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Jordan, MT - Weaned GAP Heifers

GAP 4 - Green! Fly weight Heifers to go any direction!

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Breed/Color: 100% Black Angus
Approx Head Count: 52
Base Weight: 370
Approx Shipping Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2022
  • Final Price:  $205.00
Payment Options
Payment Instructions
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.
Details
Approx Head Count
52

Approximate Shipping Date
Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Base Weight
370

Breeds or Color Percentages
100% Black Angus

Feature
GAP

Feed Program
Running out on pasture, fed chopped hay and hand fed DDGs.

Flesh Condition
Light Flesh / Green

Frame Size
Small - Estimated Finish 1200+ lbs

Health Program
Pre-Weaning & Post-Weaning Boosters

Kind and Sex
Weaned GAP Heifers

Location
22 miles West of Jordan, MT

Net Weight
19,200

Origin
100% Home-Raised

Readable Tattoo
No

Representative and Contact Number
Boe Robbie - 406.855.0051

Sell
Per $CWT

Slide
$0.20 Slide

Value Added Program
GAP 4

Weaned
Weaned 90+ Days

Weighing Conditions
AM Gather, Weighed on the ground with 2% Shrink.

Weight Variance
Very Uneven (+/- 25%)

Item # 673604

Qty Available
0

End Date
Start Date
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Description

Green cattle coming from dry country in Eastern Montana.

These home-raised calves have been weaned since September. They've have been running on dryland pasture, fed hay during the winter months with supplemental DDGs.

These calves are small because they have faced nothing but drought and hard conditions their whole lives. They are healthy and hardy. I think they will gain well on the right kind of feed. They have lots of potential to reach 2023 fat markets and will take the GAP premiums.

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