Sires


Polar Vortex x PBR x 4D Large

AI SIRE

Owned by Neff Livestock, Titus Club Lambs & Newsom Livestock

 

 

 

 


Up the Limit x Burn x Swagger

Owned 1/2 Interest with Sloan Club Lambs

 

 

 

 

Mosey
Miller 0-945
Master Copy x Miller 3458 (Masterpiece x Buckmaster)
QR - 2011

Owned with Miller Hampshires & Wheaton Hampshires

Mosey

 

 

 

 

Miller 64
Wheaton 2-064 ET
RRNN
"Master Copy" X
Miller 34-68 (DaVinci X Miller-2958, Classic's Mother)

Miller-64
Spot On
Spot On
Miller 64
Miller 64 Rear
 
Reserve Grand
2012 MI Livestock Expo
Embryo Brother to
Miller 64 & Spot On

"Spot On"
Deceased
Embryo Brother to Miller 64

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reference Sires

   

12-07
Untouchable X Hancock 2070

Owned with Coil Farms

12-07
   
 
12-07
 

 

 

 

11-20
ET
Napoleon X Hancock 2070
RR

Our "Keeper Ram" from the 2011 embryo lamb crop. "20" was clearly " at the head of the class" in a strong group of individuals which included several rams which we retained breeding interests in as well as the $9,500 ram lamb which sold at Sedalia.

We mated "20" to all our best yearling ewes as well as 3 of our donors naturally. We could not be more pleased with the consistency of his lambs! "20"'s lambs are very distinct and look just like him. They all have that "high quality Hampshire shape and look". "20" is a unique blend of genotype and phenotype that are difficult to duplicate.

11-20
     
     

 

 

 

 

Napolean
Tag: Wheaton 0-047
RR
Sire: True Blood
Dam: Wheaton 7-021 (Maternal sister to "The One")
DOB: 2010


Purchased 1/2 Interest!
Raised by Wheaton Hampshires

Service sire for our three Donor ewes

This young "True Blood" son has demanded attention from a young age. Napoleon is the result of a disciplined breeding program that has focused on maternal lines and consistent production. His mother (Wheaton 7-021) is a maternal sister to "The One" and is the centerpiece of our embryo transfer program. As a young 4 year old, Wheaton 7-021 has 9 rams in service from Virginia to California. His genetic potential is unquestioned and we look forward to his future influence in our program.