2020 REFERENCE SIRES
We purchased Hallmark L58, at 17 months of age, at the record-breaking Millah Murrah sale in 2016 where he and his 10 brothers averaged $22,000 and most went to stud duties. We admired Hallmarks pedigree for his maternal strengths in the combination of the new Ascot Hallmark (sire) and Millah Murrah Abigail F102 (dam) by the old New Zealand legend Hingaia 469. Hallmark L58 today at almost five years old has grown out to be a tremendous bull, long soft and deep and weighs well over 1200kgs
with a great temperament. Has great calving easy with perfect feet. His sons last year were very much sort after with them getting dearer as the sale went on. His sons this year will present once again with great calving ease and even better maternal power. (lets just say..we like to keep the Hallmark daughters in the front paddock!).
This will be the last year of offering Barnaby sons and like past years they will have tremendous growth and length of body with good carcass and marbling. The females we have retained in the stud are big long framey cows they are sound and all carry their sire's gentle nature.
First offering of Lakeside sons and we are so impressed with the sheer volume and power he puts into his progeny. His sons' EVB's will have good growth, carcass, marble and above average milk. We inspected Lakeside when he sold at the 2016 Millah Murrah sale for $54,000 he showed great temperament, structure, and stood over a lot of ground also had that soft skin hair type that you want to see right through your herd. His first heifers we retained are stand outs in our current joined heifer crop and can't wait to see the depth of Lakeside's
maternal pedigree have an impact on our herd. We will have Lakeside sons again in 2021.
First offering of Legend sons, and they could very well lead the sale with the same length and sheer volume their father is known for. Above average EVBs for growth, carcass and marble with a great soft skin type. We inspected the first offering of Legend sons last year at the Clunie Range sale where Legend is clearly stamping his progeny with sheer grunt.
Reality is a favourite at Inglebrae in many ways, but unfortunately this will be the last offering of direct Reality sons. Reality sons have been much sort after in past years and have topped the sale and are known for their tremendous calving easy, high marble, overall length of body, natural soft doing type and impeccable structure right throughout especially his feet and legs. Females that we have retained and are working in our herd are very feminine moderate cows that have that typical New Zealand softness and doing ability about them.
M6 is a Reality son we used in the stud as a yearling to back up his fathers' AI program, then was sold as a two year old to Katelyn Grazing at Wondoan. M6 carried great body length and shape with the same softness and structural correctness of this father. His EVBs are above average for calving ease, growth, milk and marble.