July 2018 National Southern - Simmental Steers

Cattle that did not place in the top ten are not listed in order.

Animal Owner Placing
Steers
~JH~ TH Olympian SS31 ET J H Acres Breed Champion
          The thickest hindquarter in the class. Not the right frame size for this group. Needs a little more depth of rib. The best hing leg in the class. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
~JH~ Olympics SS34 J H Acres Breed Reserve Champion
          I don't like how the hind legs are setup. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
~JH~ Olympian Wine SS33 ET J H Acres 3rd in Class
          I'd like to see some more stifle muscle here. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
G F SM Bones S 85 GrassFarmer 4th in Class
          The best topline in the class. Just doesn't have the pop in the stifle. A litte light boned compared to the rest of the class. The deepest animal in the class. A little incorrect up front. I don't like how the hind legs are setup. We would like to see a little more neck extension here. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
~JH~ American SS027 J H Acres 5th in Class
          Narrow topped. The most correctly sized frame. The best bone structure in the class. Needs a little more depth of rib. A little incorrect up front. We would like to see a little more neck extension here. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
GrassFarmer Bull Calf #16713309 Intense Ranch 6th in Class
          Just doesn't have it over the topline. Pretty narrow from behind. The best stifle muscle in the class. A litte light boned compared to the rest of the class. The best front legs in the class. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
~JH~ American Storm SS35 ET J H Acres 7th in Class
          Pretty narrow from behind. Not the right frame size for this group. This steer is about as close to choice as you can get.
S~C~C Jun18 16769503 Skull Creek Cattle 8th in Class
          The best neck extension in the class.