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Powder River Angus "Your Angus Source at Spotted Horse"

Dan Piroutek

Ed Cooper of Ten Sleep, WY bought one of the good bulls.

A large crowd gathered on a very cold January day in northern Wyoming for the Powder River Angus production sale. The ranch is located 35 miles north of Gillette, and hosts Neal and Amanda Sorenson had the red carpet out to welcome friends, neighbors and bull buyers from near and far. Their ranch slogan is “bulls born and raised where corn don’t grow” – and that is a safe bet.

The Sorenson’s started in the registered business 14 years ago and have developed a vast community of customers who come and purchase these bulls every year. And, indeed, the farm shop was packed with people around the dinner table to view and bid on these bulls. Every bull found a new home.

Powder River selects their herd bulls to be functional and efficient. Their females need to be broody with lots of spring of rib, plus a strong, wide top and easy fleshing ability.

A large crowd gathered on a very cold January day in northern Wyoming for the Powder River Angus production sale. The ranch is located 35 miles north of Gillette, and hosts Neal and Amanda Sorenson had the red carpet out to welcome friends, neighbors and bull buyers from near and far. Their ranch slogan is “bulls born and raised where corn don’t grow” – and that is a safe bet.

The Sorenson’s started in the registered business 14 years ago and have developed a vast community of customers who come and purchase these bulls every year. And, indeed, the farm shop was packed with people around the dinner table to view and bid on these bulls. Every bull found a new home.

Powder River selects their herd bulls to be functional and efficient. Their females need to be broody with lots of spring of rib, plus a strong, wide top and easy fleshing ability.

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A large crowd gathered on a very cold January day in northern Wyoming for the Powder River Angus production sale. The ranch is located 35 miles north of Gillette, and hosts Neal and Amanda Sorenson had the red carpet out to welcome friends, neighbors and bull buyers from near and far. Their ranch slogan is “bulls born and raised where corn don’t grow” – and that is a safe bet.

The Sorenson’s started in the registered business 14 years ago and have developed a vast community of customers who come and purchase these bulls every year. And, indeed, the farm shop was packed with people around the dinner table to view and bid on these bulls. Every bull found a new home.

Powder River selects their herd bulls to be functional and efficient. Their females need to be broody with lots of spring of rib, plus a strong, wide top and easy fleshing ability.

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