BURTERGILL SOUTH DEVONS COMBINED ON FARM SALE

Monday 21st June 2021 - 1.30 pm

Taimate Angus 6783 State Highway 1, Ward




Click on each picture for that animals current EBV's †



LOT: 72 Aschwood Frank 1992

Even though he has a black American for a great grandfather Frank is homozygous red for coat colour. This impressive polled bull is very well balanced, exceptionally early maturing and very laid back. Despite his bulk he is short gestation with good calving ease but does have some outstanding growth EBVís.† †


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LOT: 73 - Aschwood Progress 901

A heterozygous polled Progress son used over the commercial heifers as a yearling. He is low birth weight, short gestation with a calving ease direct EBV in the top 10 % of the breed. His carcass data is not too bad either with good EMA, very positive fats and an IMF in the top 5% of the breed. Again despite having a black sire and dam he is homozygous red for coat colour.





†LOT 74 - Burtergill Thumper 1908† ††

A very placid eye catching homozygous polled bull that is short gestation, possesses an impressive set of growth EBVs across the board and has a scrotal circumference EBV in the top 5% of the breed he is ideal for producing heavy cattle that will mature quicker but donít discount him as a maternal sire with his positive fats and plentiful milk.



LOT 75 - Burtergill Major 1912† † ††

† † †An easy doing polled bull that would be a very safe option for any operation. He possesses an incredibly balanced set of data with 200, 400 and 600 day growth EBVís, well above breed average, very positive fats, heaps of milk and a great nature.





LOT 79 - Burtergill Bond 1814

An eye catching short gestation scurred 007 son who possesses an impressive set of growth EBVs across the board, all of which are in the top 10% for the breed or better. Coupled with a scrotal circumference EBV in the top 15% of the breed he is ideal for producing heavy cattle that will mature quicker. His scurs have never been touched.





LOT 80 - Burtergill Bond 1816

A well balanced and easy doing polled 007 son.† He would be a very safe option for cross breeding being very short gestation. He has a breed average birth weight with positive growth and 200 day milk EBVís.





LOT 81 - Burtergill Righton 1808

A very balanced polled, early maturing, short gestation Righton son with an even set of growth EBVs above the breed average across the board. Ideal for putting meat and extra fat in that steer carcass with EMA and rib/rump fat EBVs in the top 20% of the breed.





LOT 82 - Burtergill Dodge 1823

A very moderate polled Bentley son who has it all, possessing growth, milk and scrotal EBVís all in the top 20% of the breed or better. A possible cross breeding option where progeny are to be sold as weaners or finished and F1 females retained.





LOT 83 - Burtergill Hornet 1810

Out of a heifer a very balanced polled Zion grandson.† He is short gestation with a low birth weight, possessing EBVís for these traits both in the top 20% of the breed. His milk EBV is impressive too.† He will produce easy calving progeny making him ideal for heifers.



LOT 84 - Burtergill 1874

A very tidy polled bull from the commercial herd, ideal for cross breeding where the F1 females are to be retained. Possessing a scrotal circumference and 200 day milk EBV in the top 5% of the breed he will leave early maturing fertile heifers. Looking at his carcass and retail beef yield EBVs the steer calves should be alright too.