Goodrich Place Inc.

Goodrich Place Inc.

Angus • Red Angus • Quarter Horses
A Performance Tradition

Cows

Cow Families

These are the foundation Angus and Red Angus cow families of the GPI herd. For over four decades and through many generations, we have selected for great dispositions, non- forgiving fertility and mothering ability along with the most elite curve bending genetics we could find each breeding season. Our herd has become what it has been selected to be. Generations of easy fleshing, voluminous matrons with the ability to produce breed leaders in most all traits. These are the mothers to numerous test station leaders, herd bull prospects and foundation females for many herds in the upper Midwest. We have visited many of the top herds in the country, and we come home even more proud of what many visitors claim as one of the most elite performance Angus herds in the upper Midwest. Learn more about each family:

• Blackbird
• Deb
• Faith

• Katinka
• Lass
• Lexy
• Missy

• Pride
• Princess
• Queen Roberta
• Redbird


The Blackbird Family

G P Blackbird 239

G P Blackbird 239

The founding member of the Blackbird tribe is Ankony B999 Lass 28073 (437N). She was purchased in 1981 as our pick of the Corbin influenced Emulous bred females at Ankony Shadow Isle Ranch of Minatare, Nebraska. Her grandam is Blackbird of Coalgate 21, the dam of Gaines Lady. Gaines Lady was arguably the most influential female from the Murray Corbin herd of Connerville, Oklahoma. This cow family has been extremely productive, fertile and long lasting. The highlights of our Blackbirds are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
16693362 G P Blackbird 018 Sitz Upward 307R
17524589 G P Blackbird 302 WMR Timeless 458
17823952 G P Blackbird 405 Connealy Shrek 4242
18108294 G P Blackbird 511 JMB Traction 292
18108249 G P Blackbird 515 Connealy Shrek 4242
18455507 GP Blackbird 621 Deer Valley Patriot 3222

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The Faith Family

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The initial member of this cow family is LSF Faith LA416. LA416 was purchased in 2001 from Ludvigson Stock Farm of Cushing, Iowa. We feel that LA416 was the best Marias daughter to sell in 2001. This cow family has been extremely prolific, producing many great herd bulls. The Faiths are some of the top matrons in the breed. Some of our most impressive Faiths are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1221540 G P Faith 803 LCC Field Day A614N
1420979 G P Faith 127 Brown Covenant U7548
1671125 G P Faith 418 Brown Smithsonian Y7123
1735519 GP Faith 508 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
1735521 GP Faith 516 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
3524113 GP Faith 625 Brown Premier X7876

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The Katinka Family

The founding member of the Katinka tribe is Ankony B999 Lass 35824 (824R). 824R was purchased in the fall of 1974 from Ankony Angus Corporation of Bloomfield, Iowa. As a senior in high school, my best friend and future wife, Claudine, and I ventured to Bloomfield to add some Dynamo daughters to our Angus herd. As young seventeen-year-olds, we were overwhelmed when we found ourselves selecting through over 400 heifers. The Katinka family is one of our originals and has stood the test of time. Despite selection and hard culling over the last four decades, the Katinkas are still some of the most prominent females in our herd. Short gestation with superior growth and maternal traits best describe the Katinka females. These are some of our most prominent Katinkas:

Reg. No. Name Sire
16693360 G P Katinka 007 Sitz Upward 307R
16903416 G P Katinka 132 Sitz Upward 307R
17524591 G P Katinka 324 G A R Ingenuity
17823960 G P Katinka 409 Connealy Consensus 7229
18108296 G P Katinka 514 JMB Traction 292
18455508 G P Katinka 614 Connealy Shrek 4242
18455506 G P Katinka 615 Deer Valley All In

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The Lass Family

G P Lass 223

G P Lass 223

The founding member of the Lass cow family is BUF CRK Lass 4933. 4933 was purchased from the Chase family, Buffalo Creek Red Angus of Leiter, Wyoming. We feel extremely lucky to have purchased 4933. After traveling ten hours and spending the night in Rapid City, we awoke the morning of the sale to an extreme snow storm, and we still had three hours of driving ahead of us. The freeway was closed in Buffalo, Wyoming, but because of our dedication and desire to attend the sale, we pulled in behind a snowplow and followed it through the two to four foot drifts on the freeway. The Lass family has some of the most efficient, good udder, high marbling females in our herd. A few of our special Lasses are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1735516 G P Lass 520 Brown Smithsonian Y7123

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The Lexy Family

The founding member of the Lexy family is Lexy 1199 S D G. 1199 was purchased in 1999 from Steven Goodfellow of Bruce, South Dakota. We were looking to add a new cow family with breed-leading growth and style, and 1199 was what we thought to be one of the top heifers to sell in the fall of 1999. The Lexys are just that — tremendous growth and extremely eye appealing. Some of our best performing Lexys are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
16903411 G P Lexy 116 Rito 7O65 of Rita 5M46 Obj
18455502 G P Lexy 617 Rito 9Q13 of Rita 5F56 G4M

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The Missy Family

The founding member of the Missy family is HF Strategy Max 502. She was purchased in the spring of 2007 along with the entire herd from long time friends Paul & Peggy Hanson from Welch, MN. The Missy family are moderate framed, well balanced, and extremely productive. Our best Missys:

Reg. No. Name Sire
17246739 G P Missy 216 Connealy Consensus 7229
16693368 G P Missy 023 Sitz Upward 307R
17823957 G P Missy 417 Connealy Shrek 4242
18108297 G P Missy 509 Connealy Shrek 4242
18455504 G P Missy 610 Connealy Shrek 4242
18455501 G P Missy 524 RB Tour of Duty 177

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The Pride Family

G P Pride 123

G P Pride 123

G P Pride 305

G P Pride 305

The founding member of the Pride family is Ankony B999 Lass E9054 (175). 175 was purchased in the fall of 1974 from Ankony Angus Corporation of Bloomfield, Iowa. As a senior in high school, Claudine and I ventured to Bloomfield to add some Dynamo daughters to our Angus herd. The Prides are the basis of our herd. They have been selected for moderate birth weight, breed-leading growth and elite carcass for generations. They have become exactly what they have been selected for. The Prides of the Goodrich Place are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1594226 G P Pride 301 G P Wallace 016
1735526 G P Pride 501 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
35241009 G P Pride 604 Brown Pursuit A7670

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The Princess Family

G PP rincess 125

G P Princess 125

The founding member of the Princess family is Ankony Miss Emulous 510H9 (Y700). In the fall of 1989, we ran a computer search to find the top WW and YW EPD non-parent females in the breed. Y700 was in the top ten in both areas. We purchased Y700 from Ankony Shadow Isle Ranch of Minatare, Nebraska, after spending almost three hours searching the lots for Y700, not wanting the staff at Ankony to know what we were looking for. Y700 descends from Miss Emulous 243 who we owned before selling her at 19 years of age to Vintage Angus of California. Miss Emulous 243 is the dam of Emulation 31. These females have produced many of our high-indexing bulls each year. The best of the Princess family are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
16367123 G P Princess 916 TC Total 410
1361944 G P Miss Emulous 011 Ankonian Dynamo
1420984 G P Miss Emulous 133 Emulous Pride 127
1594227 G P Miss Emulous 305 Ankonian Dynamo
1671122 G P Miss Emulous 401 Emulation 31
18114199 G P Princess 521 JMB Traction 292
3524102 GP Miss Emulous 605 DP Dynamo 012
3524106 GP Miss Emulous 609 Ankonian Cornhusker

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The Queen Roberta Family

The original member is CFRA Queen Roberta 9732. 9732 was purchased from Clarence Caraway of Lake Benton, Minnesota, in 1998. The Queen Roberta family has produced numerous test station winners and high IMF indexing progeny including G P Queen Roberta 103, the second high IMF female in the Red Angus breed. The Queen Robertas are easy fleshing, highly maternal, high IMF ratioing females. A sampling of Queen Roberta females are:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1671120 G P Queen Roberta 425 G P Wallace 016

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The Redbird Family

The beginning member of the Redbird family is D Touch of Class which we purchased from Dennis Dommer of Iowa. The Redbirds are very fertile, productive, hard working cows which wean some of our highest percent weaning weight to mature cow weight in our herd. The best of our Redbirds:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1420977 G P Redbird 114 LJC Mission Statement P27
1594219 G P Redbird 304 G P Wallace 016
1735524 G P Redbird 503 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
1735515 G P Redbird 506 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
1737850 GP Redbird 528 Brown Smithsonian Y7123
3524099 GP Redbird 603 Brown Smithsonian Y7123
3524103 GP Redbird 619 Brown Premier X7876

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The Deb Family

The founding member of the Deb family is Bieber Deb 4358. She was purchased in 1998 with a large group of cows that originated from Bieber Red Angus of Leola, South Dakota. The Bieber purchase has proven to be very profitable and has added some unique and powerful genetics to our herd. The Debs are easy keeping, high marbling and extremely productive. A sampling of our Debs:

Reg. No. Name Sire
1594221 G P Deb 303 G P Wallace 016
1737850 G P Deb 512 LSF RAB Exclusive 2793Z
3524108 G P Deb 611 Brown Pursuit A7670

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Mark and Claudine Goodrich
Cattle and Operation Managers
(715) 263-2453, farm
(651) 491-8752, cell
gp-angus@hotmail.com

Mark & Claudia

Goodrich Place, Inc.
3032 210th Avenue
Emerald, Wisconsin 54013

Christine Forsblade
Cattle Specialist
(715) 440-4399, cell

Melinda Goodrich
Equine Specialist
(715) 781-3207, cell

Jesse Goodrich
Construction / Maintenance Specialist
(651) 245-9813, cell