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Old Jun 1st 2012, 09:54 PM   #16
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
For the next few weeks I will be posting all the fawns that were born this year, along with pedigrees and a description of the genetics. I hope to use this as a tool for everyone to become familiar with our genetics and bloodlines that we are using.



As we go through my genetics and you see something you like feel free to give me a call. Some of these fawns will be for sale.
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Old Jun 1st 2012, 10:08 PM   #17
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
This girl is packed with old school bloodlines. You have Lone Wolf's bro., Ace's sister, Ace, a Bucko daughter, and Maxbo Extreme. That's just the bottom side. Throw in Redoy Bill on top and look out. She will produce big framed typicals.













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Old Jun 3rd 2012, 04:43 AM   #18
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
I bought Diana to bring something a little different into my herd. I felt she could produce some really nice typical framed deer. After seeing her womb brother (Ace's Star), I knew I needed to breed her to something special. So I bred her to Redoy Bill. She gave me a buck and a doe out of Bill. These fawns have Dena in their pedigree twice, Ace's sister, and Ax-Man's mother, and Doc packed into them.













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Old Jun 3rd 2012, 09:11 PM   #19
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
1255 & 1257 are twin buck fawns out of Last Call and one of my College Fund daughters. College Fund scored 207@2 and only bred a few does before he died. He is also the sire to one of my breeder bucks that we call Razor’s Edge 236@2. These fawns have a little of everything packed into their pedigree and all are proven. Can’t wait to see how these boys will turn out in the next few years.



You will notice a lot of my pedigrees have Andrea in them for good reason. Her sire was Andy, Amos’ half brother. Whatever I bred her to, her sons, and grandsons would have either a 6x6 or 6x5 mainframe and all of them scored between 200-230@3 and fairly typical. She has one non-typical grandson, Razor’s Edge. Now that is production! This year out of 18 does I have a combination of 11 daughters, granddaughters, and great granddaughters fawning for me. She is still alive at 9 years old, and this will be the first year that she will be having fawns on someone elses farm.



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Old Jun 4th 2012, 02:51 PM   #20
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  Apr 2009
  cental Pennsylvania

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Wow I really like your old school breedings, you are sure to get some solid monster bucks out of your pairings.Nice stuff!
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 04:29 PM   #21
 
  Apr 2009
  St. Joseph, Illinois
Galen, that double Dena doe fawn is awesome. Would love to have one just like her. I think White 99 and Redoy Bills mother ( Dena ) is a very powerful doe line for big frames.
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 06:51 PM   #22
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
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Wow I really like your old school breedings, you are sure to get some solid monster bucks out of your pairings.Nice stuff!


Thanks, I'm glad you like them.
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 06:54 PM   #23
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  May 2009
  Chillicothe, Missouri
Gaylen, It is always a pleasure to hear of farms that truely have a direction and are focused on a perticular line of genetics. Today most are only focused on chasing the next great thing.





CONGRATULATIONNS and keep us posted on yor progress!
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 06:59 PM   #24
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
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Galen, that double Dena doe fawn is awesome. Would love to have one just like her. I think White 99 and Redoy Bills mother ( Dena ) is a very powerful doe line for big frames.


Greg, that is exactly what I was thinking.



If I remember right you have used some White 99 in your breeding program, right?
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 07:07 PM   #25
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
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Gaylen, It is always a pleasure to hear of farms that truely have a direction and are focused on a perticular line of genetics. Today most are only focused on chasing the next great thing.





CONGRATULATIONNS and keep us posted on yor progress!


Thanks Wayne.
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Old Jun 4th 2012, 09:04 PM   #26
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
1263 is the first Arty son born on my farm. His mother is one of 4 Ax-Man daughters that went into production for me this year. The Mega doe (Beth) on the bottom has a real nice open framed 3 year old on my farm this year. Mega brings width to the table and so does Arty.



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Old Jun 5th 2012, 08:52 PM   #27
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
1252 & 1254 are doe fawns out of my three legged doe, Yellow 54. The pedigree on Yellow 54 is not that impressive but her bloodlines are built for big typicals. Yellow 7&8 were half brother and sister and that breeding produced a buck that I called Rackula. He was a 7x6 mainframe typical. I bred him to Andrea to get Yellow 54. The last two years Yellow 54’s sons are some of the best looking on the farm. Now add Ax-Man for added mass and blood flow and these girls will produce your big framed typical.



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Old Jun 5th 2012, 09:28 PM   #28
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
1265 &1267 are bucks fawns that were born yesterday. Their mother is Yellow 88, a daughter of Chad Machart’s Navajo 207@2 and a High Octane doe. High Octane was a wide typical buck out of Minnesota. The buck fawns sire is Prairie Blaze. You have Thunder, Big Jake, Scout, Blazer, Uno all in this pedigree. They should get BIG!



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Old Jun 6th 2012, 05:18 AM   #29
 
  Apr 2009
  St. Joseph, Illinois
Galen, yes have two White 99 does and one of them has proven to be one of our top does the other is a yearling. We also used Whitetail Sales 3 year old White 99 son Big Buisiness on a live cover. He also carries a tremendous frame score. We are also using the Split ll line which we think connects to Dena because we are pretty sure that Dena and Split ll`s mother were womb sisters. That line does not fail to produce huge frames it would be a good line breed for your Redoy Bill and White 99 does.
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Old Jun 6th 2012, 07:09 PM   #30
 
  Apr 2009
  Waverly, IA
Thanks for the info. Greg. I just heard last Saturday from an Amish man that the Split ll line was connected to Dena somehow. Thanks.
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