Roan Harvest Duke
Registr. # 3557467 Birth date: 04/11/1970
Sire: CHARBONEAU HARVEST DUKE # 336766
Dam: RED BIRD LADY 3D # 311219
Roan Harvest Duke was bred at Gustafson’s Wexvale herd. Duke comes more from the dairy side of Dual Purpose Shorthorns. He has an interesting pedigree that traces to some outstanding old Shorthorn cow families. He was a bull that was safe to use on heifers.
Rojohn's Iris NKT Lancer
Regist. AMSS # 68307340 Birth date: 03/12/2008
Sire: NODAK KING'S TRADITION
Dam: HOMEPLACE HS BLAZE IRIS
Rojahns Iris NKT Lancer's pedigree indicates more of a dairy Dual Purpose Shorthorn influence. Genetic testing indicates he is a bull that has qualities which can be very useful in a Dual Purpose herd. Matching him with the right cows should produce some quality Dual Purpose Shorthorns.
Rosa's Commands 05
Registr. # 4105871 Birth date: 03/31/2005
Sire: PROMISE M COMMAND 97 # 3976776
Dam: ROSABELL 302ND # 3991129
Rosa’s Commands is a very thick bull as shown in his picture. He is linebred which makes him a strict outcross for many other Native “Heritage” Shorthorns. He was used successfully for many years in the Hidden Hill Farm Shorthorns in both their purebred operation and in their custom meat program. He was a true Dual Purpose bull.
Spruce Hill Image
Registr. # 3700761 Birth date: 09/05/1979
Sire: CROMELLAR IMAGE SEAL # 3582862
Dam: OAK GROVE'S ROSETTE 5 # 3637869
Spruce Hill Image was a white bull that goes back to Canadian Image and Hillview Hobo on his sire’s side and Par Defender on his dam side. He was a tall bull by most standards, but was a very popular bull for his time. He is useful in a Dual Purpose Shorthorn breeding program to blend adequate size with other genetic characteristics.
TPS Coronet Leader 21st
Registr. # 3098353 Birth date: 10/15/1960
Sire: CORONET MAX LEADER # 2887446
Dam: NONPAREIL LADY 163D # 2906288
TPS Coronet Leader 21st was a large bull in a world dominated at the time by small (belt-buckle) cattle. He was a stout and thick bull that has sired many famous Shorthorn sires such as Kinnaber Leader 6th and 9th. His importance to the Shorthorn breed should not be underestimated. American Breeders Service (ABS) promoted him as a changer bull that would bring the Shorthorn out of the wilderness of small cattle into the world of functional productive cattle. Leader 21st lead that charge.