Aserlay Altair with Dam, Palgrove Aletta 19
Palgrove Estalla 176 - click image for more information
A commercial Brahman herd has been established to emphasize the role of Charolais as the breed to promote better crossbreds.
The Glasshouse Mountains viewed when approaching the property
  • Aserlay Altair with Dam, Palgrove Aletta 19
  • Palgrove Estalla 176  -  click image for more information
  • A commercial Brahman herd has been established to emphasize the role of Charolais as the breed to promote better crossbreds.
  • The Glasshouse Mountains viewed when approaching the property

Coming Sales:

5 Bulls are ready for sale February 2013!! 
Aserlay Altair AF9F2E, Aserlay Arden (P) AF9G1E, Aserlay Evander AF9G2E, Aserlay Duke (P) AF9G3E, and Aserlay Lance AF9G4E

 

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PALGROVE JASMINE 12 (P)

Tattoo:  PK C497E
Calved:  25.8.07

            S:  Seawell Icon
    S:  Seawell Offshore
            D:  Seawell Hermione
S:  PALGROVE ZANDA
            S:  Palgrove Hot Shot
    D:  Palgrove Bronwin 40 Q104E
            D:  Palgrove Bronwin 15 F74D

            S:  Palgrove Quintero
    S:  Palgrove Outback (P)
            D:  Idlewild Palgrove Festoon (P)
D:  PALGROVE JASMINE 4 (P) W221E
            S:  Glenlea Masterpiece R/F
    D:  Palgrove Jasmine 2 (P) R253E
            D:  Riverglen M108D (P)

  • Look at the hindquarter, length, thickness and constitution here.  She's polled as a bonus.
  • A good set of performance numbers.  Her sire is a really powerful Offshore son who is doing a sterling job.

Sadly, our 2010 year started out bad on 9/Jan/10 when Jasmine died.  And, she was 8 months pregnant.  Of the four prize Charolais animals we bought, she had become our favourite; she was gentle, calm, great body make-up, and she had become somewhat of a pet.  She swallowed a green orange that she picked off an orange tree near the front of the property while we were preparing the other three animals for AI.  The hard, half grown, green orange lodged in her oesophagus and would not pass into the stomach.  We worked hard for 3 days with a vet trying to save her; we even kept her hydrated and fed by putting water and water based feed through a side hole directly into her stomach.  However, the orange did not move and we lost the battle to save her.  It is a bummer both on lost dollars and lost gene pool that we really wanted.

 

PALGROVE JASMINE 12  (P)
PALGROVE JASMINE 12  (P)
PALGROVE JASMINE 12  (P)
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