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2011 Wyoming Angus Tour

Photo by Doug HoganParticipants at the 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour view cattle at the Lucky 7 Ranch outside of Boulder, MT.

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The 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour was held Sept. 17-18 and featured southwest Wyoming Angus breeders. The weather was beautiful and numerous breeders from Wyoming and surrounding states took part in the event.

The tour began in Cokeville, WY at Teichert Angus, a third generation family operation. From there the group traveled to Hepworth Angus for dinner and viewing of their Angus herd in Auburn, WY.

Day two of the tour began at Jensen Angus, a family operation, in Boulder, WY. From there the group traveled to Lucky 7 Angus Ranch, which began in 1895 when James Jensen traveled from Denmark and lived in a dugout the winter of 1896, shoveling snow off the grass to keep seven cows and three horses alive. This area, often called the nation’s ice box, has supported five generations by raising cattle on the ranch. The tour concluded with lunch served by Jensen Angus at the local community center.



Curt Cox, Wyoming Angus Association secretary/treasurer, organized the tour event.

The 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour was held Sept. 17-18 and featured southwest Wyoming Angus breeders. The weather was beautiful and numerous breeders from Wyoming and surrounding states took part in the event.



The tour began in Cokeville, WY at Teichert Angus, a third generation family operation. From there the group traveled to Hepworth Angus for dinner and viewing of their Angus herd in Auburn, WY.

Day two of the tour began at Jensen Angus, a family operation, in Boulder, WY. From there the group traveled to Lucky 7 Angus Ranch, which began in 1895 when James Jensen traveled from Denmark and lived in a dugout the winter of 1896, shoveling snow off the grass to keep seven cows and three horses alive. This area, often called the nation’s ice box, has supported five generations by raising cattle on the ranch. The tour concluded with lunch served by Jensen Angus at the local community center.

Curt Cox, Wyoming Angus Association secretary/treasurer, organized the tour event.

The 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour was held Sept. 17-18 and featured southwest Wyoming Angus breeders. The weather was beautiful and numerous breeders from Wyoming and surrounding states took part in the event.

The tour began in Cokeville, WY at Teichert Angus, a third generation family operation. From there the group traveled to Hepworth Angus for dinner and viewing of their Angus herd in Auburn, WY.

Day two of the tour began at Jensen Angus, a family operation, in Boulder, WY. From there the group traveled to Lucky 7 Angus Ranch, which began in 1895 when James Jensen traveled from Denmark and lived in a dugout the winter of 1896, shoveling snow off the grass to keep seven cows and three horses alive. This area, often called the nation’s ice box, has supported five generations by raising cattle on the ranch. The tour concluded with lunch served by Jensen Angus at the local community center.

Curt Cox, Wyoming Angus Association secretary/treasurer, organized the tour event.

The 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour was held Sept. 17-18 and featured southwest Wyoming Angus breeders. The weather was beautiful and numerous breeders from Wyoming and surrounding states took part in the event.

The tour began in Cokeville, WY at Teichert Angus, a third generation family operation. From there the group traveled to Hepworth Angus for dinner and viewing of their Angus herd in Auburn, WY.

Day two of the tour began at Jensen Angus, a family operation, in Boulder, WY. From there the group traveled to Lucky 7 Angus Ranch, which began in 1895 when James Jensen traveled from Denmark and lived in a dugout the winter of 1896, shoveling snow off the grass to keep seven cows and three horses alive. This area, often called the nation’s ice box, has supported five generations by raising cattle on the ranch. The tour concluded with lunch served by Jensen Angus at the local community center.

Curt Cox, Wyoming Angus Association secretary/treasurer, organized the tour event.

The 2011 Wyoming Angus Tour was held Sept. 17-18 and featured southwest Wyoming Angus breeders. The weather was beautiful and numerous breeders from Wyoming and surrounding states took part in the event.

The tour began in Cokeville, WY at Teichert Angus, a third generation family operation. From there the group traveled to Hepworth Angus for dinner and viewing of their Angus herd in Auburn, WY.

Day two of the tour began at Jensen Angus, a family operation, in Boulder, WY. From there the group traveled to Lucky 7 Angus Ranch, which began in 1895 when James Jensen traveled from Denmark and lived in a dugout the winter of 1896, shoveling snow off the grass to keep seven cows and three horses alive. This area, often called the nation’s ice box, has supported five generations by raising cattle on the ranch. The tour concluded with lunch served by Jensen Angus at the local community center.

Curt Cox, Wyoming Angus Association secretary/treasurer, organized the tour event.


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