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SCF Tripp

third times a charm

Yak , Steer (male) |Imperial Trim

DOB: 7/3/2020

Sire: WHF Cash

the man in black

WHF Cash

Bull (male) Imperial

IYAK - Foundation# 2C250 DOB: 6/11/20158 yrs
This big guy always amazes us. He is a gentle giant. Cash loves his treats and is completely and utterly respectful to his cows, and especially to us. He is a wonder to watch and admire, his movements flowing, strong, and he is everything majestic that hooked us on this beautiful breed. He seems to instinctively know to give us space in the pasture when we are working. When with his ladies and his babies, he is a leader and a calm protector, and will be seen laying with his calves all ar ...
  | IYAK - Foundation# 2C250 | Imperial
Dam: OHY Lucille

small & sassy

OHY Lucille

Cow (female) Native Trim

IYAK - Foundation# 2E102 DOB: 7/1/20176 yrs
Lucille (Lucy) is our "sweet and sour" girl. Personality galore! But you never know what you're gonna get. When she is sweet she comes for treats, is curious and sharp as a tack. When she's sour, she acts like she doesn't know you and will give you a side eye to leave her alone. She is momma to our peanut bull calf SCF Tripp, our third bull born at farm. He's the peanut because he was the last of the calf crop born in 2020 so it seems he is always smaller than the rest and very shy. ...
  | IYAK - Foundation# 2E102 | Native Trim
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Tripp was the third bull calf of 2020 born to the farm. He has developed an independent personality in him with the herd however he loves human attention and is always up for a walk on his halter. He is growing fast and his Imperial sire's genes are apparent in his growth and conformation. His dam has a smaller size conformation than the majority of our herd so Tripp will more than likely take on a smaller yak bull structure.

Tripp is the observer....he is often times found just laying in the field watching for when the fun will begin.

Tripp has been banded as his fiber has been exquisite and coupled with his calm temperament he can be very valuable as a fiber/pet steer.

Updated 4/18/2022