"Champion Based Genetics"


 
 


For Sale

3334 is a yealing crossbred buck we grew out, born March of 2013.  He is sired by Unbelievable our Wheaton buck that we sold last spring which was Untouchable x True Blood.  Then his damn is an ewe we bought from MP Club Lambs as Midwest Elite in 2012.  She was a Outrage x Power Dunk.  As for 3334 he is a real square made sheep, nice square rack and loin edge in him.  Dead level.  Wide base sheep.  Has deep twist through the leg.  I think will make some pretty powered up lambs.
 

2014 Aged Ewes For Sale

EWE ID

DOB

SIRE

Comments

Price

52

2008

Home Run

Purchased from Cabaniss in 2009, Has had 4 lambs two keeper ewes and two ram lambs sold

 $500

8035

2008

Cash

Dam of Gr Champ AOB at 2010 WSF and Reserve Suffolk at 2011 WSF.

 $500

8078

2008

Knockout

One daughter in the flock and dam of Res Gr Champ Xbred at 2010 WSF.

 $400

8091

2008

Mr. Craps

One daughter in the flock.

 $400

8057

2008

Cash

Half udder. One daughter in flock and first pick wether in 2011.

 $250

8067

2008

Mr. Craps

Consistent producing ewe.

 $200


New this year is an option to leave the ewe at our farm for the summer
and fall have her bred to our stud ram (you choose which one) for an
additional $400.  Pick up the ewe October 1st, bred to one of our rams. 
Contact Roy for all details.


Winners
 

2013

She, 3232, hangs another banner! This time at the Shawano County Fair,
Grand Champion Overall breeding stock. Thank you to Dallas Family
for representing her so well all year.





Congratulations Sam Bohm, Overall Grand Champion at Shawano County Fair! 
This Prestige lamb put all the parts together at the end to hang a banner.





Congrats to Clint Dallas, Overall Reserve Grand Champion at Shawano County Fair! 
The Unbelievable x Hit Me dtr combo proved to be a good one, as this lamb proved it again.





She did it again, Overall Reserve Grand Champion at Cannon Valley Fair Jackpot in MN.  Thanks and congrats to Dallas Family.  This 911 daughter seems to be the sweetheart of the summer.





Congrats to the Dallas Family and again thank you for putting this 911 daughter in the spotlight.  Named Overall Reserve Grand Champion at
Mid Summer Classic in St. Peter, MN



Thank you for the Dallas family on working with this keeper Unbelievable daughter of ours.  She has been named Reserve Commercial ewe twice, Grand Slam Jackpot #2 & WLBA Spring Preview.  She also was named Grand Commercial ewe at Platteville Jackpot #2.



Congrats to Sam Bohm, this 911 wether was named Reserve Crossbred at the WLBA Spring Preview show.  This guy is just going to keep getting better too!



Well here she is again, 3232 is a keeper 911 daughter that is big time! Most recently named Overall Grand Champion at the WLBA Spring Preview.  Three times now taking home jackpot money.  Thanks to Dallas family for working her so hard.



Congrats to the Dallas Family, this keeper 911 daughter continues to rake in the wins. Named Overall Reserve Grand Champion at the Grand Slam Jackpot Show #2 in Darlington, WI.

 

   

Congrats to Clint Dallas, this late born 911 wether got to go out for the first time and ends up being named Champion Suffolk at the Grand Slam Jackpot Show #1 in Darlington, Wi.


Congratulations to Jed Dallas, this Unbelievable wether was named Overall Grand Champion at both jackpot show at UW-River Falls Block Bridle.  What a great start for this power sheep.


Congrats and a special thanks to the Dallas Family for taking out this keeper ewe lamb of ours and being named Overall Reserve Grand Champion at Show #1 at UW-River Falls Block Bridle.  A sweat heart of a 911 daughter, should be a fun season with her.


Congrats and a special thanks to the Dallas Family for taking out this keeper ewe lamb of ours and standing at top of her class at both shows at UW-Madison Badger Jackpot shows.  A stout little Unbelievable daughter, should be a fun season with her.


Call now to reserve your next
Ram, Ewe, or Wether
 and acquire your right for these Superior Genetics!


Current Sires

Exception


Sometimes you end up with two instead of one! We bought Exception from Allred/Elliott at the 2014 Men of Influence Sale in El Reno, OK. We were looking to add one ram to our line-up that day and got the first lot bought, Nice Game from Impact but then Elliott’s ram came to the ring and it just felt right, so we got him bought too. Exception is sired by Anomaly (TA x Immortal) and his dam is a Trunk daughter. Exception is wild in his hip shape and pin width, expressive in shape, perfect in his loin edges and flawless structurally. Clay stated “Exception was kept for the MOI and he felt easily the best one they have merchandized through this sale.” Moderate in stature, wide based and tracks squarely with proper flex in his hock and angle up front which allows him to run around with his head in the air. Exception is a ram that is skeletally right with a hard, expressive tone of muscle. His pedigree and phenotype should click to make some outstanding show lambs.

 

 

 


Nice Game


We are excited to add Nice Game to our stud ram line-up. Purchased from Impact Club Lambs through the 2014 Men of Influence Sale in El Reno, OK. The sire of Nice Game is Wild Game. Wild Game is a Game Face x Impact 803 donor. Impact 803 is the $12,000 ewe Impact sold at Industries elite in 2012 to Wolf Club Lambs in Iowa. The dam to Nice Game, Impact 986, 986 is a daughter of the dam to “Open Bar” (Steva Robinson Show Lambs), and the great grand dam Impact 842 was a ewe we sold to Simpson Show Stock out of the Industries Elite that is now in his Donor program. The pedigree of this buck lamb is deep in predictable genetics. His phenotype is perfect if you are trying to moderate, crack them open, add some rib shape and muscle shape. He is as wide based as you can make one. The transition in his top shape is as smooth from rack to loin and loin to hip is impeccable. The ‘touch’ that the Wild Game lambs offer is something that has been lost in many of the trendy ones. We are sure this guy will make killer show wethers.   

 

 


Space Race

Pictured at 6 weeks

Pictured at 16 weeks

Pictured at 6 months

We have all done it; in the spring of the year ask yourself what will take your program to next level.  A ram that stays up with the trends but not take you to far off your core beliefs just to catch a fad.  A ram that comes with a pedigree that you know is certain to breed true.  A ram that you just enjoy looking at and brings a smile to your face knowing he is standing in your barn.  It really is one those exciting parts of being a breeder.  Well we believe everything came together for us this last spring.  It is with a whole lot of excitement to introduce Space Race.  Our purchase from Impact Hamps, Brian’s lead ram for his early March stud ram sale and we got him! 

Sired by Arms Race, Impact’s new Miller buck, a Maker son, which once Brian updates his website will prove his debut lamb crop this year has accomplished more than most rams do in a lifetime.  Just as exciting is Space Race’s maternal side of the pedigree.  Mom is White 205, who has raised a winner at Tulsa in 2011 and a daughter, Impact 951, who just happens to be dam of Reilly’s keeper buck from this 2013 crop, #33.  Grandma of Space Race is White 90, maybe enough said but if uncertain go to Impact’s Donor page, in short the best ewe Brian got from the Dan White flock purchase, countless winners, stud rams and stud ewes trace back to this gal.

Along with this pedigree comes a phenotypic monster.  Study the pictures closely.  Built right for today and the future.  Love, love, love this bucks structure, watch him for hours, which we have; he doesn’t take a bad step or put a leg down wrong.  His look, head high, long necked, great lines, Space Race knows he is the man! If pushed hard like a show lamb going to State Fair, would have blown your mind for power. Grooved up rack, big time loin and hip that you can’t design any better.

As you can read we are excited, we thank the Reilly’s for allowing us to own part of Space Race.  We have bred half of our flock to this guy and are certain that he deserved all 45 ewes.  Bring on January and February because we are going to have some monsters in the jugs! 
   

 

 


Dirty Monkey

Pictured at 16 weeks

Pictured at 5 months

Pictured at 6 months

We are excited to introduce Dirty Monkey into our stud ram line-up.  Our keeper buck from the 2013 lambing season, he has been one of those lambs ever since the jug has stood out from the pack.  This Lucky son out of a Pony daughter we got from Middlesworth puts a very interesting pedigree together.  Going back to rams like Dead Miller, Trigger and Torch, we feel genetics that will cross nicely into our core hamp base.  As for Dirty Monkey himself, a ram that you admire for his appeal, an easy sheep to picture but then comes with the power you need today.  Stands on huge foot, biggest boned buck we are using and so much shag it is as if he was raised in cooler box.  Love the width of loin and loin edge, big hipped, wide pins, leg shape and expression all fun attributes to analyze.  As he has matured, he only has improved.  We feel he could make some shaggy looking Suffolk wethers next spring.  Bred to 15 ewes and then cleaning up another 20 ewes, we expect 30 to 40 lambs out of him next spring and can’t wait to see them, you will want to check them out as well.

Pictured at 6 months

Picture of Dirty Monkey’s dam, Middlesworth 212, Pony x Torch, our pick of the Premier Bred Ewe Sale lots in 2011, one of the top sellers that year at $3,200


911

Pictured at 5 months

Pictured at 16 months

Pictured at 16 months

911 we purchased from Allred/Elliott Production sale in 2012. Sired by King Pin and out of A/E 0192, a Trunk daughter. A/E 0192 is the dam of the "Consensus" ram exclusively now being used by Elliott. Well 911's debut lamb crop did not disappoint. Scroll to the Winners section of our web page to verify, one daughter of 911's, 3232 has turned heads all summer long, being named Grand or Reserve Grand at multiple jackpot shows in both Wisconsin and Minnesota. We have put aggressive synch program together and will be lambing another 30 ewes bred to 911 in January 2014.




Reference Sires

Photo Name Sire  Dam Comments
Casino Michael (Jordan son) Cabaniss bred ewe Purchased from Impact Hamps in '96
High Roller Time 801 daughter Reserve Supreme Hamp at '97 Top of Rockies, purchased from Cabaniss
Chips Harrell 1 (Twister son) Rascal grand daughter Bought in McIlrath's '99 Production Sale
Wild Card Harrell 1 (Twister son) Train daughter Bought in McIlrath's '99 Production Sale
Royal Flush Shell 212 Brave daughter Top selling 212 son ever, purchased in McIlraths 2000 Production Sale
Power Stroke "100" (Twister son) Train grand daughter Bought out of Harrell's stud ram pen in 2001 as a yearling
Fortune "2001" (Buzzsaw son) Shell 212 grand daughter Picked out at 4 weeks of age, purchased privately from McIlrath in '03
Mr. C Leverage Son "31" daughter    Picked out at 3 weeks of age in 2005, purchased from Mike Hancock
Cash Ultra Miller 376 daughter    Bought in Feb. from Mike Hancock in
2006
"6093" Mr. C Fields 1 daughter   One of the most complete sheep we raised in 2006
  Knockout Contender 2000 daughter One of the best Contender sons offered from McIlrath. Bought in his 2007 Production Sale
  Hit Me Hitman Cobra daughter This powerful ram was our top pick out of Viking Club Lambs barn in February of 2008.
  Wild Cat Leverage Ultra daughter A must have, Storm Cat's full brother.  We were happy to partner with Hancock on this ram in 2008.
  Hancock 9100 Mirage Ultra daughter When we saw him in Hancock's keeper pen in June 2009, we knew we found something special, co-own with Mike.
Torch Wildfire Major League daughter Purchased from Hindman in 2010 off the America's Top 20 Sale, this Johnson (OK) bred ram came with a proven resume that people dream about. He makes ideal cross with our Hancock based ewes.
  Lucky 13 Ignite Deal Breaker daughter Purchased from MP Club Lambs in March of 2011. After many farm visits the best sheep we had seen that spring.
  Unbelievable Untouchable True Blood daughter Bought from Wheatons at there Spring 2011 ram sale. The width we were seeking in a registered hamp.
Prestige Leverage Composure daughter Purchased off the America's Top 20 Sale in 2012 from Rule, Begalka & Simpson.  Bred by Elliott and sold to those three for $30K at Sedalia in 2009.  This is a ram everybody knows.
911 King PIn Trunk daughter Purchased from Elliott's 2012 Production Sale. This embryo buck lamb had all the extra "chrome" to go with his pedigree.  A perfect for the direction we were heading.

 

Flock Genetics

We started our flock in 1996 after several years of exhibiting show lambs. Of the 100 plus ewes we keep today, over 30 percent are registered Hamps. We select replacements on their ability to produce champions over several generations. Current and past bloodlines include Ultra, Leverage, Shell 212, McIlrath’s 2001 & 2000, Cabaniss 118, Twister, Time, McIlrath 100 & 190, Hickman 40 & 50, Nick ‘O Time, and Cabaniss 801. Our entire flock has been scrapie and spider tested. We focus on "Champion Based Genetics."

In the summer of 2012 we added these six yearling ewes pictured above.  All of the came from the Allred/Elliott summer production online sale.  Daughters of Eccentric, Windfall, Trunk and Justified are all included.  We are excited to add some very nice - complete looking ewes with powerful genetics stacked behind them.  Sure to take our breeding program forward.



 

For More Information Contact:

Doug Wilson
W5729 County Highway B
Shawano, WI 54166
Roy Wilson
WI State Certified
Livestock Judge
N4357 County Road T
Shawano, WI 54166
 608-215-4490 (cell)
Email:
cvclublambs@hotmail.com
Mike Bohm
N 4793 County Rd. T
Shawano, WI 54166

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