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Fuoss Angus Ranch builds new sale facility on their ranch near Draper, SD

Alaina Mousel, Editor

Fuoss Angus is a family ranching operation staking their future in the cattle business by building a livestock sale facility on their ranch. Their reasons for construction are simple: easier on the cattle; ideal for interacting with customers; and it provides a legacy for the next generation.

Dave and Kathy Fuoss, along with their children; Mike and his wife Lyranda, and sons Ty, Dylan and Ryan; and Todd and his wife Kelly; made the decision to host their own production sale after more than a decade of hosting sales at Presho (SD) Livestock Auction.

According to Dan Piroutek, who has worked with Fuoss Angus throughout the years, the Fuosses sell most of their bulls in a 150-mile radius of their place; basically “they sell to their neighbors.” In addition to cattle, they farm and “have some of the best pheasant hunting in South Dakota,” Piroutek said.

“We started out (selling cattle) pretty small, but the sales have been strong,” Dave said. On March 3, 2011, they will offer 100 bulls for sale and 60 home-raised bred heifers set to begin calving March 21, at their new sale facility on the ranch.

Fuoss Angus is a family ranching operation staking their future in the cattle business by building a livestock sale facility on their ranch. Their reasons for construction are simple: easier on the cattle; ideal for interacting with customers; and it provides a legacy for the next generation.

Dave and Kathy Fuoss, along with their children; Mike and his wife Lyranda, and sons Ty, Dylan and Ryan; and Todd and his wife Kelly; made the decision to host their own production sale after more than a decade of hosting sales at Presho (SD) Livestock Auction.

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According to Dan Piroutek, who has worked with Fuoss Angus throughout the years, the Fuosses sell most of their bulls in a 150-mile radius of their place; basically “they sell to their neighbors.” In addition to cattle, they farm and “have some of the best pheasant hunting in South Dakota,” Piroutek said.

“We started out (selling cattle) pretty small, but the sales have been strong,” Dave said. On March 3, 2011, they will offer 100 bulls for sale and 60 home-raised bred heifers set to begin calving March 21, at their new sale facility on the ranch.

Fuoss Angus is a family ranching operation staking their future in the cattle business by building a livestock sale facility on their ranch. Their reasons for construction are simple: easier on the cattle; ideal for interacting with customers; and it provides a legacy for the next generation.

Dave and Kathy Fuoss, along with their children; Mike and his wife Lyranda, and sons Ty, Dylan and Ryan; and Todd and his wife Kelly; made the decision to host their own production sale after more than a decade of hosting sales at Presho (SD) Livestock Auction.

According to Dan Piroutek, who has worked with Fuoss Angus throughout the years, the Fuosses sell most of their bulls in a 150-mile radius of their place; basically “they sell to their neighbors.” In addition to cattle, they farm and “have some of the best pheasant hunting in South Dakota,” Piroutek said.

“We started out (selling cattle) pretty small, but the sales have been strong,” Dave said. On March 3, 2011, they will offer 100 bulls for sale and 60 home-raised bred heifers set to begin calving March 21, at their new sale facility on the ranch.

Fuoss Angus is a family ranching operation staking their future in the cattle business by building a livestock sale facility on their ranch. Their reasons for construction are simple: easier on the cattle; ideal for interacting with customers; and it provides a legacy for the next generation.

Dave and Kathy Fuoss, along with their children; Mike and his wife Lyranda, and sons Ty, Dylan and Ryan; and Todd and his wife Kelly; made the decision to host their own production sale after more than a decade of hosting sales at Presho (SD) Livestock Auction.

According to Dan Piroutek, who has worked with Fuoss Angus throughout the years, the Fuosses sell most of their bulls in a 150-mile radius of their place; basically “they sell to their neighbors.” In addition to cattle, they farm and “have some of the best pheasant hunting in South Dakota,” Piroutek said.

“We started out (selling cattle) pretty small, but the sales have been strong,” Dave said. On March 3, 2011, they will offer 100 bulls for sale and 60 home-raised bred heifers set to begin calving March 21, at their new sale facility on the ranch.

Fuoss Angus is a family ranching operation staking their future in the cattle business by building a livestock sale facility on their ranch. Their reasons for construction are simple: easier on the cattle; ideal for interacting with customers; and it provides a legacy for the next generation.

Dave and Kathy Fuoss, along with their children; Mike and his wife Lyranda, and sons Ty, Dylan and Ryan; and Todd and his wife Kelly; made the decision to host their own production sale after more than a decade of hosting sales at Presho (SD) Livestock Auction.

According to Dan Piroutek, who has worked with Fuoss Angus throughout the years, the Fuosses sell most of their bulls in a 150-mile radius of their place; basically “they sell to their neighbors.” In addition to cattle, they farm and “have some of the best pheasant hunting in South Dakota,” Piroutek said.

“We started out (selling cattle) pretty small, but the sales have been strong,” Dave said. On March 3, 2011, they will offer 100 bulls for sale and 60 home-raised bred heifers set to begin calving March 21, at their new sale facility on the ranch.

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