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280 +/- Acre Missouri Grass & Hunting Farm 
Nodaway County
Bull 38: 

Born March 3, third calf in 2018 calf crop. Dam is Cow 25, the daughter of Cow 4310, a 15-year-old cow that we sold to Bruce Shanks last spring. The sire of 38 is Bull 276, a bull we raised and used as a yearling. 276 is a son of Bull 3413 out of Cow 8405, a cow that is now 11 and still going strong. After we used 276 we sold him to Middle Fork Farm at Macon.

Bull 328: 

A son of AI Bull 9218 and Cow 424, a 770-pound cow sired by Broadway and one of the top producers in the herd. 328 had a birthweight of 52 pounds and weaned at 494, which was 64% of his dam’s weight. 424’s 2016 calf was a heifer out of 3413. This heifer – Cow 586 – had the top weaning-weight calf of all the heifers born in 2016. 
Bull 528: 

This is a son of Cow 436, a daughter of 9422 and 3413. 9422 is one of our most consistent producers.
Bull 18
Born March 3, first calf in 2018 calf crop. Dam is Cow 464, a five-year old cow that had the first calf in 2016, 2018 and again in 2019. In 2017, she had the 6th calf. Sire is 9218, a bull that we used AI. Calf weighed 595 when we weaned the bulls on Dec. 13. His dam at that time weighed 800, which means he weaned 74.4% of his dam’s weight. His topline is 63”, heart girth 61”, flank girth 63.5.

735 +/- Acre Kansas Farm 
Greenwood County
Sam Voss
(855) 573-5263 x745
(913) 526-9369
Bull 708: 
A good-looking bull out of cow 406, a cow we thought was one of the better females in our 2015 calf crop. 406 had a royal pedigree, but we got rid of her because she didn’t breed back. 708 is out of one of the better bulls we ever raised, Bull 1005. Bull 708