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Leland Red Angus 28th Annual Production Sale

Doug Hogan

Leland Red Angus held their 28th Annual Production Sale at the ranch near Sidney, MT. This was Leland’s 45th year of breeding Red Angus cattle and the 100th anniversary of the ranch, which was homesteaded by Melvin’s father, Tony Leland, in 1911. There’s definitely some history behind this much-involved family business.

Leland Red Angus and Koester Red Angus continue to raise top quality bulls. These are bulls that purebred breeders like as well as their large repeat customer base. Forty-five years of culling, using numerous genetics and listening to their customers needs is what makes this a special event. The Lelands and Koesters have focused on producing top quality cattle by using an extreme culling program. They realize the importance of the mama cow. The bulls were very muscular, had sound feet and legs, and great dispositions.

Leland Red Angus held their 28th Annual Production Sale at the ranch near Sidney, MT. This was Leland’s 45th year of breeding Red Angus cattle and the 100th anniversary of the ranch, which was homesteaded by Melvin’s father, Tony Leland, in 1911. There’s definitely some history behind this much-involved family business.

Leland Red Angus and Koester Red Angus continue to raise top quality bulls. These are bulls that purebred breeders like as well as their large repeat customer base. Forty-five years of culling, using numerous genetics and listening to their customers needs is what makes this a special event. The Lelands and Koesters have focused on producing top quality cattle by using an extreme culling program. They realize the importance of the mama cow. The bulls were very muscular, had sound feet and legs, and great dispositions.

Leland Red Angus held their 28th Annual Production Sale at the ranch near Sidney, MT. This was Leland’s 45th year of breeding Red Angus cattle and the 100th anniversary of the ranch, which was homesteaded by Melvin’s father, Tony Leland, in 1911. There’s definitely some history behind this much-involved family business.

Leland Red Angus and Koester Red Angus continue to raise top quality bulls. These are bulls that purebred breeders like as well as their large repeat customer base. Forty-five years of culling, using numerous genetics and listening to their customers needs is what makes this a special event. The Lelands and Koesters have focused on producing top quality cattle by using an extreme culling program. They realize the importance of the mama cow. The bulls were very muscular, had sound feet and legs, and great dispositions.

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Leland Red Angus held their 28th Annual Production Sale at the ranch near Sidney, MT. This was Leland’s 45th year of breeding Red Angus cattle and the 100th anniversary of the ranch, which was homesteaded by Melvin’s father, Tony Leland, in 1911. There’s definitely some history behind this much-involved family business.

Leland Red Angus and Koester Red Angus continue to raise top quality bulls. These are bulls that purebred breeders like as well as their large repeat customer base. Forty-five years of culling, using numerous genetics and listening to their customers needs is what makes this a special event. The Lelands and Koesters have focused on producing top quality cattle by using an extreme culling program. They realize the importance of the mama cow. The bulls were very muscular, had sound feet and legs, and great dispositions.

Leland Red Angus held their 28th Annual Production Sale at the ranch near Sidney, MT. This was Leland’s 45th year of breeding Red Angus cattle and the 100th anniversary of the ranch, which was homesteaded by Melvin’s father, Tony Leland, in 1911. There’s definitely some history behind this much-involved family business.

Leland Red Angus and Koester Red Angus continue to raise top quality bulls. These are bulls that purebred breeders like as well as their large repeat customer base. Forty-five years of culling, using numerous genetics and listening to their customers needs is what makes this a special event. The Lelands and Koesters have focused on producing top quality cattle by using an extreme culling program. They realize the importance of the mama cow. The bulls were very muscular, had sound feet and legs, and great dispositions.

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