Carabar Docklands QHE D62
Docklands is a truly elite curve bending sire who’s calves are born easily with growth, carcase, fat cover, docility and $ index values all in the top 1% of the breed.
Brave Heart of Stern
An out cross New Zealand bull that shows true Angus character. He is deep chested and thick with a strong top line, deep flanked and tremendous hind quarter. He has large testicles and good feet.
Irelands Fletcher F1
Used over heifers with calves born early, easily and developing extremely well. Fletcher has excellent capacity, softness and muscling from a performance based pedigree including some of the breeds leading carcass cattle.
S Chisum 6175
Chisum 6175 progeny have fantastic temperaments, are outstanding feed converters on both grass and in the feedlot. Sons are masculine and early maturing while his daughters are fertile and will work well in hard conditions. Chisum is a great cow maker. Breed leader for growth, milk, carcase weight and fat cover.
Highlander of Stern AB
A New Zealand bred Unlimited U3271 son who has great power and bone. His calves display excellent temperament, are easy fleshing and have good marbling. His female progeny are easy doing, have plenty of milk and are very easy care cattle with moderate frames. A Trait Leader for docility.
Little Meadows Cohen C75
Cohen has done a tremendous job for us leaving bulls with great carcass traits and huge testicles. They are big framed fast growing cattle. His females are very feminine with plenty of milk, and they raise great carcase value calves.
Little Meadows Full Throttle F18
Full Throttle is a moderate framed Admiral A2 son. His male progeny have tremendous thickness, great carcase qualities and are also great feed converters. His females are moderate framed, easy doing and we look forward to calving them down.
Little Meadows Gallagher G8 – heifer bull
Gallagher is an Admiral A2 son who was used to cover mate ‘G’ heifers after an AI program. His sons have great carcase qualities with fantastic muscle pattern and are great converters on grass and in the feedlot.