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LaGrand Scotch Cap Angus Annual Bull Sale

Diamond J Ranch of Union Center, SD purchased several LaGrand Scotch Cap bulls.

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The LaGrand Scotch Cap Angus Ranch held their annual bull sale at the ranch’s sale facility near Bison SD on March 2, 2010. Even though the fog was thick, it didn’t stop an excellent crowd of new and repeat buyers from showing up to buy this nice set of fall yearling bulls. There were a lot of new faces in the seats, a good indication that ranch manager Shane Labrier had done quite a bit of homework in personally contacting commercial cattleman from western SD.

This set of bulls had been grown and developed for longevity and soundness. The bulls had not seen creep feed and were run out on grass until November. They had not been pushed to achieve huge gains and numbers, but rather grown out to express their true genetic ability. The bulls had a lot of eye appeal and were in excellent condition to go out and service a lot of cows covering big country.

The LaGrand Scotch Cap Angus Ranch held their annual bull sale at the ranch’s sale facility near Bison SD on March 2, 2010. Even though the fog was thick, it didn’t stop an excellent crowd of new and repeat buyers from showing up to buy this nice set of fall yearling bulls. There were a lot of new faces in the seats, a good indication that ranch manager Shane Labrier had done quite a bit of homework in personally contacting commercial cattleman from western SD.



This set of bulls had been grown and developed for longevity and soundness. The bulls had not seen creep feed and were run out on grass until November. They had not been pushed to achieve huge gains and numbers, but rather grown out to express their true genetic ability. The bulls had a lot of eye appeal and were in excellent condition to go out and service a lot of cows covering big country.

The LaGrand Scotch Cap Angus Ranch held their annual bull sale at the ranch’s sale facility near Bison SD on March 2, 2010. Even though the fog was thick, it didn’t stop an excellent crowd of new and repeat buyers from showing up to buy this nice set of fall yearling bulls. There were a lot of new faces in the seats, a good indication that ranch manager Shane Labrier had done quite a bit of homework in personally contacting commercial cattleman from western SD.



This set of bulls had been grown and developed for longevity and soundness. The bulls had not seen creep feed and were run out on grass until November. They had not been pushed to achieve huge gains and numbers, but rather grown out to express their true genetic ability. The bulls had a lot of eye appeal and were in excellent condition to go out and service a lot of cows covering big country.

The LaGrand Scotch Cap Angus Ranch held their annual bull sale at the ranch’s sale facility near Bison SD on March 2, 2010. Even though the fog was thick, it didn’t stop an excellent crowd of new and repeat buyers from showing up to buy this nice set of fall yearling bulls. There were a lot of new faces in the seats, a good indication that ranch manager Shane Labrier had done quite a bit of homework in personally contacting commercial cattleman from western SD.

This set of bulls had been grown and developed for longevity and soundness. The bulls had not seen creep feed and were run out on grass until November. They had not been pushed to achieve huge gains and numbers, but rather grown out to express their true genetic ability. The bulls had a lot of eye appeal and were in excellent condition to go out and service a lot of cows covering big country.


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