225 Angus/Salers & Salers Pairs... S. Central ND
- Listing Number
- S. Central North Dakota
- Ship From
- Napoleon, ND
- Angus, Salers
- Number for Sale
- 225 Head
- Home grown
- 3 to 6 years old
- Est. Weight
- Average 1,350 lbs.
- Medium Flesh
- Current on Vaccinations
- Bred Back To
- Preg Checked
- # Calves
- 225 Calves
- Sired By
- Reg. Salers or Charolais bulls
- 2 1/2 months old as of late July
- Average 200 lbs
- Medium Flesh
- Current on Vaccinations
- Sell Part/All
- 48,000 lb. Load Lots
- Delivery Date
- Available Now
- $1,985 per head
- Payment Terms
- Wire Transfer
- Contact Information
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This is a hardy set of cows that mostly run out on corn stocks and pasture...
Complete dispersion (2nd to 5th-calf Pairs).
70 black cows with mostly Charolais or black calves at side.
75 Red and RWF cows with atomic force sired Red Salers calves at side @ $1,985.
80 Red and RWF cows with Charolais calves at side @ $2,050.
This is a complete dispersion of all my cows @ $1,985.
Currently in 3 pastures in groups listed above.
Cows are predominantly Salers, Salers/Angus, or Angus cows.
Out of Macdonald breeding.
This is a herd that I started in 2013.
Cows had their first calves in 2015.
They would be the oldest cows and there are about an even number of ages in each year from 5th calvers all the way down to 2nd calvers.
Cows have always been on a Purina mineral program with fly control and have been current on their vaccinations.
In Fall, Virashield 6, Cattle Master Gold 5, Inforce 3, 7-Way, Scour Guard 9, Dectomax Injectable, and poured with clean-up.
In Spring, Scour Guard 9 Booster, 7-Way, Inforce 3, MultiMin 90, Dectomax Injectable, and poured with clean-up.
At turn out time cows were poured with Dectomax.
I created this herd with low maintenance in mind.
I have not assisted a cow or put a calf up to suck in two years.
All have good bags and good feet.
Younger cows weighing around 1,200 lbs. to 1,300 lbs. and 4th & 5th calvers around 1,400+ lbs.
Charolais bulls all out of R Lazy B Genetics and are all ledger or Fargo sons.
Bulls were selected on high weaning weight and high yearling weight EPD's.
All bulls with a TSI over 220.
Salers calves are all out of Atomic force Sons or his embryo brother Burleigh.
Salers bulls selected on weaning weight and maternal qualities.
Calves are all tagged to match cow and were given a round of shots.
1 shot BVD, Inforce 3, 7-Way, bull calves were banded and given a Calgary 9, steer calves and char heifers were given a Synovex C Implant.
At turn out time were poured with Dectomax.
They have not been exposed back yet.
This is a uniform, gentle set of cows with high growth calves at side.
Salers heifer calves would make excellent herd cows.
Would like to sell in groups listed above would sell smaller groups but at a premium and would be gate run.
Give me Dylan a call or text to come and look.
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