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Black Hills Stock Show feature: Coudron Charolais

Courtesy photoA candid photo of Kim Coudron in the ring at the American Royal.

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Wally and Alice Coudron kind of stumbled into the Charolais breed. On a family vacation to Florida in 1978, the couple attended a Charolais sale in Ocala with Alice’s brother, Jerry, who was in the cattle business. That day, Wally and Alice purchased their first Charolais cow, “Florida,” and the pair partnered with Brookwood Farms. The partnership dissolved with a dispersal sale in Watertown, SD in 1991 and Coudron Charolais was officially established.

Today, Coudron Charolais, located in Monticello, MN, is operated by Wally, Alice and their daughter, Kim. The business consists of 40 purebred Charolais cows, and they have focused on quality over quantity in their business.

“We have always strived to have easy-fleshing, moderately-framed, heavy muscle, good disposition cattle that will produce in the show ring and in the pasture,” says Kim Coudron.

Wally and Alice Coudron kind of stumbled into the Charolais breed. On a family vacation to Florida in 1978, the couple attended a Charolais sale in Ocala with Alice’s brother, Jerry, who was in the cattle business. That day, Wally and Alice purchased their first Charolais cow, “Florida,” and the pair partnered with Brookwood Farms. The partnership dissolved with a dispersal sale in Watertown, SD in 1991 and Coudron Charolais was officially established.

Today, Coudron Charolais, located in Monticello, MN, is operated by Wally, Alice and their daughter, Kim. The business consists of 40 purebred Charolais cows, and they have focused on quality over quantity in their business.

“We have always strived to have easy-fleshing, moderately-framed, heavy muscle, good disposition cattle that will produce in the show ring and in the pasture,” says Kim Coudron.

Wally and Alice Coudron kind of stumbled into the Charolais breed. On a family vacation to Florida in 1978, the couple attended a Charolais sale in Ocala with Alice’s brother, Jerry, who was in the cattle business. That day, Wally and Alice purchased their first Charolais cow, “Florida,” and the pair partnered with Brookwood Farms. The partnership dissolved with a dispersal sale in Watertown, SD in 1991 and Coudron Charolais was officially established.

Today, Coudron Charolais, located in Monticello, MN, is operated by Wally, Alice and their daughter, Kim. The business consists of 40 purebred Charolais cows, and they have focused on quality over quantity in their business.

“We have always strived to have easy-fleshing, moderately-framed, heavy muscle, good disposition cattle that will produce in the show ring and in the pasture,” says Kim Coudron.

Wally and Alice Coudron kind of stumbled into the Charolais breed. On a family vacation to Florida in 1978, the couple attended a Charolais sale in Ocala with Alice’s brother, Jerry, who was in the cattle business. That day, Wally and Alice purchased their first Charolais cow, “Florida,” and the pair partnered with Brookwood Farms. The partnership dissolved with a dispersal sale in Watertown, SD in 1991 and Coudron Charolais was officially established.

Today, Coudron Charolais, located in Monticello, MN, is operated by Wally, Alice and their daughter, Kim. The business consists of 40 purebred Charolais cows, and they have focused on quality over quantity in their business.

“We have always strived to have easy-fleshing, moderately-framed, heavy muscle, good disposition cattle that will produce in the show ring and in the pasture,” says Kim Coudron.

Wally and Alice Coudron kind of stumbled into the Charolais breed. On a family vacation to Florida in 1978, the couple attended a Charolais sale in Ocala with Alice’s brother, Jerry, who was in the cattle business. That day, Wally and Alice purchased their first Charolais cow, “Florida,” and the pair partnered with Brookwood Farms. The partnership dissolved with a dispersal sale in Watertown, SD in 1991 and Coudron Charolais was officially established.

Today, Coudron Charolais, located in Monticello, MN, is operated by Wally, Alice and their daughter, Kim. The business consists of 40 purebred Charolais cows, and they have focused on quality over quantity in their business.

“We have always strived to have easy-fleshing, moderately-framed, heavy muscle, good disposition cattle that will produce in the show ring and in the pasture,” says Kim Coudron.


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