Heat Seeker granddaughter

This Tank son is wide based, square made and stout hipped. He is a little behind but has a cool look and will mature into a good lookin’ bull that will take a picture worth sharing when he catches up. He is out of a first-calf heifer that has a very good Trump calf on the ground this time at Ricky and Sierra Gray’s.

477 pfs | Red Roan Baldy | Fall 2015 | Scurred S: Cracker Jack (Full Flush x Donor 524 x Tugboat) D: Proud Jazz x COC HooDoo

If you follow our sales, you might recognize this bull. He was in our female sale this summer but wasn’t quite ready to sell. You should have followed our advice and bought him while he was green, because he has matured into one that will be easy to spot sale day. He’s a top from the Ralph Hale program that is COC bred top and bottom, back to the great Donor 524. He is deep bodied, soggy bellied, big, square hipped, good necked, sound movin’ and good muscled. His picture doesn’t do him justice — you will like this one in person sale week.

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CRUZ SONS

A real cool younger bull with a very promising future. He is wide based, square hipped, cool necked and good movin’. His Sooner dam is a halfblood Maine that has been good to us. She produced a $6,500 Troubadour son.

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9262 wrt | Smoke | 9.4.16 | Polled S: Cruz (Something Different x Monopoly) | D: SLS Sooner 101M (Limited Edition x Hotline/Angus)

We left this Cruz a bull because of his outstanding dam that we are flushing here with Mike Rist—she is phenomenal. In 2013, Bob Nicholas purchased an outstanding maternal sister by Werewolf for $14,000. This bull is double clean by pedigree but was TH haired. He is big ribbed, stout, square hipped, cool necked with good foot and bone and ultra sound.

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Maternal sister to Lot 30, sold in the 2013 Female Sale

340R wrt | Black Brockle | 8.22.16 | Polled | ET S: Cruz (Something Different x Monopoly) | D: Donor 8354 (ET [Full Force x Harietta] x Whiplash, by Meyer 734)

Cruz

The sire of Lots 29 and 30, Cruz, was one of the most impressive bulls that has been on our place to date. He was huge boned with a big, square hip, very powerful, good sized and extremely sound. TH/PHA clean but was phenomenal haired and built to raise slicks. He was injured at a young age, but we were able to AI to him with great success. His first crop of steers sold this spring and were welcomed into the business with open arms. He is a son of Something Different, who is bred just like Interstate. Cruz’s Monopoly dam isn’t your typical Monopoly. She is a big, stout 1,400 lb. good lookin’ rip. These two sons selling are a testament to the future this bull could have had. FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 18 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


HEAT WAVE INFLUENCE

Maternal brother to the $10,000 Lot 12 Frost Proof in this year’s COC Female Sale. This solid cherry red Monopoly son is big bodied and ultra sound. Sub Zero is our COC $17,000 straight PB HooDoo-bred sire sold to Gray and Parker that has been an extremely consistent female producer since he sold in 2011. This red bull is deep, soggy bodied, square hipped, good necked, moderate sized and good legged.

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692 gcoc | Red | 4.2.16 | Polled S: Monopoly (Heat Wave) | D: Sub Zero x Cerveza

295 gcoc | Yellow | April 2016 | Horned S: Monopoly (Heat Wave) | D: Taz x HooDoo

This bull is a powerhouse—big boned, big backed, big, square hipped, good muscled with good rib shape. A full sib to Melinda Olsen’s Lot 68 from our 2012 Bull Sale. We flushed several antique HooDoos to Taz this fall because of his ability to make females like this one’s dam. She has been an outstanding producer, raising a $29,500 steer, a $15,000 heifer and many more from $5,000 to $10,000. One of the best to come out of the Charlie Parker program.

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723 gcoc | Yellow | 4.6.16 | Scurred | ET S: Believe In Me (Heat Wave x Draft Pick x Full Flush) D: Donor 4043 (PB HooDoo)

If you’ve received our catalogs in the past, you’ll probably remember his full sister, who was on the front cover of our 2014 Female Sale catalog and highlighted that sale. She is phenomenal and not easily forgotten. Donor 4043 was a good lookin’, good producing, PB HooDoo that earned her keep. This son is way powerful from one end to the other. Has a big, square hip, deep flank and can flat get out and move. He was good haired but is built to raise slick shear champions too. Maternal brother sells as Lot 5.

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BANSHEE SONS & OTHER HOODOO INFLUENCE

Another top, out of the Gray program. He’s wide based, loaded with belly and muscle, plenty soft at the ground and can flat get out and move. His Wagonmaster dam has been a consistent producer of good cattle for the Grays.

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Banshee was our 2013 COC $29,000 high seller who is doing a tremendous job for Ricky and Sierra Gray. He is sired by a Troubadour son and back out of a good old HooDoo donor that we are still flushing today. Banshee is still one of the stoutest bulls we’ve sold to date.

683 gcoc | Smoke | 6.10.16 | Polled S: Banshee (Choppin Wood x Donor 127, HooDoo) | D: Wagonmaster x 458 (Total Solution son/Charolais)

686 gcoc | Smoke | 5.21.16 | Polled S: Banshee (Choppin Wood x Donor 127, HooDoo) | D: Double Vision x Maine

This Banshee son is built right and is sound movin’. He just needs more time to mature and you’ll love him. He is really attractive fronted and one that is easy to spot. 691 gcoc | Smoke/White | 5/1/16 | Polled S: Banshee (Choppin Wood x Donor 127, HooDoo) | D: Jimmy The Greek x Power Plus

Maternal brother to the $12,000 Lot 55 Yellow Jacket son in our 2016 bull sale. This Banshee son is moderate sized, deep and wide bodied, super sound, square hipped and big topped. 658 gcoc | White | 9/2015 | Horned S: Honky (HooDoo George x Taz/HooDoo) | D: HooDoo

Here is a real complete, good lookin’, cool necked, square hipped,sound movin’, moderate sized purebred Charolais. He is still green but has all the right parts in all the right places. When this one matures he can go anywhere and fit in with the tops. 385 pcoc | Smoke | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Lil Wayne (Polar Ice x Habanero) | D: Sub Zero x Taz/HooDoo

He is cool necked, big backed and hipped with plenty of guts. Paternal sib to an $18,500 bred heifer and a $13,000 bull through COC sales. He is out of a darn good Sub Zero cow from the Parker program. 2610 wrt | White | 4.15.16 | Horned S: Talk Back (Troubadour x HooDoo ) | D: Blanco (PB HooDoo) x HooDoo)

Another younger one that’s not ready to sell yet but will mature into one that anyone will like. A very good lookin’, moderate made 15/16 Charolais that is big bellied, cool necked, good hipped, stout built and sound movin’.

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HooDoos

the HooDoo Phylli

For 10 consecutive years we made the trip to Cody, Wyoming, where George Brown allowed us the opportunity to have first pick of nearly 20,000 weaned heifer calves on the HooDoo Ranch. We got to hand pick out of 2,000 heifer calves a year, but there was never one quite like HooDoo Phylli. She was the stoutest of the 1,500 we bought and brought back to Crawford. She is the dam of Yellow Jacket, Polar Ice, J10 and many other outstanding progeny. The HooDoos ultimately influenced the turning point in the show steer industry—from a black-hided world to the big surge of yellows, smokes and whites. Cream of the Crop HooDoo females have produced: 2004 Houston Grand Steer, 2006 San Antonio Grand Steer, 2007 San Antonio Grand Steer, 2009 Houston Grand Steer, 2011 Houston Reserve Grand Steer, 2015 Houston Grand Steer, 2016 Houston Reserve Grand Steer and 2016 San Antonio Reserve Grand Steer plus countless breed champions at the toughest shows in the country.

2015 Houston Grand Steer—out of a COC PB HooDoo cow that we sold to our good COC customers at Parker Cattle Co.

2016 Houston Reserve Grand Steer—out of a daughter of a COC HooDoo purchased by Brian and Dennis Kennedy…the third Reserve Grand they’ve produced with our COC genetics. You won’t find HooDoo genetics offered in volume anywhere else like in our sales. Both of these outstanding heifer champions were out of our HooDoo donors. Congratulations to the Shaffer Family on the 2013–14 Charolais Show Heifer of the Year and the Grand Champion Heifer at the 2015 Charolais Junior National.

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FIRE WATER SONS

PUREBRED CHAROLAIS DIVISION LOTS 41–58

This might be the stoutest purebred in the entire sale and perhaps that we’ve ever offered! His PB HooDoo dam is one of the best we’ve had on the ranch. This one can sire club calves on the clubby cows that need size and soundness added to them. He is big, stout hipped, good necked, wide based, good bellied and big footed and boned. Full brother sells as Lot 42.

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490 kswrt | PB Charolais | 3.31.16 | Scurred | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 71 (HooDoo)

13P wrt | PB Charolais | 4.1.16 | Scurred | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 71 (HooDoo)

Here’s a big, stout, thick made purebred. This one is not a little clubby toy, he has size and good performance. He is stout muscled and square hipped with good foot size and bone. His dam is a good built, stout made 13-year-old PB HooDoo donor that has done us a good job. Full brother sells as Lot 41.

TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET Sire or grandsire of Lots 41–56 You’re going to like these Fire Waters. They have good performance, muscle, size and eye appeal. They are mostly ETs out of some of the best PB HooDoo cows in existence. They are impressive. They’re a notch bigger but still plenty moderate for PB Charolais. They are good looking, long, deep bodied and athletic and have plenty of power. They’ll make outstanding commercial bulls with added performance; however, several are built and have the look to sire club calves. Fire Water has sired as many or more champions than any bull of any color out there and is the driving force behind the Charolais breed.

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FIRE WATER SONS

This one is extra good and one of my favorites of all. He is as complete and sound as any that we have had. He is cool fronted, big hipped, good muscled, and did we mention how good he moves? Through no fault of his own, he had an ear infection as a calf. A vet said there was no hope and we needed to cut our losses and ship him. He’s our comeback kid! He does have slight nerve damage down the side of his head, but it won’t keep him from producing the kind we all like. Full brother sells as Lot 45.

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960FV wrt | PB Charolais | 6.23.16 | Polled | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 5088 (PB HooDoo)

748 wrt | PB Charolais | 4.3.16 | Scurred | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 5088 (PB HooDoo)

One cool made purebred! He is real sound, good necked, good muscled, big ribbed and bellied, good footed and great legged. He has plenty of performance for a real good commercial bull but is built the way that everybody likes. Still a hair green at picture time but will make a really nice mature bull. Full brother sells as Lot 44.

Donor 5088

Renegade—son of Donor 5088

sold as Lot 2 in the 2016 Bull Sale to Lehne Farms

Sue —daughter of Donor 5088 sold as

In 2006, George let me pick out of HooDoo Ranch’s 1,600 bred heifers. 5088 was the one that kept sticking out like a sore thumb, just like HooDoo Phylli did as a heifer calf. At 12 years of age, she’s still the one that catches your eye out of the group. To this day, she remains one of our top three favorite PB HooDoo females out of the 20,000 that we sorted through over the ten years we made the trip to Wyoming. She’s done us a good job. Her Lot 2 son, Renegade, was a top seller in our bull sale last fall to Lehne Farms. We flushed and AI’d to him last fall, and they are flat out good! Half interest in 5088’s Lot 1 heifer rang the bell at our sale this summer to Sue Hyatt. The heifer flushmates to Lots 44 and 45 are some of the best in our heifers to breed this fall…be on the lookout for them next summer.

Lot 1 in the 2017 Female Sale to Sue Hyatt

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FIRE WATER SONS

3/4 sister to Lot 46

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2013–2014 Charolais Show Heifer of the Year

0705 kswrt | PB Charolais | 3.27.16 | Polled S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Blanco x Donor 6017 (PB HooDoo)

This one is a real sound, cool necked, good muscled, big bodied, good footed female maker. His granddam is our outstanding producing PB HooDoo Donor 6017. 6017 produced the 2013–14 Charolais Show Heifer of the Year, also sired by Firewater. She is also the dam of Camp Cooley’s breed-leading “Smart Choice” and Patschke Land & Cattle’s COC Cheyenne. His dam is a good lookin’ full sister to the COC 501 herd sire and three full sisters that averaged $15,000 as bred heifers, pushing Donor 6017 well over the $250,000 mark in progeny sales.

9024 kswrt | PB Charolais | 3.28.16 | Polled S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: PB Charolais

Deep, soggy bellied, good made and cool lookin’. A stout, sound purebred that is just the right size with good performance. Anybody with cows will like this purebred!

0155 wrt | PB Charolais | 4.1.16 | Horned | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 8615 (PB HooDoo)

Good performing, way deep, soggy bodied, big hipped, good footed and boned purebred bull. He is good necked, extremely sound, good muscled and very attractive. Donor 8615 is a darn good old HooDoo that we are still flushing today. 8615 was one of the best of the 1,500 females we bought from the HooDoo Ranch.

Black Hereford Ranch retains one-third semen interest, one-third revenue sharing and the right to collect DNA for cloning purposes on all cattle sold through Cream of the Crop sales.

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FIRE WATER SONS

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655 gcoc | PB Charolais | 4.4.16 | Horned | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 1392 (PB HooDoo)

Big backed and hipped, very complete, good necked and good boned with plenty of performance. Just like the rest of these Fire Waters, he is very sound. Donor 1392 is one you can count on. She is 16 years old and we are still flushing her. She was one of the most impressive in her prime. She is real moderate, deep bodied and great hipped. You’ll like these sons. Full brothers sell as Lots 50 and 51. 644 gcoc | PB Charolais | 3.29.16 | Polled | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 1392 (PB HooDoo)

This 1392 son is a stout made, deep bodied, good lookin’ purebred with good performance. His full brothers sell as Lots 49 and 51.

645 gcoc | PB Charolais | 4.2.16 | Polled | ET

S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 1392 (PB HooDoo)

Good lookin’, high performance, extremely soft and sound at the ground. This will be a very nice purebred as a mature bull. Full brothers sell as Lots 49 and 50.

7660 kswrt | PB Charolais | 4.6.16 | Horned S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: PB HooDoo

Big, long, wide bodied, thick made, good performance, eye appeal and great muscle for a purebred. His dam is a big bodied, good lookin’ purebred HooDoo.

643 gcoc | PB Charolais | 4.2.16 | Horned | ET S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: Donor 8150 (PB HooDoo)

This one’s dam is one of the biggest bodied, stoutest purebred cows we’ve ever seen. He will work as a show steer producer or add loads of performance as a commercial bull. He is big, stout hipped, big backed and travels great.

8807 kswrt | PB Charolais | 4.1.16 | Scurred S: TR Mr Fire Water 5792RET (PB Charolais by Thomas Oahe Wind) | D: PB Hoodoo

Coon footed, good bone and belly with added performance. He’s out of a good purebred HooDoo cow that has been a great producer.

0256 wrt | PB Registerable Charolais | 4.8.16 | Polled S: RBM TR Rhinestone (Reg. PB Charolais) | D: Fire Water x Reg. Charolais

Good bone, coon footed and good bellied with good performance. His purebred dam by Fire Water is flat impressive. They literally fought over her $10,200 purebred COC daughter this summer…some of which are still crying.

620 gcoc | PB Registerable Charolais | 2.2016 | Polled S: TR PZC Mr Turton 0794 (Reg. PB Charolais, by Fire Water) | D: KR Ms Easy Pro 8063 (Reg. F1096723)

This big, stout, deep purebred bull is royally bred. His donor dam, 8603, is one of the best producing, highest money earners in the Troy Thomas and Dan Sullivan programs. She’s the dam of TR 100 Proof. TRDSUL Lady Bunny was the 2015 American Royal Champion Charolais Female and was also Champion at the 2015 Fort Worth Stock Show. 8063 is one of the most noted cows in the Charolais breed.

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CHAROLAIS COMPOSITE BULLS

This ET bull is out of our 6005 HooDoo cow, who is also the dam of Werewolf, our great Troubadour son, and also the popular Lot 465 bull this summer sold to Brad Holt. I wish this bull was a little older, because he would be the one everyone wants to take home. He is a good one! He is big, deep bodied, wide based and sound movin’.

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9163 wrt | White | 9.21.16 | Polled | ET S: Something Different or 146 (Tickle x Donor 6017) | D: Donor 6005 (PB HooDoo)

COC Werewolf—maternal brother to Lot 57

Maternal brother to Lot 57

Good foot and bone, big, deep bodied, good hipped, cool fronted and will make a very nice mature bull. He is really good all over and hard to fault. Out of one of the best looking HooDoo donors we’ve had.

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58

257 pcoc | White | 9.11.16 | Horned | ET S: Something Different or 146 (Tickle x Donor 6017) | D: Donor 790 (PB HooDoo)

Lots 57 & 58

These two bulls are a toss up. We mixed semen on 146 Purebred and Something Different on two flushes on two of our very best HooDoo donors. Something Different is a clean bull, bred just like Interstate, and is the sire of Cruz. 146 is a purebred Tickle son and the last son of our late, great, super producing Donor 6017 (please see the footnote on Lot 46 to study her successes). No matter what these two are, they are good ones!

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CHAROLAIS COMPOSITE BULLS

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59

3000 wrt | White | 4.2.16 | Scurred S: RBM TR Rhinestone (Reg. PB Charolais) | D: Lead On (Reg. PB Charolais) x Donor 410 (WG x Casper)

Here’s a 7/8 Charolais that is moderate sized. He is real nice to look at and came easy. His dam is a full sister to Troubadour and is extra special. Visit the Troubadour section at the front of the catalog to review how this cow family has forever influenced the club calf industry.

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60

9804 kswrt | Smoke | 4.3.16 | Scurred S: Rapid Rewards (Hef x Yahtzee) | D: Charolais x Maine/Angus

Here’s a good lookin’, stout made, big, deep bodied, wide based bull that I like a lot. He is perfect sized and big footed. They just don’t get much better built than this paternal brother to the 2016 Houston Grand Steer.

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61

627 gcoc | Smoke | 3.15.16 | Horned S: Easy Street (Hef x Alias son) | D: 458 Problem Solved x Maine/Shorthorn

Really nice looking, double bred calving ease, 70 lb. birth weight Easy Street son. He is moderate sized and cool necked. His sire is the easiest calving bull that we have ever used; his progeny are built good and are extremely marketable.

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62

344 pcoc | Smoke | 3.2016 | Polled S: 726X (Chunky Monkey x Blizzard 008) | D: Smoke Show (Monopoly) x Angus

Cool necked, big boned, wide based, deep bodied, square hipped and big topped, sound movin’ and dang good muscled. This one can work on a wide variety of cows and is a safe bet to produce good females and male offspring with added stoutness and depth.

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63

139 pcoc | Smoke | 3.2016 | Horned S: Interstate (Alias x Sir Duke) | D: Simmi x Charolais/Angus

Huge, deep bodied, big backed, very sound, good hipped and sired by the ever so popular Interstate. Interstate has produced several national champions and is still siring high sellers coast to coast, with his semen bringing up to and over $700 a straw.

There will be many cattle selling in this sale that will fit most anyone’s price range and budget. Last year the bulls averaged $6,000, and the females averaged a little over $4,000. However, there are good cattle that bring in the $2,500 to $3,500 range that you will be proud of when you get them home and that will help improve the quality of your herd. Our best advice? Do your homework. There are many bargains in every Cream of the Crop Sale that pay for themselves within their first calf crop…and some even wind up in our success stories.

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MOVIN A’HEAD SONS

BLACK COMPOSITE DIVISION LOTS 65–81

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386 pcoc | Black | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Movin A’Head (Made Right x Tank) | D: 2XEXT x Double Vision/Whiplash

Big, square topped, good necked, stout hipped, sound movin’ and massive bone with plenty of muscle. You’re going to hear a lot more about his up-and-coming COC sire, Movin A’Head, because of progeny like this one. This bull may be the best made, most fault free in the entire offering. His 2XEXT donor dam has been an outstanding producer in the Parker program. She has produced many $5,000 to $15,000 progeny.

381 pcoc | Black | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Movin A’Head (Made Right x Tank) | D: 50% Canadian Maine

Big, level hipped and topped, super complete, cool fronted and sound. His halfblood Canadian Maine dam is monster boned, hairy, way sound and a great producer for Parker.

388 pcoc | Black | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Movin A’Head (Made Right x Tank) | D: Hairy Bear x OCC Anchor

Real complete, big backed and plenty sound. His dam has been an outstanding producer for Charlie Parker and our COC sales. Two maternal brothers sold for $15,000 and $9,000 in our 2015 Bull Sale. Three more maternal sibs in our COC sales averaged $9,000. Movin A’Head

The outstanding COC Made Right son that Charlie Parker is glad he took back to Marshall! Movin A’Head is Hereford marked, great hipped and perfect sized. In his first limited calf crop, we sold $30,000, $12,500 and $8,000 steers. It is amazing what he is producing on cows of every color. His sons sell as Lots 65–67.

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BLACK BULLS

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68

473 pcoc | Black | 4.2016 | Scurred S: Maternal Made (Mercedes Benz x Irish Whiskey) | D: Heat Seeker x Angus

This is a very special son of the $300,000 2016 Denver standout Maternal Made. His dam is a big bodied, good lookin’ Heat Seeker daughter that is ultra sound and one of the tops in the Tim Lange herd. This bull is deep, wide bodied with a big, square hip and ultra sound.

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488 pfs | Black | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Monopoly (Heat Wave) | D: 458 Problem Solved (Total Solution) x Alias

Way deep, sound, big butted, huge bodied, very soft at the ground and wide. Maternal brother brought $8,000 in the 2014 Bull Sale. Ricky and Sierra Gray bought 458 11 years ago, and for the last decade he has been hauling good ones back up here. They have had quite a history in this sale, and his daughters have gone on to be wonderful producers as well.

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70

494 pfs | Black | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Walk This Way (Walks Alone x Habanero) | D: 448 (Meyer 734 son x Angus)

Good muscled, big, deep, wide bodied and good lookin’. 448 is also the dam of a $24,000 Lead On heifer that produced the 2012 State Fair of Texas Grand Steer.

Grand Champion Steer, 2012 State Fair of Texas.

Raise your own champions!

Maternal brother to Lot 70.

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BROKER SONS

Real stout, perfect sized and way good hipped with lots of middle. A real good 5/8 Simmi that will sire good Simmi show steers, females you won’t want to turn loose of and bulls you’ll want to turn out with your own cows. We like this one a lot. Dam is a very good looking Picasso granddaughter.

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71

459 kswrt | Black Baldy | 4.7.16 | Scurred S: Mr HOC Broker (PB Simmental by SVF Steel Force) | D: Mossy Oak x 2N (Picasso)

Mr HOC Broker Sire of Lots 71–74

Broker has sired more champions and high sellers by far than any other black Simmental bull out there. He consistently makes them stout and good lookin’. We crossed him on some of our best black cows and believe that these sons will work great in a wide variety of programs.

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BROKER SONS

An exciting black baldy that is way stout, Yellow Jacket boned, big, square hipped, rugged built and ultra sound. This one will sire lots of the keepin’ kind of females and good show steers. He will work great on the moderate framed clubbier females with his added size and performance. He has been a standout since he hit the ground. He’s backed by a double-bred Habanero cow, which won’t do anything but help his productivity.

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9810 wrt | Black Baldy | 4.4.16 | Polled S: Mr HOC Broker (PB Simmental by SVF Steel Force) | D: Yellow Jacket x Shamrock (Junior x Maine Break)

0179 wrt | Black | 9.9.16 | Polled S: Mr HOC Broker (PB Simmental by SVF Steel Force) D: 2XEXT x 8210 (Red Bull/Angus)

This Broker son with a shot of Black Max and Power Plant from Red Bull will make dang good females. He is as sound, big ribbed and square hipped as they get. His dam is half Angus with a shot of Simmi and Maine and is really nice. This one should make dang good females.

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67 kswrt | Black | 3.31.16 | Polled S: Mr HOC Broker (PB Simmental by SVF Steel Force) D: Registered Angus

lot 73

A halfblood Broker son that is big, stout, soggy bellied with good foot and bone. Out of a good old Switzer registered Angus cow. Put him on a set of commercial cows, and his calves will mash the scales and still have eye appeal.

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UPGRADE SONS, ANGUS & MAINE

The sire of Lots 74–77, Upgrade, is the most consistent black Simmi bull that produces good all-around offspring that we have used. He makes good cow makin' daughters and good lookin', high performing sons with no birth problems. These sons are out of some of the best black-hided cows that we own and should prove to be just as valuable.

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2996 wrt | Black | 4.6.16 | Polled S: Mr NLC Upgrade (PB Simmental by Ellingson Legacy) | D: Eye Candy (Naughty Pine) x Simmental

An extra chubby 5/8 Simmi that is out of one cool lookin’ baldy Simmi-cross cow. She was one of our top cows through our female sale this summer to Justin Sullivan. This Upgrade son will make good bodied, easy keepin’ females that you’ll be proud of. He is big, deep bodied, wide pinned and can travel.

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76

1682 wrt | Black | 4.5.16 | Scurred S: Mr NLC Upgrade (PB Simmental by Ellingson Legacy) | D: Frost Proof x Maine/Simmental

Big, deep, soggy bodied and very sound Upgrade son out of a real good Frost Proof daughter. This one will sire performance and very good daughters that will make super cows.

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A753 wrt | Registerable PB Simmental | 4.4.16 | Polled S: Mr NLC Upgrade (PB Simmental by Ellingson Legacy) | D: Reg. 1/2 SM, 1/2 AN 2770319—Duff New Edition x Dream On

Here’s a moderate, big, deep, soggy bellied, easy keepin’, registrable 3/4 Simmi—and he is a good one. He will make nice, chubby, easy keepin’, good hipped daughters. His dam is a registered halfblood that we think a lot of.

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4601 wrt | PB Angus | 4.15.16 | Polled S: OCC X-cel 652X (Reg. Angus 16877211—OCC Homer x OCC Joker) | D: OCC Angus

70 lb. birth weight and born unassisted out of a real good Ohlde-bred first-calf heifer. He will be heifer proof and will sire outstanding, easy keepin’, good uddered females, like the Ohlde cattle are noted for. X-cel’s granddam is a full sister to OCC Emblazon, who needs no introduction. He is sound movin’, built right, big, deep, soggy bodied, moderate sized and ready to turn out on heifers.

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471 pcoc | Black 3/4 Maine | 3.2016 | Scurred S: The Maine Man (Hot Commodity x Hard Drive) D: Cowan’s Ali x Angus

This 3/4 Maine bull is big boned, big backed, big hipped, sound and very good looking. It’s hard to find a high percentage Maine bull built like this one.

lot 79

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BELIEVE IN ME SON & GRANDSON

When Believe In Me clicks, they’re flat good, like this one. He is constructed about as good as they get. Plenty of muscle and bone, way good lookin’ and big, square hipped.

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469 pcoc | Black Brockle | 4.2016 | Scurred S: Believe In Me (Heat Wave x Draft Pick x Full Flush) | D: Meyer 734 x Full Flush/6807

485 pfs | Black 3/4 Maine | 4.2015 | Scurred S: I Believe (Believe In Me) | D: Reg. PB Maine (Statesman x 84M)

A notch bigger with real good performance, built like he should work wonders on those smallto medium-framed clubbies that are out there. He is sound movin’ and choke fronted with plenty of muscle. This good lookin’ higher percentage 3/4 Maine is plenty stout. His PB Maine dam sold for $10,000 through Bushy Park’s cow sale. Her first calf was a heifer by Mercedes Benz who sold for $10,000, and this bull is her second calf. Maternal granddam, 84M, is probably the most highly noted cow of the Maine breed. Barry Nowatzke has had several National Champion Females out of her.

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Made Right Made Right was born 15 years ago and is still dominating Hereford steer shows all over the country. No other sire comes close to his track record of producing champions and high sellers. His sire, dam and granddam were all raised here. In 2016 alone, Made Right sired six of the ten major show champions in Texas. The female mates to these champions are making phenomenal producers. Made Right is deceased, and the tanks are running very low. Check out his new son Battle Ship.

2016 Fort Worth Champion Hereford Steer, sired by Made Right.

2016 Fort Worth Champion Polled Hereford Steer, Made Right x Glover Donor 0545.

$76,000 Battle Cry—Made Right x Donor 0545. To say that 0545 clicks to Made Right would be an understatement. This mating also produced War Paint, the 2016 and 2017 OKC Champion Hereford steers and has generated over $300,00 in sales. Congratulations to Glover Cattle Co.

2016 Sandhills Stock Show Reserve Grand Champion Steer, sired by Made Right.

2015 Sandhills Grand Champion Steer, sired by Made Right.

2015 Sandhills Reserve Grand Champion Steer, sired by Made Right.

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DUNCAN SON

HEREFORD MARKED DIVISION LOTS 83–87

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44 pcoc | Hereford | 8.2016 | Polled | IVF S: HL Duncan (Patty Cake x COC Donor 1630 by Made Right) | D: ENLW Zanna 222Z (Reg. Hereford by Shock & Awe/Reload)

Extremely good lookin’, big, big bellied, good hipped and moves like a cat. A very nice polled Made Right grandson from the Enlow program. His registered Hereford donor dam was Reserve Division at the Junior National Hereford Expo a few years ago and produced our 95 Carpe Diem son that we have used with great success. If you’re in the business of raising good Hereford show steers, this is one to get hyped up about. As an added bonus, he is marked perfect and would make a good outcross to most.

2015 Fort Worth Reserve Champion Hereford Steer, sired by Made Right.

2015 San Antonio Champion Hereford Steer, sired by Made Right.

Double Made, sired by the Made Right son I’m Just Right and out of a Made Right cow. High seller in our 2017 Summer Sale to 1Eleven Cattle Co. His first calves this fall are low birth weight and look very promising.

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MADE RIGHT & OTHER HEREFORD INFLUENCE

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556 gcoc | Hereford | 4.5.16 | Horned | IVF S: Made Right (4114 Made x Donor 9929 by Dakota) | D: Donor 9647N (SS x Timex/Maine)

2013 Champion Polled Hereford Steer— maternal brother to Lot 84

Real cool necked, square hipped and good muscled with Made Right foot and bone. Here is a dang good lookin’, very complete, sound movin’ full brother to the 2013 Fort Worth Champion Polled Hereford Steer. A full sister produced an $11,000 steer by Easy Jet in our April online sale that was one of the best fall borns we sold this year. You’ll be proud of this one as a mature bull.

8710 kswrt | Hereford | 3.29.16 | Polled S: Battle Cry (Made Right x Glover 0545 by Heat Wave) | D: Ace son x Hereford

A flat good looking Battle Cry Son out of a dang, dang good lookin’ Hereford cow. Zero throat whatsoever, good legged and super sound. He’s polled, marked good and has a great attitude. No disappointments! You’ll be proud to own this one as a mature bull.

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86

380 pcoc | Hereford | Fall 2015 | Scurred S: Gojo (Bojo x Outer Limits) | D: Made Right x Barber Ranch Hereford

Good marked, real complete and sound movin’ with a nice look. His dam is our all-time record high-selling bred heifer and one of the best Made Right daughters ever at $24,000 for half. She produced a $12,000 son last year. His sire is a good lookin’ Hereford-marked Bojo out of a good Outer Limits daughter produced by Charlie Parker.

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87

657 gcoc | Hereford | 4.3.16 | Polled | ET S: Outer Limits (Ace x Tiger) | D: Donor 4107 (SS x 2107 by BT Butler)

Donor 4107 was a total powerhouse in terms of profitability and looks. Granddam 2107 is the dam of 30-06 and Made My Day. This bull is a good lookin’ sucker that will mature into one that will take a great picture. He is green but built how we like. He is good necked with good foot and bone.

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STARBURST SON

SHORTHORN DIVISION LOT 88

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356 gcoc | White Shorthorn | 10.2015 | Horned | IVF S: FSF Starburst (Reg. Shorthorn by FSF Stardust) | D: Donor 42213 “Shorty” (Shorthorn x Maine)

God doesn’t make them like this one very often. They don’t come any cooler and stouter that can still move like an athlete. Outstanding slick shear muscle shape but had hair as good as it gets. He will make champion show steers, hair or slick of any color all day long. His dam sold for over $20,000 in Duello’s Denver sale and then re-sold in our 2015 sale for $17,000 as a 10-year-old. Three brothers averaged $14,000 in COC sales, and several other maternal sibs consistently sold from $3,000 to $7,500. Dam of Lot 88

Many of the cattle in this sale will fit most anyone’s price range and budget. Last year the bulls averaged $6,000, and the females averaged a little over $4,000. However, there are good cattle that bring in the $2,500 to $3,500 range that you will be proud of when you get them home and that will help improve the quality of your herd. Our best advice? Do your homework. There are many bargains in every Cream of the Crop Sale that pay for themselves within their first calf crop…and some even wind up in our success stories.

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BRAHMAN INFLUENCE

BRAHMAN-INFLUENCE DIVISION

LOTS 89 & 90

Truly one of a kind! This IVFproduced Power Plus son is out of a killer looking purebred gray Brahman donor. His heifer flushmates are going to make phenomenal cows. He is stout muscled, big, deep middled, good necked, big, square topped, good minded and extremely sound with good foot and bone under him.

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704 gcoc | Black Brahman | 4.5.16 | Scurred | IVF S: BK Power Plus (PB Maine) Hall’s Legacy Plus x Draft Pick | D: Dovie Donor (PB Gray Brahman)

Good necked, deep bodied, wide based and good movin’ with loads of belly and real good muscle. He has plenty of character to use on low percentage Americans to raise those hard-to-find kind. Some of our early lookers mentioned that this one has the looks and the ability to not be limited to only produce Americans. He’s just flat good. He has been the kind that sticks out at you since he hit the ground. His good lookin’ red baldy dam was our pick of the Simbrah cows in Dr. Gary Warner’s dispersal. 52 wrt | Red Brockle | 4.16.16 | Polled S: Jimmy The Greek (Red Hot x Full Flush) | D: Warner Simbrah FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 38 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


SPRING BRED HEIFER DIVISION

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Trail Boss sire of Lot 101 583 gcoc | Smoke/White | 10.2015 | Polled S: Trail Boss (Wagonmaster x Little Mac/Double Stuff) | D: LT Wind Storm M480910 x PB HooDoo Preg check 9/12: 75 days

This is one of my favorite breds. You can’t make them any better for raising slick shear champions. She is out of a darn stout PB Charolais cow that resides at Sid Robinson’s. COC Trail Boss was a big time producer for Champ and Neal Ray Davis at $14,000 in the first COC sale. Two years later they doubled their money when we re-sold him in our 2013 Female Sale for $29,000. That same year, his first heifer crop shot out the lights— they were phenomenal. He has been been an excellent female producer and has done a tremendous job for Tommy Byrd, Sid Robinson and ourselves. This female fits that mold to a T. She is very special…the kind that can go anywhere sight unseen and fit in with the top.

Bred Heifers LOTS 101–138

The bred heifers were pasture exposed to high quality, low birth weight Lee Farms, R.A. Brown and Sitz registered Angus and R.A. Brown Red Angus bulls from June 21 to September 5, 2017.

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SPRING BRED HEIFER DIVISION

Twin sister sells as Lot 103. This set of twins did extremely well. They’re both big bodied, good hipped, nice necked and sound. They have the look and build to make perfect sized, great lookin’, front pasture kind of cows.

102

7675 wrt | Dark Yellow/White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: #4 (PB Charolais) HooDoo George x PB HooDoo Donor 538 | D: Simmi x Maine/Angus Preg check 9/12: 80 days

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7675 wrt | Light Yellow/White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: #4 (PB Charolais) HooDoo George x PB HooDoo Donor 538 | D: Simmi x Maine/Angus Preg check 9/12: 75 days

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Twin sister sells as Lot 102. Both are very nice, plenty stout, good bellied and hipped and are free moving.

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227 wrt | Yellow/White | Fall 2015 | Horned S: #4 (PB Charolais) HooDoo George x PB HooDoo Donor 538 | D: Boardwalk x HooDoo Preg check 9/12: 75 days

Big boned and moderate sized with slickin’ muscle and moves darn good. Her COC dam was very popular when she sold this summer to James Simpson of Dimmitt, TX. She is still the second hairiest animal to ever walk this place behind Habanero, but she also had the build to raise good slicks. This heifer will do the same.

Dam of Lot 104

Black Hereford Ranch retains the right to partner on two successful flushes on all females selling.

The bred heifers were pasture exposed to high quality, low birth weight Lee Farms, R.A. Brown and Sitz registered Angus and R.A. Brown Red Angus bulls from June 21 to September 5, 2017.

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SPRING BRED HEIFER DIVISION

Huge boned with a big, square hip, very attractive and moves as good as they get. She has lots of width going away from you and is out of a good COC Mr. Driven daughter that Fullwood purchased from us in 2012. That same year, we had eight Texas Twister steers in one flush average $20,000 out of our good Yellow Jacket daughter, the African Queen donor.

105

672 gcoc | Yellow/White | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Texas Twister (Heat Wave x Charolais) | D: Mr. Driven x BHR 864 (Yellow Jacket x Meyer 734 Preg check 9/12: 70 days

106

673 gcoc | Red/White | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Texas Twister (Heat Wave x Charolais) | D: Red Headed Stepchild x COC HooDoo Preg check 9/12: 65 days

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Big boned and stout muscled with a good look and slick shearing top and hip. Another top pick from the Fullwood’s 2015 heifer crop. Her COC PB HooDoo granddam raised the 2012 Champion Limi and 2016 Reserve Grand Steer at San Antonio and was re-sold for $25,000.

533 bcoc | Yellow Brockle | Spring 2015 | Scurred S: SSR Mr. Driven Pld 6004 x Power Alert | D: Redheaded Stepchild x KBC 425 (HooDoo Prince) Preg check 9/12: 60 days

Top and bottom COC bred. Longtime customer Matt Mann has done a great job of consistently putting our genetics to work. She is way stout, big backed and hipped, loaded with bone and plenty sound. She is built to raise a big time slick shear steer. 664 gcoc | Yellow | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Polar Ice (HooDoo George x Donor HooDoo Phylli | D: Angus x Maine Preg check 9/12: 40 days

She has the look and the build to raise slick shear champions. This is a real nice Polar Ice daughter with dang good muscle and that moves plenty good.

109

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561 gcoc | Red | Fall 2015 | Dehorned S: Subzero (HooDoo George x HooDoo) | D: Yellow Jacket (Lifeline) x Angus Preg check 9/12: 35 days

Red is hot, and this is a good one. She can flat get out and move. She is great hipped and bellied and has good muscle. Subzero was our COC $17,000 straight PB HooDoo-bred sire to Gray and Parker that has been an amazing female producer for the past nine years, some of which produced tops in this offering. FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 41 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


SPRING BRED HEIFER DIVISION

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8619 wrt | White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Troubadour (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) D: No Apologies x 8619 (Lead On x Donor 5088 PB HooDoo) Preg check 9/12: x days

I really hate to part with this big bodied, cool necked Troubadour daughter. Her paternal sisters are making real good looking, tremendous producers. If you don’t have a Troubadour daughter in your lineup, finding one someone is willing to part with is becoming very rare, but we always offer you our all. Thumb through the Troubadour group of bulls at the front of the catalog, and you will catch a glimpse of the influence this family has had on the industry. Lot 2 Renegade, a Troubadour x 5088, topped our sale last fall to Lehne Farms, and half-interest in his full sister cracked the bat as Lot 1 this summer. You will love how this one looks and produces.

494 gcoc | White | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Bold N Gold (Walks Alone x HooDoo Prince) D: Lil Man (Troubadour x Yellow Jacket) x Full Flush x Meyer Ranch 734/Casper Preg check 9/12: 35 days

Big, big bodied and very moderate sized with a slick shearing top. She’s built to raise a slick shearing champion. Bold N Gold has sired several champions and high sellers on a limited number of progeny. Top and bottom COC bred by Ricky and Sierra Gray.

Bold N Gold sire of Lot 111

359 wrt | Smoke | Fall 2015 | Polled S: 5L Defender (Registered Red Angus by 5L Advocate) | D: Talk Back (Troubadour x Silver Bullet/Maine) Preg check 9/12: 35 days

Here is a halfblood sired by the biggest bodied, easiest keepin’ Red Angus bull in the country…we bred heifers to him. This one’s mother is your typical good producin’, good made Troubadour granddaughter. This is a good haired, big, deep bodied, thick made, easy keepin’, square, level hipped smoke that will make a nice mature cow. 586 gcoc | Smoke | 10.2015 | Polled S: Color Me Up (Monopoly x Bullet Proof/Charolais) | D: Troubadour (Lead On x Donor 410 [WG x Donor 9970]) Preg check 9/12: 70 days

Dang good muscle and bone, big topped, super sound and still has a nice cowy look. Ask any steer trader in the country and they’ll all agree that you don’t pass up on the opportunity to own a Monopoly x Troubadour or a Troubadour x Monopoly; they’ve proven to make exceptional females as well.

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 42 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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600SG sgwrt | Black/White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Irish Whiskey (Reg. 3/4 Maine by BK Ice PIck) | D: Donor 6557 (Carney Man x Traveler 6807) Preg check 9/12: 70 days

This is one of my favorite breds that we’ve ever sold. Her dam was one of my all-time favorites to ever walk our pastures. She’s extremely easy doin’ and big, wide bodied, yet she still has a tremendous look—just like her late baldy donor dam that was one whale of a cow. A full sister brought $9,100 this summer and walked straight into Ken Reichter’s donor lineup, and her full brother that sold last fall for $10,500 is now at work on the west coast for Jim Mattes. A maternal brother by Heat Wave won one of the biggest county shows in Texas.

BLACK HEREFORD RANCH HERD HEALTH PROTOCOL (August 1) Fall-Calving Heifers/Cows before Calving

Presponse, ScourGuard, Endovac Beef, Dectomax

(September 1) Pre-Breeding Heifers

Bovi-Shield Gold 5 VL5 FP, Dectomax

(September 1) Sale Bulls

Bovi-Shield Gold 5 VL5 FP, Dectomax

(October 25) 3 weeks before fall breeding–Cows

Bovi-Shield Gold 5VL5 FP, Cydectin

(October 25) 3 weeks before fall breeding–Calves

Enforce 3, One Shot BVD, Endovac Beef, Cylence

(January 1) Pre-Weaning Fall-born Calves

Enforce 3, One Shot BVD, Endovac Beef, Cylence

(February 15) Fall-born Calves 3–4 Weeks After Weaning Bovi-Shield Gold 5, 7 Way Somnus, Clean Up II (March 15) Fall-Calving Cows at Preg Check

7 Way Somnus, Cydectin

(March 15) Fall Bred Heifers at Preg check

7 Way Somnus, Scour Gaurd, Cydectin or Dectomax

(May) 60- to 90-day Weaned Fall-born Calves

Bovi Shield Gold 5VL5 FP, Endovac Beef, Pink Eye Vaccine, Bangs Vaccinate Heifers, Fly Tag, Wart Vaccine Bulls, Cydectin or Dectomax

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 43 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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482 gcoc | Red | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Man Among Boys (Monopoly) | D: Alias x Charolais Preg check 9/12: 70 days

You’re going to like this solid cherry red, big, wide bodied, good lookin’, sound trackin’ Man Among Boys daughter. She has the look and the build that it takes to raise high dollar slick shear steers. It is hard to part with this one.

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147 gcoc | Yellow | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Man Among Boys (Monopoly) | D: Charolais Preg check 9/12: 70 days

A very attractive, real complete, good looking MAB daughter with lots of bone.

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129 gcoc | Smoke | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Monopoly (Heat Wave) | D: Charolais x Maine Preg check 9/12: 75 days

We like this smoke Monopoly daughter a lot. She is good looking, big bodied, square hipped and topped with real good width and has a good maternal look to her. We don’t ever bat an eye on making cows out of females like her.

403 gcoc | Yellow | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Monopoly (Heat Wave) | D: Interstate (Alias x Sir Duke) Preg check 9/12: 60 days

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Stout boned, square hipped, nice looking Monopoly daughter. She was one of our top picks from Scotten Brothers’ fall 2015 heifer crop, out of a real stout Interstate cow. Interstate has been a big league producer of high sellers and champions from coast to coast. FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 44 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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Clone to Donor 8533 641 gcoc | Red | 1.2015 | Polled S: Duello Smooth Moves (Heat Wave x Chill Factor) | D: Duello Maine x Angus Preg check 9/12: 45 days

This is a once in a lifetime oportunity! This solid red, beautiful built female is a clone to Safari Cattle Co.’s Donor 8533. 8533 is the dam of the $22,000 COC “MOAB,” sold to Kroupa this summer, and the $24,000 COC half interest Troubadour daughter “COC Peaches” in our 2013 Female Sale to Bird Cattle Co. In 2014, 8533 also produced two COC steers that sold for $20,000 apiece. In our 2015 COC Female Sale, two more Troubadour x 8533 progeny sold for $14,000 and $17,000. To say that Donor 8533 has been a staple breeding piece for Safari Cattle Co. would be an understatement. Now, in order to not hold anything back, we are offering you the opportunity to invest in this rare breeding fixture.

MOAB son of Donor 8533

Peaches daughter of Donor 8533

Full sister to Peaches, sold in the June 2016 Female Sale

Full sister to Peaches, sold in the June 2015 Female Sale

Full sister to Peaches, sold in the June 2015 Female Sale

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 45 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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492 gcoc | Red/White Brockle | 10.2015 | Polled S: Walk This Way (Walks Alone x Habanero) | D: Maine x Simmi Preg check 9/12: 75 days

Big bodied, real good looking and super hipped with plenty of muscle. Her picture doesn’t do her justice. You’ll like this one in person. She might be the best one of all!

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493 gcoc | Black | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Walk This Way (Walks Alone x Habanero) | D: Irish Whiskey son x Angus Preg check 9/12: 60 days

They don’t get any bigger bodied or any easier keepin’. She is good hipped and muscled. This Irish Whiskey granddaughter is safe and sound.

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422 pcoc | Smoke Baldy | 1.2015 | Polled S: Sugar Daddy (Picasso x Who Made Who) | D: Irish Whiskey x Maine Preg check 9/12: 50 days

One of our youngest breds, she will mature into a heckuva good lookin’ cow. She is good hipped and is real sound movin’. You’ll be real proud you took a chance on this one when she is a four-year-old and in your front pasture.

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270 pfs | Red/White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Movin A’Head (Made Right x Tank) | D: Polar Ice x Hairy Bear Preg check 9/12: 50 days

Sired by the outstanding COC Made Right son that Charlie Parker is glad he took back to Marshall. In his first limited calf crop, we sold $30,000, $12,500 and $8,000 steers. We used him on crossbreds last fall and are very excited about the calves we have so far. It is amazing what he is producing on cows of every color! This deep sided, cherry red daughter is a prime example. Check out the Movin A’Head sons selling as Lots 65–67.

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 46 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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0505 wrt | Black/White | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Smokin Bob (Smilin Bob x Blizzard/Playboy) | D: Milk Man x Maine/Angus Preg check 9/12: 70 days

A moderate sized black-and-white paint that you’re going to like. She is real attractive, extremely good haired and sound movin. Anybody would drool over her stout Milk Man dam, who has been a great producer for us.

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1176 wrt | Smoke | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Smokin Bob (Smilin Bob x Blizzard/Playboy) | D: Solid Gold x 45 PB HooDoo Preg check 9/12: 65 days

Big bellied with big time muscle, just like her mother. Her HooDoo dam is one of the most impressive cows on our place.

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7165 wrt | Yellow Baldy | 9.2015 | Horned S: 524 Gold (Solid Gold x Donor 524 [Charolais x Hereford/Angus]) | D: Lead On (Reg. PB Charolais x Phylli Donor, PB HooDoo) Preg check 9/12: 70 days

Moderate sized with a big back and good muscle. Lots of guts to this one and is out of a real good lookin’ Lead On daughter out of Yellow Jacket’s dam. The Phylli Donor was the stoutest HooDoo female to date.

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253 gcoc | White | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Alian (Alias x PB Charolais) | D: Fire Water x dam of Something Different Preg check 9/12: 60 days

Don’t ever count a twin out. She and her twin sister that sold in our summer sale are both big boned, stout and sound movin’. Something Different is the sire of COC Cruz and Lots 57 and 58. You’ll wrap your head around the potency of this cow family after checking out the Something Different and Cruz sons in this offering.

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358 pfs | Black | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Mr HOC Broker (PB Simmental by SVF Steel Force) | D: Escalade x Donor 623 Angus Preg check 9/12: 60 days

Big, stout black halfblood Simi with lots of belly who is sound movin’, big, square hipped and topped with tremendous bone. She is built about as good as they get. She is good, just like her dam and granddam—they’re two of our very top lookers and producers.

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730 gcoc | Black American | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Brangus | D: Gert x Maine Preg check 9/12: 65 days

Good hipped, big bodied halfblood Brangus. She is deep sided, deep flanked and easy fleshin’. A smooth movin’, good boned American from the Wesley Martin program.

The bred heifers were pasture exposed to high quality, low birth weight Lee Farms, R.A. Brown and Sitz registered Angus and R.A. Brown Red Angus bulls from June 21 to September 5, 2017.

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 47 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


SPRING BRED HEIFER DIVISION This was one of my top picks from Bradley Hale’s 2015 fall-born heifer crop. She is stout from one end to the other but is still way sound and good looking with plenty of muscle and belly. Her COC H12 sire is doing a tremendous job at Hale’s. A full sister to H12 brought $15,000 at this year’s Donors Unlimited Sale, and a full brother was the 2017 San Antonio Champion Hereford. “The Easy Jet her mother has on her side now is THE best one I’ve had all fall,” Bradley Hale said. Calve her out next spring, flush her back to Easy Jet and breed her back to fit in with the best of your fall program for big returns!

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603 gcoc | Hereford | 9.2015 | Polled S: H12 (Carpe Diem x 841 [Outer Limits x 0002]) | D: Rebel x Shotgun Preg check 9/12: 75 days

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0720 kswrt | Hereford | Spring 2015 | Horned S: Above & Beyond (Kut Above x Donor 9929, by Dakota) | D: Made Right x 7615 Hereford Preg check 9/12: 70 days

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This is a big, stout, good looking Above & Beyond daughter that is out of a good Made Right daughter. Double bred Donor 9929—the more the merrier! This one will make a ground shaking mature cow.

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2201 wrt | Hereford | Fall 2015 | Polled S: Highway 36 (Deals on x Higer/HiHo) | D: Carpe Diem x Donor 4297 [NFL x Simmi/Hereford]) Preg check 9/12: 75 days

Moderate sized, big bellied and square hipped with good muscle. She is out of a darn good Carpe Diem daughter out of our great producing Donor 4297, who is the dam of the $29,000 Cotton Mouth.

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2232 wrt | Hereford | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Highway 36 (Deals on x Higer/HiHo) | D: Carpe Diem x Hale Hereford Preg check 9/12: 75 days

Great hip, belly and bone. She moves great and has lots of width. You’re going to like this one.

FALL CREAM OF THE CROP BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE | 48 | MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2017…CRAWFORD, OKLAHOMA


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6122 wrt | Hereford | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Kaw-liga (Carpe Diem x HiHo) | D: 357 Magnum x Donor 2107 Preg check 9/12: 40 days

A moderate sized, good marked and big bellied Kaw-liga daughter. Her 357 Magnum dam is one of my favorite cows. Granddam Donor 2107 is the dam of COC 30-06 and COC Made My Day. 30-06 is the sire of Day’s P254 Donor that we also raised. COC P254 has produced several $100,000s in Made Right progeny that have won every major Hereford steer show in Texas. Anyone will like this one. 298 pfs | Hereford | Fall 2015 | Horned S: Kaw-liga (Carpe Diem x HiHo) | D: 2242 (Outer Limits x Ten Killer/9916) Preg check 9/12: 75 days

Good lookin’ and dang stout with loads of muscle and belly and still moves plenty good. She will raise a slick shear champion Hereford someday. Some of our very best lookin’ Hereford cows and donors are Outer Limit daughters, and this one’s mother is one of them! 125 gcoc | Hereford | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Man Among Boys (Monopoly) | D: Hereford Cross Preg check 9/12: 70 days

A Man Among Boys Hereford that is marked better than most of them outcrossed this way. She is huge bodied and a big time easy keeper. This one could ring the bell to Made Right or Easy Jet.

142 gcoc | Hereford | Spring 2015 | Polled S: Man Among Boys (Monopoly) | D: Hereford Cross Preg check 9/12: 35 days

A good Hereford-marked female you’re going to like a lot. She is big ribbed, big bellied and super sound. She’s way easy keepin’ with a good look. Try her on Made Right or Easy Jet and reap the rewards. 6030 kswrt | Red Baldy | 5.2015 | Polled S: Red Angus | D: BH 3011 x 9916 (SH Advancer x Cannon) Preg check 9/12: 35 days

This one is very attractive, good bellied, sound movin’, 1/2 Red Angus, 1/2 Hereford and will make a real nice mature cow. She is cool necked, good uddered and will add performance to her calves.

13th ANNUAL FALL

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October 30th

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BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE

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13th ANNUAL FALL

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October 30th 90 head of major league club calf producing bulls and our top 38 spring bred heifers…

BULL & BRED HEIFER SALE

1 p.m. at Black Hereford Ranch, near Crawford, Oklahoma

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Black Hereford Ranch Fall 2017 Bull & Bred Heifer Sale  
Black Hereford Ranch Fall 2017 Bull & Bred Heifer Sale  

90 bulls & 38 spring bred heifers...Mon., October 30, Crawford, OK

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