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Dillon, MT - Open Heifers

Angus X Hereford with frame and Muscle!

Breed/Color: 22% Solid Black, 66% BWF, 12% RWF: ( 5 RWF) 10% with horns, can be de-horned.
Approx Head Count: 63
Base Weight: 900
Approx Shipping Date: Saturday, October 15, 2022
  • Final Price:  $162.00
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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
Tested Open Heifers

Sell
Per $CWT

Approx Head Count
63

Base Weight
900

Net Weight
56,700

Approximate Shipping Date
Saturday, October 15, 2022

Breeds or Color Percentages
22% Solid Black, 66% BWF, 12% RWF: ( 5 RWF) 10% with horns, can be de-horned.

Weighing Conditions
AM Gather, weigh on the ground with 3% Shrink

Weight Variance
Uneven (+/- 20%)

Frame Size
Large - Estimated Finish 1375+ lbs

Flesh Condition
Medium

Quality
Choice

Health Program
Post Weaning Booster Vaccinations

Weaned
Weaned 90+ Days

Origin
100% Ranch-Raised

Feed Program
Running out, Rotational grazing on irrigated Pasture

Location
8 miles South of Dillon, MT

Feature
Reputation

Item # 740927

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0

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Description

The legendary Matador Ranch from SW Montana is the 2019 BQA Award Winning Cow Calf operation.

The ranch was founded in 1865 and has grown to one of the largest in Montana.

Tested open heifers off the breeding herd. 82 Open heifers, sort a load to 63 head to make a nice 56k load. 20%+ sort!

80%+ Could qualify for Greater Omaha's Hereford Premium Program.

The cow herd on the Matador is an Angus X Hereford cross. The cow coloration ranges from a small percentage (~10%) straight black with 80% of the cattle being a BWF or RWF and (~10%) having a Hereford coloration. Every cow has crossbred blood and won't be a full blood of any breed.

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