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Broken Arrow Angus Ranch Fall Bull Sale

Scott Dirk

Broken Arrow Angus Ranch, owned by Travis and Katie Krein and family, hosted their annual Fall Bull sale at the ranch sale barn on the south edge of Harrison, NE on Dec. 14. There was a nice crowd of buyers from the region on hand to evaluate and purchase this set of “Real World Rancher Type” bulls.

The bulls that make the cut for the annual sale need to make it on grass and mother’s milk alone. They are not propped up on supplement, creep feed or lick tubs. They prove themselves on good easy-fleshing genetics and what the ranch can produce. This was a very uniform set of 18-month-old and yearling bulls.

Also in the sale was a great selection of what Broken Arrow Angus calls “Gene Pool” bulls. The genetic base of these bulls is a strong mix of 6807, Emulous Wye and old Canadian breeding. These “Gene Pool” bulls come out of multiple-sire breeding pastures, are very consistent in type and breeding pedigrees. They sale format on this set up bulls was very simple – bulls were sorted as calving ease bulls and cow bulls. The winning bidder had the option to take one or roll the entire pen, ensuring a very uniform calf crop.

Broken Arrow Angus Ranch, owned by Travis and Katie Krein and family, hosted their annual Fall Bull sale at the ranch sale barn on the south edge of Harrison, NE on Dec. 14. There was a nice crowd of buyers from the region on hand to evaluate and purchase this set of “Real World Rancher Type” bulls.

The bulls that make the cut for the annual sale need to make it on grass and mother’s milk alone. They are not propped up on supplement, creep feed or lick tubs. They prove themselves on good easy-fleshing genetics and what the ranch can produce. This was a very uniform set of 18-month-old and yearling bulls.

Also in the sale was a great selection of what Broken Arrow Angus calls “Gene Pool” bulls. The genetic base of these bulls is a strong mix of 6807, Emulous Wye and old Canadian breeding. These “Gene Pool” bulls come out of multiple-sire breeding pastures, are very consistent in type and breeding pedigrees. They sale format on this set up bulls was very simple – bulls were sorted as calving ease bulls and cow bulls. The winning bidder had the option to take one or roll the entire pen, ensuring a very uniform calf crop.

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