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PostSubject: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:42 pm


This is one of the good bulls at Briann Larson's
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:49 pm


One of many outstanding heifers at Briann's. I will let him identify the sires if he is in the mood.
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:17 pm

OAK LANE FARM wrote:

This is one of the good bulls at Briann Larson's
very , very nice...details Brian?
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 8:39 pm

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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:12 pm

Nice pictures Scott.....Brian are you keeping them or selling them?
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:17 pm

Very nice bulls and Heifers...great pics!
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:33 pm

Nice....And I want have to see epds to say that
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Thu Oct 07, 2010 8:08 pm

would love to have about 10 just like her delivered to Tennesse.
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Thu Oct 07, 2010 8:47 pm

Scott great job, Thank You. Its nice when someone takes an interest in what I do.
As of now no plans of selling anything. No EPD's not registered yet. I try not to look at them to much, dont want to pick favorites this early. So far this has turned out very well. As one friend told me this was easy the hard part will be what to breed them to.


Oh yeah forgot to tell you these are some of my new old bloods.
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:20 am

These are some of 60+ maternal siblings . They are mostly out of bulls that are 30 years ago or older. There are some Alaps who is not that old but the sire Manning was from the 70s. The uniformity in quality and performance across the sire groups is very similar. The Alaps and Lodges hold their own with cattle I would have expected to grow away from them. The EPD outlier in the group is the modern genetics HARB Cincha. The Cinchas are in my opinion the most ordinary (not average) sire group.
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Sat Nov 20, 2010 6:50 pm

time to wean. was going to put out on turnips with the dams but chickened out. turned cold here, had to break ice in tanks this am.

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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:48 pm

Definitely frost on the turnips and ice on the tanks here today!!

When I got up before sunrise I was pleasantly surprised to see the temp was 10 ABOVE-- but as the sun rose- and the cold sunk into the valley that dropped to 6 BELOW in less than an hour...
Sun is shining bright and not much wind out so it doesn't feel too bad- temp is up to 4 Above now at 2:30 PM...

We have about 6-7 inches of snow on the ground- but predictions for more and much colder temps (20 Below or colder) thru about Weds/Thursday...

Less snow 30 miles north where the cows are at- and quite a bit of grass has blown clear...One of the springs on the creek was still open yesterday when I checked them- so they were finding water...Cows looking good- even tho yesterday because of the 7 degree temps, 25 mph wind, and blowing snow, after they got their bellies full grazing and a drink of water they were looking for the trees, coulees and any windbreaks they could find....

This could be a long winter!!!
I heard Larry's country (Billings on south) has anywhere from 1 to 2 foot or more of snow....
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Tue Jul 12, 2011 3:13 pm

Updates?
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Jul 13, 2011 9:18 pm

Keystone wrote:
Updates?

as I aint getting any younger, seems I am gearing up to slow down. still dont spend much time with the cattle, waiting till they get 10 years old then we let you know how it worked. or you can stop by and judge for yourself.

the breeding on the new old bloods
13641146 ALAP OF WYE

4020202 Lodge

13209821 HARB Cincha 829 to much, sold the heifers, bulls will sell good

7187001 Rito 707 of Ideal 836 71 much birth, big, no heifers
Rito 72

6357616 Spur Emulous Master Goldilocks just right

8890783 Early Sunset Emulous 60E   much frame, heifers tall and narrow,

6639770 Ankonian Dynamo

10095639 Emulation N Bar 5522

Dam 14041051 Larkota Erica 190

turned six spur emulous master full brothers out with full and half sisters. thought they were the least outliers.
sold 1 rito 72 son
sold both emulation 5522 sons
the rest of the bulls are just out on grass getting older.

new project
5018 cow #12514783 given to me by greedy breeder KA
flushed her to
KA 7502-508 #15294722
Beauigan
Horsebutte 1116
Angus Acres Tex 16A

put in 47 eggs, keeping toes crossed. no wonder I'm slowing down.

future project
after I get enough seed will try encore X emulous = enlou The name Enlou, a revamped spelling of the term “in lieu”, meaning “instead of /in place of,” was born out of a desire to let the cattle speak for itself.


edit: enlou is also a musical group, definition came from them.

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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:03 pm

Due to my superior and world famous photagraphy reputation, I was asked to trade breakfast for some pictures.


Brian, here is your bull, sorry it took so long.

I believe he is some Keeney concoction of sort.

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Also some old killer cow, now deemed a donor, also a Keeney kind of cow

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If it doesn't suit you Brian, just remember I work cheap, fast, and good, and in the words of Tom D, you only get to pick two.


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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Thu Aug 11, 2011 8:29 am

Joe, Kent, Jeremy, I would like to thank you for stopping here and looking at my little world. a bed or breakfast traded for sharing my past and future gave me such a high. I can only imagine how Larry, Mike, Dennis, Ben must be walking on clouds in Big Sky Country.

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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Aug 26, 2011 9:44 pm

As Bob`s daughter indicates, breeding can be pretty simple...
you sell a bull to a good guy in a better summer environment than the bull was raised in...
the bull looks pretty good breeding cows as a two year old...yeah, he`s gained lot`s of weight Kit {he`s eaten lots of grass}



You kinda think you should have kept him...but the new owner let you use him in KY until june 20...and you have this bull calf from a better cow than his sire`s dam was...



soooooo...the genes are still here....
and if you wanted to concentrate them more; you could mate a half sib...



if ambitous, mate another the image of the first...



or the younger one you found down over the hill...



even the one a little different that looks most like the 2yr old`s dam...;



and if you will ignore all the BS going on around you, you can live happily ever after
yes, I said happy ever after....not rich ever after Smile






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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:34 pm

GOOD STUFF, GOOD STUFF.
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:39 pm

Mike it looks like you may have found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It was pretty simple you put the boys with the girls and got real nice little ones pretty simple after at least I would quess 50 years congratulations!!! Bob H
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Aug 26, 2011 10:50 pm

Mike all bs aside what commerciial cattleman could not make a living with those kind of heifers. If he needed more cows breed them to themselves or if he needed more pounds breed them to an exoctic. This is the thing that is sustainable. Bob h
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PostSubject: Re: SD TRIP- Larson Bros Angus   Fri Oct 07, 2011 3:24 pm

OAK LANE FARM wrote:

This is one of the good bulls at Briann Larson's

time to sell the bulls. Nov. 11th I am going to have a little get together while my pheasant hunter are here to cook for us. If you like scrapple for breakfast, hunting till 3 and fish for supper, Kimball is the place to be.
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