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TC Ranch, Connie & Dru Udden family’s registered Angus business

When Dru Uden discusses his family’s ranch, he does so with a lot of pride.

“My grandfather started this ranch in the 1940s, and passed it down to my father, Vance Uden, when he married my mother. Today, my mother, Connie, and I run the ranch,” he says.

TC Ranch is an 8,000-acre ranch located in south central Nebraska in the Republican Valley near Franklin. The operation was built from 20 head of registered Angus Trueman Sterner started with, to more than 750 pairs that went to grass last spring. The family has built their herd through embryo transfers and keeping a number of quality replacement heifers back each year.



Dru says the operation’s goal is to offer registered Angus bulls to their commercial customers with sound, balanced genetic traits. To do this, he focuses on performance and growth traits.

“Angus has really been the only breed I’ve ever known,” he explains. “What I like about the breed is the versatility. There are several segments within the industry to focus on from show cattle, to raising bulls, to marketing registered females. I like that I don’t necessarily have to follow one trend within the breed. I can focus on what I like to do.”



When Dru Uden discusses his family’s ranch, he does so with a lot of pride.

“My grandfather started this ranch in the 1940s, and passed it down to my father, Vance Uden, when he married my mother. Today, my mother, Connie, and I run the ranch,” he says.

TC Ranch is an 8,000-acre ranch located in south central Nebraska in the Republican Valley near Franklin. The operation was built from 20 head of registered Angus Trueman Sterner started with, to more than 750 pairs that went to grass last spring. The family has built their herd through embryo transfers and keeping a number of quality replacement heifers back each year.

Dru says the operation’s goal is to offer registered Angus bulls to their commercial customers with sound, balanced genetic traits. To do this, he focuses on performance and growth traits.

“Angus has really been the only breed I’ve ever known,” he explains. “What I like about the breed is the versatility. There are several segments within the industry to focus on from show cattle, to raising bulls, to marketing registered females. I like that I don’t necessarily have to follow one trend within the breed. I can focus on what I like to do.”

When Dru Uden discusses his family’s ranch, he does so with a lot of pride.

“My grandfather started this ranch in the 1940s, and passed it down to my father, Vance Uden, when he married my mother. Today, my mother, Connie, and I run the ranch,” he says.

TC Ranch is an 8,000-acre ranch located in south central Nebraska in the Republican Valley near Franklin. The operation was built from 20 head of registered Angus Trueman Sterner started with, to more than 750 pairs that went to grass last spring. The family has built their herd through embryo transfers and keeping a number of quality replacement heifers back each year.

Dru says the operation’s goal is to offer registered Angus bulls to their commercial customers with sound, balanced genetic traits. To do this, he focuses on performance and growth traits.

“Angus has really been the only breed I’ve ever known,” he explains. “What I like about the breed is the versatility. There are several segments within the industry to focus on from show cattle, to raising bulls, to marketing registered females. I like that I don’t necessarily have to follow one trend within the breed. I can focus on what I like to do.”

When Dru Uden discusses his family’s ranch, he does so with a lot of pride.

“My grandfather started this ranch in the 1940s, and passed it down to my father, Vance Uden, when he married my mother. Today, my mother, Connie, and I run the ranch,” he says.

TC Ranch is an 8,000-acre ranch located in south central Nebraska in the Republican Valley near Franklin. The operation was built from 20 head of registered Angus Trueman Sterner started with, to more than 750 pairs that went to grass last spring. The family has built their herd through embryo transfers and keeping a number of quality replacement heifers back each year.

Dru says the operation’s goal is to offer registered Angus bulls to their commercial customers with sound, balanced genetic traits. To do this, he focuses on performance and growth traits.

“Angus has really been the only breed I’ve ever known,” he explains. “What I like about the breed is the versatility. There are several segments within the industry to focus on from show cattle, to raising bulls, to marketing registered females. I like that I don’t necessarily have to follow one trend within the breed. I can focus on what I like to do.”

editor’s note: for more information about tc ranch, visit tcranch.com or contact dru uden at 308-470-0740.


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