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Jensen Charolais

Courtesy photosJosh, Danielle and daughter Maliya Mikkelson, Kim, Scott Jensen, Dannica and Barry Callies.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.

Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.



Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.



Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.

Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.

Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.

Hard work, responsibility, attention to details, forward thinking, common sense, customer service; these words describe the folks at Jensen Charolais, a family owned and operated business located five miles north of Lake Preston, SD. Scott and Kim Jensen established this reputable seedstock operation in 1998, and they are focused on quality genetics, customer satisfaction and improving the breed.

Jensen Charolais consists of 150 brood cows and bred heifers and 2,100 acres of deeded and leased land for pastures, hay, corn, soybeans and wheat. Scott became involved with Kim (Wienk) and Wienk Charolais Ranch (WCR) in 1978, and the pair purchased their first Charolais heifer in the spring of 1979. After completing post-secondary school, Scott and Kim were married on June 6, 1980 and joined in partnership with WCR that same year. For 20 years, the Jensens were involved with sire selection, breeding, marketing and sales at WCR before Scott, Kim and two daughters, Danielle and Dannica, branched out to start their own operation, Jensen Charolais.


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