Bulls for Sale
This thick and correct yellow bull was born in September of 2012, out of Elite Impact Dam LEA Zenith, and sired by Sunset Rebel Yell. He should make a superb herd sire, capable of producing show winners, productive brood cows or beef on the hoof.He is in tremendous condition and has been raised strictly on grass.
Below are Ilya and Iago photographed side by side.
Exceptionally thick and stout, this young silver bull is sired by Flatheads Glen Moray, out of LEA Corrie. He damaged his left horn as a calf, but that will not detract from everything he can pass on to his offspring. Heremon has been out in pasture breeding cows the summer of 2013 and has a few excellent calves to his credit. We are also using him the summer of 2014.
LEA Haaken (Not presently offered for sale but semen is available.)
LEA Haaken is a robust, heavily muscled dun bull sired by LEA Forbes, out of the outstanding LEA Valkyrie, who in turn was sired by LEA Raleigh. He has been outgoing and confident since he first ventured away from the hay feeder with his dam. Haaken was awarded Reserve Grand Champion Bull at the 2013 MAHA Spring Classic in State College, PA. He was green, literally right out of the breeding pasture and it was the first time he had ever been in a show ring (at 2 years of age- says a great deal about his personality and disposition.) He went on to be named Grand Champion Bull at the Centreville Fair in September of 2013. Haaken has been under lease to Skye High Farms and presently has calves on the ground. We now offer semen available from Haaken and will use him for live cover in 2014.
Haaken summer of 2012
Haaken summer of 2013
Haaken: Centreville Fair
Haaken: fall of 2013, 2 1/2 years old
This exceptional young bull is up for sale. Harlequin is a dramatic dark mahogany with silver highlights, a color pattern that seems to be only passed directly from parent to offspring. Harlequin's dam, Skye High Uganda exhibits this color pattern, while his sire, Sunset Rebel Yell, is a dark red.
The first three photos are Harlequin as a yearling last year, demonstrating his correct conformation, depth and thickness.
The last three photos show him this past fall, showing him as he appears now.