Wildorado Cattle Company 5th Annual Production Sale

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2023

5th Annual Producti Sale

3.25.23 L est Stocky ds Wild ado, TX

WILDORADO CATTLE COMPANY

Welcome to Wildorado!

Every year the Wildorado Cattle Company chooses a word to describe how we want that year to go. This year we chose “thrive”. We chose this word because we are going to THRIVE despite all of the challenges that are being thrown at us. With that, we would like to welcome you to the 5th Annual Wildorado Cattle Company Production Sale. We are so excited for this year’s sale and cannot wait for you to see the great genetics that will be going through the ring.

This year, we would like to welcome Mr. Brody Russell, our new ag teacher, with open arms. Although he was thrown into leading the Wildorado Cattle Company, he wasn’t a stranger to it. He has consigned to our Annual Bull Sale since the beginning. Mr. Russell took the teaching job and has done an amazing job dealing with the chaos that goes on behind the scenes. He has already done so much for the Wildorado Cattle Company and we cannot wait to see where he leads this program in the future.

Our cow herd stems from the Stevenson Diamond Dot program in Hobson, MT. These cows bring the benefits and perfomance of proven northern genetics in a package that is adapted to our arid environment. Our cows do not receive special treatment because they are registered. They are expected to work for us just like any commercial herd. Papers and EPDs don’t mean much if the cows can’t work for a living and bring a calf in every year despite any adverse conditions the year may bring. Not only have our cows shown off their fertility in the middle of this drought by continuing to bring calves in, but those calves have continued to perform at a phenomenal level. The last 498 hd of fed heifers sired by our bulls graded 99% Choice or higher with 27% prime! Please reach out with any questions you may have about our sale offering this year. One of our students would love to visit with you and help point you towards the right bulls to fit your goals and needs.

We can’t thank you enough for your support throughout the years. If it weren’t for the love and support from our community members, sponsors, buyers, and families, we wouldn’t have the opportunity to gain this incredible experience. Because of you, we thrive. We are so blessed to have this Wildorado Cattle Company family and we wouldn’t trade it for the world!

We are “Raising Leaders Through Raising Cattle”

5th Annual Production Sale

SaturdayLonestar Stockyards - Wildorado, TX March 25, 2023

Auctioneer: Trey Narramore (505)-240-5704

Sale Staff: Paul Smith (806)-367-4848

Lyle Logeman (575)-791-1602

Brody Russell (806)-440-3902

Wildorado Cattle Company (806)-406-1955

Schedule of Events:

Friday, March 24

8 - Noon ............Delivery of Consignments

12-4 p.m. ...........Cattle Viewing

2 p.m. .................Judging of Bulls 6 p.m. ........... .....Buyer’s Dinner

Saturday, March 25

8 - Noon ...............Cattle available for viewing 11:30 a.m. .................Lunch available to purchase 12 p.m. ......................SALE BEGINS!

Announcements:

A supplement update sheet will be available on sale day. All announcments made from the auction block take precedence over printed matter in the sale book.

Terms and Conditions:

Cattle will be sold under the suggested Terms and Conditions of the American Angus Association.

(http://www.angus.org/pub/suggested_sale_terms.pdf)

Consignors:

Wildorado Cattle Company, H-V Ranch, Hat Creek Land and Cattle, Lust Angus, Post Office Ranch, Triangle G, Legacy Cattle, Jackson Red Angus, Diamond J Ranch

Buyer’s Dinner: March 24th

Doors open at 6 p.m. Wildorado School

1523 S. Locust

Wildorado, TX 79098 (Purchase tickets at wildoradocattleco.com)

Auction: March 25th 12 p.m.

Lonestar Stockyards

2101 Adkisson Rd

Wildorado, TX 79098

View/Online Bidding:

Air Transportation:

Rick Husband International Airport - Amarillo

Approximately 30 min

Hereford Local Airport

Approximatedly 30 min

Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport

Approximately 2 hours

Payments: Due in full on sale day, prior to loading. Please make checks payable to Wildorado Cattle Co.

Herd Health: All cattle will be accompanied by proper health certificates. Arrangements need to be made at time of buyer registration.

Driving the science of better breeding

There’s little room for error in the cattle business. Producers need the most advanced information to make smart selection decisions, and Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) provides it through genomic-enhanced expected progeny differences (GE-EPDs).

GE-EPDs have become the industry standard for herd improvement, building on decades of science-backed genetic evaluation tools originated and maintained through the American Angus Association®, home to the largest and ever-growing single-breed beef cattle database.

EPDs that traditionally contained all pedigree, performance and progeny information now also include results from available genomic, or DNA, tests. Breeders who use genomic technology give buyers access to AGI-generated GE-EPDs that provide:

Increased predictability and decreased risk for young and unproven animals due to enhanced accuracy of EPDs

Better characterization of genetics for difficult-to-measure performance traits (such as carcass traits, maternal traits and feed efficiency)

The ability to make more rapid progress for traits that are important to you, due to:

·  more accurate selection

·  easier identification of genetic outliers

·  the ability to propagate young animals with confidence earlier in their lives

In fact, GE-EPDs on unproven animals have the same amount of accuracy as if they have recorded an average of 15 progeny, depending on the trait. That’s valuable insight, offered regularly through the breed’s weekly national cattle evaluation.

How do you know if EPDs are genomic-enhanced?

Ask your breeder, refer to the registration paper, or look for the AGI GE-EPD logo, Angus GS TM powered by partner Neogen or the HD50k by partner Zoetis. These images indicate animals for which genomic testing has been conducted and incorporated by AGI into GE-EPDs

TRAIT PROGENY EQUIVALENT TRAIT PROGENY EQUIVALENT Calving Ease Direct 25 Pulmonary Arterial Pressure 17 Calving Ease Maternal 19 Hair Shed Score 8 Birth Weight 23 Heifer Pregnancy 17 Weaning Weight 27 Maternal Milk 35 Yearling Weight 22 Mature Weight 14 Yearling Height 15 Mature Height 9 Dry Matter Intake 11 Carcass Weight 14 Scrotal Circumfrence 13 Marbling Score 10 Docility 11 Ribeye Area 16 Foot Claw Set 13 Backfat Thickness 13 Foot Angle 13
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American Angus Association Selection Tools

Expected Progeny Difference (EPD), is the prediction of how future progeny of each animal are expected to perform relative to the progeny of other animals listed in the database. EPDs are expressed in units of measure for the trait, plus or minus. Interim EPDs may appear on young animals when their performance has yet to be incorporated into the American Angus Association National Cattle Evaluation (NCE) procedures. This EPD will be preceded by an “I”, and may or may not include the animal’s own performance record for a particular trait, depending on its availability, appropriate contemporary grouping, or data edits needed for NCE.

Accuracy (ACC), is the reliability that can be placed on the EPD. An accuracy of close to 1.0 indicates higher reliability. Accuracy is impacted by the number of progeny and ancestral records included in the analysis.

Calving Ease Direct (CED), is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births, with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in first-calf heifers. It predicts the average difference in ease with which a sire’s calves will be born when he is bred to first-calf heifers.

Birth Weight (BW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit birth weight to his progeny compared to that of other sires.

Weaning Weight (WW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit weaning growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires.

Residual Average Daily Gain (RADG), feed efficiency expressed in pounds per day, is a predictor of a sire’s genetic ability for postweaning gain in future progeny compared to that of other sires, given a constant amount of feed consumed.

Yearling Weight (YW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires.

Yearling Height (YH), is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling height, expressed in inches, compared to the that of other sires.

Scrotal Circumference (SC), expressed in centimeters, is a predictor of the difference in transmitting ability for scrotal size compared to that of other sires.

Docility (DOC), is expressed as a difference in yearling cattle temperament, with a higher value indicating more favorable docility in a sire’s offspring compared to another sire.

MATERNAL

Heifer Pregnancy (HP), is a selection tool to increase the probability or chance of a sire’s daughters becoming pregnant as first–calf heifers during a normal breeding season. A higher EPD is the more favorable direction, and the EPD is reported in percentage units.

Calving Ease Maternal (CEM), is expressed as a difference in percentage of unassisted births, with a higher value indicating greater calving ease in first-calf daughters. It predicts the average ease with which a sire’s daughters will calve as first-calf heifers when compared to daughters of other sires.

Maternal Milk (Milk), is a predictor of a sire’s genetic merit for milk and mothering ability in his daughters compared to daughters of other sires. In other words, it is that part of a calf’s weaning weight attributed to milk and mothering ability.

Mature Weight (MW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of the difference in mature weight of daughters of a sire compared to the daughters of other sires.

Mature Height (MH), expressed in inches, is a predictor of the difference in mature height of a sire’s daughters compared to daughters of other sires.

FOOT SCORE

Claw Set (Claw), is expressed in units of claw-set score. A lower EPD is more favorable, indicating a sire will produce progeny with more ideal claw set, which is toes that are symmetrical, even and appropriately spaced.

Foot Angle (Angle), is expressed in units of foot-angle score. A lower EPD is more favorable, indicating a sire will produce progeny with more ideal foot angle, which is a 45-degree angle at the pastern joint with appropriate toe length and heel depth.

CARCASS

The genetic evaluation produces a single set of EPDs for carcass traits where the units of measure are in trait format and analyzed on an ageconstant basis.

Carcass Weight (CW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of the differences in hot carcass weight of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.

Marbling (Marb), is expressed as a fraction of the difference in USDA marbling score of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.

Ribeye Area (RE), expressed in square inches, is a predictor of the difference in ribeye area of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.

Fat Thickness (Fat), expressed in inches, is a predictor of the differences in external fat thickness at the 12th rib (as measured between the 12th and 13th ribs) of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.

$VALUE INDEXES

$Value Indexes, reported in dollars per head, are multi-trait selection indexes where a higher value suggests more profit. The $Value is an estimate of how future progeny of each sire are expected to perform, on average, compared to progeny of other sires if sires were randomly mated to cows and if calves were exposed to the same environment.

Maternal Weaned Calf Value ($M), expressed in dollars per head, predicts profitability differences in progeny due to genetics from conception to weaning. Increased selection pressure on $M aims to decrease overall mature cow size and improve foot structure and fertility while maintaining weaning weights consistent with today’s production.

Weaned Calf Value ($W), expressed in dollars per head, provides the expected difference in future progeny preweaning performance from birth to weaning. Increased selection pressure on $W increases weaning and maternal milk traits while increasing mature cow size.

Cow Energy Value ($EN), expressed in dollars savings per cow per year, assesses differences in cow energy requirements as an expected dollar savings difference in daughters of sires. A larger value is more favorable when comparing two animals. Components for computing $EN savings difference include lactation energy requirements and energy costs associated with differences in mature cow size.

Feedlot Value ($F), expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for postweaning merit compared to progeny of other sires. The underlying objective assumes commercial producers will retain ownership of cattle through the feedlot phase and sell fed cattle on a carcass weight basis with no considerations of premiums or discounts for quality and yield grade.

Grid Value ($G), expressed in dollars per carcass, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for carcass grid merit, including quality and yield grade attributes, compared to progeny of other sires.

Beef Value ($B), expressed in dollars per carcass, represents the expected average differences in the progeny postweaning performance and carcass value compared to progeny of other sires. This index assumes commercial producers wean all male and female progeny, retain ownership of these animals through the feedlot phase, and market these animals on a quality-based carcass grid.

American Angus Association $Value Indexes

Dollar value indexes, or $Values, are a tool used to select for several traits at once based on a specific breeding objective. An economic index approach takes into account genetic and economic values as well as the relationships between traits to select for profit.

Maternal Weaned Calf Value ($M), an index expressed in dollars per head, predicts profitability differences in progeny due to genetics from conception to weaning. $M is built off of a self-replacing herd model where commercial cattlemen replace 25% of their breeding females in the first generation and 20% in subsequent generations. Remaining cull females and all male progeny are sold as feeder calves. Increased selection pressure on $M aims to decrease overall mature cow size and improve foot structure and fertility while maintaining weaning weights consistent with today’s production.

Weaned Calf Value ($W), an index expressed in dollars per head, provides the expected difference in future progeny preweaning performance from birth to weaning. $W assumes that producers retain 20% of their female progeny for replacements and sell the rest of their cull female and male progeny as feeder calves. Over time, increased selection pressure on $W will increase weaning and maternal milk traits while also continuing to increase mature cow size.

Feedlot Value ($F), an index expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for post-weaning merit compared to progeny of other sires. The underlying objective assumes commercial producers will retain ownership of cattle through the feedlot phase and sell fed cattle on a carcass weight basis with no considerations of premiums or discounts for quality and yield grade.

Grid Value ($G), an index expressed in dollars per carcass, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for carcass grid merit, including quality and yield grade attributes, compared to progeny of other sires.

Beef Value ($B), an index expressed in dollars per carcass, facilitates simultaneous multi-trait genetic selection for feedlot and carcass merit. $B represents the expected average differences in the progeny postweaning performance and carcass value compared to progeny of other sires. This index assumes commercial producers wean all male and female progeny, retain ownership of these animals through the feedlot phase and market these animals on a quality-based carcass grid.

Combined Value ($C), an index expressed in dollars per head, includes all traits that make up both $M and $B with the objective that commercial producers will replace 20% of their breeding females per year with replacement heifers retained within their own herd. The remaining cull heifer and steer progeny are then assumed to be sent to the feedlot where the producers retain ownership of those cattle and eventually sell them on a quality-based carcass merit grid.

EPDS DIREC TLY INCORPORATED INTO EACH $VALUE MATERNAL TERMINAL CED BW WW CEM Milk MW DOC HP Claw Angle DMI CW RE Marb Fat TR AIT$M $W $C $F $G $B YW
17 Lust Treasure 155 19 26 POR Gus H1 18 28 POR Right Tool 930 18 5 HT Rampage 2107 15 14 HT Rampage 210 14 3 HT Breakout 2173 14 16 Lust 7203 Hickok 177 14 33 Lust 7203 Hickok 1139 13 11 HT Rampage 2143 13 29 POR Regulator 837 12 12 HT Breakout 2182 12 34 Lust A3 Payweight 1145 12 13 HT Breakout 2163 73 18 Lust A3 Payweight 70 35 HT Gray’s Cons. 2047 67 7 THR Upward J59 61 8 HT Enhance 2126 59 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 58 2 WCC Young Gun 2059 58 34 Lust A3 Payweight 1145 58 25 HT Enhance 2228 53 23 HT Enhance 2241 52 22 HT Enhance 2238 52 10 HT Rampage 2140 52 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 89 18 Lust A3 Payweight 89 31 Lust Treasure 160 82 2 WCC Young Gun 2059 80 35 HT Gray’s Cons. 2047 75 23 HT Enhance 2241 75 19 Lust Tahoe 157 70 21 HT Enhance 2137 71 1 WCC L. Breakout 2135 68 13 HT Breakout 2163 69 25 HT Enhance 2228 69 18 Lust A3 Payweight 193 160 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 146 2 WCC Young Gun 2059 145 31 Lust 7203 Hickok 1137 139 35 HT Gray’s Cons. 2047 135 8 HT Enhance 2126 128 13 HT Breakout 2163 127 23 HT Enhance 2241 125 7 THR Upward J59 112 25 HT Enhance 2228 123 21 HT Enhance 2137 123 35 HT Gray’s Cons. 2047 +.97 10 HT Rampage 2140 +.89 16 Lust 7203 Hickok 177 +.94 31 Lust Treasure 160 +.83 26 POR Gus H1 +.83 13 HT Breakout 2163 +.82 11 HT Rampage 2143 +.79 34 Lust A3 Payweight 1145 +.72 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +.71 12 HT Breakout 2182 +.71 19 Lust Tahoe 157 +.69 32 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +.69 14 HT Rampage 210 +1.3 17 Lust Treasure 155 +1.11 5 HT Rampage 2107 +.89 19 Lust Tahoe 157 +.86 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +.88 15 Lust Tahoe 131 +.84 21 HT Enhance 2137 +.79 2 WCC Young Gun 2059 +.80 25 HT Enhance 2228 +.78 12 HT Breakout 2182 +.77 23 HT Enhance 2241 +.77 3 HT Breakout 2173 +.76 29 POR Regulator 837 +.75 LOT CED EPD LOT WW EPD LOT CW EPD LOT MARB EPD LOT YW EPD LOT RE EPD
TOP TEN BLACK ANGUS BULLS BY TRAIT
30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +92 26 Por Gus H1 +91 10 HT Rampage 2140 +85 16 Lust 7203 Hickok 177 +84 19 Lust Tahoe 157 +79 17 Lust Treasure 155 +75 15 Lust Tahoe 131 +76 33 Lust 7203 Hickok 1139 +75 21 HT Enhance 2137 +72 27 POR Chaps H29 +72 14 HT Rampage 210 +83 17 Lust Treasure 155 +70 21 HT Enhance 2137 +61 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +62 10 HT Rampage 2140 +62 8 HT Enhance 2126 +61 19 Lust Tahoe 157 +62 25 HT Enhance 2228 +60 5 HT Rampage 2107 +60 15 Lust Tahoe 131 +60 12 HT Breakout 2182 +59 23 HT Enhance 2241 +58 11 HT Rampage 2143 +58 31 Lust Treasure 160 +58 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +86 31 Lust Treasure 160 +78 19 Lust Tahoe 157 +73 10 HT Rampage 2140 +70 33 Lust 7203 Hickok 1139 +69 18 Lust A3 Payweight 193 +69 15 Lust Tahoe 131 +68 14 HT Rampage 210 +68 32 Lust 7203 Hickok 1137 +67 7 THR Upward J59 +67 9 HT Breakout 2127 +66 13 HT Breakout 2163 +66 13 HT Breakout 2163 +120 18 Lust A3 Payweight 193 +115 35 HT Gray’s Cons. 2047 +106 34 Lust A3 Payweight 1145 +103 22 HT Enhance 2238 +101 2 WCC Young Gun 2059 +101 21 HT Enhance 2137 +97 25 HT Enhance 2228 +99 4 HT Enhance 2130 +98 1 WCC L. Breakout 2135 +88 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +293 10 HT Rampage 2140 +283 16 Lust 7203 Hickok 177 +281 13 HT Breakout 2163 +278 8 HT Enhance 2126 +277 21 HT Enhance 2137 +277 26 POR Gus H1 +271 18 Lust A3 Payweight 193 +270 14 HT Rampage 210 +269 25 HT Enhance 2228 +269 13 HT Breakout 2163 +175 8 HT Enhance 2126 +167 21 HT Enhance 2137 +158 25 HT Enhance 2228 +158 18 Lust A3 Payweight 193 +170 14 HT Rampage 210 +153 30 Lust 7203 Hickok 1133 +155 10 HT Rampage 2140 +153 23 HT Enhance 2241 +152 16 Lust 7203 Hickok 177 +152 LOT $M EPD LOT $W EPD LOT $G EPD LOT $B EPD LOT $F EPD LOT $C EPD
TOP TEN BLACK ANGUS BULLS BY TRAIT

-Top 25% $W and Claw

-Top 30% CED and WW

-Top 35% Docility

-Top 40% Marbling

2135 is a standout with his length of body, smooth stride, and overall thickness. He will add substance to your calf crop and pay for himself with added pounds.

This bull is the first calf to sell from our very first cooperator heifer, purchased by Mr. Mark Richards in our 2020 sale. Mr. Richards heard our story and came all the way from Maryland to see what we are all about and support our program! He saw the merit in the genetics of the Wildorado Cattle Company herd and is working on building his own herd based on these proven performers.

“Thank you Mr. Mark for your encouragement, excitement, and investment in our program, our herd, and most of all our students!” -WCC

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Red Angus Guide to EPDS and Indexes

ProS ... Profitability and Sustainability is an all-purpose index that predicts average economic differences in all segments in the beef supply chain. This index is a combination of the breeding objectives modeled in the HerdBuilder and GridMaster selection indexes. In this index, replacement heifers are retained from within the herd and all remaining progeny are fed out to slaughter and sold on a quality-based grid. Traits included in this index include calving ease, growth, HPG, STAY, Mature Weight, Dry Matter Intake and carcass traits. The resulting index is expressed in dollars per head born (Index/High Value).

HB ..... HerdBuilder is a maternal selection index that predicts the economic differences of animals for traits that are important from conception through weaning. Expressed as dollars per head born, HB is calculated based on the scenario that bulls are mated to heifers and cows, replacement heifers are retained and all remaining progeny are marketed at weaning. Traits included in the HB index include Calving Ease Direct, Calving Ease Maternal, Weaning Weight, Milk, Mature Weight, Heifer Pregnancy and Stayability (Index/High Value).

CED Calving Ease Direct predicts differences in the percent of calves born unassisted out of 2-year-old dams. (Percent/High Value)

BW Birth Weight predicts differences in actual birth weight of progeny. (Pounds/Low Value)

WW Weaning Weight predicts differences in 205-day weaning weight. (Pounds/High Value)

YW ........ Yearling Weight predicts differences in 365-day yearling weight. (Pounds/High Value)

ADG ....... Average Daily Gain predicts differences in weight gain between 205 and 365 days of age. (Pounds/High Value)

DMI ....... Dry Matter Intake predicts differences in daily feed intake as measured in a feedlot during the post-weaning period. (Pounds/Low Value)

MILK Milk predicts differences in weaning weight attributed to the milking ability of the animal’s daughters. (Pounds/High Value)

ME Maintenance Energy predicts the difference in maintence energy requirements. (Mcal per Month/Low Value)

HPG Heifer Pregnancy predicts differences in the percent of daughters who are able to conceive and calve at 2 years of age following exposure to breeding. (Percent/High Value)

CEM Calving Ease Maternal predicts differences in the percent of daughters who are able to calve unassisted as 2-year-old heifers. (Percent/High Value)

STAY Stayability predicts differences in the ability of an animals’ retained daughters to remain productive in the herd – calve every year – through 6 years of age. (Percent/High Value)

MARB Marbling predicts differences in marbling score – amount of intramuscular fat measured at the 13th rib. (Marbling Score Units/High Value)

YG Yield Grade predicts differences in USDA Yield Grade, which is calculated using CW, REA and Fat. (Yield Grade Units/Low Value)

CW ........ Carcass Weight predicts differences in actual hot carcass weight. (Pounds/High Value)

REA ....... Ribeye Area predicts differences in square inches of ribeye area measured at the 13th rib.(Square Inches/High Value)

FAT ........ Fat predicts differences in the depth of backfat measured between the 12th and 13th ribs. (Inches/Low Value)

GM..... GridMaster is a selection index that predicts the average economic difference of non-replacement calves through the postweaning phase of production. GM places selection pressure on growth, feedyard performance and carcass traits. Expressed as dollars per head born, GM is calculated based on the scenario that progeny are fed out to slaughter and marketed on a quality-based carcass grid. Traits included in GM include Average Daily Gain, Carcass Weight, Dry Matter Intake, Marbling, Back Fat and Rib Eye Area (Index/High Value). RedAngus.org

TOP TEN RED ANGUS
46 DJL Charter K15 148 45 DJL Deep End K14 144 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive 142 43 DJL Charter K11 139 52 DJL Charter K19 138 55 DJL Night Focus K22 134 44 DJL Night Focus K12 120 37 TRIG Augusto 01J 114 57 DJL Profitbuilder K25 112 47 DJL Charter K17 111 51 TRIG Definitive 2204 18 49 TBG Fusion 2218 17 37 TRIG Augusto 01J 16 57 DJL Profitbuilder K25 16 41 M5M 1554 16 48 TRIG Definitive 2203 16 44 DJL Night Focus K12 15 50 TBG Energize 2214 15 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 14 43 DJL Charter K11 14 55 DJL Night Focus K22 14 42 M5M 1555 14 40 M5M 1552 14 55 DJL Night Focus K22 81 43 DJL Charter K11 73 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive 71 57 DJL Profitbuilder K25 69 45 DJL Deep End K14 67 52 DJL Charter K19 67 46 DJL Charter K15 65 37 TRIG Augusto 01J 65 49 TBG Fusion 2218 63 39 LGCY Takeover 829J 62 46 DJL Charter K15 83 45 DJL Deep End K14 77 47 DJL Charter K17 76 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 71 53 DJL Charter K20 71 52 DJL Charter K19 70 43 DJL Charter K11 66 38 TRIG Fusion 2105 61 50 TBG Energize 2214 60 44 DJL Night Focus K12 59 45 DJL Deep End K14 124 46 DJL Charter K15 118 52 DJL Charter K19 107 38 TRIG Fusion 2105 106 37 TRIG Augusto 01J 104 47 DJL Charter K17 102 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 101 44 DJL Night Focus K12 100 42 M5M 1555 100 40 M5M 1552 100 45 DJL Deep End K14 76 46 DJL Charter K15 71 44 DJL Night Focus K12 63 52 DJL Charter K19 63 38 TRIG Fusion 2105 63 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 62 51 TRIG Definitive 2204 61 37 TRIG Augusto 01J 61 48 TRIG Definitive 2203 60 56 DJL Profitbuilder K24 59 47 DJL Charter K17 59 LOT ProS EPD LOT HB EPD LOT CED EPD LOT WW EPD LOT GM EPD LOT YW EPD
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TOP TEN RED ANGUS
55 DJL Night Focus K22 16 39 LGCY Takeover 829J 15 45 DJL Deep End K14 15 44 DJL Night Focus K12 14 42 M5M 1555 14 40 M5M 1552 14 57 DJL Profitbuilder K25 14 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 13 41 M5M 1554 12 56 DJL Profitbuilder K24 12 45 DJL Deep End K14 48 46 DJL Charter K15 43 52 DJL Charter K19 39 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 37 47 DJL Charter K17 36 43 DJL Charter K11 34 38 TRIG Fusion 2105 31 44 DJL Night Focus K12 31 53 DJL Charter K20 30 50 TBG Energize 2214 29 45 DJL Deep End K14 0.82 44 DJL Night Focus K12 0.79 53 DJL Charter K20 0.74 47 DJL Charter K17 0.74 55 DJL Night Focus K22 0.71 46 DJL Charter K15 0.68 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 0.67 39 LGCY Takeover 829J 0.63 43 DJL Charter K11 0.63 57 DJL Profitbuilder K25 0.62 48 TRIG Definitive 2203 -.04 41 M5M 1554 -.02 50 TBG Energize 2214 .01 53 DJL Charter K20 .03 46 DJL Charter K15 .03 42 M5M 1555 .04 40 M5M 1552 .04 49 TBG Fusion 2218 .04 51 TRIG Definitive 2204 .04 47 DJL Charter K17 .05 41 M5M 1554 -.01 46 DJL Charter K15 0.0 47 DJL Charter K17 0.0 53 DJL Charter K20 0.0 51 TRIG Definitive 2204 0.0 49 TBG Fusion 2218 0.0 48 TRIG Definitive 2203 .01 52 DJL Charter K19 .01 42 M5M 1555 .01 40 M5M 1552 .01 46 DJL Charter K15 .37 50 TBG Energize 2214 .34 45 DJL Deep End K14 .31 37 TRIG Augusto 01J .29 48 TRIG Definitive 2203 .27 54 DJL MYK Hard Drive K21 .22 47 DJL Charter K17 .19 53 DJL Charter K20 .16 52 DJL Charter K19 .16 41 M5M 1554 .16 LOT HPG EPD LOT MARB EPD LOT CW EPD LOT REA EPD LOT YG EPD LOT FAT EPD
BULLS BY TRAIT
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Lots 66 - 95

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Add growth, carcass merit, and outcross genetics to your herd with this mating between the high accuracy Angus sire, Sydgen Enhance, and a direct daughter to the highest producing Red Angus cow for the R.A. Brown Ranch!

T714 is second only to her dam in production for the R.A. Brown Ranch. She has put two sons in bull studs and has had daughters sell for up to $50,000. Enhance has sired numerous sale toppers across the country, producing top sires and moderate daughters. He is known for explosive early growth without increasing mature cow size.

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REGISTERED HEIFERS

COMMERCIAL BRED HEIFERS

Lots 130 A-F

30 Commercial Angus

Heifers from H-V Ranch

Will Calve March-May

Sell in Gate Cut Lots of 5

Lots 131 A-F

30 Commercial Angus

Heifers from H-V Ranch

Will Calve Aug. to Oct.

Sell in Gate Cut Lots of 5

Both sets of heifers above are 100% Angus and are out of registered cows and bulls with Stevenson Diamond Dot genetics. They are all bred to the following bulls.

Service Sires to Lots 130 & 131

Lot 132

4 Commercial Bred Heifers from Hugh Shelton Heavy Bred

Bred to Pharo Cattle Company Bulls

COMMERCIAL BRED HEIFERS
WILDORADO CATTLE COMPANY 3.25.23 L est Stocky ds - Wild ado, TX - 12 pm CST 5th Annual Producti Sale Wildorado Cattle Company 1523 S Locust St Wildorado TX, 79098
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