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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, December 15, 1961, Image 19

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been used as breeders is equal to that
of steer beef. . .
Dairy type bulls from the heavier
breeds such as Hblstein and Brown
Swiss will reach marketable weights of
90ft ta 1,000 pounds in a year's time
and their feed conversion ratio is very
favorable.
Veal or Baby Beef
I am starting to work into this kind
of a program on my farm this fall. To
begin with, we will take the bull calves
and feed them out to about 200 pounds
and sell them as veal. If the veal
market should not prove satisfactory,
these calves can be carried right on
to dairy type baby beef and sold at
weights around 500 to 600 pounds.
If feed costs are favorable and
market conditions justify, they can go
on stiU further to be sold as beef in
the 1,000 pound class. Under this pro
gram all the bull calves produced from
my herd can be sold to advantage and
should increase the profit picture on
the dairy farm.
In connection with this same feeding
enterprise, dairy heifers that are being
kept for replacements can be given
the same kind of care and will be
grown out to better weights and will
come into the milking string in better
condition than those which have re
ceived ordinary feed and care.
I find that much of the production
potential of dairy cows is lost due to
poor feeding and poor management
during their first two years. In the
past I have been contracting for the
feeding and care of my replacement
heifers and have been very disap
pointed in the manner in which I get
them back.
The production of red meat as veal
or as dairy type beef will add diversi
fication and increase the profit poten
tial under this new program.
MEADOW VALLEY
ANCUS RANCH
2mI ANNUAL
Saturday - January 6
PRODUCTION SALE
Glasgow, Montana
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Sale Starts 1:00 P.M, at the Glasgow Livestock Sales Co,
Free Coffee and Doughnuts
PAT GOGGINS, Auctioneer
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54 Registered Angus
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28 BULLS — 26 BRED FEMALES — COMING 2's
We ore proud of this fine group of sale animals. They have not been picked over. In fact, wc have
not sold any of our 1960 production but have kept them all for our Production Sale. They ore a big
type animal and carry lots of quality with this weight. You'll notice the length and depth of body
and heft of bone. As you will see when you attend this January 6 sole, there are no "tail ends."
They are a very uniform group all the way through. We firmly believe this is a very good quality '
sale offering and Invite your inspection.
No rancher ever lost money on o good bull or cow and we're offering 54 of them at Glasgow.
Also, see our new herd sire, from L. B. Pierce & Son, Creston, Illinois, Woodlown BardoHermere
103rd, out of Dor Macs BardoHermere 40th.

$10 Delivery Within 300 Miles
Catalogs on Request
PHONE JA 7-3434
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Grant Creek Angus
Gross $26,000
1 2-year-oH bail ....
15 trail calves average
60 heifer calves average .... 257
21 commercial heifer calves . 152
6 mature cows average ... 295
THE MARBUTS of Grant Creek
Ranch near Missoula brought out a set
of Angus cattle of which all western
Montana might be proud of in their
•"Scotch Black" sale, Dec. 2.
A near capacity crowd "skated" over
icy roads, through snow and fog to
attend the sale. Pete Krudde, Plains,
purchased the top selling, and only
2-year-old of the sale at $1,025. John
Perkins, Deer Lodge, picked a bull
calf at $620 which had brought on spir
ited bidding.
Wells Andrews, Belt, was the largest
buyer at the sale, selecting seven bull
ealves and 24 heifer calves, most of
Prince of Red Gate breeding. There
were other volume buyers, too, includ
ing Dick Rosignol, Lolo; Dr. J. A.
Hier, Kalispell; Bill Wilson and Sy
Coriett, Drummond; Jack Simmons,
St. Regis; George and Larry Schoup,
Tendroy, Idaho; H. H. Bits, Box Elder;
Joe Fields, Missoula; Allen Johnson,
Kalispell; Leonard and William Sale
man, Poison; Ken Phillips and Lloyd
Smyth, St. Ignatius, and Jerald Lay
ton, Ronan.
The Grant Creek Angus sale featured
the breeding of Imperial Prince of
Rowley through the six sons and grand
sons of this Scotch bred bull owned by
the Marbuts. These "Prince of Red
Gate" bulls sired what many Angus
authorities at ring side claimed to be
one of the most uniform, high quality
sets of Blacks to be put together in
a single breeder herd in Montana.
$1,025
311
HARRER'S "UNIFORMITY" SALE
FEBRUARY 23
_ 730 Registered Angu s
Selling
75 Bulls
55 Femoles
AT THE RANCH
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KOYAMA FARMS
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SUFFOLK
SHEEP
Rockvalie A Coble
Breeding
150 Bucks and
Buck Lambs
THE TOPS IN S
ANGUS A
20 Bulls L
30 Heifers E
Phone: Office 704 — Heme 84 t
TOM KOYAMA HARDIN, MONT.
ANGUS BREEDERS
Plan now to attend the
Montana Winter Fair Angus Events
Bozeman, Montana
Please send »5.00 tor your 1962 dues.
MONTANA ANGUS ASSOCIATION
Carl Sttmsen, See'y.
Belgrade. Mont.
VIEW- ANGUS NCH
BardoHermere Breeding
from the top Angus herds «6 tee nation . . .
the winning kind.
Buds and Females for Sol*
PAUL F. BOYLAN
BOZEMAN, MONT.
Renew your subscription TODAY
Advertisements in MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN are the show windows
through which reliable advertisers tell yea about their newest predicts.
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Bardolfer * Bandolier Breeding:
FOB SALK: A Few Coming 2-Year-Old Bails
GEORGE EB1.EN
BELGRADE. MONT.
Route 1—Phone 028112
TETON VALLEY RANCH
'Reputation Registered Aberdeen-Angus'"
Eiieenmere Breeding
FOR SALE—25 Bulls, Performance Tested.
Herd Sires Eiieenmere 1
Marias 3.
Eliminator o i
E. OLIVER AABERGE
DUTTON. MONTANA
$ Mlle» N. on Hiway — Phene GR 6-323»
ROLLIN' ROCK
ANGUS RANCH
KHSS
Homo fj Prqchcol Angus
DALE 8. BETTY DAVIS
BELGRADE. MONTANA
N BAR RANCH
Registered and C o mm ercial
Cattle
GRASS RANGE, MONTANA

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