JDJ Maximo A 18 P
Sale Date & Time
Monday, March 23, 2015
Lunch served at 11:30 a.m.
Sale starts promptly at 12:30 P.M.
Sale will be held at
Belleville 81 Livestock Auct.
SW corner of Hwys. US 36 & US 81
Absentee bids welcome and held in complete
Sale Day Phone / E-mail
2701 Fox Glenn Court
Hurst, TX 76054
Brett Sayer– High Plains Journal
Wes Chism - Charolais Journal
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America’s Best Value Inn 785-527-2231
Super 8 785-527-2112
Plaza Motel 785-527-2228
We will be selling on March 24.
Due to limited yard space and calving time we
would appreciate you taking your bulls
home from the sale.
Terrill and Sarah Strnad 785-794-2471
Russ and Darla Lewis 620-375-2876
Troy and Julia Strnad 620-863-2471
A bull represents
50 % of your calf crop
and a very significant investment. We have done a breeding soundness examination both from a semen quality and a physiological standpoint. The bulls will perform as satisfactory potential breeders.
Excessive use of young bulls can deplete semen reserves.
Use yearlings at a 1:15 to 1:20 ratio.
Limit breeding season of young bulls.
60-70 days is adequate in most situations.
Feed young bulls
A quality ration during the fall and winter to continue their development and assure longevity.
The Charolais breed average EPD’s
For non-parent animals are —
BW WW YW M TM
.7 24.6 43.6 7.3 19.6
Std Dev 2.0 8.8 15.1 5.3 6.9
Hot wt. 14.3 Ribeye .20
fat - .000 Marb. 0 .03
Std. Dev. Wt. 8.42 Ribeye .20
Fat .015 Marb. .10
Ultrasound information for bulls selling is included in the catalog. All the bulls have been together since December.
I will have carcass EPD’s available sale day on the bulls with them.
One should pay closer attention to EPD’s for desired traits rather than an individuals own numbers. They have proven to be 9 times more accurate in predicting progeny differences in all categories.
THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING