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Jamison Herefords cowherd dispersion

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

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A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

Jamison Herefords, one of the breed’s most recognized breeding firms, dispersed their cowherd program in a record $1.4 million sale. This Quinter, KS-based 66-year program, established in 1944 by the late Dale Jamison, has been one of Hereford’s largest and most influential seedstock herds. A noted source of performance Line One genetics, Jamisons have marketed over 5,000 bulls in 30 years with 669 JA-bred bulls listed since the first American Hereford Sire Summary and annually staged one of the breed’s leading “100 head plus” bull sales.

A reputation performance program built upon the principles of production testing and linebreeding, respected cowman Gordon Jamison tied his breeding objectives and herd management directly to the economics of commercial cowherd production and garnered the respect of breeders and ranchers all across America. Backed by one Hereford’s most powerful and proven herd sire batteries, Jamisons directed their business to selling linebred performance bulls in volume to ranchers and breeders across America.

The entire breeding unit dispersed – the producing cowherd, 2010 heifer calf crop and 2009 bred replacement heifers. A fast-paced auction ran 602 head in exactly seven hours with strong demand on all classes. Breeders and commercial cowman from 22 states competed to invest in the maternal production, function and potent Line One genetics that have made the Jamison name. The total dollar gross, number sold and wide-spread breeder participation made this a landmark Hereford event and a successful sale for a family that has invested a lifetime in breeding great Whiteface cows.

Jamisons will remain involved in the Hereford business as all 2010 bull calves were retained to develop as yearlings for their annual February 2011 bull sale and as 2-year-olds for a scheduled February 2012 bull sale.

One herd bull brought $16,000 (three-quarter interest). CL1 Domino 638S, a 2006 son of L1 Domino 03396, was purchased by Jamsion Farms, Beggs, OK.

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