Put Some Chrome On That Calf
Jo Blaster Jack 8214
Registered black Herefords are something new here in Canada. We have been in the Hereford business for over twenty years now starting out with the traditional red white faced , feather necked, cattle. Ten years ago I found a website where the breeder was selling registered Black Herefords and we began by purchasing a black Angus bull from KBJ farms. Those bulls were crossed with our purebred Herefords to give us the F1 heifers that we needed to start our own operation.
Black Hereford cattle need to be 62.5 % Hereford before they can be registered, therefore; those F1 heifers, being 50% were bred Hereford to increase that Hereford blood, and so it goes.
Opinions range that the calves are just baldies but baldies can be any cross. These calves are Hereford/Angus cross and are bred to increase the Hereford blood.. They come with registration papers and epd’s.
We also do dna on the calves that might be homozygous black. Homozygous Black Hereford bulls will produce black white faced calves out of red cows where a heterozygous bull , might produced a red calf. Black calves out of red cows carry a red gene, and therefore are heterozygous.
This is one of the Angus Bulls we started with KBJ Predom 36Y
First Registered Black Hereford Bull in Canada. 75% Hereford.
McElroy Meadows Yogi 13C
Yogi was used to increase the Hereford percentage
DJPH 913U Wilgor Yogi 5Y
5C was used to increase the Hereford percentage
TLELL 1Z COWBOY CUT 5C
Homo Black Hereford from North Dakota
CLSC ZK 3078 BALDER 5267
This Bull is Homo Black Hereford and Came from Jo Bulls out of Utah He is one of our present sires
JO BLASTER JACK 8214
We used this bull on our red cows in 2020. He is homo black
MCELROY MEADOWS DAKOTA 8G
At present we have coming two year old bulls for sale as well as some bred heifers. All are registered with the American Black Hereford Association. The bull went out June 17 th and was pulled sept 1 st.