By Lindsay Johnson, CRI
May was a busy month for #GenexChutesideService projects. Genex representatives across the country coordinated schedules, breeding barns, people and cattle, making sure everything was in the proper place to get the job done.
Here’s a quick glimpse at a few photos that were shared with us during the past month.
Green was the color of choice at the Mushrush Red Angus breeding project in Kansas.
The folks at Halfmann Red Angus wrapped up A.I. breeding their commercial and registered heifers in early May. In reading their Facebook post, you hear their excitement about this group of females.
Bar Lazy D Cattle of Nebraska shared this photo after their successful A.I. project. With the help of Genex independent contractor Luke Kovarik and his crew they bred 315 heifers to 1AN01215 Irish and 1AN01240 Effective.
Longtime Genex employee Stan Lock sent me this picture from a 2500-head breeding project. Red Angus sires 1AR00928 Halfmann R588 and 1AR00936 Conqueror were used in this project. I’m sure it was another day Stan proclaimed it to be ‘A great day to be a cowboy!’
Darcy Sexson, who blogs at Success is Reason Enough, is always willing to share her pictures with me. Here’s one of my favorites because it shows the people involved. So many times we only see the heifers heading to or from the breeding barn, but without a great group of people the project wouldn’t be possible. It takes the cooperation of the ranch crew and Genex to make any A.I. project successful!