The day before this photo was taken, Second to
None was flushed at the farm, and yielded 18 transferable Soul Man
embryos. We froze 8 and transferred 10, nine of which produced
calves. That's a donor!
Here's what we're going for. . .
GEORGIA ON MY
MIND, 2 1/2 months of age
When I saw this young
cow at Clark Jone's Farm in Savannah, TN last November, the
only thing I could see wrong with her was that she was on the wrong
farm! I found it incredible that that much length, depth and
thickness could be tied to such a clean front end. Oh, and she's
black with a 1- underline. Since then, she's had a heifer calf,
developed the perfect bag, and had a bell ringing flush. I know this
sounds too good to be true. She is a little over
protective of her calf in a lot, but we intend to have so many of
her calves in the field next year, she'll get tired smelling them
all to find the one she's nursing.
We just weaned Georgia the end of August, and
Second to None has trimmed down a bit, but has kept incredible
condition considering the drought and the job she's done with the
PS. We named her Second to None for obvious
reasons, but here on the farm we call her Tuesday. We don't plan to
sell her until the second Tuesday of next week.
For more photos of her young Soul Man calves, click here!
Until we get a page built to display her calves, here's
a few photos of those Soul Man babies now, some 7 months, some 9
61-16/7, 61-26/7 208 Twins
112/7 208 on left, all 208 calves, bulls on right