Foundation FemalesWe believe that great bulls come from great cows and we’re proud of the maternal power of our cowherd. We see our maternal base as the factory that drives our operation. Likewise, our culling process can be summed up in two word: continuous & unforgiving. We start phenotypically: less than ideal utters, feet & legs, dispositions, or mothering abilities are culled and from there, we let the data decide who stays and who goes.
Up & Coming
WCR Ms County Line 547 PWCR COUNTY LINE 3132 P X TR FIREWATER 8600
DOB: February 9, 2015
* Supreme Champion at Kingsbury County Fair
* Competed well at SD State Fair, AIJCA Jr. Nationals, & KC Royal, placing above Iowa State Fair Champion and AIJCA Jr. National Champion at the Royal
* We can hardly contain our excitement for County Line females if they all look anything like this future WCR donor.
WCR Ms Firewater 2111 PTR MR FIREWATER 8600U X WCR MS DESIGN 7371 P
DOB: March 7, 2012
* Reserve Supreme at the Kingsbury County Fair.
* Stood 2nd in Class at the SD State Fair to the Sweeter Heifer, the Overall Champion at the SD State Fair & in Louisville.
WCR Ms Firewater 022 PFirewater 5792 X WCR Ms Design 833 P
DOB: February 9, 2010
022 was sold to C & S Cattle Company in the 2011 SD Charolais Classic Sale for $13,000. In Louisville at 2011 National Charolais Sale, she was Reserve Champion in her division, standing behind the eventual Overall Reserve Champion Female.
WCR Ms Paul 448 PPaul 9803 x Impressive D040
DOB: February 13, 2004
Sold for $14,000 on the Legacy Sale to Wild Indian Acres –
House Springs, MO.
This powerhouse has a pedigree full of legends including Paul 9803 and the matriarch, Miss T 1371, on the top side & on the bottom: her dam is a D040 daughter out of a Tradition 066 x Duke donor cow.
WCR Ms Design 7044 PPDesign 4246 x Impressive D040
DOB: August 25, 2007
½ interest in 7044 sold for $9,000 on the Legacy Sale to Bar J Charolais – Liverpool, TX.
She is the dam of WCR Ms Firewater 1242 P and granddam of WCR Polar Vortex 324 P, the $22,000 sire we sold to Honeyman Charolais on our 2014 bull sale.
WCR Ms Firewater 1242 PFirewater 8600 x Design 4246
DOB: April 6, 2011
Daughter of WCR Ms Design 7044 P who brought $9,000 for ½ interest on the Legacy Sale.
1242’s first calf was WCR Polar Vortex 324 P, the second high selling bull in our 2014 sale bringing $22,000. (BW= 82 lbs, 205Day Adj: 847 lb Ratio 119) Her second calf is a Big Ben son that will sell in our 46th Annual Bull Sale in April 2015. (BW: 84 lbs, 205Day Adj: 815 Ratio: 119)
WCR Ms Design 7371 PDesign 4246 x Bond 9508
DOB: February 15, 2007
7371 sold for $15,500 on the Legacy Sale to Thomas Ranch. Although she raises a solid calf each and every year, her most notable progeny is WCR Ms Firewater 2111 P. Stetson showed 2111 to Reserve Supreme honors at the Kingsbury County Fair and stood second in class behind the 2013 overall Supreme Champion Female at the SD State Fair. 2111 will join the our ET program.
WCR Miss Poweredge 9132 PPower Edge X Duke 17J
DOB: March 8, 2009
This female is a cornerstone of our ET program. She is the dam of WCR Kingsbury 116 P the $21,000 sire whose sons averaged almost $12,000 on our 2014 bull sale. On our Legacy Sale, ½ interest in her sold to Weber Charolais for $21,000.
WCR Miss T 1371 PWCR SIR T 8007 X WCR MISS DUKE 9012
DOB: September 9, 1991
* 70 Registered Progeny
* Dam of * Notable Herd Sire Sons:
WCR Sir DUKE 17J ET P
WCR Sir MAC 9920 ETP
WCR Sir PAUL 882 ET P
JDS He'sMyKing 2038 P ET M613519
WCR Sir Paul 9803 ET P (Grandson)
* Notable Donor Daughters:
• WCR MISS MAC 9916 ET P
• WCR MISS OCR MAC 4303
WCR Miss Ease 4314SKYMONT EASE 2078 X WCR MISS DUKE 9947
DOB: April 14, 1994
This female featured as Lot 1, was the $15,000 top-selling cow of the 1997 National Sale, six months before her son WCR Prime Cut 764 sold for $16,000 as a yearling. The first calf crop by Prime Cut was anchored by the $24,000 ABS Global A.I. Sire LC-ACE Prime Up 9119 and the $25,000 WCR Prime Time 908, top-selling bull of the 2000 National.