Wanted for 2016 breeding season.......Traditional bull. Prefer a bull old enough to service thirty Dexter females. Prefer black, A2/A2, non Chondro, non carrier of PHA, very good disposition and conformation. August 1st. is the date Bulls are put in with the cows and heifers so have time to find the right one. Chautauqua Herd, Forestville, New York. Lordmikie@me.com 716-965-2502.
I have a young black A2/A2 bull down from my Peerless lines that I am watching. He was born in the spring, and I keep and sell few bulls, but there is something about this young bull that may turn him into a keeper. I also have a red dun. I have not DNA tested either one of them. Maybe in the next few weeks I can get them in and do that and get some photos.
It has been nice here for a couple of days. .. . mud was frozen, but the monsoons have returned this afternoon. Supposed to rain all night and temps in the high 40s tomorrow so there will be plenty of mud again.
Too bad...I have a very nice dun bull out of our beautiful Traditional cow Luc (you saw her photo a day ago) and Mike. Mike had one instance of Lucifer 6 or so lines back, but was all Traditional otherwise. King is 3 years old, 43", and met all your other specifications. Other than lacking a health certificate, I could have almost hauled him out there tomorrow!
I have a young bull calf for sale later this spring/ summer time frame. He is from Colorado Aurora and Colorado Orpheus. Thus will have your desired traits. Already handling him. He will not be ready for this fall but would be a great investment. See pics on my FB page or my for sale ad of him, his mother and my bull. Might consider traveling Orpheus up there for a couple of months.... Email me at briarhoookfarm@ yahoo.com. LoriG
We are not of the A2/A2 variety here, but we do want to sell our traditional bull KRO's Harold. His DOB is 8/11/12, black, horned, used to being out at pasture with cows. Lives outside all the time; good to be around. Nothing makes him too excited except a new bale of hay or a cow in heat. Probably the quietest bull we've ever had. He is Legacy #1497 and PDCA #207325. I swear that I had him chondro tested and he was negative but can't find the results this moment. If not for you, maybe someone else will consider him. Unfortunately we are having to make some difficult decisions and he will be headed to beef if no home develops.
Murtagh of Paradise will be 8 months old when you need him. Brenn was 7 months old when he bred Amy Hayner's herd of six, including Angus, Devon, Jersey and Highland cows. He never looked tired He is Legacy L02333TH-15HH and ADCA 038578.
His test results are just what you want. See them here: