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Haas G Bar H Cattle Co. Complete Dispersal Sale

Scott Dirk

Due to declining health over the past year, the Haas Family made the decision to disperse this great herd of cattle. The females were mated to some of the top performance sires in the Angus breed. They will go on to make fantastic additions or start-up herds for the many buyers from across the Midwest that filled the seats at the Torrington Livestock Auction Market.

Angus heritage runs deep at G Bar H Cattle Co. In 1937, Geo. F. Haas bought his first two registered Angus females thus making 2010 the 73rd year in the registered Angus business. In 1998 the herd was recognized as a historic Angus herd by the American Angus Association.

The Haas family is very proud of the fact that approximately 80 percent of the bulls in their annual sale have sold to repeat buyers. They have strived to raise bulls that will work for the commercial man in the real world of the cattle producer. The bulls have gone from the harsh conditions of the desert to the high altitude of the mountains and every environment between, with very satisfied customers.

Due to declining health over the past year, the Haas Family made the decision to disperse this great herd of cattle. The females were mated to some of the top performance sires in the Angus breed. They will go on to make fantastic additions or start-up herds for the many buyers from across the Midwest that filled the seats at the Torrington Livestock Auction Market.

Angus heritage runs deep at G Bar H Cattle Co. In 1937, Geo. F. Haas bought his first two registered Angus females thus making 2010 the 73rd year in the registered Angus business. In 1998 the herd was recognized as a historic Angus herd by the American Angus Association.

The Haas family is very proud of the fact that approximately 80 percent of the bulls in their annual sale have sold to repeat buyers. They have strived to raise bulls that will work for the commercial man in the real world of the cattle producer. The bulls have gone from the harsh conditions of the desert to the high altitude of the mountains and every environment between, with very satisfied customers.

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Due to declining health over the past year, the Haas Family made the decision to disperse this great herd of cattle. The females were mated to some of the top performance sires in the Angus breed. They will go on to make fantastic additions or start-up herds for the many buyers from across the Midwest that filled the seats at the Torrington Livestock Auction Market.

Angus heritage runs deep at G Bar H Cattle Co. In 1937, Geo. F. Haas bought his first two registered Angus females thus making 2010 the 73rd year in the registered Angus business. In 1998 the herd was recognized as a historic Angus herd by the American Angus Association.

The Haas family is very proud of the fact that approximately 80 percent of the bulls in their annual sale have sold to repeat buyers. They have strived to raise bulls that will work for the commercial man in the real world of the cattle producer. The bulls have gone from the harsh conditions of the desert to the high altitude of the mountains and every environment between, with very satisfied customers.

Due to declining health over the past year, the Haas Family made the decision to disperse this great herd of cattle. The females were mated to some of the top performance sires in the Angus breed. They will go on to make fantastic additions or start-up herds for the many buyers from across the Midwest that filled the seats at the Torrington Livestock Auction Market.

Angus heritage runs deep at G Bar H Cattle Co. In 1937, Geo. F. Haas bought his first two registered Angus females thus making 2010 the 73rd year in the registered Angus business. In 1998 the herd was recognized as a historic Angus herd by the American Angus Association.

The Haas family is very proud of the fact that approximately 80 percent of the bulls in their annual sale have sold to repeat buyers. They have strived to raise bulls that will work for the commercial man in the real world of the cattle producer. The bulls have gone from the harsh conditions of the desert to the high altitude of the mountains and every environment between, with very satisfied customers.

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