Red Angus Foundation Females

BECKTON BARMAID M554 CH

RAAA #: 855307
Birth Date: 3-26-2002

BECKTON CHAMP R A583
BECKTON CHAMP RK E121
BECKTON CHRISTY Z453 KR
 BECKTON CHAMP R3 H338
BECKTON ZENITH LJ Z801
BECKTON ENCINO C644 ZN
BKT ENCINO 9A05 JL
LEACHMAN HEAVENLY 8141
BECKTON HERALD F FA20
BECKTON BARONA C548 FF
BECKTON BARMAID H031 HR
BECKTON COZAD D789
BECKTON BARMAID F083 CZ
BECKTON BARMAID D514 CL
 ProS HB GM
EPD 121 106 15
ACC  –  –
% 35 9 84
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
13 -2.3 54 85 .19 .80 28 0 14 5 21
58 66 62 64 64 28 53 63 61 45 43
33 35 62 64 64 10 29 36 17 82 6
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.16 .17 14 -0.18 .03
51 42 57 55 40
94 94 58 92 88

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

M554 was one of our selections from the 2003 Beckton sale. M554 adapted well to our KY/TN conditions, particularly showing a short, thin hair coat, and having the ability to thrive and do well on fescue pastures during warm weather. M554 was a moderate framed, easy fleshing cow with an excellent udder. She did everything we asked her to do reproductively. The footnote in the Beckton sale catalog stated, “Barmaid M554 is a beautiful heifer with beautiful EPDs out of a dam with beautiful production averages.” M554 was a cow that we consider near ideal for frame size, growth pattern, and fleshing ability. Many of the Red Angus females in production at Red Hill trace back to this foundation female.

1BWJ BARMAID 54P

Red Hill Farms

RAAA #: 1014538
Birth Date: 8-31-2004

BUF CRK CHIEF 092-824
BUF CRK CHF 824-1658
BFLO CRK CARIE VC 473
 BFCK CHEROKEE CNYN 4912
BUF CRK CHEROKEE 1431
MRM 1431 8611 9109
MRM 8454 8219 8611
BECKTON CHAMP RK E121
BECKTON CHAMP R3 H338
BECKTON ENCINO C644 ZN
BECKTON BARMAID M554 CH
BECKTON HERALD F FA20
BECKTON BARMAID H031 HR
BECKTON BARMAID F083 CZ
 ProS HB GM
EPD 77 42 36
ACC  –  –
% 93 97 40
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
12 -1.5 66 100 .21 1.16 32 6 9 2 14
63 71 68 68 68 34 57 63 67 52 46
43 49 19 28 45 31 7 84 84 97 74
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.29 .12 30 .14 .03
54 45 60 58 44
68 85 11 29 87

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

54P is a unique cow! She is easy fleshing, quiet, big-volumed, and unique in her short, THIN hair coat which makes her ideal for the southern climate.

54P is a daughter of the M554 cow above. She needs no introduction to followers of the Red Hill program. Many bulls and females have been sold by Red Hill and are working for herds and bull studs from coast to coast. Some of the more notable sons she has produced are 105U, 1W and 77Z. 105U and 1W are B571 sons. 105U sold to Teddy Gentry (AL) and is now working for Ozark Hills Red Angus (MO). 1W sold to Buffalo Creek Red Angus (WY) and is now leased to ABS. 77Z was her outstanding 84S son that sold to Calvo Red Angus (NE). Gordon was extremely pleased when he visited Calvo’s and saw the quality of the 77Z calves. Probably her greatest accomplishment will be the daughters she has left at Red Hill, including donor dams, 190W and 104U. They are already leaving a legacy of their own and you can see their information below.

54P has also had an influence in our Red SimAngus program. The bull we retained at Red Hill in 2015, 57B, is out of a Red Coat daughter of 54P. A red SimAngus bull calf by GW Predestined 645W out of 54P was a highlight in the 2015 sale selling to the Kelly Smith Family (KY). 54P also produced a top selling SimAngus bull in 2013 sired by Red Coat that sold to Alan Hubble (KY). 54P is still working in the Victoria Farms herd in Florida.

RED HILL B571 BARMAID 104U

RAAA #: 1288415
Birth Date: 8-19-2008

BECKTON JULIAN 6592
BKT JULIAN 7526 G
BKT BELGA 6746 GS
 BECKTON JULIAN GG B571
BKT JULIAN 7526 G
BKT MARTA 9A13 JL
BKT MARTA 6498 XM
BUF CRK CHF 824-1658
BFCK CHEROKEE CNYN 4912
MRM 1431 8611 9109
1BWJ BARMAID 54P
BECKTON CHAMP R3 H338
BECKTON BARMAID M554 CH
BECKTON BARMAID H031 HR
 ProS HB GM
EPD 96 45 51
ACC  –  –
% 75 96 15
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
18 -5.1 54 89 .22 .25 31 2 12 6 12
57 63 61 62 62 35 45 62 49 43 44
3 5 62 54 43 1 12 53 31 69 92
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.40 .05 13 .14 .03
52 45 60 55 47
39 49 65 29 85

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

104U’s combination of phenotype and genotype will be influential in our program for years to come. 104U has many daughters and granddaughters in production. We have sold 12 sons through our sales to customers from Montana to Florida. 104U’s flushmate brother, 1W, is leased to ABS.

Red Hill herd sire, 190A, is her most influential son resulting from mating Ten X and 104U. Mike Wood from Oklahoma purchased half interest and fall possession in 190A, and the results have been remarkable. Several 190A sons have become prominent in the Red Angus breed topping some of the Ludvigson sales. Our herd sire, 49D, is also a 104U son.

REDHILL T189 BARMAID 190W

RAAA #: 1356389
Birth Date: 10-23-2009

BUF CRK GOLD MEDAL L091
BUF CRK MEDALLION N328
BUF CRK BELGA 6114
 BUF CRK NICE’ EASY T189
BECKTON JULIAN GG B571
BUF CRK REDPRIDE P154
MRM 832 8664 9005
BUF CRK CHF 824-1658
BFCK CHEROKEE CNYN 4912
MRM 1431 8611 9109
1BWJ BARMAID 54P
BECKTON CHAMP R3 H338
BECKTON BARMAID M554 CH
BECKTON BARMAID H031 HR
 ProS HB GM
EPD 101 70 30
ACC  –  –
% 69 71 52
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
11 -1.8 74 111 .24 1.40 34 1 13 2 16
58 66 63 63 63 30 46 63 55 44 40
64 44 5 11 29 54 4 45 22 99 49
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.41 .19 24 .04 .05
50 44 58 55 44
36 97 23 51 99

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

190W is fantastic for the phenotype and performance expected at Red Hill. She is a moderate, easy fleshing cow that is highly fertile and has super udder structure. 190W is the dam of Red Hill herd sires 132Y, 186A, and 215C. We also have more than 10 daughters and numerous granddaughters of this model cow. We have sold numerous outstanding sons of 190W to many prominent breeders including – Beckton Stock Farm, 5L Red Angus, Ozark Hills, Shelby Cattle Company, Rogers Cattle Company, Hardrock Beef Cattle and Gourley Red Angus.

REDHILL 176A AMBER 208C

208c

RAAA #: 3521863
Birth Date: 9-3-2015

  BUF CRK MEDALLION N328
BUF CRK NICE’N EASY T189  
  BUF CRK REDPRIDE P154
REDHILL T189 MEDAL 176A  
  RED HILL 17P JULIAN 126T
 REDHILL 126T 287 182W  
  SHADY’S MS MARIAS 287
   
  BUF CRK MEDALLION N328
BUF CRK NICE’N EASY T189  
  BUF CRK REDPRIDE P154
CCCH T189 AMBER 204X  
  BECKTON JULIAN GG B571
BUF CRK AMBER N379  
  BUF CRK AMBER 3912
   ProS HB GM
EPD 152 114 38
ACC  –  –
% 5 4 36
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
11 -2.2 75 119 .27 1.59 26 9 12 7 22
49 54 52 53 53 19 31 62 39 33 30
60 36 3 5 12 73 44 95 34 48 4
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.34 .11 30 .21 .04
47 38 52 48 37
54 78 11 18 89

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

208C has every reason to be a super maternal Red Angus cow. Her sire is 176A, a bull that ranks in the top 1% of the breed for HB Index and at the top of the breed for ProS Index. Her dam is 204X, a cow that was ideal for our environment and feed resources. 208C brings a bit more performance to the equation than many of our outstanding maternal Red Angus cows, but she has the same kind of fleshing ability, udder quality, and fertility that are common for Red Hill Red Angus cows.

BUF CRK REDPRIDE P154

RAAA #: 986160
Birth Date: 5-16-2004

BECKTON JULIAN 6592
BKT JULIAN 7526 G
BKT BELGA 6746 GS
 BECKTON JULIAN GG B571
BKT JULIAN 7526 G
BKT MARTA 9A13 JL
BKT MARTA 6498 XM
FTF L218 6M P004
MRM SIOUX CHIEF 832
MRM 8207 7053 8491
MRM 832 8664 9005
MRM PRIMERO
MRM 8454 859 8664
ESS PRIDEGAIL 859
 ProS HB GM
EPD 130 128 2
ACC  –  –
% 24 1 97
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
16 -5.7 37 51 .09 .27 27 -10 16 7 23
60 66 63 64 64 32 54 63 59 48 44
10 3 97 98 99 1 37 3 5 48 2
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.27 10 -7 -0.02 .06
56 44 59 57 41
73 74 99 65 99

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

As we studied the cattle at the Buffalo Creek Dispersal, we concluded that P154 was phenotypically the most outstanding cow in the sale. We had admired P154 since we first saw her in the Fall of 2008 when we purchased her son, BUF CRK Nice’n Easy T189, as one of the highlights of Buffalo Creek’s 2008 sale. This cow was the front pasture kind.

“We have had more inquiries about this cow than any other in the offering, and rightfully so once you lay your eyes on her. She is the epitome of the program… She is also a prime example of what her rare and unique sire, Julian B571, does best.” (Buffalo Creek Dispersal catalog, 2010)

We have numerous daughters, granddaughters, and great-granddaughters in our herd. One of P154’s most influential daughters is 258Z, a donor in the Red Hill program.

As you can see from studying our website, we have tremendous confidence in the B571 cattle. As we continue our linebreeding program, P154 brings in outcross genetics on the bottom side of her pedigree that will allow us to continue this linebreeding program while keeping the inbreeding coefficients to a minimum.

P154’s dam, 9005, was a great producer at Buffalo Creek before going into their ET program. She weaned 10 calves with a 105 WWR and a 106 YWR. 9005 was a tightly linebred Chief-bred cow from the Roberts program in New Mexico.

REDHILL 151X PRIDE 258Z

258z
RAAA #: 1589291
Birth Date: 5-7-2013
  BECKTON JULIAN GG B571
1BWJ JULIAN 17P  
  SHADY’S MS MARIAS 283
 REDHILL 17P JULIAN 151X  
  BECKTON JUSTICE C K449
RED HILL K449 CLASSIC 18S  
  1BWJ CLASSIC 25P
   
  BKT JULIAN 7526 G
BECKTON JULIAN GG B571  
  BKT MARTA 9A13 JL
BUF CRK REDPRIDE P154  
  MRM SIOUX CHIEF 832
MRM 832 8664 9005  
  MRM 8454 859 8664
   ProS HB GM
EPD 111 123 -12
ACC  –  –
% 52 1 99
CED BW WW YW ADG DMI MILK ME HPG CEM STAY
12 -3.6 49 69 .13 .80 29 -5 14 6 23
48 55 52 54 54 21 36 63 39 30 35
40 16 81 89 94 9 23 13 17 61 2
MARB YG CW REA FAT
.05 .09 3 .08 .06
49 38 50 47 38
99 72 90 41 99

EPD’s current as of 3-7-2021

258Z is a model Red Angus maternal machine. 258Z is a maternal sister to our Nice ‘N Easy T189 herd sire, and her sire is a son of 17P that goes back to Ty’s foundation cow. 258Z is ideal in her structural design and soundness of feet and legs. In addition, she is easy fleshing and has a picture-perfect udder. For fescue country, she is light in color, and she is one of the earliest hair shedders in the herd. Her daughters sired by 176A and 215C should further strengthen the maternal superiority and adaptability of our herd.