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Angus registration highlights from around the region

The American Angus Association (AAA) reports that Angus breeders across the nation in 2010 registered 297,087 head of Angus cattle. “Our year-end statistics continue to demonstrate strong demand for Angus genetics and solidify our long-held position as a leader in the beef cattle industry,” said Bryce Schumann, CEO of the AAA. “These results underscore our members’ commitment to providing genetic solutions to the beef cattle industry.”

These numbers reflect registrations with AAA during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30. Here are the 10 producers who registered the most Angus beef cattle in South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska and North Dakota.

South Dakota recorded a total of 3,750 Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

The 10 top recorders in South Dakota are: 1. Jorgensen Ranches, Ideal, 592-head; 2. La Grand Angus Ranch, Freeman, 506; 3. Daniel or Casey Maher, Morristown, 473; 4. Koupals Angus Farm, Dante, 403; 5. River Hills Ranch, Platte, 370-head; 6. Mick & Lynn Varilek, Geddes, 346; 7. Hugh E Ingalls, Faith, 286; 8. Raven Angus, Colome, 269; 9. Sodak Angus Ranch, Reva, 258-head; 10. Hart Farms, Frederick, 247.

Montana recorded a total of 10,495 Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

The 10 top recorders in Montana are: 1. Basin Angus Ranch, Hobson, 2,265-head; 2. Sitz Angus Farm, Harrison, 1,570; 3. Vermilion Ranch, Billings, 1,523; 4. Stevenson Angus Ranch, Hobson, 1,178; 5. Rollin Rock Inc, Sidney, 1,069-head; 6. K G Ranch, Three Forks, 756; 7. Marvin A Rehbein, Missoula, 547; 8. Currant Creek Angus Ranch, Roundup, 544; 9. Mangen Angus Ranch, Broadus, 535-head; 10. Bobcat Angus, Galata, 508.

Wyoming recorded a total of 2,690 Angus with the American Angus Association® during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

The 10 top recorders in Wyoming are: 1. James A Jensen, Riverton, 469-head; 2. Kendrick Redland, Manderson, 461; 3. M R Angus, Wheatland, 335; 4. Canyon Creek Angus LLC, Cody, 266; 5. Powder River Angus, Spotted Horse, 265-head; 6. Paint Rock Angus Rch Inc, Hyattville, 238; 7. George Ochsner & Sons, Torrington, 221; 8. Clay Creek Angus, Greybull, 167; 9. Mick & Anita Strohschein, Wright, 147-head; 10. Ken Haas Angus, Lagrange, 121.

Nebraska recorded a total of 5,491 Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

The 10 top recorders in Nebraska are: 1. Connealy Angus Ranch, Whitman, 1,061-head; 2. Whitestone & Krebs, Gordon, 939; 3. Triple B Angus, North Platte, 583; 4. Sand Point Cattle Co, Lodgepole, 525; 5. TC Ranch Inc., Franklin, 468-head; 6. Snyder Bros, Paxton, 427; 7. Wagonhammer Angus Ranch, Albion, 404; 8. T K Angus, Gordon, 398; 9. Industrial Pipelines, Holdrege, 386-head; 10. Carl Dethlefs & Sons, Rockville, 300.

North Dakota recorded a total of 3,966 Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2010, which ended Sept. 30, according to Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.

The 10 top recorders in North Dakota are: 1. Schaffs Angus Valley, Saint Anthony, 798-head; 2. Spickler Ranch, Glenfield, 742; 3. 21 Angus Ranch, New England, 476; 4. Mc Cumber Angus Ranch, Rolette, 466; 5. Brooks Chalky Butte Rch, Bowman, 370-head; 6. Vollmer Angus Ranch, Wing, 331; 7. Evenson Angus Farm, Hettinger, 258; 8. James & Robert Carlson, Regent, 200; 9. James R Arthaud, Belfield, 168-head; 10. Martin & Angie Schaff, Saint Anthony, 157.


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