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Ridder Hereford Ranch Annual Bull & Heifer Sale

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.

Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.



Some sale highlights include:

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.



Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.

Some sale highlights include:

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.

Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.

Some sale highlights include:

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.

Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.

Some sale highlights include:

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.

Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.

Some sale highlights include:

Ridder Herefords hosted a very nice crowd of buyers at their annual bull and heifer sale held at the ranch on Feb. 3, 2011.

Ridder Herefords was started more than 100 years ago by John’s grandfather when he moved to the Nebraska Sandhills near Callaway. Today, John and Mary Ridder, along with their six children still run excellent Hereford cattle in those same Nebraska Sandhills. The cows are predominantly Line 1 Herefords with the highly desirable traits found in Canadian Herefords, including solid carcass, outstanding growth and all-around hardiness.

The sale featured the division winning carload of yearling bulls from the 2011 National Western Stock Show in Denver and an excellent selection of older bulls. Sale day weather was cold following a bitter cold spell that stretched from the Dakotas to Texas and southeast. With bitter cold outside, the action was fast-paced in the Ridder sale barn with rapid bidding from start to finish.

Some sale highlights include:


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