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Roy, MT - Steer Calves

Nice SimX calves with lots of quality. Reduced herd size but kept the Qaulity!

Breed/Color: Commercial Angus and SimAngus. 100% black hided with A few BWF.
Approx Head Count: 67
Base Weight: 575
Approx Shipping Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2022
  • Final Price:  $205.00
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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.
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Representative and Contact Number
Boe Robbie 406.855.0051

Kind and Sex
Steer Calves

Sell
Per $CWT

Approx Head Count
67

Base Weight
575

Net Weight
38,525

Approximate Shipping Date
Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Breeds or Color Percentages
Commercial Angus and SimAngus. 100% black hided with A few BWF.

Weighing Conditions
AM Gather, Haul 15+ Miles, weigh on the ground straight

Weight Variance
Uneven (+/- 20%)

Frame Size
Large - Estimated Finish 1375+ lbs

Flesh Condition
Medium

Quality
FANCY

Health Program
Pre-Weaning & Post-Weaning Boosters

Vaccinations
May 8th - Vision 7 and Pasturella Pre-weaning shots and insecticide pour on will be administered in September

Weaned
Not Weaned

Origin
100% Home-Raised

Feed Program
On the Cow, grazing on Native Dryland Pasture

Location
Stockyards at Roy, MT

Feature
Reputation

Item # 722672

Qty Available
0

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Start Date
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Description

Hilltop Angus, Carr Angus, Koch Simmental, Bulls of the Big Sky Simmental, as well as sires raised from our own A.I. program from the best producing and phenotypic cows on the ranch. Recent A.I. sires include SAV Mustang, SAV Catalyst, SAV Pathfinder, CCR Cowboy Cut, Reich Ripper, Scheiffelbein Allied and more.

We have always received positive feedback on the health of our feeder calves in the feedlot. We select for cattle that can thrive in a harsh environment and produce a quality calf while being able to breed back in an acceptable window. The angus base of the cow herd keeps frame at a manageable size for the available inputs while crossing on Simmental sires to produce a hybrid feeder calf that will grow and perform in the feedlot and on the rail. Replacement heifers and home raised sires have generations of records within the herd to select for the best performing and phenotypic animals to put back into the program.

Very few replacements will be retained on the sort this year due to ongoing drought conditions.

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