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Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch: Performance genetics for tomorrow

Amanda Nolz

For the Alan and Pam Hojer family, their well-established Gelbvieh and Balancer cowherd started in 1990 with the modest purchase of 10 cows at the Double E Gelbvieh dispersal sale. In their first bull sale, Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch sold just three bulls.

Today, Alan and Pam; along with their children, Blake and his wife Jenn; Nikki and Christian, offer 120 bulls and 60 females in their annual sale each March. They also maintain 300 cows and are working to expand the cowherd, as well as starting a backgrounding program. Alan and Pam have continued to develop their growing operation, located near De Smet, SD, all while placing an emphasis on the most important thing, family.

For the Alan and Pam Hojer family, their well-established Gelbvieh and Balancer cowherd started in 1990 with the modest purchase of 10 cows at the Double E Gelbvieh dispersal sale. In their first bull sale, Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch sold just three bulls.

Today, Alan and Pam; along with their children, Blake and his wife Jenn; Nikki and Christian, offer 120 bulls and 60 females in their annual sale each March. They also maintain 300 cows and are working to expand the cowherd, as well as starting a backgrounding program. Alan and Pam have continued to develop their growing operation, located near De Smet, SD, all while placing an emphasis on the most important thing, family.

For the Alan and Pam Hojer family, their well-established Gelbvieh and Balancer cowherd started in 1990 with the modest purchase of 10 cows at the Double E Gelbvieh dispersal sale. In their first bull sale, Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch sold just three bulls.

Today, Alan and Pam; along with their children, Blake and his wife Jenn; Nikki and Christian, offer 120 bulls and 60 females in their annual sale each March. They also maintain 300 cows and are working to expand the cowherd, as well as starting a backgrounding program. Alan and Pam have continued to develop their growing operation, located near De Smet, SD, all while placing an emphasis on the most important thing, family.

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For the Alan and Pam Hojer family, their well-established Gelbvieh and Balancer cowherd started in 1990 with the modest purchase of 10 cows at the Double E Gelbvieh dispersal sale. In their first bull sale, Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch sold just three bulls.

Today, Alan and Pam; along with their children, Blake and his wife Jenn; Nikki and Christian, offer 120 bulls and 60 females in their annual sale each March. They also maintain 300 cows and are working to expand the cowherd, as well as starting a backgrounding program. Alan and Pam have continued to develop their growing operation, located near De Smet, SD, all while placing an emphasis on the most important thing, family.

For the Alan and Pam Hojer family, their well-established Gelbvieh and Balancer cowherd started in 1990 with the modest purchase of 10 cows at the Double E Gelbvieh dispersal sale. In their first bull sale, Hojer Gelbvieh Ranch sold just three bulls.

Today, Alan and Pam; along with their children, Blake and his wife Jenn; Nikki and Christian, offer 120 bulls and 60 females in their annual sale each March. They also maintain 300 cows and are working to expand the cowherd, as well as starting a backgrounding program. Alan and Pam have continued to develop their growing operation, located near De Smet, SD, all while placing an emphasis on the most important thing, family.

editor’s note: for more information on hojer gelvieh ranch, visit http://www.hojergelbviehranch.com.

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