JDH MARTIN MANSO

"Gentlest in East Texas"

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Martin's Story

 

                                                             (+)JDH GREGORY R MANSO (B 279152)
                                        (+)JDH MR. CHARLEY MANSO (B 340781)
                                                            +JDH LADY EQUITO MAN438/2 (C 246076)

                    Sire: (+)JDH MR. MANSO 449/1 (B 719086)

                                                                MR. V8 730/2 (B 335730)
                                         JDH LADY MANSO 197/8 F (C 590646)
                                                                JDH MISS SWATO DE MANSO (C 355364)


Animal: +JDH MARTIN MANSO (B 818454)                                                                                                  


                                                            MN MAYRO MANSO 433/2 (B 353362)
                                        (=)JDH 204/2 YL MANSO (B 532106)
                                                            JDH LADY OYO MANSO 890 (C 294438)

                    Dam: JDH LADY JOCKO MANSO (C 645854)

                                                            (=)JDH ARMAND LANE MANSO (B 301823)
                                         JDH LADY AMANDA MANSO (C 430279)
                                                               JDH LADY OYO MANSO 890 (C 294438)

 

Spring 2012 EPDs
BW
Maternal
Birth
Weight
Weaning
Weight
Yearling
Weight
Milk
EPD +0.3 +4.6 +29.7 +46.2 +10.1
Acc .68 .86 .83 .71 .60

                 

We knew MARTIN  was special but he is GREAT! 
Thru the spring 2006 show season his progeny have almost accumulated
the points needed to put him into the Register of Renown.

 

 

 

 

 


Pictures from the winners circle.  Martin's progeny


These are a few pictures from TicTacToe in July and a Texas drought.


Martin July 2006 running with approximately
30 ladies in the middle of a Texas drought.


Three of Martin sons Max and Shirley are
getting for the upcoming show season.


Martin Son


Martin


Martin daughter


What makes Brahmans great.  Skip to a Texas winter.

 These are pasture pictures with the cows and muddy conditions, but clearly show
why we are all excited about this bull.  Remember we are in the middle of winter in Texas.

These are not posed "dress-up" pictures.  This is a bull in a working situation, yet he excels
in the important beef producing areas.  He must be 12" to 15" wide and flat behind the hump.


Down his back the loin shows the fullness and natural roundness curve you want to see.  He has very little slope from hooks to pin and is very wide at the pin bones (a heifer producer).  Directly behind him, you see a bull with tremendous width between his back legs. 

 

 

 

Talk about deep in the twist and full in the round, Martin is the model to follow.  Place all this on four solid legs with feet that have never needed trimming.

 

 

His calves have been small at birth,
nurse quickly and are very vigorous.

These calves carry more muscle and
thickness than what we are use to seeing.

Look for yourself.  If these working pictures don't excite you, then you are looking for something different from us.   

Max and Shirley have one of the best bull calves sired by Martin we have ever seen.
 You will agree when you see him.  He is already a herd sire prospect at 5 months.




Martin is a working pasture bull.


Back or Front this bull is packed with BEEF.

Thank you Josh Duhon, Brahman Journal, for the pictures.

 
First Calf sired by JDH Martin Manso born on Tic Tac Toe  Ranch.
This young gentleman looks like a keeper to me.
Watch for Martin's calves at the spring shows. They have it all.