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Longhorn Longevity - Senator's ScoreJuly 9, 2007
Profit from the registered Texas Longhorn business can come from more directions than Congress can write an immigration bill. Pampered feed lot gain with high dollar nutrition is easy. Add tricky virtues such as good gain under browse conditions, totally unassisted calving, disease resistance, consistent fertility, great milk quality and longevity of production, then you have a true profit machine. Many of these time tested profit virtues have been lost with the modern terminal steer targets. It is not too late. Texas Longhorn cattle have the good old stuff and it hasn't been messed up.
Today at DICKINSON CATTLE CO. INC. a special tribute is in order for a 17 year old Texas Longhorn cow, "just doing her job." She is Senator's Score, born 4/26/1990 and currently the dam of 19 calves, thanks to 3 sets of twins. Her udder is good-to-go, she handles winter with out a barn or any special care, and keeps herself and family fat and slick.
She is the dam of several well known celebrities in the industry including Gunna Score, Not Gruffy, Remington, Giz Gone, Giz Sena, and Searle Ranch's popular young Super Bowl son, Super Score. Senator's Score is sired by Senator and out of Score, a full sister to Impressive.
During our 40th year in the Texas Longhorn registered cattle business cows like Senator's Score have made wonderful things happen for the Dickinson family, and a reasonable profit along theÂ colorful trail. Contact DCCI for great genetics, semen and embryos. 740 758 5050
Registered Texas Longhorns since 1967
DCCI~~~ Purveyor of “one owner” quality Cattle.
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