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SIRE ROAD TESTS STANTONS STEADY EX BLF CVF


further stardom as his sons enter the breeding world. Stantons Steady released by Semex after the April proof run is joined by another high ranking Mr Sam son in the top 15 type sires available in the UK. Emmark Mammoth is a Mr Sam x EX90 Storm with a 2.95 TM and is Genus ABS’s offering who ranks in sixth place ahead of Steady in fifteenth spot with his Canadian converted +14 Final Class accounting for a 2.81 Type Merit based on a limited 44 daughters in 41 herds in his type proof. Steady now has 123 registered daughters in his country of origin Canada of which four are VG, 43 are GP, a further 19 are classified Good and there is a solitary Fair scored daughter of Steady at this stage. There are already seven other sires from the cow family


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sold by Semex, as Steady descends for the Saturday fam- ily. Steady’s dam is the VG85-2yrs 16* Convincer daughter Stantons Sherice, who gave her only record of 13,787 kg at 4.2% fat and 3.2% in 305 days under three times a day milking within the 600 head Ontario-based Stanton Brothers herd. Despite only milking one lactation, she has over 70 Canadian progeny registered, with Steady being her highest scored at EX92, but she also has VG daughters by Mr Sam, Laudan, Shottle, Modest, Goldwyn and Lucky Star, many of which together with her other daughters are likely to go higher as her eldest daughter is only August 2005 born. Sherice’s dam in turn is the VG86-3yrs 32* Stantons Rudolph Stress who also had one lactation, again over


ABOVE Steady daughter Stantons Steady Shallow GP83-2yr. RIGHT Stantons Steady EX.


13,000 kg and third dam is Sher-Est Thor Soup VG88-3yr USA, then the EX90-5yr USA Sher-Est S-Wind Saturday. Steady is the seventh generation VG or EX, who was raised to an impressive EX92 in June this year, with EX93 for Dairy Strength with the Canadian classifiers endorsing the expect- ed frame, strength and robustness from both sides of his pedigree which he appears to be passing onto his progeny. Approaching 2.5 for both Mammary and Feet & Leg com-


A second crop Dutch Red & White sire and a newcomer from Canada POOS STADEL CLASSIC


White genetics continues within the UK and with it comes the dilemma of selecting bloodlines that carry red without Rubens or Storm in their pedigree. With Poos Stadel Classic from


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ABOVE Penrikka Classic Cinderella VG89-3yr has calved twice with a Red daughter each time, by Acme and Talent. Her first lactation totalled 10,273 kg at 4.51%F and 3.36%P in 305 days.


ABOVE RIGHT Poos Stadel Classic. 80 THE JOURNAL AUGUST 2010


Avoncroft, there is a red, second crop UK proof outcross sire. A son of Stadel, himself a son of Stollberg who was by Hanoverhill Starbuck, Poos Stadel Classic offers UK breed- ers a moderate milk and component proof, while exceeding 1.6 TM based on over 150 daughters in 54 herds, while he now has in excess of 600 UK registered progeny. Bred by the Peeters family in St Anthonis in Holland, Classic descends from one of the best known red families in The Netherlands, the Mina’s. Classic’s dam was a daughter of Almerson Camera Red who was a son of Stanhope Cannonade from a Triple Threat dam, combining further bulls that are less familiar to the majority of readers. Mina 243 EX90, the dam


he popularity of Red &


One of the breeds most highly regarded sires at the moment, Regancrest Mr-Drham Sam, is now creating


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