This fancy, moderate female is sired by DVE Davidson Macon 111C and has DRT Lonesome Aubrey 240D, a Cruise female, for a dam. With a modest birth weight of 76 lb, and a feminine, pretty-yet-practical makeup, she is offered at the Canadian Western Agribition 2018 sale.
This beautiful, dark red purebred heifer calf is sired by Lonesome Hall of Fame. Her mother, DRT Lonesome Meadowlark 113Y, is a youthful dam that features an outcross pedigree. This heifer has a moderate birth weight (82 lb), and has substance and good structure, is square-built and will be a productive female.
Lonesome Bianca is a purebred, black, fancy Gelbvieh heifer that is right out of the core of Ross and Tara’s herd. She is sired by their new herd bull DVE Davidson Worley 76B and is the first of his progeny to be offered. Her conservative birth weight and strong maternal background will make her a valuable asset to anyone’s herd!
This heifer will be donated with ticket sale proceeds going to the Man-Sask Gelbvieh Association. Tickets are $10 each and available during the CWA Gelbvieh Sale on November 24, 2016 or contact Tara at (306) 625-7345 to arrange for purchase at any time.
Shown here with her calf DRT Uptown Girl 42Y at side (pictured Fall 2011), this little female has guts, depth, and a well-balanced udder. She is a mature cow who has earned her keep. We showed her as a heifer calf, and in the Fall of 2011 decided to bring her back out on the road once again.
Uptown Girl is a sweet little black heifer with a great pedigree! Sired by the 2011 NWSS Reserve Grand Champion Bull Davidson Romance DVE 116W, this female is pretty, has personality, and gets top marks for calving ease. Her dam is a well-uddered complete cow who consistently gives us great calves. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a female of this caliber, from excellent bloodlines that are proven in the pasture and the show ring.
We showed this little female in 2009 at both Edmonton FarmFair and Agribition and both judges and spectators liked her looks! She won Reserve Heifer Calf Champion at both shows, and we made the difficult decision to part with her at the 2009 Agribition Gelbvieh sale where she was the high selling lot, going to Fir River Livestock at Hudson Bay. Fancy and deep-bodied, we know she went to a good home!