This female is a stunning Csonka daughter out of Miss Brinks KO 541L41, a full sister to New Era and Captain of Brinks. She has been a standout since her birth.
541D10 is an incredibly thick bodied heifer who is an improvement on her already excellent pedigree. She combines the power of her dam with the completeness of her sire.
Her dam was a very deep female and one of the first Mound Creek New Direction 000M24 daughters to be sold. Her sire, Lombardi is a son of the famous 468G15 cow, who caught our eye long ago at Camp Cooley.
Miss Lombardi 541D10 is a full sister to one of our top young sires, TH Conroe 541D14.
This young heifer is certainly a favourite of visitors to Telpara Hills. Not only is she very pleasing to the eye, she also extremely friendly and full of personality.
We love this female for her versatility. Because of her pedigree and clean style, she can be paired with most of the hottest Lead Gun based Brangus sires.
820D4 has an outstanding set of Csonka calves on the ground.
Below is an example of some of our best females.
When we saw this direct daughter of the awesome 468D2 cow, we were blown away by her presence, and the stunning heifer calf at her side. 468D2 was the dam of Amy Hughes’ Houston Champion 468L3 and the grand dam of our foundation donor 468P6, 468P who sold a flush for $15,000, and Nueces of Brinks.
Make no mistake, this female will breed progeny that will be in the top of any herd.
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Nueces of Brinks 468S43
541P42 is everything we like in a cow. Even running in hard, Texas Hill country conditions, she always looks great. Her EPD numbers keep climbing. She is now plus 70 for yearling weight and ranks in the top 1% for scrotal, top 10% Maternal M & G, and has very respectable REA and fat thickness figures too!
She is the mother of Escalade of Brinks and our $20,000 Ditka daughter purchased in the dispersal. We have only been convinced to sell her embryos once at $1,750 each.
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Escalade of Brinks
Miss Brinks Ditka 541S7
This cow family needs little introduction in Australia.
Our Texas donor, 920/M1 continues to produce progeny that break price records. In 2009 we sold a seven-month old 920 heifer for $16,000 and only a few months later we sold her flush sister for $20,000. (See our Pacesetter Gallery for photos) We have retained a sister to these females, 920D3, in our herd.
920 pregnancies have sold for $6,500 each. Embryos have sold for $1,250 each.
When you see 920 genetics in person, it is easy to understand why they keep breaking price records.
Ms 38 Center Ranch 920/M1 - Video not available
Telpara Hills Ms Csonka 920D3
468P6 was our introduction to American Brangus and she still anchors our donor line-up. Her first drop of calves in Australia included the $30,000 TH Mr Houston 468C3, the $12,000 TH Mr Austin 468C4, and our sweet-natured donor 468C1.
Houston’s calves at Triple B Brangus and in our own herd are some of the best we have seen anywhere.
Our next generation of 468P6 progeny included Miss Ike 468E2, who wows us with her style. She has almost extreme bone and thickness, which is a perfect compliment to some of the high IMF sires that are being used heavily in today’s Brangus scene.
JAK Miss Backside 468P6 -
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Telpara Hills Miss Ike 468E2
Telpara Hills Miss L11 468C1
note: 468E2 is actually 37.5% Brahman (3/8)
This female is the foundation of our 146 family which continues to produce impressive calves.
Her numbers are off the charts. U146 is the top ranking registered female for 600 day weight and has the third highest value for milk.
This cow has earned over $80,000 in revenue for us last year including two 146 daughters that sold for $10,000 each as heifers.
One of the great advantages to Brangus is that we have the ability to take advantage of our parent breeds. Australian breeders have the added advantage of being able to access the world’s best Brahman genetics, which are often unavailable to Americans.
It sounds easy, but remaking any breed is an expensive, time consuming process. We have taken the hard work out of it by offering genetics out of our half-blood females.
Our Best to Best program started with a line of exclusive Brahman females from proven families. We mated them to New Frontier, a truly legendary Angus sire with thousands of progeny worldwide.
Our Empress family traces back to Brahrock’s Empress line. They certainly will add fuel to any breeding program. These are big but functional females that can lift bulls that lack growth and size.
Meryl C8 and Meryl C2 are two of our intriguing half-blood females from the famous Lancefield Meryl cow family. This family is one of the most famous in the Brahman breed and has stood the test of time. Our Meryls have consistently bred calves that start off small, but grow into heavily muscled, early maturing, impressive bulls and females. Our Meryl x 607L11 calves are outstanding and several are shaping up to be donor prospects.
TH’s Jessica line is a quiet achiever. Structurally sound, pleasing to the eye, no-nonsense breeding.
When people see our half-blood x stabilised Brangus calves they understand why we and other progressive breeders have pursued genetics from these females. They produce a very high percentage of keeper calves, which is the BEST trait of any breeder.