for Full Pedigree JWest's Elvis, PB, 4 Gens Elvis
weighed 1715 lbs in May 2008 at just over 5 years old, and is a Frame Score
3 bull (hip height 51 inches at 4 years of age).
chunky bull has it all, the friendliest of dispositions since the day he was born,
well-muscled, including the hindquarters, perfect markings, and mostly
blue-skinned, and always easy-keeping through the seasons. His calves
are exhibiting his very docile nature as well as his markings and muscling
and easy growth. Elvis is an excellent choice for a
grass or grain based program.
excellent markings and a slick loose coat. He has a moderate, easy-keeping
frame score of 2. He does have small scurs
received from his dam's side. He is an outstanding, eye-catching bull,
and he also has very favorable
Genestar results -- he is Homozygous to the
QG1 Marbling Gene and Heterozygous to the QG4 marbling gene, and Homozygous to the T1 Tenderness gene,
and is 6 of 8 stars for Feed Efficiency with GPD/Markers of:
(-3.15 / 1,2,2,1)
King Cole is a very well marked, well made, blue-skinned
bull that puts a high percentage of heifers on the ground. His Dam is also blue-skinned and an excellent milk
producer with a well made udder, straight wide back, and never misses a
calf. BW 78lbs - Actual WW 520 lbs -Weight 1555 lbs on 10-9-06. Gene
Star tested homozygous to T1 and T3 Tenderness markers, and Heterozygous to
QG1, the TG5 marbling marker.
Feed Efficiency results with GPD/Markers of:
J.West's El Presidente, AAA Purebred (GF) (puts
Fullbloods on the ground the same as a 4 Gens Purebred bull or cow)
El Presidente is a very thick and muscular Frame Score 2 bull of good disposition and superior easy-keeping abilities.
Genestar results for El Presidente: Homozygous
for the T1 Tenderness Gene and 6 of 8 stars for Feed Efficiency. He is an excellent
choice for the the grassfed or grain producer of moderate framed cattle
and calves. He's been an easy-keeping, growthy bull from birth and
continues to thrive with every season.
available on J.West's El Presidente.
and well-made American Fullblood British White bull. BW 85
lbs; WW 560
lbs. on 11-12-04; Weight on 6-01-05, 825 lbs.; Weight on
3-28-06, 1335 lbs. Blue Boy has small scurs. Weight in May
2007 is about 1650 pounds.
Blue Boy is by far the longest, deepest, framiest bull
born here at the ranch. He has excellent disposition and you can
expect birth weights of about 80 pounds on his calves.
available and collection on Blue Boy was excellent, his two hour
motility was 70%, the best of the group, with 94% normal.
Genestar results for Blue Boy:
Homozygous for the T1 Tenderness gene.
Heterozygous for the T3 Tenderness gene, and Heterozygous for the QG4
J.West's Tyson 31S Tyson is 5 of 6 Stars for Tenderness with Genestar. He has very
clean and balanced lines which I expect he'll put on his calves just as his
sire has done so consistently. He has a great pedigree, his dam
originating from some of the
breeding, and his grand sire coming from the first American Fullblood bred
by Halliburton Farms.
Semen is available
Tyson now calls the
A Ranch in Bellville, Texas his home.
J.West's Tom Sawyer is an Embryo Transfer bull.
He is of outstanding confirmation and gentle disposition. His dam's
side shows well in his markings and his curiosity and gentleness. Tom
Sawyer is a young bull that will be put in service in the coming year.
Tom Sawyer has reached a mature weight of
1520 lbs, weight taken on 6/9/10, along with a hip height of 51 inches.
is available on J.West's Tom Sawyer, his semen collection was outstanding, being 97% normal, and a 2 hour
motility of 65%.
Results for Tom Sawyer:
Heterozygous for the T1 and the T3
Tenderness genes, and Heterozygous for the QG1 and QG3 Marbling genes.
DFTX Watson , BWCAA No: 7041, PB 3 Gens
Date Of Birth: 10 March 1997
My first British White bull, very docile,
and put thick, smaller calves on the ground, and from all the Genestar
testing accomplished to date, it would appear he had excellent markers for
Tenderness and Marbling.
, PB, 3 Gens
Doc sold to the Tierra Blanca Creek ranch in New Mexico a few years ago, and
I wish he were still here at the ranch, he is missed. He died this
past year in what sounds like a horrible bull fight, he was quite aged at
that point, and it is a sad thing. As well, the new DNA & Ultrasound testing for
Tenderness and Marbling of some of Doc's offspring indicate he was as
outstanding under the skin as he was in person.
Regis 404S Plato
TR Woodwastwick R
TR Bambi II (75%)
Moeckly M168 Laban
G&G Atlas F196
G&G 123 F24
105 F6 (93.75%)
TR Regis 404S
Jackson's Juliet F127
RR Ronald E408
Castleton Daniel 179
G&G Statesman II
JWest's McCluskey, BWCAA No: 10650
Date Of Birth: Sept. 6, 2005 BW: 69 lbs. WW 463 lbs.
Daily Gain 2.28 lbs.
JWest's McCluskey is an outstanding young
bull with the best Genestar
results for marbling. He has
excellent body length and depth, and a very mild disposition. His
dam's calves often have uniquely quirky curious behavior. McCluskey has
GeneStar Results for McCluskey:
6 Stars, Heterozygous for the T1 Tenderness
gene and Heterozygous for the T3 Tenderness gene. Heterozygous for the
QG1 Marbling Gene, Heterozygous for the QG3 Marbling Gene, and Homozygous
for the QG4 Marbling Gene.
is available on J.West's McCluskey.