While we still breed a select group of cows for
club calves, we breed more of them
for maternal traits.

We sent young Mainetainer bull to the
Maine Max Bull Test and Sale.  That sale
will be in the Spring of 2017.

Below you will find pictures and videos
of our consignments of two bred
heifers for the AMAA Bright Lights
Sale in Denver at the NWSS 2017.

Keep your eyes on this page if you’re looking
for a bred heifer or a quality bull.


Lot 10 Bastians Baby Doll
No Worries has worked well in our breeding
program.  We sold an open heifer by
No Worries last year for $6,000 that showed
well and brought homesome purple
for her owner.
• Bastian’s Baby Doll is big boned and
big bellied with great hair. Oh, and did I
mention she is as sound as can be
on the move? We’ve not had any complaints
on the structure of our No Worries calves.
You could breed this heifer several different
ways depending on your program—
show steers, bulls or heifers.
She’s a do-it-all kind of female.
• Bred AI 5/20/2016 to Jose.
Pasture exposed 5/25 to 7/30/2016
to a Slam Dunk son.
Click on her picture for video.


Lot 11 Bastians Miss Honor
• The Alexander Family from Brookfield, MO,
owned TLM Honor; they have several
daughters in production. We feel that Bastian’s
Miss Honor has the same qualities that Honor
is known for—sound structured, deep bodied
with plenty of spring of rib and easy fleshing
ability, which is necessary in the beef business
today. If you’re looking for a very production
oriented bred heifer that can raise bulls or
replacement heifers, look here.
• Bred AI 5/20/2016 to Jose.
Pasture exposed 5/25 to 7/30/2016
to a Slam Dunk son.
Click her picture to view video.