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Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Misty
Misty ... A registered Beefmaster cow, she  is a solid white female that is all Lasater breeding on top and Buster and Rampley breeding on the bottom. She has a very good topline and rump with lots of muscle definition and depth. Click to see certificate.

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Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Katie Jo

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Katie Jo ... This heifer is a dark red motley-faced female with tremendous length and depth and polled to boot. She is out of a Brookshire female and a Pine Springs bull. She was sold to Roger Holden at Springfield, Missouri. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Sonora

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Sonora is a red female that has tremendous confirmation that is half foundation breeding and half BBU breeding. This female would make a very nice show heifer. She was sold to Roger Holden of Springfield, Missouri. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Peaches

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Peaches ... This first-calf heifer is doing a good job of raising her heifer calf. This picture was taken when the calf was 2 days old. Peaches is a good milker and excellent mother, doing just what she is supposed to do. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Rose

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Rose ... This heifer goes back to Cavalier, Rushman, Lady's Man, and Schutts 25 cow. Her mother is a Brookshire female named Azalea Rose, and her sire is Chase, a Wilmoth bull. She has lots of length and depth, a good topline and underline, and plenty of bone. She was sold to Roger Holden at Springfield, Missouri. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Calico

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Calico ... This female is out of the Lonesome Dove Special bull who is a Polled Mandate and Lonesome Dove son, and out of a Cavalier daughter called Delilah. She is red with a white underline and a star in her forehead. This cow has tremendous depth and length with a great top line and polled to boot. She has raised a heifer and now has a bull calf on her. Calico does an excellent job of raising her calves. We sold her open heifer to a breeder in Iowa.
There were about 20 heifers in the Arkansas futurity, some open and some bred. Calico was 14 months old and was open. This is the first Grand Champion and Open heifer winner. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, My Leading Lady

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My Leading Lady ... This is a light red heifer out of a really thick 637 Buster bull and a Pine Springs first calf heifer that was classified Feb. 21 as a U1/1. She also placed 2nd out of 15 entries at Springfield, Missouri, at the OHOA futurity. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Sis

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Sis ... She is light red with a motley underline, is very feminine up front, and has great length with good muscle definition. Her mother is a Polled Jim female that goes back to a Trent Cromer cow. Sis and her heifer calf were sold to Brian Engleman of Checotah, Oklahoma. Click to see certificate.
and Raindrop and goes back to a lot of polled genetics top and bottom.  Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, She's Foxy

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She's Foxy ... She is only one of two females that we have out of our U 1/1 cow called Rain Drop. All of the other calves Raindrop has had have been bulls. She is jet black, motley faced, has a motley underline, and is smooth polled with great length, depth, and muscle. She is a very feminine cow up front with plenty of bone and a great top line and very clean underline. This female is out of Bandito
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Lady Bayou

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Lady Bayou ... It is difficult to find fault with this female. She is very smooth, straight-lined, and feminine, with plenty of depth and muscle. She has great EPD numbers, a good pedigree, and is extremely clean in her front and underline. She is polled. She now has a nice red heifer calf out of The Right Move bull. The calf’s name is Jivin Jodi and she is now in the calves’ section. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Mariah

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Mariah ... This is a Power Play daughter out of Miss Country Spark 601. This is the best heifer we have raised. Her first calf was a bull that we sold at Mt. Vernon, Missouri. He was the highest selling futurity bull and placed 2nd in the futurity. He brought $2,250. Mariah's second calf was a heifer (named Rain Drop) that was about 1/3 black. Rain Drop is now in the cows section also (see below). She is a very fertile cow. In 2003 she had two heifers ...
Morgan born on Jan. 29, 2003; and Jimmy Lynn born on Dec. 26th, 2003. Both are red heifers. Jimmy Lynn was classified on 06/17/2006 and was given a U 1/2. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Tularosa

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Tularosa ... This is another excellent heifer out of Mariah and Polled Jim. She is a full sister to Raindrop, a U 1/1 and Jimmy Lynn,
a U 1/2 classified female. Her mother and grand­mother will have typesetter status soon. She is a horned female, has a lot of muscle, length, depth, and thickness. Her first heifer, out of Country Magic, was a solid black heifer called Diamond in the Rough who is also in the cow’s section. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Oatmeal

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Oatmeal ... This is a polled female that is definitely a 1 underline female. She has good length, depth, and lots of muscle and thick­ness. She placed 3rd out of 13 heifers at the OHOA Spring Sale in Springfield, Missouri. She is a Snow Cloud granddaughter. Oat­meal was classified on 06/17/2006 and was given a U 2/1. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Rain Drop

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Rain Drop ... This female is out of a cow called Mariah and her sire is Polled Jim. She is about 1/3 black and polled scurred. She has an excellent udder, great top line, underline, and length. Her weaning weight was 723 pounds. She has an excellent bull calf out of Black Magic; his name is Lexus, and he is in the bulls' section. She was classi­fied as a U 1/1 and given numbers on 07/01/04. Click to see certificate.

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I’m A Sweetheart ... This is a really nice dark red, white-faced cow that is out of a Cavalier daughter and a Pine Springs bull. She has lots of length, depth, and a clean underline. She is a well-bred female with great looks. She was sold to Hanigan Beefmasters in Douglas, Arizona. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Teller She's Lucky

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Teller She’s Lucky … She is a polled solid red cow out of a cow called Willa Mae and a Pine Springs bull. Lots of meat and muscle with a well-rounded rump.  Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Eye Am Curious

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Eye Am Curious ... She is a smooth polled, dark red cow that is an embryo calf out of Mariah and Country Magic. She is a very feminine heifer with lots of length, depth, and muscle definition. She was sold to Roger Holden at Springfield, Missouri. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Pine Springs 101 - Miss Caramel

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Pine Springs 101 - Miss Caramel ... She is out of a Lasater sire and a Buster 077 cow that is light red, white faced, and ring-eyed. She is polled with great length and depth with a very nice udder. She is due to calve in April. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Kudos

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Kudos ... This is a very nice cow out of Blacksmith and Diamond in the Rough. A great topline and underline that is double bred Black Magic top and bottom. This is a very nice female, and she is doing a great job. Kudos was sold to Tom and Deidra Hood from Talequah, Oklahoma. This pair placed second out of 19 pairs at the Central Sate Sale in Locust Grove, Oklahoma. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Calf, Buster 246 - Pistachio

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Buster 246 - Pistachio … This polled-bred heifer is a really nice female with a great pedigree. Some of the great sires are CO11C Cross, 260 Buster, L-Bar 5502, and on the dam’s side are 152 Buster and 076 Buster. She also has nice EPDs. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, WH 211 - Kandy Red
211 WH - Kandy Red is a registered Beefmaster cow. She is polled, red, female that was 7th place in the Springfield sale in 2013 out of 21 futurity heifers. She has a nice polled, red, motley faced heifer calf. She has BBU and foundation breeding. Click to see certificate.

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Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Pine Springs 147 - Rare Opportunity

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Pine Springs 147 - Rare Opportunity ... This dark red, white-faced heifer is as slick bellied as she can be, no underline. She is out of a 5021 Lasater sire and a Buster 921 cow. She has great length, topline with tremendous meat, and muscle definition and depth. She is due to calve in March and is smooth polled. Click to see certificate.
Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Altaffer 150 - I'm Your Pick

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Altaffer 150 - I’m Your Pick ... She is out of a Buster 600 sire and an Altaffer 819 cow. This female is solid red and polled. A very clean underline and very thick with lots of depth. She is bred to a Buster 260 son. Click to see certificate.
Top of the Line - 036 Pine Springs ... This  is Pine Springs 036, a female that is 4½ years old and is out of a 637 Buster bull and a 737 Pine Springs cow. She is a solid red polled cow with tremendous length and depth. She will calf in January to a Lasater 7259 bull. Click to see certificate.  

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Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Top of the Line - 036 Pine Springs
Cinnamon - 3925 Crib Creek ... This is a nice polled heifer out of an 82 Hennegin bull and a 1-925 Crib Creek cow. She is a very dark red female with lots of length, a nice rear end, and a very clean underline. She is A.I. bred to the Buster 260 bull and will calf in March, the 20th to the 25th. Click to see certificate.

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Pic of Registered Beefmaster Cow, Cinnamon - 3925 Crib Creek