• Buffalo Gap now has a Hired Hand Powered Website

    by Molly Clubb | Nov 18, 2013
    We're proud to announce that the Hired Hand powered website for Buffalo Gap Longhorns is now live and ready for viewing just a short month after they signed up for our services at the 2013 TLBAA Horn Showcase & Sale. John & Lauren Clark are new breeders (October 2012) and are working hard to build a top-notch program. "We are focused on building a foundation herd using some of the best genetics in the industry through both AI and Embryo Transfer. Our program is utilizing semen from industry leaders: CV Cowboy Casanova, BL Cowboy Tuff Chex, and Spur Texa, a bull we own an interest in. The breeding plan is focused on horn, color, disposition, and consistency. As we build our foundation herd from these proven producers we will be retaining the heifers for further improvement in our long range plan," says John.
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  • Welcome to the Team Angela Rosine!

    by Molly Clubb | Nov 06, 2013
    Hired Hand is pleased and excited to announce that Angela Rosine has joined our team. Angela has been a customer and user of Hired Hand Software for years and says she is excited to make the transition to our sales team. She will be heading up our new Equine Division focusing on Quarter Horses. If you're a horse enthusiast or serious breeder and are in need of a fresh, new approach to your website marketing please contact Angela today at mailto:angela@hiredhandsoftware.com or by calling her at 262-224-8406.
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  • HubbellLonghorns.net is Now Powered by Hired Hand Software!

    by Molly Clubb | Nov 04, 2013
    We're proud to announce that the website for Mark Hubbell, Hubbell Longhorns is now powered by Hired Hand Software. Mark decided to switch his existing site over to the Hired Hand system a few months ago. He credits Hired Hand's ease of use, powerful interactive pedigrees and the number of Longhorn customers behind it to his reasons for making the change. Previously Mark had to send updates, new photos, etc. over to a web designer and wait for the updates to be completed. Now, with his Hired Hand site he is able to make any updates he wants from any device with internet and can even update his animal information from his smart phone.
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