Tattoo: NESP 1U
CC 83D DILLINGER 150G
CC 150G CAPONE 84J
CC 129D PRINCESS 187F
Sire: STD 84J PRINCE STONE 4S C02882590
STD PYRAMID 9B ENDEAVOR ET 55E
STD ENDEAVOR 55E HIBISCUS 24H
STD RED 4A DIANTHUS 79D
BRETON WEST 59B BRITISHER 18F
BRITISHER 18F SANDMAN 74H
SANDMAN MISS DAPHNE 27D
Dam: STD BRIT 74H NAOMI 18N C02830936
STD ESQUIRE 23E GARNER 26G
STD 26G LI'L PRINCESS 26L
STANMORE 82C FANTASY 44F
Doerksen Herefords, Gem AB
IU is a bull that can contribute greatly to herds that use him and the breed as well. He can be bred to the whole herd - heifers and the best cows. He'll contribute vigor, short gestation, lower birth weight, calving ease shape, gainability, maternal strength (mothering, udder type, milk, etc), fertility, great yellow hair, docility, correctness, length, volume, balance, muscle, and pigmented, hooded eyes.
He has a pedigree that is unique enough in the first few generations to be an outcross for the majority of breeders, yet he descends from well known, widely used cattle throughout his extended pedigree.
He is linebred many different ways to some of the best cattle we've used. Going farther back, he is linebred to some real breed builders such as Commander, Extra, 27G, 93J, 85B, and 053 from 6 to 13 times in his pedigree! Breed legend, 8Z, is in his pedigreee at least 26 times! How's that for linebreeding, Latimers!!
His grandsire, 84J, has 7 different cows close in his pedigree that have each raised at least 2 purebred herdsires. In the rest of 1U's pedigree you will also find more cows that have done that such as 4S's dam, 24H (we've used 3 sons - also of note - her grand dam 4T is in 1U 3 times), Wabash Selina 144Z (we used 4 sons, 2 of which are in the pedigree) and now 18N joins those ranks as her 84J son went to work last year for purebred breeder Keith Davies.
Our first crop from 84J really impressed with their calving ease shape & size, growth, muscling, hair, fertility, pigment, and hooded eyes. 1U's sire, 4S, really stuck out at 11- 14 months of age so much with his fantastic muscle, gaining, hair and nuts that we just had to use him. His calves started coming a week before they were expected and definately proved his consistency for shape and size at birth. They then grew and developed like popcorn, and we are so pleased with them this fall. Weight and muscle with moderate frames. MJT Cattle Co., Edgerton purchased him at Calgary Bull Sale. Mick really liked him at 3 previous outings and I am convinced that the results in their herd will be outstanding.
>> Canadian Hereford Association Pedigree and EPD's
Photo Taken Sept. 1st
Dam of 1U - STD Brit 74H NAOMI 18N
Photo Taken Oct 8/08
Photo Taken Nov 19/08
Photo Taken Nov 19/08