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Courtney Herefords 38th Annual Production Sale

Jay George

Photos by Jay GeorgeCTY Red Stanmore 7718T, a massive, March 2007 son of LBH 20J Stanmore 56M, commanded $10,000 (3/4 int.) from Ed Hawks of Howes, SD. A real beef bull with calving ease, trait balance, maternal power, fleshing ability and structural soundness, he recorded a BW of 74 pounds, 205 wt. 718, 19 mo. sale wt. 1,745, REA ratio 102, IMF ratio 127. His EPDs area BW 2.4, WW 51, YW 83, Milk 23, M&G 49.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

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Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.

Cattlemen from across the country who look to Courtney Herefords as a seedstock leader in the American beef industry have identified this renowned performance program with potent Real Prince Domino genetics, cowherd efficiency and high quality cattle. Courtney’s stalwart breeding bulls, range country proven bloodlines, and the powerful and efficient heterosis Herefords bring to America’s commercial cowherds, set the stage for this firm’s very successful 38th production sale held last fall.

Headquartered in the big, dry range country of southeastern Montana out of Alzada, Jim, Tom and Adam Courtney staged this annual event at St. Onge (SD) Livestock Auction. A standout offering of uniform, soundly conditioned, coming two-year-old bulls exhibiting length, rib, muscle and doing ability and backed by complete records from calving ease to carcass, was presented to a 14 state capacity crowd.

Courtneys have built their reputation and business upon high performance, Canadian bred, range country cattle and a solid customer base comprised of some the most astute cowmen and reputation ranches in the West. Commercial industry driven, they emphasize calving ease, fertility, easy fleshing cows and breeding bull longevity, proving their stock in an environment that includes year-round grazing, 30 day breeding, range calving, no creep and range developed bulls.

A fast paced sale saw cowmen bid to invest in Herefords that have been proven in the real world of the northern plains for problem free, low cost, predictable, superb performance. The continued success of this event is a strong statement to this family’s dedication to good ranching, great Hereford cows and breeding powerful bulls that continue to make a name for the Courtney brand and the Hereford breed.