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Elk Creek Gelbvieh 16th Annual All Black Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

The Burgess family of Menan, ID were first-time buyers. Back row, left to right: Zane and Gary. Front row, left to right: Zachary and Sidnee.

Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.

Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.

Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.

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Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.

Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.

Elk Creek Gelbvieh, owned by Phil, Linda, and Reed VanDervoort, hosted a nice crowd for their annual production sale at Belle Fourche Livestock. Elk Creek Gelbvieh has built a reputation for producing some of the most prolific cattle in the Gelbvieh breed. They have maintained their purebred herd, while stacking the polled and homozygous black genes.

This herd is bred for maternal genetics, as well as for carcass. All of this offering was above average for marbling. Many of the cattle had been “Igenity” tested for a number of traits, and that data was available on sale day. The VanDervoorts have always kept calving ease as a priority, and you see many Elk Creek pedigrees across the Gelbvieh breed.