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Johnson Black Simmental 31st Annual Bull Sale

Doug Hogan

Allen Allerdings (left) of Plevna, MT with Cody Johnson.

Johnson Black Simmental, owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson and family, have been raising bulls the same way – the old fashioned way – from their mother’s milk. These bulls were weaned in October with an average 205 weight of 736 pounds. These bulls were very uniform and in great working condition.

Cody and Brenda realize the importance in their selections in herd sires. They know that the females are as important to their customers for longevity, calving ease, moderate frame and conformation – all things taken in the Johnson program.

Cody and Brenda haven’t been real fortunate in their sale dates. They had another freezing and frigid temperatures with reports coming from the buyers with minus 10 to minus 27 below outside. But Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar warmed things up inside with a blazing sale.

Johnson Black Simmental, owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson and family, have been raising bulls the same way – the old fashioned way – from their mother’s milk. These bulls were weaned in October with an average 205 weight of 736 pounds. These bulls were very uniform and in great working condition.

Cody and Brenda realize the importance in their selections in herd sires. They know that the females are as important to their customers for longevity, calving ease, moderate frame and conformation – all things taken in the Johnson program.

Cody and Brenda haven’t been real fortunate in their sale dates. They had another freezing and frigid temperatures with reports coming from the buyers with minus 10 to minus 27 below outside. But Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar warmed things up inside with a blazing sale.

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Johnson Black Simmental, owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson and family, have been raising bulls the same way – the old fashioned way – from their mother’s milk. These bulls were weaned in October with an average 205 weight of 736 pounds. These bulls were very uniform and in great working condition.

Cody and Brenda realize the importance in their selections in herd sires. They know that the females are as important to their customers for longevity, calving ease, moderate frame and conformation – all things taken in the Johnson program.

Cody and Brenda haven’t been real fortunate in their sale dates. They had another freezing and frigid temperatures with reports coming from the buyers with minus 10 to minus 27 below outside. But Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar warmed things up inside with a blazing sale.

Johnson Black Simmental, owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson and family, have been raising bulls the same way – the old fashioned way – from their mother’s milk. These bulls were weaned in October with an average 205 weight of 736 pounds. These bulls were very uniform and in great working condition.

Cody and Brenda realize the importance in their selections in herd sires. They know that the females are as important to their customers for longevity, calving ease, moderate frame and conformation – all things taken in the Johnson program.

Cody and Brenda haven’t been real fortunate in their sale dates. They had another freezing and frigid temperatures with reports coming from the buyers with minus 10 to minus 27 below outside. But Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar warmed things up inside with a blazing sale.

Johnson Black Simmental, owned and operated by Cody and Brenda Johnson and family, have been raising bulls the same way – the old fashioned way – from their mother’s milk. These bulls were weaned in October with an average 205 weight of 736 pounds. These bulls were very uniform and in great working condition.

Cody and Brenda realize the importance in their selections in herd sires. They know that the females are as important to their customers for longevity, calving ease, moderate frame and conformation – all things taken in the Johnson program.

Cody and Brenda haven’t been real fortunate in their sale dates. They had another freezing and frigid temperatures with reports coming from the buyers with minus 10 to minus 27 below outside. But Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar warmed things up inside with a blazing sale.

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