Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

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Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby sske » Fri Nov 18, 2016 4:01 pm

What do you all think of rampage? Has anyone had any experiences with him? Thank you
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby angus9259 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 4:31 pm

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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby UG » Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:00 am

I was told by one producer that is very familiar with the Rampage progeny, that some of them can get a bit tall and rangy.
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby Ebenezer » Thu Nov 24, 2016 1:31 pm

Could breed him to Pharo influenced heifers. A little fire, a little ice, nice puddle. :lol:
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby bse » Thu Nov 24, 2016 4:34 pm

Ebenezer wrote:Could breed him to Pharo influenced heifers. A little fire, a little ice, nice puddle. :lol:


Perfect :clap:
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby Runaway Deere » Wed Nov 30, 2016 11:59 pm

UG wrote:I was told by one producer that is very familiar with the Rampage progeny, that some of them can get a bit tall and rangy.


That's exactly what a good smart friend of mine advised me. "Be picky on your matings". That's what I heard him say to me.
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby Hogtiming » Thu Dec 01, 2016 3:38 pm

Watch for his disposition. Some calves are fine and others imo are head hunters. Bw varies also. Calves grow like weeds tho. Disposition is why I'm not using his anymore. Im not going to run after or from one.
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby Air gator » Sun Nov 12, 2017 11:50 am

In the 2015 ABS catalog Rampage's DOC epd was +9. His DOC epd is -1 now. EXT is -10. SAV Net Worth is -11.
I know with regards to EXT you can talk to people who said they never had a problem with EXT cattle.
Anyone else have experience with Rampage calves? Deer Valley had some really nice Rampage cattle in their sale catalog. s
And they sold well so I am assuming they were not flat out crazy.
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby SchenkAngusFarm » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:02 am

Air gator wrote:In the 2015 ABS catalog Rampage's DOC epd was +9. His DOC epd is -1 now. EXT is -10. SAV Net Worth is -11.
I know with regards to EXT you can talk to people who said they never had a problem with EXT cattle.
Anyone else have experience with Rampage calves? Deer Valley had some really nice Rampage cattle in their sale catalog. s
And they sold well so I am assuming they were not flat out crazy.


I've got some Rampage daughters and I love them. they have been really good for me and look great.

I like them so much that I am flushing a Boyd Forever Lady to him this week. All female sexed straws.

Some cows are unmanageable in general but I feel like good cattlemen can fix dispositions sometimes.
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Re: Thoughts on quaker hill rampage

Postby SchenkAngusFarm » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:03 am

Air gator wrote:In the 2015 ABS catalog Rampage's DOC epd was +9. His DOC epd is -1 now. EXT is -10. SAV Net Worth is -11.
I know with regards to EXT you can talk to people who said they never had a problem with EXT cattle.
Anyone else have experience with Rampage calves? Deer Valley had some really nice Rampage cattle in their sale catalog. s
And they sold well so I am assuming they were not flat out crazy.


And seeing those Rampage calves at Deer Valley I was impressed. He was heavily used there and Black Gold. I liked what I saw at both.
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