NEW HEREFORD BULL ‘LUCKY’ IN THE RANGE

The addition of Lucky to K.I. SAMEN's portfolio brings a wonderful bull to its Hereford programme. He is ideal for pure breeding and for beef on dairy purposes. Lucky van ’t Zandeind (PP) is a homozygous polled Hereford bull, who despite his youth, the appearance already truly imposing. He has good, sound legs with excellent locomotion and has a docile nature.

 

Lucky’s sire, Moeskaer Keno 1222 P, was a champion Hereford at the national show in Denmark and can be described as a bull with style, an excellent frame and a lot of length. He has an outcross pedigree. The grand dam Velner Anja P was the first Hereford cow in the Netherlands to be rated excellent - which is a unique achievement. His dam Anja P 1 van ’t Zandeind is a an extremely well-fleshed cow with great type.

We expect Lucky's progeny to be calved easily, as calving ease is what the Hereford breed is renowned for. Have you become curious about Lucky? Read more information HERE.
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