GKB Cattle Donates Heifer to Benefit Hereford Youth
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Gary and Kathy Buchholz of GKB Cattle, Waxahachie, Texas, have generously donated GKB 8144 Notice Me Too B19 ET to sell as Lot 1, the foundation female, Jan. 17 during the Mile High Night Sale during the National Western Stock Show in Denver. All proceeds will benefit the Hereford Youth Foundation of America (HYFA) and the “Growing a Lasting Legacy” campaign supporting leadership and education for the next generation of Hereford youth.
“On behalf of HYFA, I’d like to thank Gary and Kathy Buchholz for donating the best from the heart of their program,” says Ray Ramsey, HYFA president. “If Gary and Kathy did not feel so strongly about the junior Hereford program, I’m sure none of us would have had a chance to own one of this caliber.”
GKB Notice Me Too’s pedigree is stacked three generations with national champions from top to bottom. The exceptional January 2011 daughter of BR Currency 8144 ET is bred to NJW 98S R117 Ribeye 88X ET, sire of the world-record-selling bull C Miles McKee.
“When I saw GKB Notice Me Too, my first thought was, ‘I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t want to own this one,’” Ramsey adds. “She is flawless in her design, a perfect picture of what a great young cow should look like. She represents some of the freshest, most-sought-after genetics in the industry today. If you’re looking for a donor to anchor your program, don’t squander the opportunity to own one that would never have left GKB if she was not the Lot 1 HYFA foundation female.”
Visit Herefordyouthfoundation.org/foundation-female/notice/ for more information on the lot, or contact Amy Cowan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-842-3757.
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