Hair of the dog
Little Ray (Burn x Elliott) x SSL 13-65 (World Class x Justified)
When we utilized the AI services of MacLennan”s #39 lead buck for 2015 we had high hopes for what was to come but we never expected this. Pure power, that signature MacLennan look & an effortless stride made him an easy choice to put him at the top of the list for a stud buck. We, and some of industries leaders, feel this guy will have a major impact in the near future.
– Summers Show Lambs
Fearless is a Ram we bought at Sedalia from Clark/Stroble that won his class in the March Crossbreds. What attracted me to him was his attractiveness from the side profile. Splendid to look at but his style and balance enhance that even more. A unique loin that it is so deep and thick for his age and runs from the back of his neck to his tail head. Beautifully fronted with a shallow chest floor but still has that impeccable rib. Wide open and as structurely correct as you can get one. Add bone and fuzz and you get Fearless. Pictured in the middle of breeding season changing colors on marking harness. We have bred him to a few flush ewes and to 30 plus to naturally breed.
MacLennan 739 “Centerfold” x MacLennan 911 “Crazy” daughter
Sold to Mexico
We bought 4-193’s mother online from the MacLennans as an exposed ewe lamb to the Burn son Centerfold. She had a single lamb. I think when you buy those online you are hoping for a decent wether or ewe but we hit the Jackpot. He is super stout with the kind of rib that every breeder strives for. A tremendously huge rack and a big square hind saddle that all ties in flawlessly. His neck melts straight into his shoulder and is tall fronted to boot. We used him on several of our flush ewes and he will be breeding 30 or so naturally. To take the picture we just took him out of the ewes to change marker colors and decided to photo him for our bred ewe sale.
Hancock 9172 x miller 0-379 buckmaster
Purchased from Miller Hampshires
Sold to Donald Smith, Colorado City, Texas
Touchstone x 3314 (Buckmaster)
Leased from Miller Hampshires
Very stout, wide based, moderate sized, big footed, with lots of muscle and an excellent front end.We have bred him to 40 of our top ewes. Derick Miller says he is the kind that is a wether making machine. Look for his lambs in mid-March.