# for Sale:
Mixed... Braford, Brangus, Brahman, &
Most 1st & 2nd Calf Cows... None over
4 years old
Average 1,100 lbs.
Polled & horned
Bred Back To:
Exposed to Charolais, Angus, Braford,
& Brahman bulls
or Exposed & Calving Period
Braford, Hereford, & 1 Angus bull
2 to 5 months old as of mid March...
70 fall calves & 70 spring calves
Average 300 lbs.
Negotiable... Contact seller for current
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is nice set of "Marsh Cows"
Brafords, 3/4 Bloods,
Most are 1st or 2nd
calvers, none of the cows in the offering are over 4 years old.
The calves are sired
by Braford, Hereford, and he had 1 Angus Bull turned out.
They have been running
back with Charolais, Angus, Braford, and a Brahman Bull.
I bet over half the
pairs are 3-n-1's!!
With the exception of
a few of the Brahmans, all these cows are HOME Raised!!
140 pairs in offering
more calving daily!
I am pricing the purebred
Brahmans different from the rest of the cattle in the offering.
Serious Inquiries only.
These young ladies are
NOT TRADER cattle as they have never seen the inside of a sale barn!!
Call or e-mail
if you have any questions.
welcomed from Prospective Buyers Only. Contact for any
other reason makes you both unethical and a nuisance.
Listings on The Cattle Range Are Not Always Current .
if Seller tells you the cattle are SOLD or not
for sale Notify
TCR Anonymously .
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to pay by Cashier's Check or Credit Card for more than your price and wants
you to send the difference to another party... DON'T !!! . It's
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prospective buyer unless you are certain the buyer is legitimate.
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avoid buyers wanting to do a transaction exclusively by e-mail... If they won't talk
to you, caution is in order and don't respond to e-mails that are confusing
or make no sense.