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BueLingo born at 70 MPHJuly 31, 2007
At DCCI three registered breeds are being developed. The heaviest guarded secret and least known is the Dutch Buelingo. This is a blend breed of Dutch Belted Dairy, Limousin and Angus www.Buelingo.net. Buelingo are for serious producers who want something flashy, growthy, have lots of milk, and make a beautiful pasture breed.
This is Cycle Line, a registered BueLingo. She was purchased by Larry Rush of Graham, Texas and delivered by Kirk Dickinson on 4/12/06. Cycle Line decided to calve on the trip to Texas and was given a large compartment. The calf was born at 70 miles per hour, and a few hours later hopped off the trailer and hasn't quit growing. Here is Cycle Line and her 70 mph Graphic Progress son. He didn't get weaned so he is still a mama's baby, pictured on 7/16/07 at 15 months old. Cycle Line weighed 1064 when she had her second calf. We don't know what "70 MPH" weighs at 15 months, but factor in his dam at about 1100 now and make a guess?
Contact DCCI to start your herd of BueLingo. Thirty five head are pictured and priced on the ranch site. Make you choices. Seventy mile per hour births are not promised, but beautiful cattle and rapid growth are a given. Call 740 758 5050 or email.
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