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Big Timber, MT - Heifer Calves

Reputation customers with sharp looking calves born in 45 days!

Breed/Color: 100% Black Angus
Approx Head Count: 45
Base Weight: 500
Approx Shipping Date: Friday, October 7, 2022
  • Final Price:  $191.35
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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 or Scott Robbie - 406.855.0051 or 406.855.0534

Kind and Sex
Heifer Calves

Per $CWT

Approx Head Count

Base Weight

Net Weight

Approximate Shipping Date
Friday, October 7, 2022

Breeds or Color Percentages
100% Black Angus

Weighing Conditions
AM Gather, Haul 30 miles, Weigh on the ground Straight.

Weight Variance
Uneven (+/- 20%)

Frame Size
Medium - Estimated Finish 1250+ lbs

Flesh Condition


Health Program
Calfhood & Pre-Weaning Vacs

UltraBac 7 Somnus & BoviShield Gold OneShot

Not Weaned

100% Home-Raised

Feed Program
On the Cow, Grazing Mountain Pastures

Big Timber Stockyards at Big Timber, MT


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    T-U Ranch and the Tronrud family name goes back in Melville over 125 years! Before Montana was a state!

    100% Home-raised cow herd. Sired by high growth Felton Angus Bulls, selected for weaning weight and conformation.

    Cattle graze and winter in the foothills of the Crazy mountains and are used to the winter weather and usually have one or two snow storms on them by delivery.

    Despite the cold winter, these calves will have good full ears! All born in a 45 day cycle!

    Calves in the video show a little winter hair still. This is by necessity as the last snowfall was June 20th.

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