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Derry Cattle Co. 40th Annual Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

Derry Cattle Company hosted their annual spring bull sale on a windy, but clear, day. Owned by Bob and Illa Derry and their daughter and son-in-law, Dawn and Blake McClanahan, this outfit runs a lot of cows and the labor load this spring has been extreme.

A good crowd of mostly repeat buyers came and bought their choice of this good crop of bulls. These cattle are bred with the cowman in mind. The Derry cattle are bred to perform in the growth and feedlot traits, yet leave a cow herd that will thrive and survive in a South Dakota winter.

Derry Cattle Company hosted their annual spring bull sale on a windy, but clear, day. Owned by Bob and Illa Derry and their daughter and son-in-law, Dawn and Blake McClanahan, this outfit runs a lot of cows and the labor load this spring has been extreme.

A good crowd of mostly repeat buyers came and bought their choice of this good crop of bulls. These cattle are bred with the cowman in mind. The Derry cattle are bred to perform in the growth and feedlot traits, yet leave a cow herd that will thrive and survive in a South Dakota winter.

Derry Cattle Company hosted their annual spring bull sale on a windy, but clear, day. Owned by Bob and Illa Derry and their daughter and son-in-law, Dawn and Blake McClanahan, this outfit runs a lot of cows and the labor load this spring has been extreme.

A good crowd of mostly repeat buyers came and bought their choice of this good crop of bulls. These cattle are bred with the cowman in mind. The Derry cattle are bred to perform in the growth and feedlot traits, yet leave a cow herd that will thrive and survive in a South Dakota winter.


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