Reference Sire List

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The famous BueLingo sires below represent 89% of the sires in DCC pedigrees during the last few years. They represent the most performance tested families of Buelingo in history. Pictured sires will help those who study pedigrees understand details of quality, form, gain, colors and various superior traits of each bull family. Every bull is different but consistent in style. Like a tool box, some contain genetics that hammer, saw or twist for better results. Every tool is important in the hand of a professional producer. Semen available on some bulls.

Cycle Progress

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DOB: 4/10/1999; Sire: Wulfs Polled Progress; Dam: Dingular; Color: R/W; Is believed to be the best sire of type, and total Buelingo quality ever raised by DCCI. He is an outcross bull sired by one of the most famous Limousin sires of all times, Wulf's Polled Progress. Wulfs Polled Progress was a breed leader in easy calving, carcass quality and maternal EPD values. (Wulfs Polled Progress was discredited in the Limousin industry for calves with random white markings.) Cycle Progress is homozygous poled. He sires a high percent of red Buelingo, but is not recommended for non belted cows. He is compact, very gentle and his calves are trim fronted with perfectly straight tops and huge Limousin hind quarters. More Cycle Progress sons have been sold for Buelingo herd sires than any DCCI sire. His birth weight was 72 lbs.

Semen: $15.00

Dip Echo

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DOB: 3/28/2008; Sire: Dip Stick; Dam: True Echo; Color: R/W; Dip Echo calves are VERY easy fleshing, like some people I know. His poled genetics, 68 lb birth weight combined with an over 600 lb 205 weaning weight -- with no creep feed is what we like. Three sets of calves are on the ground at DCCI and now his son and daughters will carry on for him. It is an honor to provide this thick bull to the Buelingo breed with such a low birth weight. What a great bull.

Dip Stick

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DOB: 4/2/2004; Sire: Cycle Progress; Dam: Orisular; Color: B/W; Is believed to be the most consistent easy calving sire at DCCI. He is recommended for all first calf heifers. Although his own birth weight is 74 lbs, his average progeny birth weight on two year old heifers is 64 lbs. He is a son of Cycle Progress with his perfect top line and great package of family characteristics. His dam, Orisular is 1200 lbs and a daughter of Circular by Ultimate Circle. He was born in 2004 and quickly shows his genetics offer a lot for breed improvement. He is recommended for registered Buelingo or non belted use for a high percentage of correct belts.
Semen is available for $20.

Semen: $20.00

Extra Value

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DOB: 3/26/2005; Sire: Value Line; Dam: Circular Sue; Color: Black and White; Was used in 2006 on DCCI heifers. He has great type and weighs 1765 lbs at age 2 on grass.

Price:  NFS

Fun And Games

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DOB: 4/12/2006; Sire: Yard Of Fun; Dam: True Edition; Color: B/W; His low 77 lb. birth weight and 628.57 lb 205 weight with no grain or creep feed is considered good sire material. His dam, a Papa True daughter, was in the top 3 performers at 205 & 365 days. He is thick, big and calves very easy. His 100% performance testing, long correctly belted pedigree, and rapid gain achieves the low birth and rapid consistent gain demanded at DCCI.

Graphic Progress

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DOB: 5/18/2003; Sire: Cycle Progress; Dam: Calligraphy; Color: B/W; Graphic Progress is one of the three best sons of Cycle Progress owned by BueLingo Assn, President Joe Steve. He has been used successfully at DCCI and several hundred units of semen has been sold from him. He sires the Limousine thick quality carcass look with the strong Dutch belt. His dam Calligraphy has been used in DCCI promotion materials due to her perfect angular conformation and huge hip. Semen for sale $20.00

Semen: $20.00

Pin Drop

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DOB: 3/29/2013; Sire: Dip Echo; Dam: Fun'N Kicks; Color: B/W; Pin Drop was the DCCI jr. Sire after Power Game was sold. He is 1595 lbs, two year old weight, polled and smooth as a frog hair. DCCI is pleased to elevate him to senior sire status next season. This Dip Echo bull is what Buelingo is all about. He is registered and correctly belted 100% for 4 generations. He is correct, big, perfectly belted, and blends the 4 great DCCI BueLingo sires.

Price:  NFS

Power Game

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DOB: 4/2/2009; Sire: Fun and Games; Dam: Extra Fin; Color: B/W; This is a low birth weight and high weaning weight bull. Adult weight 2245 lbs. He was 758 lbs at 205 days adjusted for a two year old dam. He is the best BueLingo bull ever raised at DCCI. He is very important to the DCCI BueLingo program. His growthy calves now confirm his meat siring qualities. He was sold and left DCCI with many daughters in the herd from 5 years of dedicated service. Semen $25. Take advantage of his genetics.

Semen: $25.00

Progress Wrap

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DOB: 4/7/2015; Sire: Cycle Progress; Dam: Spiral Wrap; Color: B/W; Progress Wrap is the 3rd son of Cycle Progress used in the DCC herd. He is homozygous polled. He is smooth, correct, and trim in the right places. He has the hip of a cab driver's mistress. DCC will have numerous calves by him in years to come.

Price:  NFS

Scarlet Kid

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DOB: 4/27/2010; Sire: Fun And Games; Dam: One More Cycle; Color: R/W; Scarlet Kid was selected from DCCI for the Sally Knarr, Troutville, PA, Buelingo herd sire. Having served there for 3 years he was acquired back by DCCI. Due to his low birth weight (76 lbs), great weaning weight (628.91 adjusted to 205 days) he is an easy choice for AI and use by DCCI. Semen $20. Purchase calves from Sally Knarr or cows carrying his service from DCCI. He is moderate size, has a strong top line, and very gentle.

Semen: $20.00

Yard of Fun

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DOB: 2/25/2002; Sire: Yard Dog; Dam: H&R Delite; Color: Red & White; Is a big red belted Buelingo who sires a high percentage of correct belts. You saw his calves place well at the BBCS 2005 Championship show, and several producers have progeny from him. He was the leading sire of the V-3 Roland Vernon herd until purchased by Dickinson Cattle Co. He is a true all-around sire. Use him on non belted cows to get belts, use him on registered cows for red belts, use him to get polled calves, and trust him for moderate to small birth weights. He sires a very low percent of white feet. His 2275 lb masculine structure makes him a bull with a major amount of size combined with a humane birth size. He is a wise choice for AI use.

Semen: $20.00