In a few weeks I will be heading for Norwood, MO to attend the 4th Annual Highland Cattle Auction on April 23, 2015 . I will be bring with me 2 yearling bulls for you to consider to bring into your breeding program.
Almosta Farm’s Issak (D)
Reg. No. 53,581
We are very pleased to offer Almosta Farm’s Issak (D), one of the last offspring of Spring Flight Connecticut Yankee (D). Issak is structurally correct, well muscled and has a great disposition. He has some of the top genetics in the country on the top and bottom and will surely pass them on to his offspring. Yankee’s calves have excelled in any environment that they have been put into. Whether it’s the show ring or in a grass fed operation.
Issak’s first experience away from the farm was last fall attending the NCHCA Highland Show. I have a mentoring program, where Juniors can come to adopt a calf for the weekend and have the whole experience in taking care of and showing the animal. It is not only beneficial to the child, but the calf also gets a great experience around all kinds of things. It helps bring out their disposition that is so important to a well behaved bull in the future. Issak is halter trained, current on his vaccinations and wormed.
Almosta Farm’s Kane
BWT: 89 lbs.
217 days : 820 lbs
Kane is a product of an Angus Cow and the Highland bull; Skye High Koal. These calves have been consistent through the past 5 years and proves what both breeds can do for the beef industry. Each calf has averaged 3.75 lbs per day weight gain from birth to finish. This year it was decided to keep one intact to offer beef producers an option to put into their commercial herd. With his genetics he is sure to add the best of all worlds. He is structurally correct, well muscled and has a great disposition.
If you have any questions or want more pictures, don’t hesitate to ask.
Hope to see you in Missouri.