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Am I the only one who finds it odd that the return ballots are to be sent to one of the people running for office?  Why would that person allow themselves to be placed in a potentially ethically compromised position?  The lack of foresight here is…Continue

Started by William B. Yockey Jun 6.

Need a bull to breed my Jojo 4 Replies

HELP!! I have been looking for a bull in or near the Southern Ohio area to breed my Jojo. I am only wanting as I want to milk her next year. She birthed a nice bull calf this year. Can anyone help me out. I thought of AI but don't really want to go…Continue

Started by V Joanne Heyob. Last reply by Laura E. Scott May 9.

Breeding question 13 Replies

I have a small grade Dexter heifer.  I bought her planning to raise my own beef for my freezer.  I grew up raising Angus and while I love the look of Angus, didn't want the fencing challenges (really, the rumors aren't exaggerated!) and only have…Continue

Started by Dawn Panda. Last reply by Dawn Panda Apr 11.

Dexters for sale--most types 1 Reply

I have enjoyed my Dexters since 2000, but for age and health reasons, I need to reduce my herd.  I have all types of Dexters.  I have a Legacy bull who can be weaned soon and is for sale: Dam is PDCA 207766; Sire is ADCA 019101 and Legacy…Continue

Started by SA Walkup. Last reply by SA Walkup Apr 8.

Dexter Calves for sale 4 Replies

We are a small homesteader and our herd has grown too large. Anyone in the Roanoke, VA area looking for calves? One year old heifer, 4 month old bull calf and 4 month old heifer calf ready soon. Out of a bull that is register able, paperwork has…Continue

Started by Lisa Casazza. Last reply by Lisa Casazza Jan 11.

Herd reduction sale in Oregon 1 Reply

7 cows for sale, pasture exposed since May 29, 2015 from nearly 2 to nearly 9 yrs old, due to calve starting early March, 2016.  Polled and dehorned.  4 heifer calves, weaned, black, polled.All have been raised here via rotational grazing and know…Continue

Started by Andy Smith/ Donna Semas. Last reply by Andy Smith/ Donna Semas Dec 20, 2016.

 
 
 

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William B. Yockey posted a discussion

New Elections

Am I the only one who finds it odd that the return ballots are to be sent to one of the people running for office?  Why would that person allow themselves to be placed in a potentially ethically compromised position?  The lack of foresight here is appalling.See More
Jun 6
Laura E. Scott replied to V Joanne Heyob's discussion Need a bull to breed my Jojo
"I have a nice yearling bull, ready to breed.  He is out of Mikayla of the Double D and BHD Dundee's Albert.  Nice personality, straight back and legs, and great milking lines."
May 9
Dawn Panda replied to Dawn Panda's discussion Breeding question
"Thanks for weighing in.  :)  I did indeed decide to wait on breeding her; she's still growing.  With our Angus, we never bred while they were still gaining both height and weight, so it'll be the same for Elsa.  I…"
Apr 11
SA Walkup replied to SA Walkup's discussion Dexters for sale--most types
"Still have many Dexters I should sell. Both males and females. PHA-free, chondro-free (except for a chondro-carrier steer I wanted to sell for a show steer)--have about 3 chondro-carrier females (in a herd of about 60) and they are not really ones I…"
Apr 8
SA Walkup replied to Dawn Panda's discussion Breeding question
"Re meat, I have taken Dexter steaks to our grazing group's cookoffs about every other year, and it is my DEXTER meat which gets the rave reviews for flavor and tenderness. The competition is also all grassfed, just other breeds. Have read that…"
Apr 8
SA Walkup replied to Dawn Panda's discussion Breeding question
"Hi, Dawn. I'm a latecomer to this discussion between you and Laura, but wonder if you've solved your breeding question yet? My own Dexter birth weights tend to be between about 32 and 42, I think (from the few I've brought in and…"
Apr 8
SA Walkup replied to V Joanne Heyob's discussion Need a bull to breed my Jojo
"Still looking? I have horned and polled adult bulls (chondro-free, PHA-free) and bull calves, have all 3 colors, reasonable prices. I have driven from MO to the OVDBA show/sale, so if that wasn't "too far" maybe coming my way to get a…"
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SA Walkup posted a discussion

Dexters for sale--most types

I have enjoyed my Dexters since 2000, but for age and health reasons, I need to reduce my herd.  I have all types of Dexters.  I have a Legacy bull who can be weaned soon and is for sale: Dam is PDCA 207766; Sire is ADCA 019101 and Legacy L00608LH-07HH.  I have a traditional bull  out of ADCA 10680 and the same Legacy bull.  Both these young bulls are black, may carry dun.  I have a very good looking dun fall bull calf out of the same sire, and a number of red polled bull calves out of a…See More
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Lisa Casazza replied to Lisa Casazza's discussion Dexter Calves for sale
"Hi, I thought that I had replied earlier. Obviously I do not know how to use this forum. We never sold the calf so we banded him. I do have two, approximately 3 year old cows. Both are long-legged, horned, black and most likely bred (we run the bull…"
Jan 11
Lisa Casazza replied to Lisa Casazza's discussion Dexter Calves for sale
"Thanks for looking,  but we are just a small homestead. We have never tested any of them, just raise them for meat.  All of ours are horned."
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Bill Mitchell replied to V Joanne Heyob's discussion Need a bull to breed my Jojo
"Hi We are in Sarver PA which is 20 miles north of  Pittsburgh PA, I have three bulls available for sale. 2 yr old Red Horned 2 yr old Black Horned 6 mth old Dun Horned. Let me know if interested. email mitchellc036@gmail.com Chris Mitchell"
Dec 31, 2016

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