Herd Sires


JA L1 Domino 0214
Born: February 7, 2010
Reg. #: 43129984

  HH ADVANCE 3113N 1ET [SOD,CHB]    

L1 DOMINO 99496
HH MISS ADV 875H 1ET

Sire: CL 1 DOMINO 555R [DLF,IEF]  
  CL 1 DOMINETTE 3174N [DOD]

CL 1 DOMINO 9126J 1ET [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 810H

     
  CL 1 DOMINO 484 [SOD,DLF,IEF] L1 DOMINO 890061 [DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 761
Dam: JA L1 DOMINETTE 2210M  
  JA L1 DOMINETTE 6565 HH ADVANCE 3021C [SOD,DLF,HYF,IEF]
JA L1 DOMINETTE 7817

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
3.3
49
86
32
56
.06
.05
$21

From the first time I saw the 555 daughters at Gordon Jamison's I knew I was going to buy a son. I really don't think I could have gotten a better one. His mother had an average weaning ratio of 106% and raised herd bulls for both Ken Coleman and Oleen Brothers. That is just the start of what this bull is. He has the length, muscle and performance to show at the top with his last 3 calf crops averaging a 101% weaning ratio but his daughters take the cake. So far they are averaging a 103% weaning ratio with a number of them going over 600# with ease. Take a good look at his sons because there aren't many cowherds they won't help.



JA L1 Domino 6001S [CHB]
Born: January 24, 2006
Reg. #: 42717039

  CL 1 DOMINO 5131E [SOD,DLF,IEF]

CL 1 DOMINO 166 [SOD]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 0046

Sire: GB L1 DOMINO 935C [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]  
  GB L1 DOM PRCS 115 [DOD]

GB L1 DOMINO 919
GB L1 DOM PRCS 787

     
  CL 1 DOMINO 484 [SOD DLF,IEF] L1 DOMINO 890061 [DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 761
Dam: JA L1 DOMMINETTE 0212  
  JA L1 DOMINETTE 7316 CL 1 DOMINO 307
JA L1 DOMINETTE 5608

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
2.4
47
75
22
45
.16
.16
$24

As soon as I heard that Gordon Jamison was going to sell possession of 6001 I headed to Kansas. I spent a whole day looking at cows, bulls and heifer calves from every bloodline he had. At the end of the tour there was no doubt that 6001 was going to South Dakota. His daughters are as good as I have seen. They are moderate in size with great udders and the ease of fleshing that the Northern Plains needs. His sons have the thickness and muscle that sets them apart from most. He was used with great success at both Jamison's and Oleen's before I got him and then he did everything I could have asked here. With over 200 calves turned in on him from 3 herds and 160 calves turned in on daughters of him his genetics are proven to be no fluke.



CL 1 Domino 034X 1ET
[DLF, HYF, IEF]
Born: January 10, 2010
Reg. #: 43082455

  L1 DOMINO 99496

L1 DOMINO 97349
L1 DOMINETTE 95369 [DOD]

Sire: HH ADVANCE 3113N 1ET [SOD,CHB]  
  HH MS ADV 875H 1ET

HH ADVANCE 671F 1ET [CHB]
HH MISS ADVANCE 339C [DOD]

     
  CL 1 DOMINO 9126J 1ET [SOD CHB,DLF,IEF] HH ADVANCE 767G 1ET [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 490 [DOD]
Dam: CL 1 DOMMINETTE 200M [DOD]  
  CL 1 DOMINETTE 8131 1ET L1 DOMINO 95461 [SOD,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 178 [DOD]

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
-0.2
37
59
35
53
.29
.17
$21

I am not sure if I should call this bull a low birth weight bull with the added benefit of making great females or the other way around but no matter how you call it he is impressive. His stature is deep bodied, easy fleshing and free moving and his genetics are some of the best. His mother is the grandam of a whole bunch of top selling bulls from Cooper's and his sire is the greates female producer that Cooper's have had. He is the kind to add milk while keeping birthweight in check while gaining on fleshing ability.



CO L1 Domino 936W
Born: March 18, 2009
Reg. #: 43003689


CO L1 Dominette 416P - dam of 936W

  XP L1 DOMINO 00063

L1 DOMINO 95461 [SOD,DLF,IEF]
XP L1 DOMINETE 93153 [DOD]

Sire: RH DOMINO 6050 [DLF,HYF,IEF]  
  RH DOMINETTE 1059 [DLF,IEF]

RH DOMINO 9001
RH DOMINETTE 8018

     
  HH ADVANCE 767G 1ET [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]     CL 1 DOMINO 500E [SOD,DLF,IEF]
HH MISS ADVANCE 251B
Dam: CO L1 DOMINETTE 416P  
  CO L1 DOMINETTE 202M GB L1 DOMINO 017D
CO L1 DOMINETTE 68 [DOD]

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
2.7
42
72
25
46
-.17
.13
$21

A bull from Ken Coleman. When I first saw this bull all I could think of was Yahtzee. He has it all, length, muscle, depth, low birth weight and pigment. I have used this bull every way you can and haven't found a way for it to be wrong. He has the performance to ratio above 100% but I have used him on heifers and calved them with the cows. He will erase white and his daughters have near perfect udders. His calves seem to have a little extra vigor at birth as well.

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CO L1 Domino 847U
[DLF, HYF, IEF]
Born: March 26, 2008
Reg. #: 42941187

  L1 DOMINO 97349

L1 DOMINO 95430
L1 DOMINETTE 93451 [DOD]

Sire: L1 DOMINO 99496 [SOD]  
  L1 DOMINETTE 95369 [DOD]    

L1 DOMINO 93572
L1 DOMINETTE 93544

     
  GB L1 DOMINO 017D GB L1 DOMINO 250 [SOD,DLF,IEF]
GB L1 DOM PRCS 766
Dam: CO L1 DOMINETTE 226M [DOD,DLF,HYF,IEF]  
  CO L1 DOMINETTE 911 CL 1 DOMINO 580E
LG MISS RED 6047A

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
3.4
43
73
22
44
.07
.27
$22

It just pains me to not have this bull at the top of my herd bull page but I only have 4 bulls for sale this year out of him. He will go back to the top next year though. This is the first bull I bought from Ken Coleman in Colorado and I have no problem whatsoever saying he is the best Line 1 bull born in 2008. His depth is incredible and he is the easiest fleshing bull I have ever owned. With 140 calves born from 3 different herds his numbers are accurate. The bull calves born here have always been well received but his daughters are what sets him apart. They are exactly the cows that every commercial cattleman needs, the kind that raise a big calf, breed back and keep in good flesh without any extra care. Unfortunately he went to town this fall after breeding in the pasture as a 7 year old. Take a look at the cowherd page for some more on him or go to colemanherefords.com to see what Ken has to say about him.



TH L1 Domino 6002
Born: April 11, 2006
Reg. #: 42775288

  CL 1 DOMINO 019K

HH ADVANCE 8093H [CHB,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 8151H

Sire: JC L1 DOMINO 4031P [SOD]  
  JC L1 DOMETT 2058M

CL 1 DOMINO 976J
CL1 DOMETT 00177

     
  HH ADVANCE 9034J HH ADVANCE 6052F [SOD,DLF,IEC]
HH MS ADVANCE 3016C
Dam: SBH L1 MISS DOMINO 2003  
  SBH L1 DOMINETTE 9076 HH ADVANCE 411D
SBH MISS L1 DOM 3042

 

Thorson raised bull. This is an example of what they grow up to look like.



CO L1 Domino 249Z
Born: April 1, 2012
Reg. #: 43280559

  HH ADVANCE 767G 1ET [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]

CL 1 DOMINO 500E [SOD,DLF,IEF]
HH MISS ADVANCE 251B

Sire: GB L1 DOMINO 175E [CHB,SOD,DLF,HYF,IEF]  
  GB L1 DOM PRCS 3134 [DOD]

GB L1 DOMINO 159 [CHB]
GB L1 DOM PRCS 105

     
  L1 DOMINO 04380 L1 DOMINO 02347
L1 DOMINETTE 00532
Dam: L1 DOMINETTE 07427  
  L1 DOMINETTE 05539 L1 DOMINO 02423
L1 DOMINETTE 02439 [DOD,DLF,HYF,IEF]

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
2.3
49
86
29
54
.11
.08
$24

The high seller at Jamison's 2013 sale. I had my eye on a 175 son for a while and was beginning to wonder if I would ever find the right one. Then I saw 249 sucking his mother during the summer and I knew I was going to make a strong try at owning him. He is a natural service calf from a bull born in 2001. No that is not a misprint, 175 was still breeding in the pasture at 10 years old. His mother came from the Miles City herd. She is now in Jack Holden's embryo program. His genetics are elite but the proof comes with offspring. The first crop out of him was half on heifers and half on 3's. Since then I have used him on everything from great to average, cows to heifers and can't find out a way for using him to be wrong. The thing I am most excited about is going to be calving his heifers for the first time this spring.


LOOKING AHEAD - THE JR. HERD SIRES


BT L1 Domino 3305A
[DLF, HYF, IEF]
Born: February 14, 2013
Reg. #: 43398517

  CL 1 DOMINO 732T [CHB,DLF,IEF]

CL 1 DOMINO 590R [CHB,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMINETTE 507R [DOD,DLF,HYF,IEF]

Sire: CL 1 DOMINO 9125W 1ET [CHB,DLF,HYF,IEF]  
  CL 1 DOMINETTE 475P [DLF,HYF,IEF]

CL 1 DOMINO 824H [SOD,DLF,IEF]
CL 1 DOMMINETTE 200M [DOD]

     
  JA L1 DOMINO 5617R HH ADVANCE 286M 1ET [SOD,CHB,DLF,IEF]
JA L1 DOMINETTE 204M [DOD]
Dam: BT L1 DOMINETTE 8625  
  ER L1 DOMINETTE 0317K CL1 DOMINO 6105F 1ET
ER MISS ADVANCE 2156

 

BW
WW
YW
Milk
M&G
REA
Marb.
CHB
6.4
68
111
29
63
.49
-.02
$28

I have had my eye on a 9125 son since I first seen them at Jamison's mostly from the daughters he was raising but hadn't found the one to put me where I wanted to go until I saw 3305. After I picked my jaw off the ground and started asking questions I found out that he was no accident. His mother averages 104% while his grandmother averaged 103% weaning ratio. This is the most powerfull bull I have ever owned and yet he could be the easiest fleshing. Gordon Jamison told me he thought that 3305 could gain weight on straw and fresh water and after feeding him I think he is right. I am looking forward to seeing the proof at calving time and more especially at weaning time next year.