Y211 is such an elegant, powerful female. She has proved herself and has earned the title of Dam Of Distinction for the Charolais breed. Her first calf was a heifer, 3211A, who has gone on to raise two sons that have been acquired by other registered breeders. Y211's first son, RENN Heisenburg 4211, we retained for his first breeding season and he sired some very good progeny. Y211 raised two other very good bulls, one going to Zeisler Charolais and the other to a very good commercial Red Angus herd in South Central Nebraska. We have flushed her to the $105,000 LT Patriot 4004 and their progeny will be a highlight in our 2018 bull sale.
Quinn is writing herself into history in our program. Her natural calf, RENN Lexington 6346 was the high selling bull in our 2017 bull sale selling to Pesek Charolais. We flushed her to CCC WC Resrouce 417 and the results of that mating will be a sale feature in our 2018 bull sale. That flush has given us 7 ET heifer calves we will retain into our herd as well as a natural born heifer calf born in 2017, sired by HCR Patriarch 2502. Her legacy will be seen at Rennert Ranch for years to come. We plan to continue adding more genetics from this great daughter of M6 Gridmaker 104 PET into our program.
Ahhh, Wendy! We recently added this maternal giant to our program. She is the dam to our herd sire HCR Patriarch 2502 Pld and maternal grand dam of our other herd sire HCR Freedom 6144 Pld. She is already greatly impacting our breeding program at Rennert Ranch with a good majority of her grand daughters who are in, or soon to be in production. Hubert Charolais Ranch offered 12 sons of her's in previous bull sales and they averaged over $10,000 for the dozen of them. She is sired by LT Western Edge 4057 who has left some very productive females over the years. In the Spring of 2017 we flushed Wendy to the $125,000 selling bull WC Milestone and are expecting those calves to be born in the spring of 2018. She kicked out 20 embryos on her first flush for us and we put all 20 embryos in fresh. To say we are excited about those calves to come would be an understatement.