Reich Ranch 51st Annual Charolais Bull Sale | TSLN.com
YOUR AD HERE »

Reich Ranch 51st Annual Charolais Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek
Quint and Jody Moreland of Red Owl, SD

Buy Photo

Reich Charolais Ranch held their annual bull sale on a day with more weather in the area – the roads to the east and north were rather tenuous at best, as I saw several vehicles in the ditch on my way to the sale. Tim and Ree Reich are two of the really nice people in the cattle business. And Ree is not a bad cook either, especially when it comes to fresh, home-baked glazed doughnuts.

The bulls were well-grown and especially good in their Rib Eye Area, as several bulls scanned 15 and 16 inch rib eyes. Even though our crowd was somewhat limited this year due to the weather, they bid very aggressively on the bulls they liked. We see mostly repeat buyers at this sale, which tells you that the bulls work for their customers. The Reich guarantee is good – Tim says he just wants his customers satisfied!

Tim also pays special attention to the vigor of the calves at birth. He wants this to be a trait that excels in his cattle. Their goal is to produce calves that are born unassisted, vigorous, and get up and nurse without a lot of extra work.

Reich Charolais Ranch held their annual bull sale on a day with more weather in the area – the roads to the east and north were rather tenuous at best, as I saw several vehicles in the ditch on my way to the sale. Tim and Ree Reich are two of the really nice people in the cattle business. And Ree is not a bad cook either, especially when it comes to fresh, home-baked glazed doughnuts.

The bulls were well-grown and especially good in their Rib Eye Area, as several bulls scanned 15 and 16 inch rib eyes. Even though our crowd was somewhat limited this year due to the weather, they bid very aggressively on the bulls they liked. We see mostly repeat buyers at this sale, which tells you that the bulls work for their customers. The Reich guarantee is good – Tim says he just wants his customers satisfied!

Tim also pays special attention to the vigor of the calves at birth. He wants this to be a trait that excels in his cattle. Their goal is to produce calves that are born unassisted, vigorous, and get up and nurse without a lot of extra work.

Reich Charolais Ranch held their annual bull sale on a day with more weather in the area – the roads to the east and north were rather tenuous at best, as I saw several vehicles in the ditch on my way to the sale. Tim and Ree Reich are two of the really nice people in the cattle business. And Ree is not a bad cook either, especially when it comes to fresh, home-baked glazed doughnuts.

The bulls were well-grown and especially good in their Rib Eye Area, as several bulls scanned 15 and 16 inch rib eyes. Even though our crowd was somewhat limited this year due to the weather, they bid very aggressively on the bulls they liked. We see mostly repeat buyers at this sale, which tells you that the bulls work for their customers. The Reich guarantee is good – Tim says he just wants his customers satisfied!

Tim also pays special attention to the vigor of the calves at birth. He wants this to be a trait that excels in his cattle. Their goal is to produce calves that are born unassisted, vigorous, and get up and nurse without a lot of extra work.


Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User


News

TSLN named top livestock paper in the nation

|

The Livestock Publications Council once again chose Tri-State Livestock News as the top livestock newspaper in the nation. Freelance writer Tamara Choat’s “Never enough: Valley Oaks closes doors after harrassment, lawsuits abound” story was selected…



See more