WS KING TEN 113 D14
His picture speaks for itself, WS KING TEN 113 D14 is a sound footed, heavy pigmented and conservatively marked bull. Well equipped with a strong pedigree that traces back to KING TEN and LCC TWO TIMIN 438 ET “Harley” on the sire side and a highly productive 13 year old Dam that still runs in our herd today. This clean fronted, smooth shouldered bull carries plenty of meat and muscle, and has been given the Wiese stamp of approval as a dependable and profitable herd sire for years to come.

BW: 3.4 • WW: 45 • YW: 77 • Milk: 17 • M&G: 40


Pick of 2016 Bred Heifers
With 81 bred replacement heifers to select from, we invite the buyer to visit the Wiese operation and select the heifer of their choice from the Spring 2016 calf crop. These individuals have been carefully selected and bred to either a low birthweight, heavy pigmented King Ten grandson or calving ease Angus bull with genetics tracing back to the historic Devereux Soleil herd. Our reputable heifers combine an easy fleshing, maternal look with an instinct for docility and superb mothering abilities. Good pigmentation, outstanding udder & teat structure, and the ability to thrive in any environment defines this set of functional females. We pride ourselves in producing low input brood cows that provide longevity and fertility for any producer’s cow herd. With genetic lines consisting of King Ten, Battle, Grand Mark, and Duke, our females represent all that is great within the Hereford breed and will add profit to the bottom line.