Welcome to the DCC BueLingo Breed Photo tour.
Buelingo greet a FAM tour group from Canada. Buelingo dispositon is one of the best.
Buelingo are mostly black and white. When a silver or gold belted one shows up they are very valuable.
This great red Salers cow brought proven calving ease and growth genetics to the DCC red family of Buelingo
The DCC herd is 100% performance tested to identify small birth weights and large weaning weights. This has been done since the late 1980s and has resulted is great breed improvement.
This calf is from a registered Buelingo and sired by the famous red Limousine sire Wolfs Polled Progress.
Many early DCC Buelingo were bred from registered French Salers red cows including this feminine female.
Yard of Fun is 2275 lbs. and was selected from the Dr. Roland Vernon herd. He was the Senior Sire at DCC for 2005 & 2006. Semen Available.
Some carefully selected Charolias blood is in the DCC herd representing the famous AI sire "Iron Man".
This very correct Buelingo weighed over 770 lbs at 205 days of age. She later became a Buelingo National Champion.
Every year public tours of the Texas Longhorn, African Watusi, and BueLingo bteeds are offered by DCC. Some days over 300 people per day see the herds. Thousands of people have first learned about them on these popular tours.
This 3 yr. old is a Cycle Progress daughter. Cycle Progress was the best BueLingo sire used at DCC with a highly appreciated Limousin sire. Semen still Available.
Buelingo cows are wonderful mothers. A great mother weans a huge calf. The silver belted cows have become the most valuable in the DCC herd. Most have about 1/16 Charolias which gives great thickness.
Buelingo are absolutely beautiful pasture cattle. Their fast gaining performance is even more impressive.
"Ring of Cross" was International Champion in 2000 shown for DCC by Michelle Shipe. Ring Of Cross is a very productive cow with many young Buelingo tracing back to her.
Joel Dickinson (on right), an owner of DCC, proudly holds the Buelingo National Champion Cow trophy.
DCC sells Registered Buelingo cattle all year. More people buy their first Buelingo from DCC than any other herd.
Most Buelingo are black belted with the original horned Dutch dairy influence. The DCC herd is nearing 100% polled and is 100% performance tested. The DCC introduction of the most popular Salers, Charolais, and Limousin made the DCC herd almost a total out cross to other herds. The dairy look is gone.
The Longhorn & BueLingo buses tour the pastures daily in the summer. Guests feed the Buelingo by hand a special cow-candy.
Buelingo graze in open pastures at DCC all 12 months. Joel Dickinson checks young cows on a 4x4 Honda.
Linda Dickinson can round up an entire Buelingo herd in less than a New York minute with a bucket of feed.
Daily tours of the Buelingo herd are conducted for the public all summer. Price $12 for adults. The beautiful Appalachian scenery is a thrill to behold.