White Pine Angus Ranch
                                                With an eye to the future and the bloodlines to insure success

Stan Semmler

1511 - 16th Street N W, Backus, MN  56435                                                                                                                                                 

e-mail: wparanch@hotmail.com                                                                                                                                                           

Home Phone: 218-947-3058     Cell:      218-232-8215

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WPA RAMPAGE 2199                  REG. # AAA 20226870                      TAG # R-541              Birth Date:04/04/2021

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      Panda of Conanga 3609           AAA 15147071

WPA Guinness 1762          AAA 18995129

      TC Total 410                              AAA #14844711

      Arjons Powertool U124-1404     AAA #17881094

WPA Kala Page 1938        AAA 19473409

      WPA Daniel 1151                       AAA 17418924    

# Pathfinder       + Embryo Transplant

CED      BW      WW      YW      MILK

 +10       +1.0      +62      +117      +26

                           45%     30%

CW      MARB     RE       $B        $C

+.64     +.41        +.69    +164    +264

15%                   35%   15%    25%   


Actual BW: 80 lbs.

Adj. 205 Day: 798 lbs.

Ind. Ratio: 98

Actual WW: 794 lbs.

Dam's WW Record: 2@104

Weigh Date: 11-8-21

Avg. Daily Gain on Cow: 3.64 lbs.

Scrotal:


    What a terrific dam behind this young bull. A  cow with only 2 calves under her belt, but wow! Her 1st calf @ 241 days weighed 794 lbs. with a 205 day of 775 lbs. R-541 was the 2nd calf and weighed 794 lbs. @ 218 days and a 205 day of 798 lbs. Time will tell if she becomes our newest " super cow " or does fate have something else in store for her? Anyway back to the bussiness at hand. Many folks ask how do I come up with pricing? One thing I can tell you without getting into decisions that would take to much time, is when a calf comes off the cow at or around 800 lbs. and the 205 day backs up that number, then I see a $4,000 bull.                                                                                                              Price $3,950