Auldhouseburn Karlos D218

SCOTCH CAP (AI) (IMP) #10226429(US)14
EDINBURGH OF THE MOSS #ZAB.R65.17
G T EVERGREEN 312 (ET) (IMP) #10462421(US)16
Sire: THE MOSS EUROPA A118 #UK182920 100118
FERGAL OF THE MOSS #ZAB.W82.22
THE MOSS EULOVABLE Y558 #UKQC010800558
EULOVEAPPLE OF THE MOSS #ZAB.N65.14
Animal: AULDHOUSEBURN KARLOS D218 #UK580271 400218
LORD HORATIO P11 OF BLELACK #ZNM.P11.16
WEDDERLIE PRIDWELL #EJW.T6.19
WEDDERLIE POPPY #EJW.P21.16
Dam: WEDDERLIE KATREN Y057 #UKBE059901057
BALLAMANAUGH EASTERN STAR #BZF.N7.14
WEDDERLIE KATREN #EJW.R8.17
WEDDERLIE KATRINA #EJW.N8.14

January 2012 Aberdeen-Angus BREEDPLAN
Calving
Ease
DIR
(%)
Calving
Ease
DTRS
(%)
Gestation
Length
(days)
Birth
Wt.
(kg)
200
Day
Wt
(kg)
400
Day
Wt
(kg)
600
Day
Wt
(kg)
Mat
Cow
Wt
(kg)
Milk
(kg)
Scrotal
Size
(cm)
Carcase
Wt
(kg)
Eye
Muscle
Area
(sq cm)
Fat
Depth
(mm)
Retail
Beef
Yield
(%)
IMF
(%)
EBV -9.4 +2.9 +0.9 +5.8 +53 +93 +118 +20 +1.5 +74 +6.4 -3.3 +3.1 -0.3
Acc 70% 52% 85% 94% 90% 89% 84% 56% 83% 75% 60% 73% 61% 57%
Breed Avg. EBVs for 2011 Born Calves Click for Percentiles
EBV -1.8 +0.1 +1.0 +2.6 +31 +54 +68 +68 +7 +0.6 +39 +2.4 -1.0 +0.8 +0.0
SELECTION INDEX VALUES
Market Target Index Value Breed Average
Angus Terminal Index (GBP) +44 +24
Angus Self Replacing Index (GBP) +56 +32

Karlos is the first bull we have bought in the UK since our first imports from Canada in 1975. He was selected from a strong show of bulls at Perth in February 2006 when he had AN ebv OF +22 and now is +46. He is the longest bull we have ever had with a locomotion that is free and straight. His figures show he is a good calver with a short gestation.

Sons: Ploughman at Genus (see Perry); El Paso at Wedderlie; Quincy at Tofts; Parkin at Lorabar; Powerman at Cauldwell (after use here); Kolumbus at Westwilmer (eblex most improved herd 2010) and Red Piper shared with Melview (semen sold Europe, Canada, Brazil) are all passing on his traits.

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