Sired by D Advance 644 and out D Advance 90 a Adv Red 11 daughter.. His first calves were small at birth, are a very good kind, and look like they will grow. He really fits the pattern of a Nash/Deewall herd bull.
D Miss Advance 18 Reg # 43231240.
18 is a daughter of D Miss Advance 50. (A daughter of Adv Red 11, whom we consider one of our top 5 cows.
D Advance 130 Reg # 43231267
D Advance 676 Reg #43704408 Doc Son!
We bred him to our first calf heifers for their 2nd calves.
D Advance 358 Reg # 43549998
Our next Heifer Herd bull in the Deewall herd. He has to meet the same criteria as they did in the Nash program-- they have to be thick, correct, have a lot of easy fleshing ability, Hereford character and style. His dam is 102 Doc daughter pictured below and on the cow page. He was her first calf.
D Advance 426 43502675. A Doc Son. His dam is Miss D Advance 249. She was 15 years old when she had her last calf.
Our Herd bulls are from proven blood lines we have put to the test in an everyday environment in the Kansas heat and cold. They have to maintain body weight on grass and hay during breeding season.
(RIP) Adv Red 11 Reg # 42196479
Adv Red 11 was one of our main herd bulls.We were truly impressed with his easy fleshing ability, his body type with the heavy muscling, and his great style and breed character.
His mother, Miss V4 also was the mother to two other herd bulls that we have used in our herd, Adv 42 and V4 Advance.
(RIP)D Advance 304 (Doc)
Reg # 42397640 DOB: 4/5/03 Pictured at 14 years old. Doc son, 676 below is out of a Doc daughter
130 is a D Advance 304 (Doc) son out of an Adv Red 11 daughter, D Miss Advance 503. He was our choice of our first 304 sons to keep for our use. His dam (below) had one of the best bull calves at her side in 2013. We used him in 2013 breeding season.
D Advance 182 (Walter)Reg # 43231277
(Doc Daughter ) D Miss Advance 102 Reg # 43231244
We sold "Doc" to Mary and Therean Towns at Placo, Ks. We were very impressed with the job that he was doing for them. We were fortunate to reacquire an interest with 1/2 possession, and are using Doc heavily. While at Towns, this "easy keeper" was run on grass and hay, and always stayed in great shape. Doc's Mother, D Louise 905, was one of the thickest cows we have ever raised-just a beautiful easy keeper. We are putting together a very good set of his daughters to our herd. See them on the Cow Herd page.