Past Stud Rams

Oldest rams at the top

0025d

CRC 0025: The first ram that has made an impact on the Meatmaster breed. He was more widely used than one can realise. He had 133 progeny in our stud with average weaning index of 104 and 270 day index of 97. Was still used in 2010 in Mr. Hennie Dercksen herd, and he didnt have a tooth in his mouth.

 

 

1070

CRC 1070Also one of our original rams that had an excellent coat and a deep wide body, a real thick set ram. Had 182 Projeny in the stud with an average of 100day index of 101 and 270 day of 101.

 

3080a

CRC 3080 – Son of CRC 1070. Had 84 progeny in the stud. Very good coat and good ballance. 100 day index of 100 and 270 day index of 101. Very positive BLUP figures for multiple births.

3371a

CRC 3371- Very long bodied ram with excellent coat. Had 92 progeny in stud. Positive BLUP figures for wean and post wean. Ram was brought in from our commercial herd.

 

4264a

CRC 4264: This beautiful ram also out of CRC1070, had 29 progeny but was undoubtedly the best 1070 lamb used. One of very few rams that BLUP figures for all aspects are in the top 40% or top 10 %

CRC4403b

CRC 4403 “Renaissance”: bought by a CONSORTIUM,  had a 117 lambs in stud. Ave 100d index – of 99, and Post wean of a 101. His BLUP figures are very average.

 

4348a

CRC 4348 – This son of CRC 3080 left 123 progeny in the stud also a ram with very good BLUP figures. Except for growth maternal

5031cCRC 5031–  A very beautiful son of CRC 3371. He had 71 Progeny in the stud with ave. to above ave. BLUP values..

 

5056a

CRC 5056: One of a twin. A very proud lamb from CRC 3371, that had 28 progeny in stud. This ram had Remarkable BLUP values, being in the top 10% with 4 of his BLUP values

 

5090a

CRC 5090: This grandson of CRC 1070 had 75 progeny in the stud. Was a good fat ram, but lacked growth.

 

5332d

CRC 5332 – This is a grandson of 0025, and had 69 progeny in the stud.

 

6258c

CRC 6258- “BAKGAT”.  A very well balanced, deep, smooth ram.  We could not use him to long because he died from Pneumonia.  His daughters are performing very well.  His BLUP figures are also in the top 10% for NLW

6258bCRC 6258 “BAKGAT” As a lamb, already showing excellent muscling!.

 

6311a

CRC 6311- Masterpiece.  Sold to the same consortium that bought his father CRC 4403.  Eventially died with Boemie Saaiman in Ladysmit.

 

Masterpiece 2

CRC 6311 “Masterpiece” while he was still with Anysberg Farming, running here on Lucern.

 

6167

CRC 6167 – Son of CRC 5056

6201aCRC 6201 – One of a twin

7180c

CRC 7180 – “ROOINEK”  Sold to Jannie De Villiers from Namibie for R21 000.  Very good growth figures, and a couple of his sons are being used in the stud.  Son of CRC 4403

 

7005f

CRC 7005 “LOGO” – At his new owner

 

7005d

CRC 7005 “LOGO” as he appeared on our auction.  One of our leaner bloodlines.  They perform excellent when receiving food but has it tough through times of drought.

 

7417a

CRC 7417 – “BUCCANEER” Sold for R42 000 to a consortium.  This ram must be one of the most widely used rams in the country.  Where ever I go from North to South, East to West.  I inevitably find someone that used this ram or his semen on a breeding program.

7417c

CRC 7417 – “BUCCANEER”  Through the toughest of droughts he keeps his condition!  BUCCANEER- Remember the name

 

7224d

CRC 7224 “HERCULES” – Sold for Breed record price of R82 000 in 2010. Hercules is out of a absolutely fantastic mother CRC 5228. This ewe geve twins every single time she lambed.

 

7203a

CRC 7203 “SPOT-ON”. Spot-on and Hercules share the same father CRC 5031 but has different mothers. This makes a huge difference even when Spot-on is one of a twin and Hercules not.

8299g

CRC 8299 – “ULTIMATE”  Son of CRC 7005.  Same Pro’s and Cons as his father.  Excellent covering with very good posture and legs, but a leaner type.

 

8386a

CRC 8386 – “CHOPPER”

8314a

CRC 8314 – Son of LOGO

8110a

CRC 8110 – Son of “Reneisance”

8K599

HK 8599 –  A Ram that was bought in from Mr. Henk Kearney

 

9069b

CRC 9069 – Son of the twin sister of CRC 6201.

 

9208cCRC 9203 Son of “Hercules”

CRC 9300 = CRC 6167 X CRC 7489

CRC 9300: CRC 6167 x CRC 7489

   9412a

CRC 9412 “ALL-ROUNDER” Son of Buccaneer, sold for R21 000 at our 2012 Production Sale to Mr. LPJ Fourie

CC2418 (5)

CRC 2418

CC2425 (14)

CRC 2425

CRC 9340 JUDGE

CRC 9340 “JUDGE” One of the  most prominent Buccaneer sons, he is also now in Namibia.  Mr. J Hannekom

CRC 0301 w

CRC 0301. New owner, Mr. J Hannekom, Namibia

0329

CRC 0329: CRC 7180 “ROOINEK” x CRC 4255

CRC 0587 (1)

CRC 0587 MUSCLEKING. Also in Namibia with Mr.  J Hannekom

CC 2380

CRC 2380 “Royalty”

CC 1779

CRC 1779 “Genetics”

CC 1323

CRC 1323

CRC 2339 (14)

CRC 23339 – “ROCKET” Sold JH Hannekom – Namibia

CRC 2339 (6)

CRC 23339 – “ROCKET” Sold JH Hannekom – Namibia

CRC 1363 (10)

CRC  1363 “BLUP”

0560

CRC 0560 “PRONK” (SHOWOFF) – JH Hannekom ( Namibia)

Griewastad (15)

CC 3034 “LUCKY”

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CRC 2174 ” HUISTOE”