Larson Ranch 40th Annual Production Sale | TSLN.com

Larson Ranch 40th Annual Production Sale

Chisum Peterson

Mark McCloud of Highmore, SD purchased two of the top selling Angus bulls.

Larson Ranch, owned and operated by Darrell and Glenn Larson and their sons and families, presented an outstanding lineup of Angus, Charolais and Maine-Anjou genetics at their annual production sale. Headquartered in south central South Dakota, near the White River, the Larson family produces useful, practical cattle that excel in a variety of production scenarios. Besides registered cattle, Larsons also operate a commercial cowherd, a yearling and fed cattle program, a club calf program and most notably – a commercial bred heifer program. Due to their extensive involvement in many areas of beef production, the Larson families can see how their genetics work in a vast segment of the beef industry.

This year’s bull offering was as solid and uniform as ever. Everything from calving-ease to performance bulls were offered throughout the day. Larson’s cattle are developed with the cowman in mind. They are produced in big country pastures and once weaned they are managed in a way to promote longevity and future usefulness.

The bred heifer offering represented years of practical cattle breeding and genetic selection. The heifers were AI bred and ultrasounded for sex of calf and offered for sale in groups based on their respective calving dates. A capacity crowd filled Presho Livestock Auction to bid and buy an outstanding set of bulls and females.

Larson Ranch, owned and operated by Darrell and Glenn Larson and their sons and families, presented an outstanding lineup of Angus, Charolais and Maine-Anjou genetics at their annual production sale. Headquartered in south central South Dakota, near the White River, the Larson family produces useful, practical cattle that excel in a variety of production scenarios. Besides registered cattle, Larsons also operate a commercial cowherd, a yearling and fed cattle program, a club calf program and most notably – a commercial bred heifer program. Due to their extensive involvement in many areas of beef production, the Larson families can see how their genetics work in a vast segment of the beef industry.

This year’s bull offering was as solid and uniform as ever. Everything from calving-ease to performance bulls were offered throughout the day. Larson’s cattle are developed with the cowman in mind. They are produced in big country pastures and once weaned they are managed in a way to promote longevity and future usefulness.

The bred heifer offering represented years of practical cattle breeding and genetic selection. The heifers were AI bred and ultrasounded for sex of calf and offered for sale in groups based on their respective calving dates. A capacity crowd filled Presho Livestock Auction to bid and buy an outstanding set of bulls and females.

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Larson Ranch, owned and operated by Darrell and Glenn Larson and their sons and families, presented an outstanding lineup of Angus, Charolais and Maine-Anjou genetics at their annual production sale. Headquartered in south central South Dakota, near the White River, the Larson family produces useful, practical cattle that excel in a variety of production scenarios. Besides registered cattle, Larsons also operate a commercial cowherd, a yearling and fed cattle program, a club calf program and most notably – a commercial bred heifer program. Due to their extensive involvement in many areas of beef production, the Larson families can see how their genetics work in a vast segment of the beef industry.

This year’s bull offering was as solid and uniform as ever. Everything from calving-ease to performance bulls were offered throughout the day. Larson’s cattle are developed with the cowman in mind. They are produced in big country pastures and once weaned they are managed in a way to promote longevity and future usefulness.

The bred heifer offering represented years of practical cattle breeding and genetic selection. The heifers were AI bred and ultrasounded for sex of calf and offered for sale in groups based on their respective calving dates. A capacity crowd filled Presho Livestock Auction to bid and buy an outstanding set of bulls and females.

Larson Ranch, owned and operated by Darrell and Glenn Larson and their sons and families, presented an outstanding lineup of Angus, Charolais and Maine-Anjou genetics at their annual production sale. Headquartered in south central South Dakota, near the White River, the Larson family produces useful, practical cattle that excel in a variety of production scenarios. Besides registered cattle, Larsons also operate a commercial cowherd, a yearling and fed cattle program, a club calf program and most notably – a commercial bred heifer program. Due to their extensive involvement in many areas of beef production, the Larson families can see how their genetics work in a vast segment of the beef industry.

This year’s bull offering was as solid and uniform as ever. Everything from calving-ease to performance bulls were offered throughout the day. Larson’s cattle are developed with the cowman in mind. They are produced in big country pastures and once weaned they are managed in a way to promote longevity and future usefulness.

The bred heifer offering represented years of practical cattle breeding and genetic selection. The heifers were AI bred and ultrasounded for sex of calf and offered for sale in groups based on their respective calving dates. A capacity crowd filled Presho Livestock Auction to bid and buy an outstanding set of bulls and females.