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Isaacs Cattle Co. "Made in America" Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

Norman Kleeb and granddaughter Anna Thompson of Page, NE, bought the top bull.

Isaacs Cattle Co., owned by Nick and Elaine Issacs, hosted an overflow crowd for their annual production sale at the ranch. The snow was melting on sale day and the buyers bid up very aggressively for this good set of bulls.

The Isaacs cattle are bred to be moderately framed, easy fleshing cattle with low birth weights. Nick wants his females to be fertile, and to be especially good in the quality of their udders. Their bulls have a natural pattern to them – they are naturally thick made and easy fleshing, bred to sire better females.

Isaacs Cattle Co., owned by Nick and Elaine Issacs, hosted an overflow crowd for their annual production sale at the ranch. The snow was melting on sale day and the buyers bid up very aggressively for this good set of bulls.

The Isaacs cattle are bred to be moderately framed, easy fleshing cattle with low birth weights. Nick wants his females to be fertile, and to be especially good in the quality of their udders. Their bulls have a natural pattern to them – they are naturally thick made and easy fleshing, bred to sire better females.

Isaacs Cattle Co., owned by Nick and Elaine Issacs, hosted an overflow crowd for their annual production sale at the ranch. The snow was melting on sale day and the buyers bid up very aggressively for this good set of bulls.

The Isaacs cattle are bred to be moderately framed, easy fleshing cattle with low birth weights. Nick wants his females to be fertile, and to be especially good in the quality of their udders. Their bulls have a natural pattern to them – they are naturally thick made and easy fleshing, bred to sire better females.

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Isaacs Cattle Co., owned by Nick and Elaine Issacs, hosted an overflow crowd for their annual production sale at the ranch. The snow was melting on sale day and the buyers bid up very aggressively for this good set of bulls.

The Isaacs cattle are bred to be moderately framed, easy fleshing cattle with low birth weights. Nick wants his females to be fertile, and to be especially good in the quality of their udders. Their bulls have a natural pattern to them – they are naturally thick made and easy fleshing, bred to sire better females.

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