"The Greatest Obstacle to Discovery is not Ignorance -- It is the Illusion of Knowledge" ~ Daniel Boorstin
Don't try to tie a day to each female, as we all know they are all very different! I had a female cycle to be bred on day 24 before, so don't try to tie it to one day! Personally I think all females especially really good ones should be held out 2 months just to make sure they are not in season.
Helpy Helperson Regards,
AFC Iron Lines Sergeant Pepper "Pepper"
FC FTCH Westwood's Sunday Silence "Buck"
Sweet Swingin' Fred MH ***
One of those first 4 males may have been bred that morning or the day before...
High Tess JH
Cedar Swamp's Linden JH
Cedar Swamp's Cuttin a Rug
Cedar Swamp's Holy Terror JH (3 SH passes)
Blackfoot's Mr Independence at Cedar Swamp JH
Cedar Swamp's Angel in Disguise
Cedar Swamp's Test Pilot
Cedar Swamp's Bonanza
Cedar Swamp's Twisted Sister
Others have also graced our hearts...gone not forgotten.
RC Buckshot of Seven Hickories MH
Ceader Swamp's Deuces Wild SH
Fallen Timber's Second Chance MH
Ceader Swamp's Mac Millett SH
and several others...
I have a bitch in heat at the house with her brother in the kennel next to her. Had to install a 3' wall on her side to keep them from hooking up through the fence. Also, put a top on his kennel. She hasn't hit the magic day yet, but he's starting to get pretty fired up. Probably have to put him in the house in his crate the closer that day comes. Never a dull moment at my house.