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Baker Hereford Ranch Premier Performance Production Sale

Jay George

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.

Baker Hereford Ranch is one of the Hereford breed’s most recognized “cowherd” programs. A 65-year breeding firm founded by the late, respected, cowman breeder Ken Baer, it is a well-established breeder and rancher seedstock source for high-quality, balanced performance, prepotent Line 1 Hereford cattle. Its foundation is solid, built upon generations of production testing and linebreeding with their breeding priority emphasizing the influence of elite, proven maternal families.

Headquartered north of Rapid City, SD, Jim and Jeff Baker and their families staged their annual sale to a full house of cattlemen from across America’s heartland. The sale offering included a standout set of yearling bulls and Baker replacement females featuring the bred-in Line 1 genetic predictability, balanced traits and quality that are trademarks of Baker bred Herefords. They were complete beef cattle offering the important combination of moderate birth weight with growth performance and strong cowherd traits.

A strong sale from start to finish saw cowmen ranchers and Hereford breeders bid to invest in the total performance and maternal power from the Baker family that has dedicated a lifetime to breeding breed-moving Hereford genetics backed by great mother cows.

The top-selling bull was KB L1 Domino 092X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, purchased by Helbling Herefords, Mandan, ND for $7,500.

KB L1 Domino 0140X, a March 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was bought by Behm Bros., Burlington, ND, for $7,000.

KB L1 Domino 080X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, was purchased by Uttecht Farms, Woonsocket, SD, for $6,750.

Four bulls sold for $6,00 each:

KB L1 Domino 085X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 6105S, bought by Garrett Ranch, Pierre, SD.

KB L1 Domino 007X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Dale Neu, Rockham, SD.

KB L1 Domino 010X, a Jan. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, bought by Behm Bros.

KB L1 Domino 0122X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 0152K, was purchased by Brett Miller, Anselmo, NE.

For $5,750, Garrett Ranch picked out KB L1 Domino 076X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 8105S.

KB L1 Domino 078X, a Feb. 2010 son of CL1 Domino 849U, was purchased by Behm Bros. for $5,500.

Five bulls sold at the $5,000-mark to Garrett Ranch, SD; Marvin Fisher, IA; Marty Ranch, SD; and Ron Vier, NE.

Choice of the Baker Hereford Ranch 2010 replacement heifer crop was won by Holden Herefords, Valier, MT, for $5,500.

The top-selling heifer of the day was KB L1 Dominette 065X, a Feb. 2010 daughter of CL1 Domino 592R. She found a new home with Sandrock Ranch, Benton, WI for $4,250.


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