40 Bulls and 10 Heifers
Selling At The
JANUARY 31, 1962
All sale cattle will be shown at the
Montana Winter Fair Hereford Show
Catalogs On Request:
Montana Hereford Association
Pete Kindsfather & Son Clyde Park. Moat.
Featuring These Herd Sires:
FO Battle Intense 18th
HP Real Silver 4th
Flashy Brackett 31st
Battle Intense 251st
MONTANA'S GALLATIN VALLEY
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BELGRADE, MONT. I
Phone JV 6-543«
& CATTLE CO.
Jim Edmbrton, Owner
Gibbs Rehm, Manager
Phone SK 2-9653 — Kails pell. Mont.
'Light Up Your
Farming Is a hazardous business. Guard carefully against accident bat protect
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DENT INSURANCE POLICY. Fäh information
by -taking mit a-Montana
"with . huilt-in . gainahility
Real Prince, Advance Domino, Anxiety
4th, well-known, clear bloodlines.
For Solas 20 Yearling Heifers
ror Date 2 0 Yearling Bulls
Also Bull and Heifer Calves
Phone Stockelt RE 6-4515
CHANGING to a better method of
doing business is the basis of prog
ress in any industry. That's why
cattlemen who are changing to a
strain of Herefords choose POLLED
When You Think of Progress
Roberts Loon & Cottle Co.
JLa -i a. * ,
SIM & SCHOCK
30 Balls—20 Bull Calve#
40 Heifer Calves
Geo. B. Sint
H*«b «rood, Mont.
Of a Dairyman-Feeder
By ALBERT KING
Dairymen May Invade
Red Meat Market
DAIRYMEN IN MONTANA may soon
be invading the red meat market
which is traditionally a stronghold of
the beef cattle industry.
The production of meat for the Amer
ican family table has been the prov
ince of farmers and ranchers whose
business it is to raise beef cattle, hogs
and lambs. It is true that cull cows
from dairy herds, a limited number
of dairy type steers and veal from
surplus dairy calves have made up a
small portion of the red meat trade.
The glamour of a beef or lamb feed
lot has always been much more tempt
ing than a side-line in the dairy in
Times are changing and the house
wife today is buying RED MEAT. Sur
plus fat on choice and prime beef has
no sale value and the vast quantities
of trim that are discarded by the
butcher and the packer represent a
tremendous waste in the processing of
This fat costs money to put on the
cattle in the first place and dietitians
claim it is not healthy in the second
place and the ultimate consumer just
doesn't want to buy it. For years it
has been maintained that in order to I
have flavor and tenderness good meat I
must be marbled with fat. This may
not be so. i
Breeding for Meat
Beef producers in their breeding
programs today are paying much more
attention to the ability of an animal to
convert feed into red meat than ever
before. Gobs of surplus fat are definite
ly undesirable on a finished carcass.
The area of the rib eye and the num
ber of pounds of red meat that can be
placed on the scale and sold to the
consumer is the final test of the value
of a carcass.
It is impossible for even the best
livestock judge to determine accurate
ly the carcass value of an animal while
it is still alive. Contention on this
question has been prevalent for years.
Much discussion has been had and
volumes have been written on the sub
Dairymen as a group have been
strong believers in some kind of a
testing program which would measure
the ability of cows to produce and of
sires to transmit high production capa
bilities to their offspring. Beef men
are now starting to think along similar
lines and are seeking ways to measure
production capacity of beef herds.
All dairy farms, mine included, need
a source of supplemental income. Hie
answer to this problem may be found
in a feed lot designed to produce good
quality red meat from dairy bulls.
A leading farm magazine recently
reported the experiences of a couple
of Indiana farmers who have made a
special business of making beef out of
dairy bulls. They report gains of 2 to
3 pounds per day and feed costs per
pound of gain were very favorable.
It has been found in many tests that
bolls will gain faster and more eco
nomically than steers. Many tests
have also shown that the quality of
beef from young bulls that have not
EARL B. RICE
Nothing for solo until
Schock Polled Herefords
"High Quality Herefords Without Horns"
Strong in Gold
Mine ond Anxiety
Plato Domino 36th Breeding 1
Herd Bull Prospect#—Range Bull#
and Females AT ALL TIMES
SHERIDAN • WYOMING
YEARLING BULLS FOB SALB
HERD SIRES: E Domestic Bocket and
OK Gold Emblem Jr.
CHAS. & ALICE HINDERAGER
Morony Star Boute
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
* > &JM* 1 * ADyANCE
Big Horn, Wyu.
FOB SALE: 20 Coming 2-year-old Bulls.
10 Bred Heifers to calve in February.
A few yearling bulls for sale at the ranch.
Montana #1 Hogs for Sale
Bred Sews and Boars
W. K. (Bill) & JIM TURNER
GREEN VALLEY ANGUS
Phone GA 3-5424
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Main Herd Sires
Eileenmere 4 of VG
Eliminator 7 of VG
FOR SALE: 20 Com
ing 2-year-old Balls.
Mr. and Mrs.
FRED O. HARRER
Rte. 1, Bozeman, Mont.
ill] S JJ 3
Yearling Bulls A Females far Sale
HOWARD A MARY BAIRD
Judith Gap» Moataas
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