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Larson Red Angus ‘Total’ Production Sale

Doug Hogan

Greg Comstock, Red Angus Association of America (center), with Mark and Kathy Barenthsen from North Dakota.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT, held their annual “Total” Production Sale, March 8, at the Felton Angus sale barn. Larson Red Angus is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Together they have been producing top-quality Red Angus cattle for 33 years that achieve superior performance across diverse environments.

One of the Larson herd’s greatest attributes is having a premier maternal herds. The success of their program is built upon an exceptional cowherd, which year after year Larsons look to improve by rigid culling for performance, udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson Red Angus offered a set of bulls and heifers this year that they were extremely proud of because they represented a new, advanced generation of prime genetics and exciting new sires. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, described the sale offering, “You will not find a more even, quality set of bulls and females anywhere… they truly are the ‘Total’ package!”

Top-selling bull, for $20,000 (full interest and possession) was Lot 1, Larson Sun King 016, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Major League dam. He sold to Select Sires and Barenthsen/Bullinger Red Angus.

Lot 3, at $12,500 (1/2 interest and full possession), was Larson Cimmaron 050, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Weber Red Angus, Wagner, SD.

Lot 4, at $12,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Masterpiece 009, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of 5L Viking 01-5675 dam, selling to Volwood Farms, Junction City, OR.

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Lot 5, at $8,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Goldmine 018, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Turner Red Angus, Gillette, WY.

Lot 2, at $7,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Diego 017, sired by LNZ Prime Cut out of a BFCK Cherokee Canyon dam, selling to John Marshall, Katy, TX.

Lot 12, at $7,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Baron 061, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Sonstegard Cattle Company, Montevideo, MN and Kemen Farms Red Angus, Madison, MN.

Lot 10, at $6,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Anvil 014, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCC Major League dam, selling to Leland Red Angus, Sidney, MT.

Lot 6, at $5,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Unique 006, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Basin Trend Setter dam, selling to Double J Livestock, Rupert, ID.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT, held their annual “Total” Production Sale, March 8, at the Felton Angus sale barn. Larson Red Angus is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Together they have been producing top-quality Red Angus cattle for 33 years that achieve superior performance across diverse environments.

One of the Larson herd’s greatest attributes is having a premier maternal herds. The success of their program is built upon an exceptional cowherd, which year after year Larsons look to improve by rigid culling for performance, udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson Red Angus offered a set of bulls and heifers this year that they were extremely proud of because they represented a new, advanced generation of prime genetics and exciting new sires. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, described the sale offering, “You will not find a more even, quality set of bulls and females anywhere… they truly are the ‘Total’ package!”

Top-selling bull, for $20,000 (full interest and possession) was Lot 1, Larson Sun King 016, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Major League dam. He sold to Select Sires and Barenthsen/Bullinger Red Angus.

Lot 3, at $12,500 (1/2 interest and full possession), was Larson Cimmaron 050, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Weber Red Angus, Wagner, SD.

Lot 4, at $12,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Masterpiece 009, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of 5L Viking 01-5675 dam, selling to Volwood Farms, Junction City, OR.

Lot 5, at $8,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Goldmine 018, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Turner Red Angus, Gillette, WY.

Lot 2, at $7,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Diego 017, sired by LNZ Prime Cut out of a BFCK Cherokee Canyon dam, selling to John Marshall, Katy, TX.

Lot 12, at $7,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Baron 061, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Sonstegard Cattle Company, Montevideo, MN and Kemen Farms Red Angus, Madison, MN.

Lot 10, at $6,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Anvil 014, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCC Major League dam, selling to Leland Red Angus, Sidney, MT.

Lot 6, at $5,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Unique 006, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Basin Trend Setter dam, selling to Double J Livestock, Rupert, ID.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT, held their annual “Total” Production Sale, March 8, at the Felton Angus sale barn. Larson Red Angus is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Together they have been producing top-quality Red Angus cattle for 33 years that achieve superior performance across diverse environments.

One of the Larson herd’s greatest attributes is having a premier maternal herds. The success of their program is built upon an exceptional cowherd, which year after year Larsons look to improve by rigid culling for performance, udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson Red Angus offered a set of bulls and heifers this year that they were extremely proud of because they represented a new, advanced generation of prime genetics and exciting new sires. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, described the sale offering, “You will not find a more even, quality set of bulls and females anywhere… they truly are the ‘Total’ package!”

Top-selling bull, for $20,000 (full interest and possession) was Lot 1, Larson Sun King 016, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Major League dam. He sold to Select Sires and Barenthsen/Bullinger Red Angus.

Lot 3, at $12,500 (1/2 interest and full possession), was Larson Cimmaron 050, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Weber Red Angus, Wagner, SD.

Lot 4, at $12,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Masterpiece 009, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of 5L Viking 01-5675 dam, selling to Volwood Farms, Junction City, OR.

Lot 5, at $8,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Goldmine 018, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Turner Red Angus, Gillette, WY.

Lot 2, at $7,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Diego 017, sired by LNZ Prime Cut out of a BFCK Cherokee Canyon dam, selling to John Marshall, Katy, TX.

Lot 12, at $7,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Baron 061, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Sonstegard Cattle Company, Montevideo, MN and Kemen Farms Red Angus, Madison, MN.

Lot 10, at $6,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Anvil 014, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCC Major League dam, selling to Leland Red Angus, Sidney, MT.

Lot 6, at $5,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Unique 006, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Basin Trend Setter dam, selling to Double J Livestock, Rupert, ID.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT, held their annual “Total” Production Sale, March 8, at the Felton Angus sale barn. Larson Red Angus is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Together they have been producing top-quality Red Angus cattle for 33 years that achieve superior performance across diverse environments.

One of the Larson herd’s greatest attributes is having a premier maternal herds. The success of their program is built upon an exceptional cowherd, which year after year Larsons look to improve by rigid culling for performance, udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson Red Angus offered a set of bulls and heifers this year that they were extremely proud of because they represented a new, advanced generation of prime genetics and exciting new sires. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, described the sale offering, “You will not find a more even, quality set of bulls and females anywhere… they truly are the ‘Total’ package!”

Top-selling bull, for $20,000 (full interest and possession) was Lot 1, Larson Sun King 016, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Major League dam. He sold to Select Sires and Barenthsen/Bullinger Red Angus.

Lot 3, at $12,500 (1/2 interest and full possession), was Larson Cimmaron 050, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Weber Red Angus, Wagner, SD.

Lot 4, at $12,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Masterpiece 009, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of 5L Viking 01-5675 dam, selling to Volwood Farms, Junction City, OR.

Lot 5, at $8,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Goldmine 018, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Turner Red Angus, Gillette, WY.

Lot 2, at $7,500 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Diego 017, sired by LNZ Prime Cut out of a BFCK Cherokee Canyon dam, selling to John Marshall, Katy, TX.

Lot 12, at $7,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Baron 061, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCH Heaven’s Sake dam, selling to Sonstegard Cattle Company, Montevideo, MN and Kemen Farms Red Angus, Madison, MN.

Lot 10, at $6,000 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Anvil 014, sired by Messmer Packer S008 out of a LCC Major League dam, selling to Leland Red Angus, Sidney, MT.

Lot 6, at $5,250 (1/2 interest and full possession) was Larson Unique 006, sired by Beckton Nebula P707 out of a Basin Trend Setter dam, selling to Double J Livestock, Rupert, ID.

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