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April 26th Producer's Special Exchange! (Archived #192879)

This Auction Uses Proxy Bidding.

Matador Cattle Co. Grass Heifers

94 Head F1 Cross Heifers at 700 lbs IMMEDIATE Delivery April 29-30

  Lot # 102
Breed/Color: 80% F1 Hereford Sired. Few CharX, Black Angus & Red (3-4 Akaushi)
Approx Head Count: 94
Base Weight: 700
  • Sold Winning Bid: $132.25
  • 6 Bid(s) View Bid History
  • High Bidder: sibley, IA
  •  1138 Page Views
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Livestock Payment Terms: Livestock Payments will be made in Escrow prior to shipping the livestock. Funds will be held in Escrow until after the Livestock are Shipped to the Buyer. Buyer has 24 Hours to Inspect Livestock before Funds are released to the Seller. Contact Boe Robbie @ 406.855.0051 for Sales information or questions regarding payment.

Light end off the Matador Cattle. Best out of 150 with the bottom end already sorted off. Nearly all cattle will have some Hereford influence. Cow herd is 75%+ Black White Faced and Red White Face Cows with Angus, Hereford and Charolais Sires. Test Weighed on April 8th. In the Feedlot pens at HQ getting long hay through a processor. Have had the Pinkeye Shots and are ready for turnout! Will make a big set of F1 Crossbred Heifers!

  • Representative and Contact Number Boe Robbie 406.855.0051
  • Kind and Sex Grass Heifers
  • Approx Head Count 94
  • Base Weight 700
  • Breeds or Color Percentages 80% F1 Hereford Sired. Few CharX, Black Angus & Red (3-4 Akaushi)
  • Vaccinations January 11th: Vision 7 Somnus, Vista Once Modified Live Virus, Dectomax Pour-on, 2 Rounds Pinkeye and a Revalor G
  • Feed Program Weaned on Long hay
  • Location Matador Ranch 10 mi S of Dillon MT, which is 250 miles West of Billings.
  • Weighing Conditions AM Gather, weigh on the ground with 3% shrink

  • Lot # 102
  • System ID # 195059
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Questions & Answers
Q: Hay fed hfrs with plenty of frame to make a nice 875 lb hfr. A good percentage of them will have nubbin horns. Look like the kind that wont bring the top of the market and could make some money if you know what I mean! -Scott posted by: scottrobbie 4/25/2019 1:07 PM MT