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Larson Red Angus "Total" Production Sale

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From left to right: Dale Phares of Benton, KS, Klee Watchous of Newton, KS and Kirby Spanger of Wichita, KS.

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Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Larson Red Angus is no stranger with 31 years in producing top quality cattle, both genotypically and phenotypically, that achieve superior performance across diverse environments. Larson Red Angus is well-known as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Their cow herd reputation is the result of extensive culling for performance udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson’s offered an awful nice set of bulls and heifers and there were buyers from 14 states. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, sums it up, “Larson have bred their cattle for performance and you will find that there is very little variance in quality from end to end. Instead you will find Red Angus genetics that rank among the top percentiles of the entire breed… bulls and females that excel for weaning and yearling growth, maternal traits, and carcass merit.”

And this is what you get at the Larson Red Angus sale.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Larson Red Angus is no stranger with 31 years in producing top quality cattle, both genotypically and phenotypically, that achieve superior performance across diverse environments. Larson Red Angus is well-known as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Their cow herd reputation is the result of extensive culling for performance udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson’s offered an awful nice set of bulls and heifers and there were buyers from 14 states. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, sums it up, “Larson have bred their cattle for performance and you will find that there is very little variance in quality from end to end. Instead you will find Red Angus genetics that rank among the top percentiles of the entire breed… bulls and females that excel for weaning and yearling growth, maternal traits, and carcass merit.”

And this is what you get at the Larson Red Angus sale.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Larson Red Angus is no stranger with 31 years in producing top quality cattle, both genotypically and phenotypically, that achieve superior performance across diverse environments. Larson Red Angus is well-known as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Their cow herd reputation is the result of extensive culling for performance udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson’s offered an awful nice set of bulls and heifers and there were buyers from 14 states. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, sums it up, “Larson have bred their cattle for performance and you will find that there is very little variance in quality from end to end. Instead you will find Red Angus genetics that rank among the top percentiles of the entire breed… bulls and females that excel for weaning and yearling growth, maternal traits, and carcass merit.”

And this is what you get at the Larson Red Angus sale.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Larson Red Angus is no stranger with 31 years in producing top quality cattle, both genotypically and phenotypically, that achieve superior performance across diverse environments. Larson Red Angus is well-known as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Their cow herd reputation is the result of extensive culling for performance udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson’s offered an awful nice set of bulls and heifers and there were buyers from 14 states. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, sums it up, “Larson have bred their cattle for performance and you will find that there is very little variance in quality from end to end. Instead you will find Red Angus genetics that rank among the top percentiles of the entire breed… bulls and females that excel for weaning and yearling growth, maternal traits, and carcass merit.”

And this is what you get at the Larson Red Angus sale.

Larson Red Angus of Big Timber, MT is owned and operated by Dave and Emily Larson and family. Larson Red Angus is no stranger with 31 years in producing top quality cattle, both genotypically and phenotypically, that achieve superior performance across diverse environments. Larson Red Angus is well-known as one of the top maternal herds in the country. Their cow herd reputation is the result of extensive culling for performance udder construction, fertility, feet, longevity and calving ease.

Larson’s offered an awful nice set of bulls and heifers and there were buyers from 14 states. Many repeat and first-time buyers bought bulls and heifers for their purebred and commercial cattle operations. Seth Leachman, sale consultant, sums it up, “Larson have bred their cattle for performance and you will find that there is very little variance in quality from end to end. Instead you will find Red Angus genetics that rank among the top percentiles of the entire breed… bulls and females that excel for weaning and yearling growth, maternal traits, and carcass merit.”

And this is what you get at the Larson Red Angus sale.


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