A LOOK BACK

A LOOK BACK

Submitted by on Wed, 08/29/2018 - 12:23

A look back: Aug. 29, 1961

Hi-Carbon Gladiola’s Mischief, registered a Guernsey bull, owned by S.R. Laslocky, Riverside, New Jersey, has become a Resummarized Sire, according to the American Guernsey Cattle Club. Mischief now has 31 daughters with 71 official production records. Their average production is 9,006 pounds of milk and 479 pounds of fat, when converted to a twice-daily milking, 305-day, mature equivalent basis.

This fine Guernsey bull was bred by P.J. McCall of Lehighton. This bull’s sire was Open Hearth Mischief and its dam was Gladiola’s Aheta that posted an official production record of 14,014 of milk and 784 pounds of fat.

Mischief also has had seven of his registered daughters classified with an average rating of desirable.