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Amdahl Angus Performance Plus Bull & Female OCC Influence Sale

The Amdahl family presented a nice set of moderate framed thick made bulls for their annual “Performance Plus” Bull and Female sale. The sale was held at the Mitchell Livestock Auction on March 30 with a nice crowd of new and repeat buyers on the seats.

The Amdahl family has been in the cattle business in South Dakota since 1884 and raising registered Angus since 1972. The past several years they have focused on using OCC genetics for added efficiency, longevity, improved udders, fertility and among other things to improve their cowherd.

The Amdahl family presented a nice set of moderate framed thick made bulls for their annual “Performance Plus” Bull and Female sale. The sale was held at the Mitchell Livestock Auction on March 30 with a nice crowd of new and repeat buyers on the seats.



The Amdahl family has been in the cattle business in South Dakota since 1884 and raising registered Angus since 1972. The past several years they have focused on using OCC genetics for added efficiency, longevity, improved udders, fertility and among other things to improve their cowherd.

The Amdahl family presented a nice set of moderate framed thick made bulls for their annual “Performance Plus” Bull and Female sale. The sale was held at the Mitchell Livestock Auction on March 30 with a nice crowd of new and repeat buyers on the seats.



The Amdahl family has been in the cattle business in South Dakota since 1884 and raising registered Angus since 1972. The past several years they have focused on using OCC genetics for added efficiency, longevity, improved udders, fertility and among other things to improve their cowherd.

The Amdahl family presented a nice set of moderate framed thick made bulls for their annual “Performance Plus” Bull and Female sale. The sale was held at the Mitchell Livestock Auction on March 30 with a nice crowd of new and repeat buyers on the seats.

The Amdahl family has been in the cattle business in South Dakota since 1884 and raising registered Angus since 1972. The past several years they have focused on using OCC genetics for added efficiency, longevity, improved udders, fertility and among other things to improve their cowherd.

The Amdahl family presented a nice set of moderate framed thick made bulls for their annual “Performance Plus” Bull and Female sale. The sale was held at the Mitchell Livestock Auction on March 30 with a nice crowd of new and repeat buyers on the seats.

The Amdahl family has been in the cattle business in South Dakota since 1884 and raising registered Angus since 1972. The past several years they have focused on using OCC genetics for added efficiency, longevity, improved udders, fertility and among other things to improve their cowherd.


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