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Denton, MT - Steer Calves

Front end set of calves that are even with a big sort!

Breed/Color: 85% CharX, 10% Black, 5% Red
Approx Head Count: 220
Base Weight: 530
Approx Shipping Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
  • Final Price:  $227.00
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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.
Representative and Contact Number
Boe Robbie - 406.855.0051

Kind and Sex
Verified Natural Steer Calves

Per $CWT

Approx Head Count

Base Weight

Net Weight

Approximate Shipping Date
Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Breeds or Color Percentages
85% CharX, 10% Black, 5% Red

Weighing Conditions
AM gather from pasture, Weigh with a 2% shrink

Weight Variance
Fairly Even (+/- 15%)

Frame Size
Large - Estimated Finish 1375+ lbs

Flesh Condition


Health Program
Calfhood & Pre-Weaning Vacs

UltraBac 7 Somnus & BoviShield Gold OneShot

Not Weaned

Value Added Program
Verified Natural & NHTC Legacy Verified

100% Home-Raised

Feed Program
On the Cow, Grazing native dryland pastures.

2 miles W of Denton, MT

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Verified Natural

Item # 705293

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This is a fancy front-end set of calves that will be very even.

The cow herd is primarily Black Angus and some Red angus cows with both strong maternal and growth traits. No small frame cows here!

Calves are sired mostly by Eaton Charolais bulls from Lindsay, MT.

These cattle are managed right, healthy and the family is great to work with!

They always bring a great looking set of calves to the scale and give us a big group to sort from. I sort them hard and still end up gate cutting cattle at the end to make them fit the truck.

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