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Annual Production sale
February 12, 2013 • 12 p.m. (MT)
Philip (SD) Livestock Auction

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Annual Production Sale Tuesday, February 12, 2013 12:00 Noon (MST) Philip (SD) Livestock Auction
Auctioneer .....................................................Seth Weishaar Sale Representatives: Beau Ravellette ............................................(605) 685-8155 RPI Promotions Dan Piroutek ...............................................(605) 544-3316 Tristate Livestock News Levi Landers ................................................(308) 730-1396 American Hereford Association
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
• All animals of breeding age are guaranteed breeders. Customary guarantees will apply. • e auctioneer will settle all bidding disputes. • All persons who are attending this sale do so at their own risk. Owners assume no liability, legal or otherwise, for any accidents which may occur. • If you cannot make the sale, you may send or call in your bidding instructions. Your bids will be handled as directed and in your best interest. • Announcements from the auction block take precedence over any printed material.
Catalog produced by:
Beau Ravellette • 605/685-8155
P.O. Box 788 •  Philip, South Dakota 57567
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Welcome from Thorson Herefords!
is has been a year of change for us. We have a new sale date, February 12, 2013. We also have changed to selling only two-year-old bulls. ere are numerous reasons for this, but we needed to either calve earlier or sell 2’s, and getting ready for a bull sale when you are a one-man crew in the middle of calving can mean having to choose between the now and the future. A few notes for you before you (hopefully) dissect the catalog. Even though it seems like only awhile ago, I have been raising bulls for seven years. I was the volume buyer at the Shield Bar dispersal sale in February of 2005. I bought 46 head of bred cows and added 11 heifer calves from Carmichaels that same year. I also added 10 heifer calves and two bred cows from Gordon Jamison in 2011. I now have over 90 bred registered cows. I believe in culling and have done it relentlessly to make sure my cows are the type to help a commercial man survive in today’s world of bigger places and less labor. ere are both registered and commercial bulls in this sale. e commercial bulls go back to my dad’s cow herd – good, honest Hereford cows that paid the way for him to raise six kids. I can’t tell you the pedigree for 10 generations, but I can tell you they are functional and efficient and have been culled hard for any problems for nearly 20 years by me. ese bulls have spent their whole lives within seven miles of my house. ey were born here and fed here. at last part is why they aren’t feedlot fat. ey are in good condition to go to work and last a long time. ey are brought along slow as yearlings and as 2’s they aren’t pushed, only fed to reach their potential. I have worked for longevity. ere is a bull in this sale out of a cow that raised him at 11 and is still wintering here. She will be 13 this spring. I used JC L1 Domino 4013 at seven and he is still as active and moves as well as a threeyear-old. L1 Domino 99496 was still being used in the pasture at eight years old. I have always felt that any ranch is only as profitable as its cow herd. Every bull I have ever bought was with the eye toward what sort of females he would leave. Every cow is scored on her udder from 1 (poor) to 9 (perfect). From that, I incorporate as many other traits as possible without losing sight of the goal of top females. Every bull in the sale was planned to be a heifer calf of the best quality his mother could produce. When they come out bulls, then I sort through them and sell only the ones I would be willing to use on commercial cows that had to pay my bills. Lastly, I would invite you to buy with confidence. I live here and have no plans on leaving or quitting the business. All bulls are fully guaranteed through the first breeding season. I can winter them for you, if you need me to, and will deliver the first 100 miles free. If you want to bring your trailer and take them home, I will give you $100 cash for each bull you buy. ank you very much for your interest and I hope to see you February 12th.
Doug orson
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Reference Sire CO L1 Domino 847U
DOB: 03/26/2008 L1 DOMINO 99496 Sire
Reg. 42941187
{ L1 DOMINO 97349 { L1 DOMINETTE 95369 { GB L1 DOMINO 017D
CO L1 DOMINETTE 226M Dam { CO L1 DOMINETTE 911
EPDs CED +0.7 BW +2.5 WW +50 YW +79 Milk +24 SCR +1.2 Fat +0.064 Ribeye +0.26 Marb +0.21
I will never be able to pay Ken Coleman back for the ability to use this bull. 99496 is the sire or grandsire of a large part of the greatest Line1 cows today. When you pair him with Ken’s best cow (Dam of Distinction), you get a bull that Ken had no intention of ever letting off his Colorado ranch. His good luck of having more great bulls than he could use right away was my great luck in being able to buy three years’ use of this bull. He has tremendous depth and fleshing ability, but his structure is what is what really sets him apart. ere is no way to capture in a picture him walking across a pasture. Top that with performance. His calves averaged only 99% on birth, but were 103% at weaning and 105% at yearling. His first daughters calved last spring and are tremendous. Two of my top eight ratioing calves were from 847 daughters. When I dropped him off for Ken to take him back to Colorado, my comment was, “I think he is the best Line1 bull born in 2008.” at was at Gordon Jamison’s sale and several breeders were looking at him and I heard no arguments.
Lot 1
TH L1 Domino 1201
Reg. 43183558
DOB: 4-10-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { SBH L1 Domino 8001
12/20 Weight 1325
SBH Miss L1 Domino 2021 Dam { SBH L1 Miss Domino 9044 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.24 98% 122%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
76 517 869 39.8 9 +1.4 +33 +58 +19
2021 may have started showing some age, but she was my favorite cow from Shield Bar. Perfect udder, even as she aged and moderate in size. If you keep heifers, take a look at this sleeper pick. –2–
Lot 2
TH L1 Domino 1416
Reg. 43183583
DOB: 4-6-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire JC L1 Domett 4087 Dam
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { CL1 Domino 976J { SBH L1 Dominette 6021
12/20 Weight 1430
REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.26 87% 128%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
79 555 925 37.0 8 +1.7 +43 +70 +20
Out of the grand old matron, 4087. I always look for a heifer out of her, but she gave me a bull so here he is.
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Lot 3
TH L1 Domino 1622
Reg. 43183548 DOB: 5-3-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1410
TH L1 Miss Domino 6022 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 2030 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.18 86% 237%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
78 631 1021 36.4 5 +1.2 +43 +68 +26
Weaning ratio of 118 and yearling ratio of 109. Here is a bull that everyone should take notice of.
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Lot 4
TH Common Guy 1701
Commercial DOB: 4-17-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1460
TH Common Gal 7001 Dam { TH Common Gal 50108
REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.19 89% 88%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
88 581 978 37.0 7 NA NA NA NA
Out of one of my favorite commercial cows. Buy this bull and keep the daughters, they will put a smile on your face.
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Lot 5
TH Common Guy 1712
Commercial DOB: 3-26-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1390
TH Common Gal 7012 Dam { TH Common Gal 4090 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.19 85% 112%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
80 545 920 37.0 5 NA NA NA NA
If you own cows, you can find a use for this bull.
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Lot 6
TH L1 Domino 1731
Reg. 43183540
DOB: 4-17-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1350
TH L1 Miss Domino 7031 Dam { JC L1 Domett 4087 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.25 132% 102%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
86 548 940 36.8 7 +3.5 +44 +71 +23
An easy keeping bull with thickness throughout.
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Lot 7
TH L1 Domino 1757
Reg. 43183561 DOB: 4-6-2011
{ L1 Domino 99496
CO L1 Domino 847 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 226 (DOD) { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1410
TH L1 Dominette 7057 (DOD) Dam { SBH Miss L1 Domino 2019 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 0.97 111% 109%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
81 587 953 38.4 9 +2.5 +38 +60 +26
ere isn’t room to do this bull justice. My pick of the crop so I used him on commercial cows last year. His mother is Dam of Distinction from my best cow family. Trich tested and ready to go.
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Reference Sire TH L1 Domino 6002
DOB: 04/11/2006
Reg. 42775288
{ CL 1 DOMINO 019K JC L1 DOMINO 4013P Sire { JC L1 DOMETT 2058M { HH ADVANCE 9034J SBH L1 MISS DOMINO 2003 Dam { SBH L1 DOMINETTE 9076
EPDs CED -0.3 BW +4.9 WW +34 YW +57 Milk +23 SCR +0.9 Fat -0.020 Ribeye -0.10 Marb +0.04
Eye appeal deluxe bull that I kept from my 2006 crop. He is a masculine, heavily muscled bull with a great top and a tremendous hip. 6002 would have to be in the conversation of the “most eye-appealing bull I have ever seen” and his daughters are just as good. I used this bull hard for four years and kept a son out of him. I was running out of cows to use him on, so I sold him in the spring of 2011. Last spring, I calved out 45 cows that were either sisters or daughters and their calves will make up the majority of sales for years to come. His calves have the extra bone and depth of him while his daughters retain the milking ability of his sire. He put a smile on my face every time I saw him and I am sure his sons will do the same for you.
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Lot 8
TH Common Guy 1186
Commercial DOB: 3-21-2011
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { Unknown
12/20 Weight 1475
TH Common Gal 1086 Dam { TH Commercial REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.24 97% 106%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
93 565 903 37.0 6 NA NA NA NA
About as deep bodied and easy fleshing as a bull can get. Look at the cow, 1086 raised this bull at 11 and is still here now. –6–
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Lot 9
TH L1 Domino 1414
Reg. 43183584 DOB: 4-7-2011
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire JC L1 Domett 4065 Dam
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { CL1 Domino 855H { C L1 Domett 7001
12/20 Weight 1525
REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.11 67% 128%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
98 615 993 38.0 8 +5.2 +45 +73 +18
If you want eye appeal, here it is. is bull looks more like 6002 than any other son he ever produced.
Lot 10 TH Common Guy 1516
DOB: 4-13-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003UU { UU General 1094
12/20 Weight 1480
TH Common Gal 5016 Dam { Marsh Hereford Commercial REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.09 74% 106%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
96 528 906 36.4 8 NA NA NA NA
Full eye pigment in a traditionally marked package, this bull has passed a whole lot of them since weaning.
Lot 11 TH Common Guy 1525
DOB: 3-30-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { UU General 1094
12/20 Weight 1480
TH Common Gal 5025 Dam { TH Common Gal 1072 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.04 98% 129%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
93 600 1000 36.4 4 NA NA NA NA
5025 raises a great calf every year and this one is no exception.
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Lot 12 TH L1 Domino 1536
DOB: 4-4-2011 Reg. 43183574
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { SBH L1 Domino 929
12/20 Weight 1370
TH L1 Miss Domino 5036 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 9076 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.26 89% 77%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
86 560 895 38.6 7 +4.3 +32 +51 +17
A stand up, long bodied bull with a great profile that will get big.
Lot 13 TH L1
DOB: 4-15-2011 TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
Domino 1538
Reg. 43183573 BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk 94 541 910 39.2 7 +4.5 +34 +58 +18
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P { SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { SBH L1 Domino 1014
12/20 Weight 1275
TH L1 Miss Domino 5038 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 9041 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.32 108% 77%
is bull injured a horn when I weighed him, but it sure didn’t hurt his scan data and won’t affect him finding a cow.
Lot 14 TH Common Guy 1630
DOB: 4-19-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { UU General 1094
12/20 Weight 1460
TH Common Gal 6030 Dam { SBH Commercial REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.2 95% 94%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
88 587 931 37.6 6 NA NA NA NA
Traditional markings on this bull that looks like a tank.
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Lot 15 TH Common Guy 1645
DOB: 4-2-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { MIR Advance 3039
12/20 Weight 1365
TH Common Gal 6045 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 9076 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 0.92 84% 82%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
90 609 957 36.0 5 NA NA NA NA
A bigger framed bull with a nice easy stride. is bull will cover a lot of country.
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Lot 16 TH Common Guy 1708
DOB: 4-16-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { MIR Advance 3039
12/20 Weight 1470
TH Common Gal 7008 Dam { TH Common Gal 1059 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.08 89% 94%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
96 651 965 36.2 7 NA NA NA NA
Another bull that injured a horn, but it didn’t hurt his growth curve. His mother just raised a 577# heifer calf this year.
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Lot 17 TH Common Guy 1709
DOB: 4-12-2011 Commercial
{ JC L1 Domino 4013P
TH L1 Domino 6002 Sire
{ SBH L1 Miss Domino 2003 { MIR Advance 3039
12/20 Weight 1350
TH Common Gal 7008 Dam { TH Common Gal 1060 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.14 126% 106%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
81 508 852 33.8 6 NA NA NA NA
Put this bull on your black cows and enjoy the results.
Reference Sire TH L1 Domino 809
809 as a yearling
DOB: 04/04/2008 Reg. 42921246
{ JC L1 DOMINO 4013P TH L1 DOMINO 6002 Sire { SBH L1 MISS DOMINO 2003 { HH ADVANCE 411D SBH L1 DOMINETTE 9015 Dam { SBH L1 MISS DOM 3104
EPDs CED +1.3 BW +2.7 WW +27 YW +56 Milk +18 SCR +0.8 Fat -0.007 Ribeye -0.07 Marb +0.07
e son of 6002 I kept. is bull was a great breeding bull and a very impressive individual with a weaning ratio of 111 and a yearling ratio of 117, but I kept him because of his mother. For three straight years, her calves ratioed over 105 for both weaning and yearling. She was moderate framed with thickness and depth that makes a top-notch cow and topped that off with a very good udder. I sold 6002 because I kept this bull and then, unfortunately, 809 crippled himself before turnout in 2011, so these are the only bulls I got, but I have daughters that will carry on his influence.
Lot 18 TH L1 Domino 1835
DOB: 3-29-2011 Reg. 43183553
{ TH L1 Domino 6002
TH L1 Domino 809 Sire
{ SBH L1 Dominette 9015 { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1315
TH L1 Miss Domino 8035 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 2048 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.37 86% 64%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
84 560 851 37.0 7 +3.4 +31 +48 +21
Dark red with clean lines. is bull’s mother raised one of my top heifers this year.
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Lot 19 TH L1 Domino 1865
DOB: 3-29-2011 Reg. 43183565
{ TH L1 Domino 6002
TH L1 Domino 809 Sire
{ SBH L1 Dominette 9015 { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1215
TH L1 Miss Domino 8065 Dam { SBH Miss L1 Domino 2019 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.01 107% 96%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
76 523 872 34.6 9 +1.8 +24 +44 +22
is bull spent the summer in Rich Smith’s pasture and is a little behind because of it, but his mother and Lot 7’s mother are full sisters. is is a bull that has a lot of uses. Trich tested and ready to go.
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Lot 20 TH Common Guy 1859
DOB: 3-27-2011 Commercial
{ TH L1 Domino 6002
TH L1 Domino 809 Sire
{ SBH L1 Dominette 9015 { TH L1 Domino B6017
12/20 Weight 1415
TH Common Gal 859 Dam { TH Common Gal 1073 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.04 128% 70%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
85 588 972 36.4 5 NA NA NA NA
is bull is exactly what I thought I would get when I kept 809.
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Lot 21 TH Common Guy 1866
DOB: 4-11-2011
TH L1 Domino 809 Sire
TH Common Gal 866 Dam { TH Common Gal 4092 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.35 103% 94%
is bull absolutely scanned his eyes out. 1.35 ribeye per 100# and above average on IMF.
OF OUT ALE S
{ TH L1 Domino 6002 { SBH L1 Dominette 9015 { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1280
Commercial 68 548 845 35.8 4 NA NA NA NA
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
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Lot 22 TH L1 Domino 1901
DOB: 3-21-2011 Reg. 43183605
{ TH L1 Domino 6002
TH L1 Domino 809 Sire
{ SBH L1 Dominette 9015 { JC L1 Domino 4013P
12/20 Weight 1295
JC L1 Dominette 901 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 9022 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.04 116% 96%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
68 548 887 37.0 8 +1.2 +22 +39 +20
Heifer bull deluxe.
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Reference Sire JBN L1 DOMINO 725
DOB: 01/29/2007
Reg. 42780210
{ CL 1 DOMINO 212M CL 1 DOMINO 417P Sire { CL 1 DOMINETTE 0112K 1ET { KB L1 DOMINO 218 JBN L1 DOMINETTE 419 Dam { JBN L1 DOMINETTE 205
EPDs CED +4.2 BW +1.2 WW +31 YW +55 Milk +18 SCR +0.4 Fat -0.024 Ribeye +0.11 Marb +0.05
I specifically targeted a 417 son to use on heifers and this one was the best I ever saw. A bull with a great front that kept BW down and had great pigment. He was true to his numbers and look. His calves started small and then took off. His daughters are very productive and have great udders. e last 725 son is in this sale.
Lot 23 TH L1 Domino 1867
DOB: 3-30-2011 Reg. 43183564
{ CL 1 Domino 417
JBN L1 Domino 725 Sire
{ JBN L1 Dominette 419 { TH L1 Domino 6002
12/20 Weight 1270
TH L1 Miss Domino 8067 Dam { SBH Miss L1 Domino 2038 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.11 113% 83%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
78 543 855 39.0 8 +2.3 +31 +49 +18
is bull looks a lot like his sire and the 8067 cow should complement what 725 did so well.
What good ! udders
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Reference Sire CO L1 DOMINO 936W
DOB: 03/18/2009 RH DOMINO 6050 Sire
Reg. 43003689
{ XP L1 DOMINO 00063 { RH DOMINETTE 1059 { HH ADVANCE 767G 1ET
CO L1 DOMINETTE 416P Dam { CO L1 DOMINETTE 202M
EPDs CED +3.8 BW +2.7 WW +53 YW +96 Milk +22 SCR +0.5 Fat -0.001 Ribeye +0.25 Marb +0.12
936 is the second bull I bought from Ken Coleman. When I saw this bull, the only name I could think of was Yahtzee. ere are very few things this bull doesn’t do well. I have used him on both heifers and cows, deep and shallow, long and short, and his calves come out consistent at the top of any group you put him with. Jim Williams called this bull’s grandmother the best cow in the Hereford breed and his calves are just what you would expect from his genes.
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Lot 24 TH Common Guy 1523
DOB: 4-9-2011 Commercial
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { UU General 1094
12/20 Weight 1570
TH Common Gal 5023 Dam { TH Common Gal 1066 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.04 115% 76%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
81 661 1097 41.6 4 NA NA NA NA
Don’t let the 81 pound BW fool you, this bull is for cows only, but when sale day comes he will sire steer calves that make the scale beg for mercy. – 14 –
Lot 25 TH L1 Domino 1834
DOB: 4-8-2011 Reg. 43183554
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { KC L1 Domino 06064
12/20 Weight 1300
TH L1 Miss Domino 8034 Dam { SBH L1 Dominette 2039 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.29 106% 77%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
82 562 894 33.8 5 +3.2 +44 +74 +20
A well balanced 936 son that is pretty hard to fault his makeup.
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Lot 26 TH Common Guy 1852
DOB: 3-28-2011 Commercial
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { TH L1 Domino 6002
12/20 Weight 1430
TH Common Gal 852 Dam { TH Common Gal Y5017 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.16 94% 112%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
81 601 1059 34.0 6 NA NA NA NA
Loads of pigment in an eye appealing package. If only the first calf born out of every new bull was this good.
SBH Miss L1 Domino 2021, dam of Lot 1 and granddam of Lot 18
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Lot 27 TH L1 Domino 1917
DOB: 5-20-2011 Reg. 43183592
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { KC L1 Domino 06064
12/20 Weight 1250
TH L1 Dominette 917 Dam { TH L1 Miss Domino 6025 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.24 118% 94%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
83 602 958 37.6 6 +3.1 +49 +89 +23
I like the pattern of this bull. Note the birth date when looking him over. He was bred to be an easy keeper.
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Lot 28 TH L1 Domino 1918
DOB: 4-4-2011 Reg. 43183591
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { KC L1 Domino 06064
12/20 Weight 1370
TH L1 Dominette 918 Dam { TH L1 Miss Domino 7027 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.12 89% 90%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
76 598 995 36.0 8 +3.3 +46 +82 +25
Here is a squared up bull with a lot of red that just fits my eye well.
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Lot 29 TH L1 Domino 1922
DOB: 5-1-2011 Reg. 43183589
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { JBN L1 Domino 725
12/20 Weight 1480
TH L1 Dominette 922 Dam { TH L1 Miss Domino 7060 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.16 107% 77%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
82 655 1090 37.0 7 +4.1 +51 +95 +23
Eye appeal with tremendous performance. is is a bull that will make you smile every time you see him or his calves.
Lot 30 TH L1 Domino 1924
DOB: 4-2-2011 Reg. 43183588
{ RH Domino 6050
CO L1 Domino 936 Sire
{ CO L1 Dominette 416 { JBN L1 Domino 725
12/20 Weight 1200
TH L1 Dominette 924 Dam { TH L1 Dominette 6026 REA/100# IMF Ratio Backfat Ratio 1.15 100% 90%
BW 205 365 SC Udder EPDs BW WW YW Milk
75 539 926 37.4 8 +1.5 +40 +71 +22
Rich Smith leased this bull for heifers last year. If you want a sleepall-night heifer bull, maybe this bull I sent to a 95-year-old man to use on his heifers would be a place to start. Trich tested and ready to go.
Thorson Herefords is a TPR Gold Breeder

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