August 2019 – Milking Shorthorn Canada Proofs

Two Interesting Sires Achieve Success in Milking Shorthorn

Lynmark St Clare, who is a Mocha son out of Lynmark NS Clarica, is newly proven this round with interesting results as he debuts at #6 LPI (tied #4 Conformation). Right behind him, at #7 LPI, is Kundes Golden Logic Adventure (Logic x B Jurist, tied #1 Fat, #10 Conformation), who receives his first official proof in Canada after originally being proven in the United States. The group of Top 5 LPI remains the same with minor re‐ranking, including Treeton Pingerly (#1 for LPI, Milk, Protein and Conformation, #4 Fat), B Jurist (#2 LPI, #3 Milk, #1 Fat, #2 Protein), Oceanbrae Ironman‐P ET (#3 LPI, tied #6 Fat, tied #8 Protein, tied #8 Conformation), Kulp‐Gen Jurist Ace‐ET (#4 LPI, #3 Fat, tied #6 Protein) and Lady Grove Conrad (#5 LPI, tied #8 Fat, tied #8 Conformation).

Although none of the breed leading cows change by more than 80 LPI points, some re‐ordering among the top LPI list is seen this round. The one cow that doesn’t change rank is the overall LPI leader, Kulp‐Gen Jurist Angel EXP-ET, as she stays firm at #1 for LPI, Fat and Protein. Three cows move up the ranks including Lady Grove TP Courtney (from #4 to #2 LPI), Oceanbrae Pingerly Betty (from #8 to #3 LPI, tied #9 Protein, tied #8 Conformation) and Lady Grove TP Lady Nancy 8 (from #5 to #4 LPI, #3 Protein, tied #8 Conformation). Lady Grove BJ Charm (#5 Fat, tied #8 Conformation) only loses 51 LPI points but slips from #2 position in April to complete the list of Top 5 LPI this round. The highest newly indexed cow this August is Oceanbrae TP Lauren at #9 LPI, who is a Pingerly daughter out of Oceanbrae Jurist Layla.

Top LPI – Bulls Domestic
Top Conformation – Bulls Domestic
Top LPI – Cows
Top Conformation – Cows