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Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch Complete Dispersion

Scott Dirk

There was a huge crowd of cattlemen on hand at the Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch Dispersal sale.

Randy and Becky Robinson and family, along with Marvin and Lazette Knoll and family of Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch, held their complete cowherd dispersal on Dec. 4 at North Platte Livestock Auction, North Platte, NE. With the increased farming the past few years, and the labor necessary to keep everything flowing smoothly, the decision was made to disperse the Angus herd and change the direction of their cattle operation from a registered Angus herd to a calf back grounding/yearling operation.

This sale offering was mainly a young herd of very functional, hard working cows. Over the past several years, the Triple B/Knoll Ranch bull sales have averaged over $3,000. With the main focus of raising bulls for the commercial cattlemen, the cowherd was meticulously culled for udder quality, structural soundness, fleshing ability, disposition and eye appeal. Randy always said, if you don’t like what you’re looking at, the rest doesn’t matter. Only the best have been retained in the herd.

This sale was truly an opportunity of a lifetime for any serious Angus breeder or commercial cattleman looking for top-notch Angus genetics. Many of these young cows will go on to achieve Pathfinder status.

Randy and Becky Robinson and family, along with Marvin and Lazette Knoll and family of Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch, held their complete cowherd dispersal on Dec. 4 at North Platte Livestock Auction, North Platte, NE. With the increased farming the past few years, and the labor necessary to keep everything flowing smoothly, the decision was made to disperse the Angus herd and change the direction of their cattle operation from a registered Angus herd to a calf back grounding/yearling operation.

This sale offering was mainly a young herd of very functional, hard working cows. Over the past several years, the Triple B/Knoll Ranch bull sales have averaged over $3,000. With the main focus of raising bulls for the commercial cattlemen, the cowherd was meticulously culled for udder quality, structural soundness, fleshing ability, disposition and eye appeal. Randy always said, if you don’t like what you’re looking at, the rest doesn’t matter. Only the best have been retained in the herd.

This sale was truly an opportunity of a lifetime for any serious Angus breeder or commercial cattleman looking for top-notch Angus genetics. Many of these young cows will go on to achieve Pathfinder status.

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Randy and Becky Robinson and family, along with Marvin and Lazette Knoll and family of Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch, held their complete cowherd dispersal on Dec. 4 at North Platte Livestock Auction, North Platte, NE. With the increased farming the past few years, and the labor necessary to keep everything flowing smoothly, the decision was made to disperse the Angus herd and change the direction of their cattle operation from a registered Angus herd to a calf back grounding/yearling operation.

This sale offering was mainly a young herd of very functional, hard working cows. Over the past several years, the Triple B/Knoll Ranch bull sales have averaged over $3,000. With the main focus of raising bulls for the commercial cattlemen, the cowherd was meticulously culled for udder quality, structural soundness, fleshing ability, disposition and eye appeal. Randy always said, if you don’t like what you’re looking at, the rest doesn’t matter. Only the best have been retained in the herd.

This sale was truly an opportunity of a lifetime for any serious Angus breeder or commercial cattleman looking for top-notch Angus genetics. Many of these young cows will go on to achieve Pathfinder status.

Randy and Becky Robinson and family, along with Marvin and Lazette Knoll and family of Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch, held their complete cowherd dispersal on Dec. 4 at North Platte Livestock Auction, North Platte, NE. With the increased farming the past few years, and the labor necessary to keep everything flowing smoothly, the decision was made to disperse the Angus herd and change the direction of their cattle operation from a registered Angus herd to a calf back grounding/yearling operation.

This sale offering was mainly a young herd of very functional, hard working cows. Over the past several years, the Triple B/Knoll Ranch bull sales have averaged over $3,000. With the main focus of raising bulls for the commercial cattlemen, the cowherd was meticulously culled for udder quality, structural soundness, fleshing ability, disposition and eye appeal. Randy always said, if you don’t like what you’re looking at, the rest doesn’t matter. Only the best have been retained in the herd.

This sale was truly an opportunity of a lifetime for any serious Angus breeder or commercial cattleman looking for top-notch Angus genetics. Many of these young cows will go on to achieve Pathfinder status.

Randy and Becky Robinson and family, along with Marvin and Lazette Knoll and family of Triple B Angus/Knoll Ranch, held their complete cowherd dispersal on Dec. 4 at North Platte Livestock Auction, North Platte, NE. With the increased farming the past few years, and the labor necessary to keep everything flowing smoothly, the decision was made to disperse the Angus herd and change the direction of their cattle operation from a registered Angus herd to a calf back grounding/yearling operation.

This sale offering was mainly a young herd of very functional, hard working cows. Over the past several years, the Triple B/Knoll Ranch bull sales have averaged over $3,000. With the main focus of raising bulls for the commercial cattlemen, the cowherd was meticulously culled for udder quality, structural soundness, fleshing ability, disposition and eye appeal. Randy always said, if you don’t like what you’re looking at, the rest doesn’t matter. Only the best have been retained in the herd.

This sale was truly an opportunity of a lifetime for any serious Angus breeder or commercial cattleman looking for top-notch Angus genetics. Many of these young cows will go on to achieve Pathfinder status.

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