dexter bull for sale

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  1. Christina R.

    Christina R. Well-Known Member

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    The bull that I use to breed my gal is for sale. The owner lives in Chino Valley, AZ. The owner called me to see if I wanted to buy him, but we don't have room. I can find out more details if anyone is interested. He is dun colored and a real beauty. I know many people in Northern AZ use him for their cows (anything from dexters, jerseys, holsteins, etc.).
     
  2. RdoubleD

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    Would you know what the bulls name is? About how old is he? Horned or not?
     

  3. Christina R.

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    The bull's name is Randolph. that is not his whole name; I think he is from the show me line. He is polled (no horns). I don't know how old he is. I will try to find out some of this stuff by tomorrow.
     
  4. genebo

    genebo Well-Known Member Supporter

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    The bull would be Shome Randolph, registered as a dun, horned bull, 5 years old. He has a very nice pedigree. He may be de-horned.

    I have a long legged, dun, horned bull, 2 years old, for sale on the east coast. Stillwater's Ryder is in central Virginia. He's a very good looking bull and his pedigree is also excellent.

    Genebo
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  5. Christina R.

    Christina R. Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Genebo, that name does ring a bell. He has a great dispostion. I haven't talked to the owner since this past weekend.

    How's this for a coincidence... Randolph's daughter from my cow now lives in Virginia! She is just over a year old and moved there in August. I had her from Aug. to Nov. and was smitten with her. Good luck selling your bull!
     
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    genebo Well-Known Member Supporter

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    That's a long way to haul a cow, from Arizona to Virginia. How did you do it?

    I know most of the people who own Dexters in Virginia. I may run across your calf one day. What's her name?

    Genebo
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  7. Christina R.

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    Good Morning,

    I haven't had access to the internet in a few days, so I just saw your post. The heifer's name is Evalina. She now lives at a farm in Luray, Virginia. She went to that farm from Colorado with some buddies of hers. I could find out the details from the person who shipped her. I hear she did real well. We are on the countdown for our next calf (due November 1st). I'm sure I'll be submitting a post about that soon.