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TJS Red Angus 2nd Annual ‘Red Truck’ Sale

Volume buyers 21 Ranch of Sundance, WY, making their bull purchases at the TJS Red Angus sale.

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TJS Red Angus held their 2nd Annual Red Angus Sale in Buffalo, WY April 6. TJS Reds is owned by Tim, Julie and Cash Shick, Jim and Carlene Shick and family, and Steve and Tammie Haug and family. TJS is no stranger to the Red Angus breed for this is their 22nd year of raising registered Red Angus cattle. There’s no doubt in their customers’ mind when purchasing bulls from TJS Red Angus as their bulls are thick with great carcass traits, as well as great maternal strength and good dispositions. These bulls have low birth weights with exceptional rate of gain the cowboy kind. TJS understands their customers’ needs and raise the bull to be sound and functional, as the bulls run on native range in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, then developed on a complete dry ration.

This has made for many happy repeat buyers and has spread into many states as the new buyers are finding these outstanding bulls that will get out and travel, and stay in your program for numerous breeding seasons.

Top selling bulls include:



Lot 3, a powerful PIE Gridmaster son out of a PAR Dude daughter sold to LeDoux Ranch in Agenda, KS and Steve Schroeder in South Dakota for $10,000.

Lot 9, a 16.5 REA, 4.53 ADG TR Epic ST618 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Veseth Livestock of Malta, MT for $5,500.



Lot 5, a 5L Norseman King son out of a King Rob dam sold to Owens Land & Livestock of Casper, WY for $4,500.

Lot 2, a PIE Grdimaster son out of a Big Dawg dam sold to Turner Red Angus of Gillette, WY for $4,000.

Lot 7, a Lorenzen Julian 3811 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Shamrock Nook Red Angus of Albany, WI for $4,000.

Lot 10, a TR Epic son out of a Lancer F442 dam sold to Sonstegard Cattle Company of Montevideo, MN for $4,000.

Lot 89, a black/red carrier OCC Emblazon son out of a Robin Hood dam sold to Kats Red Angus of Prairie View, KS for $4,000.

Volume buyer was Doug Watson of 21 Ranch, Sundance, WY.

TJS Red Angus held their 2nd Annual Red Angus Sale in Buffalo, WY April 6. TJS Reds is owned by Tim, Julie and Cash Shick, Jim and Carlene Shick and family, and Steve and Tammie Haug and family. TJS is no stranger to the Red Angus breed for this is their 22nd year of raising registered Red Angus cattle. There’s no doubt in their customers’ mind when purchasing bulls from TJS Red Angus as their bulls are thick with great carcass traits, as well as great maternal strength and good dispositions. These bulls have low birth weights with exceptional rate of gain the cowboy kind. TJS understands their customers’ needs and raise the bull to be sound and functional, as the bulls run on native range in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, then developed on a complete dry ration.

This has made for many happy repeat buyers and has spread into many states as the new buyers are finding these outstanding bulls that will get out and travel, and stay in your program for numerous breeding seasons.

Top selling bulls include:

Lot 3, a powerful PIE Gridmaster son out of a PAR Dude daughter sold to LeDoux Ranch in Agenda, KS and Steve Schroeder in South Dakota for $10,000.

Lot 9, a 16.5 REA, 4.53 ADG TR Epic ST618 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Veseth Livestock of Malta, MT for $5,500.

Lot 5, a 5L Norseman King son out of a King Rob dam sold to Owens Land & Livestock of Casper, WY for $4,500.

Lot 2, a PIE Grdimaster son out of a Big Dawg dam sold to Turner Red Angus of Gillette, WY for $4,000.

Lot 7, a Lorenzen Julian 3811 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Shamrock Nook Red Angus of Albany, WI for $4,000.

Lot 10, a TR Epic son out of a Lancer F442 dam sold to Sonstegard Cattle Company of Montevideo, MN for $4,000.

Lot 89, a black/red carrier OCC Emblazon son out of a Robin Hood dam sold to Kats Red Angus of Prairie View, KS for $4,000.

Volume buyer was Doug Watson of 21 Ranch, Sundance, WY.

TJS Red Angus held their 2nd Annual Red Angus Sale in Buffalo, WY April 6. TJS Reds is owned by Tim, Julie and Cash Shick, Jim and Carlene Shick and family, and Steve and Tammie Haug and family. TJS is no stranger to the Red Angus breed for this is their 22nd year of raising registered Red Angus cattle. There’s no doubt in their customers’ mind when purchasing bulls from TJS Red Angus as their bulls are thick with great carcass traits, as well as great maternal strength and good dispositions. These bulls have low birth weights with exceptional rate of gain the cowboy kind. TJS understands their customers’ needs and raise the bull to be sound and functional, as the bulls run on native range in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains, then developed on a complete dry ration.

This has made for many happy repeat buyers and has spread into many states as the new buyers are finding these outstanding bulls that will get out and travel, and stay in your program for numerous breeding seasons.

Top selling bulls include:

Lot 3, a powerful PIE Gridmaster son out of a PAR Dude daughter sold to LeDoux Ranch in Agenda, KS and Steve Schroeder in South Dakota for $10,000.

Lot 9, a 16.5 REA, 4.53 ADG TR Epic ST618 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Veseth Livestock of Malta, MT for $5,500.

Lot 5, a 5L Norseman King son out of a King Rob dam sold to Owens Land & Livestock of Casper, WY for $4,500.

Lot 2, a PIE Grdimaster son out of a Big Dawg dam sold to Turner Red Angus of Gillette, WY for $4,000.

Lot 7, a Lorenzen Julian 3811 son out of a Market Place dam sold to Shamrock Nook Red Angus of Albany, WI for $4,000.

Lot 10, a TR Epic son out of a Lancer F442 dam sold to Sonstegard Cattle Company of Montevideo, MN for $4,000.

Lot 89, a black/red carrier OCC Emblazon son out of a Robin Hood dam sold to Kats Red Angus of Prairie View, KS for $4,000.

Volume buyer was Doug Watson of 21 Ranch, Sundance, WY.


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