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Johnson Black Simmental 30th Annual Bull Sale

Doug Hogan

Lorrie Kraft and Dan Marshall of Big Horn, WY

Johnson Simmentals held their 30th annual bull sale Feb. 9 at the Bull Palace near Baker, MT. Johnson Simmetals is owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson. Even with freezing rain and some poor road conditions, new and repeat buyers showed up well to purchase bulls.

An outstanding set of bulls that would work great in any cow herd, Johnson Simmetals have listened over the years from their repeat buyers and kept the bulls in good working condition. Cody and Brenda realizes the importance in their herd sires and they keep producing excellent females with good conformation and moderately framed. And the bulls were good from top to bottom.

Johnson Simmentals held their 30th annual bull sale Feb. 9 at the Bull Palace near Baker, MT. Johnson Simmetals is owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson. Even with freezing rain and some poor road conditions, new and repeat buyers showed up well to purchase bulls.

An outstanding set of bulls that would work great in any cow herd, Johnson Simmetals have listened over the years from their repeat buyers and kept the bulls in good working condition. Cody and Brenda realizes the importance in their herd sires and they keep producing excellent females with good conformation and moderately framed. And the bulls were good from top to bottom.

Johnson Simmentals held their 30th annual bull sale Feb. 9 at the Bull Palace near Baker, MT. Johnson Simmetals is owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson. Even with freezing rain and some poor road conditions, new and repeat buyers showed up well to purchase bulls.

An outstanding set of bulls that would work great in any cow herd, Johnson Simmetals have listened over the years from their repeat buyers and kept the bulls in good working condition. Cody and Brenda realizes the importance in their herd sires and they keep producing excellent females with good conformation and moderately framed. And the bulls were good from top to bottom.

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