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TK Angus 22nd Annual Bull Sale

Wayne Cobb (left) and Lucas Bear, both from Nebraska, bought bulls at the TK Angus bull sale.

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Tim and Kim Marlatt and family hosted the 22nd Annual TK Angus Bull sale at the ranch just outside of Gordon, NE on Jan. 18, 2010.

TK Angus has long been known for producing thick, stout heavy muscled bulls. Bulls that will go out and sire the type and kind of feeder cattle and replacement females that will turn a profit. Tim has always stayed focused on selecting for balanced growth, maternal and calving ease genetics that also have plenty of capacity and fleshing ability. This year’s sale offering was very evident of those goals. This was a very uniform set of bulls from top to bottom. They exhibited lots of thickness and eye appeal. The two-year-olds in the sale were specifically selected for this sale to sell as two-year-olds.

Tim and Kim Marlatt and family hosted the 22nd Annual TK Angus Bull sale at the ranch just outside of Gordon, NE on Jan. 18, 2010.



TK Angus has long been known for producing thick, stout heavy muscled bulls. Bulls that will go out and sire the type and kind of feeder cattle and replacement females that will turn a profit. Tim has always stayed focused on selecting for balanced growth, maternal and calving ease genetics that also have plenty of capacity and fleshing ability. This year’s sale offering was very evident of those goals. This was a very uniform set of bulls from top to bottom. They exhibited lots of thickness and eye appeal. The two-year-olds in the sale were specifically selected for this sale to sell as two-year-olds.

Tim and Kim Marlatt and family hosted the 22nd Annual TK Angus Bull sale at the ranch just outside of Gordon, NE on Jan. 18, 2010.



TK Angus has long been known for producing thick, stout heavy muscled bulls. Bulls that will go out and sire the type and kind of feeder cattle and replacement females that will turn a profit. Tim has always stayed focused on selecting for balanced growth, maternal and calving ease genetics that also have plenty of capacity and fleshing ability. This year’s sale offering was very evident of those goals. This was a very uniform set of bulls from top to bottom. They exhibited lots of thickness and eye appeal. The two-year-olds in the sale were specifically selected for this sale to sell as two-year-olds.


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