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Foos Angus Ranch 19th Annual Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

From left to right: Renee and Bryce Foos and auctioneer Lynn Weishaar.

Foos Angus Ranch, owned by Renee, Bryce and Jenelle Foos, brought to town a uniform set of Angus bulls. It was a beautiful February day as a big crowd gathered for the first sale for the Foos Ranch, after they had lost Norman last year. I’m really enthused for this family, especially the way the buyers arrived, anxious to see the bulls and bid on this good set.

We felt that these bulls presented themselves extremely well – not too fat, but very sound and well grown. They still looked like bulls. This is a very interesting breeding program as most of the calf crop was sired by their herd bulls. Bryce feels this is the best way to get predictable females. Low birth weight bulls with performance especially drew attention from the bidders gathered for the sale.

Foos Angus Ranch, owned by Renee, Bryce and Jenelle Foos, brought to town a uniform set of Angus bulls. It was a beautiful February day as a big crowd gathered for the first sale for the Foos Ranch, after they had lost Norman last year. I’m really enthused for this family, especially the way the buyers arrived, anxious to see the bulls and bid on this good set.

We felt that these bulls presented themselves extremely well – not too fat, but very sound and well grown. They still looked like bulls. This is a very interesting breeding program as most of the calf crop was sired by their herd bulls. Bryce feels this is the best way to get predictable females. Low birth weight bulls with performance especially drew attention from the bidders gathered for the sale.

Foos Angus Ranch, owned by Renee, Bryce and Jenelle Foos, brought to town a uniform set of Angus bulls. It was a beautiful February day as a big crowd gathered for the first sale for the Foos Ranch, after they had lost Norman last year. I’m really enthused for this family, especially the way the buyers arrived, anxious to see the bulls and bid on this good set.

We felt that these bulls presented themselves extremely well – not too fat, but very sound and well grown. They still looked like bulls. This is a very interesting breeding program as most of the calf crop was sired by their herd bulls. Bryce feels this is the best way to get predictable females. Low birth weight bulls with performance especially drew attention from the bidders gathered for the sale.

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