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McNamee Angus Ranch 21st Annual Yearling Bull Sale

Doug Hogan

The high selling bull, Lot 332, sold to Karen and Gus Glasscock of Cohagen, MT for $4,300.

McNamee Angus Ranch held their 21st Annual Bull Sale at the ranch near Miles City, MT on April 18. The ranch is owned and operated by Jack and Jean McNamee and family. What a beautiful day with no wind but lots of sunshine, which gave the buyers time to inspect the bulls and visit with neighbors and share some of their winter storm stories.

McNamee felt like this was one of the best set of bulls they raised and one where you could see the results of their very aggressive culling program in which only a select few make it into the bull pen on sale day. Their program demands that their cows utilize the available forage and convert it efficiently in order to breed back. Emphasis is on fertility, fleshing ability, mothering ability, udder quality and disposition and structural soundness. This is how McNamee works and how they believe in raising bulls for the cattlemen and women.

McNamee Angus Ranch held their 21st Annual Bull Sale at the ranch near Miles City, MT on April 18. The ranch is owned and operated by Jack and Jean McNamee and family. What a beautiful day with no wind but lots of sunshine, which gave the buyers time to inspect the bulls and visit with neighbors and share some of their winter storm stories.

McNamee felt like this was one of the best set of bulls they raised and one where you could see the results of their very aggressive culling program in which only a select few make it into the bull pen on sale day. Their program demands that their cows utilize the available forage and convert it efficiently in order to breed back. Emphasis is on fertility, fleshing ability, mothering ability, udder quality and disposition and structural soundness. This is how McNamee works and how they believe in raising bulls for the cattlemen and women.

McNamee Angus Ranch held their 21st Annual Bull Sale at the ranch near Miles City, MT on April 18. The ranch is owned and operated by Jack and Jean McNamee and family. What a beautiful day with no wind but lots of sunshine, which gave the buyers time to inspect the bulls and visit with neighbors and share some of their winter storm stories.

McNamee felt like this was one of the best set of bulls they raised and one where you could see the results of their very aggressive culling program in which only a select few make it into the bull pen on sale day. Their program demands that their cows utilize the available forage and convert it efficiently in order to breed back. Emphasis is on fertility, fleshing ability, mothering ability, udder quality and disposition and structural soundness. This is how McNamee works and how they believe in raising bulls for the cattlemen and women.

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McNamee Angus Ranch held their 21st Annual Bull Sale at the ranch near Miles City, MT on April 18. The ranch is owned and operated by Jack and Jean McNamee and family. What a beautiful day with no wind but lots of sunshine, which gave the buyers time to inspect the bulls and visit with neighbors and share some of their winter storm stories.

McNamee felt like this was one of the best set of bulls they raised and one where you could see the results of their very aggressive culling program in which only a select few make it into the bull pen on sale day. Their program demands that their cows utilize the available forage and convert it efficiently in order to breed back. Emphasis is on fertility, fleshing ability, mothering ability, udder quality and disposition and structural soundness. This is how McNamee works and how they believe in raising bulls for the cattlemen and women.

McNamee Angus Ranch held their 21st Annual Bull Sale at the ranch near Miles City, MT on April 18. The ranch is owned and operated by Jack and Jean McNamee and family. What a beautiful day with no wind but lots of sunshine, which gave the buyers time to inspect the bulls and visit with neighbors and share some of their winter storm stories.

McNamee felt like this was one of the best set of bulls they raised and one where you could see the results of their very aggressive culling program in which only a select few make it into the bull pen on sale day. Their program demands that their cows utilize the available forage and convert it efficiently in order to breed back. Emphasis is on fertility, fleshing ability, mothering ability, udder quality and disposition and structural soundness. This is how McNamee works and how they believe in raising bulls for the cattlemen and women.