70 Red Angus Bred Heifers... Northeast CO

Listing Number
301C987
Location
Northeast Colorado
Ship From
Sterling CO
Breed
Red Angus
Registered?
No
Number for Sale
70 100% Red Angus Bred Heifers
Origin
Home-Raised
Age
Bred Heifers
Est. Weight
1025
Frame
Moderate
Condition
Medium Flesh
OCV
No
Horns
none
Pasture/Feed
Running out on Corn Stalks & fed Hay
Bred To
Wilson Red Angus
Preg Checked
To Be Checked
Start Calving
March 15
Finish Calving
May 1
Sell Part/All
48,000 lb. Load Lots
Delivery Date
ASAP
Price
$2100
Firm/Negotiable
Negotiable
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
Seller
Contact Information
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Premium Gals! Disposition, Fertility, Pelvic sized for calving ease, longevity!

  • These are front-end Red Angus heifers from a top quality outfit! Everything is managed correctly in this cow herd. The Bred Heifers are selling due to drought. They are gentle and ready to go to work. Pelvic sized at bangs vaccinations to ensure minimum calving issues. These heifers will calve on their own with minimal input and have the condition!
  • Would prefer to sell them in 55 & 15 head groups. Our cows are a source of pride for us, we have a reputation herd and have sold GAP4 calves on Superior video for the last two years. Before that we were typically in the top 1% of our marketing at the local sale barn for calf price. Replacement Heifers Retained from herd based on pelvic measurement ability to breed in one heat cycle on heifers and disposition. Fertility is our main selection. Factor followed closely by mature cow size. Sizing helps to prevent calving issues. Our cows are easy to handle, respect hot wire, and Barbwire fences. Culled for generations for fertility and disposition.
  • We are looking to sell them because we have had a drought for two years and we don't have any more grass. We've survived two years of bad dry weather and a big range fire. Cows are a forage-based herd we rotationally graze native grass in the summer and cornstalks and stockpiled feed in the winter with supplement protein as needed and supplement feed If we get snow cover. our cows are fed very little supplemental feed, weather permitting, and are very easy keeping in a moderate climate in northeast Colorado.
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Boe Robbie
Park City, Montana
Home Phone: 406.855.0051

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