We at Hazel Bluff Angus are very happy to be part of the first Lone Stone Invitational Female sale. It will be on Dec. 1st 2017 at the Lone Stone Farm just North of Westlock, AB. There will be a great offering of Simmental / Fleckvieh and Red and Black Angus bred heifers. Hazel Bluff Angus will have 8 Red Angus and 2 Black Angus bred heifers in the sale. We brought our heifers home from their summer pasture had pictures taken and now preg. tested. They are now at a home pasture and we invite everyone to stop by and have a look. There is several different bloodlines to choose from. The vet. called them all 4 to 5 month pregnant which means they will calve in the last week of January or February. Good confirmation solid feet and legs along with a good temperament is what we have been working towards too.They are solid, productive, fertile females right out of the heart of our program with over 25 years of breeding Angus cattle behind them.
We like to introduce to you:
MHB 11D, This beauty A.I. sired by Red Brylor Eberle 50Y (picture) and out of Red Hazel Bluff Masto 73T (picture) has a long solid pedigree with lots of performance and fertility. The Masto cow family has been with Hazel Bluff since day one. With a minus in the BW EPD’s and above average in WW and YW, maternal and calving ease – a winning combination indeed. Her twin sister is retained in the herd.
MHB 61D, Here is another Eberle daughter, this time out of the Zamie family, another cow family that has been with us since the beginning. All our Eberle sired calves so far have been females and all excelled in good looks and confirmation. They really stood out in the heifer pen. Very growthy and lots of length.
MHB 82D, A little different twist in the pedigree here. In the 2013 dispersal of the Strawberry Fields Red Angus herd we purchased a cow bred to Red SSS Ole’s 677X who gave us a very promising bull calf Red Hazel Bluff Ole 6B. Ole 6B had a (to us) new pedigree and he grew up to be a very good bull, very long easy calving, nice set of feet and legs We used him as our main heifer sire for a couple of years, several of his offspring show up here. The dam side of this heifer (the dam is out of Red BJR Monu 4X – picture) goes back to Martin’s very first female Red Romar 4A (born in 1991) the backbone so to speak of his part of the Hazel Bluff herd. Lots of longevity and production here.
MHB 99D, Another Red Hazel Bluff Ole’s 6B daughter here. Long, fullbodied heifer with an 89 lb BW and a YI of 116. She definitely did well for herself and you can see it. Somehow we missed taking a “real” picture of Ole’s 6B or the dam MHB 21A. The cow family with some Bar E-L and SSS Red Angus bloodline has a very solid foundation.
MHB 109D, Here we have a beautiful heifer out of Red Hazel Bluff Smash 43B (left picture), a son of Red SY Smash 15X who we purchased at the Red Roundup in 2011 and who than went on to be the Reserve Red Angus Junior bull at Agribition that year. The dam is a Red Lazy MC Detour 2W (right picture) daughter with a long history in the herd. You can’t go wrong here.
MHB 56D, Look what we found – it’s not all red! This deepbodied daughter out of Geis Mission 270’12 (who we purchased in the Geis Angus dispersal sale in 2012 –picture) and a real looker of a cow in Hazel Bluff Tradition 58X (picture) and a DWAJO Angus grandmother has a fully packed pedigree and the numbers and the looks to back it up. Below average EPD in BW and above average for WW YW maternal and calving ease – what more can you ask for.
CHB 29D, This A.I. sired Detour 2W daughter definitely speaks for herself. With a BW of 86 lb, above average for weaning, a stunning YI of 140 (which equalled almost a 1000 act. lb at yearling weigh day) – performance is definitely not an issue here. On the dam side her granddam (CHB 84N) is shown above a deepbodied very productive cow family. 29D’s looks and performance don’t come just out of thin air.
CHB 72D, Here we have another Ole heifer out of our Missie cow family which has been with us since the beginning of time, Hazel Bluff Angus time that is. Her dam sired by Red SY Smash 15X (picture) and a great granddam CHB 88Y, other picture. Throw in a little Making Hay bloodline and you are set up for a very promising future.
CHB 87D, Well Rosette is our last red heifer in this sale. She is another Ole daughter (her grandsire is the Ole bull in the left picture, while the right picture is of Red Glesbar Fifty 7W who we purchased from Glesbar Cattle Co.back in 2011. With an 83 lb BW (a minus in her BW EPD) she has a plus in her WW and a huge plus in her YI index of 130 while at the same time above average for milk, maternal and calving ease. Some Six Mile Ice T on the dam side. What a combination!
CHB 64D, This good looking feminine Geis Mission daughter brings a lot of promise to the table. Herself a 72 lb BW, a WI of 99 and yearling index of 126, making her 5th in a group 37. We bought her dam in the Geis Angus Dispersal sale as a heifer calf and she has grown into a very productive cow. Above a picture of her granddam.
We strongly believe that this group of bred heifers has a lot to offer their new owners. There will be videos available later in October and sale catalogs after that. We invite everybody to the Lonestone Invitational Female sale on Dec. 1st 2017 at Lone Stone Farms, Westlock. Please feel welcome to have a look at these heifers anytime before at home here. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. We will have some more detailed breeding information in a later entry on this site. You should be able to click on the pictures and the pedigrees to enlarge them or print them. If you can not make to the sale in person you will also be able to follow and participate online at http://dlms.ca/default.aspx . Sales Management is with http://www.transconlivestock.com/ .
Our phone number 780 349 2768 at home or 780 307 7042 Martin, our email firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also find our Hazel Bluff Angus page on Facebook.