Herd Bulls

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Coleman Keen 717

Coleman Angus in Charlo, Montana is respected nationwide as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Larry Coleman insists that his cattle have performance, volume, muscle, fleshing ability in a maternally strong package. Larry values great females from cow families that are proven for fertility, longevity, udder quality and fleshing ability. We found Keen in a pen full of bull calves and knew immediately he was special. Phenotypically, Keen is powerful, with tremendous length, base width, volume, muscle, and performance. He is just the right size- big enough for top performance, yet moderate enough to function in a low input forage based production paradigm. Genetically, consider the maternal giants found up close in Keen's pedigree- EXT, Rito 707, Rainmaker 654X, Charlo and 6807. It doesn't get any better. As his individuality and heritage would predict, Keen is proving to be an outstanding sire. He consistently sires excellent performance in a structurally sound, wide based, heavy muscled package. We are looking forward to getting his daughters in production. His semen is available through Breeder Link- follow link below.

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WRA Cedar Run A7

Cedar Run is proving that our confidence in him was well founded. His sire, Cedar Ridge, is a product of the nation’s premier no nonsense, low input, grass based breeding program at Cole Creek Angus Ranch in Joliet, Montana. The Cole Creek herd does not compromise on the valuable traits not measured by EPDs, such as structural soundness, fertility, longevity, and maternal efficiency. A total outcross, Cedar Ridge offers calving ease with functional efficiency for low input programs. Cedar Run effectively combines these positive traits of Cedar Ridge with the added performance and muscle from his dam, 115P. She is also the dam of T10, Vindicator, and Walker. A powerful, beautifully patterned, heavy muscled and moderate framed individual, Cedar Run is proving to be a sire of moderate framed, well balanced, heavy muscled, low input and low birthweight progeny. His daughters in production are proving to be the low input, easy keeping, fault free kind we admire.

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WRA Treasure B18

Treasure B18 was a feature in our 2015 sale, selling to Henry Holloway of Darlington, MD. B18 was the last calf produced by our foundation cow, Eileen Bar 115P. She also produced Mirror Image T10, Vindicator, Walker and Cedar Run. T10 sired the $21,000 top seller at Van Dyke's this year, Vindicator was in the Select Sires lineup, Walker was featured at Genex, and Cedar Run a featured herd sire at White Ridge. B18 proved to be such an easy calving bull with impressive progeny that we reacquired him to breed heifers. Expect to see more of him in the future.