Over 2800 Head Consigned!

October Replacement Female Sale
Saturday, October 21, 2017

10:00 am
San Saba


Bred Cows, Pairs, Bred and Open Heifers will be offered

If your needs are for just a few head or for a truckload, plan to attend this sale.  Cattle will be sorted and
shaped into uniform groups according to age, breed, and months bred.

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Consignments Include:
  • 82 Choice Hereford pair 3-5 years old with true F-1 Tigerstripe calves at their side out of Hudgins Brahman bulls.  These cows were AI bred with sexed semen for females and cleaned up with Hudgins bulls.  There are approximately 75% heifer calves on these cows.  Cows are held open and are current on vaccinations.  Cows are extremely gentle and come to cake.  Here is the chance to get in the F-1 business.  (1)
  • 100 Choice Angus cows that will be AI bred to choice Hereford bulls.  Cows are 3-5 years old will mostly be second or third calf.  Cows will be in great shape and current on all shots.  If you are looking for a good set of Angus cows then take a look at these.   (2)
  • 50 Angus cows with some baldies that will be long bred to either Angus or Charolais bulls.  Cows are 4-6 years old and will be the calf raising kind.  (3)
  • 26 Angus pair that will be 3-5 years old with young Angus and Charolais calves at their side and will be selling back as open for the bull of your choice.  Calves have all been worked and wormed and the cows were wormed recently.  Pairs are gentle and will come to feed.  This is a good set of fall calving pairs.  (4)
  • 40 One raising set of choice Angus heifers that will be long bred to solid black Corriente bulls for easy calving.  Heifers will weigh 1000 lbs plus and will be very gentle.  These heifers will be the front pasture kind and will last you a long time.  Don’t miss this set!  (5)
  • 20 Choice Angus plus heifers sired by registered Angus bulls and Braford cows.  Females are 20 months old and are 4-6 months bred to low birth weight Red Angus bulls. This one raising set of females are all ocv, gentle and come to cake.  (6)
  • 20 Choice Super Black Baldie heifers that are out of Hereford bulls and Brangus cows.   Heifers will be medium bred to low birth weight Hereford bulls.  They will weigh 1000 lbs and be the calf raising kind.  Don’t miss this set of productive females. (7)

Lee Ranch Dispersal
Cattle Will Sell @ 12:00 Noon

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75 Fancy Angus pair off the Lee Ranch that all go back Larry Donop genetics.  There are 2 three year olds, 54 four year olds and 25 five year olds.  Many of these females are sired by Gridmaker Sons.  The calves on these cows were born in June 2017 with 60 being sired by Homestead, 10 sired by Absolute and 5 out of Plainsman.  Cows have been running back with a Larry Donop AI bulls that are all sons of Rito 6EM3 since July 24th.  These are as good as they get.  Records on all calves will be available sale day.  (8)
92 Choice 3-5 year old Angus cows off of the Lee Ranch in which there are 44 three year 30 four year olds and 18 five year olds that all go back to Larry Donop genetics.  Many of these cows are sired by In Focus, Picasso, Final Product, Image Maker and Gridmaker sons.  These cows have been producing female and herd bull prospects for the ranch.  Cows should be heavy bred to ranch herd bulls that are sired by a son of Rito 6EM3 and a son of Blue Stem .  These are all one raising and the front pasture kind.  (9)
8 Twenty month old Angus heifers coming from the Lee Ranch.  These fancy females are sired by sons of In Focus, Picasso, Final Product and Image Maker.  These females should be heavy bred to low birth weight Angus bulls.  These will be nice.  (10)
21 Six year old Angus cows off the Lee Ranch.  These cows will be long bred and all go back to Larry Donop genetics.  Cows are all bred back to ranch herd sires.  (11)
7 Angus cows off the Lee Ranch.  These cows are solid mouth and are all long bred to ranch herd sires. (12)

  • 15 Angus plus heifers along with a few badleis that will be long bred to a proven low birth weight Angus bull.  Heifers are gentle and come to feed.  (13)
  • 20 Young baby tooth (5 or younger) Angus pair with calves at their side and were with the bulls for 45 days and will sell as 3in1 packages.  Calves have all been worked and cows and calves were wormed at the end of August.  Pairs are gentle and come to a cake wagon.  (15)
  • 50 Angus or Angus baldie with a few red cows that will be medium to long bred to Hereford or Angus bulls.  Cows will be 4-6 years old and in good shape.  They will be gentle and come to feed.  Cows will be sorted into uniform groups according to kind and pregnancy.  (16)
  • 5 Super Black Baldie heifers that will be long bred to an Angus bull.   Heifers will weigh 1000 lbs and be the calf raising kind.  (17)
  • 35 Young Angus cows with a few badlies that will be medium to long bred to Charolais bulls.  Cows are 3-5 years old and will be a good set of calf raisers.  They will be sorted into uniform groups for your liking.  (18)
  • 5 Open Angus heifers that will weigh 750-800 lbs.  Heifers are ocv and current on all shots.  They are ready for the bulls.  (19)
  • 45 Angus or Brangus type cows with some reds and Charolais crosses that will be medium to long bred to Angus bulls.  Cows are 4-6 years old and will be in good shape.  They will be sorted into uniform groups according to kind and pregnancy.  (20)
  • 15 Angus+ cows that will be long bred to Angus or Hereford bulls.  Cows will be solid mouth and current on all shots.  They will weigh 1300-1400 lbs.  (21)

55 Choice Hereford heifers that are all one raising and will be selling as open.  Heifers are ocv and will weigh 850 lbs and dehorned.  They are coming off the well know Babbitt Ranch and will be ideal for an F-1 program.  You will like this set of productive females.   (23)
55 Choice Hereford heifers that are all one raising to start calving the first of March for a 90 day period to the ranches proven low birth weight Black Angus and Red Angus bulls.  This set of heifers will work well in any F-1 program and are coming off the well know Babbitt Ranch that have been raising Hereford cattle for many years.  Heifers have a lot of eye appeal and will all be dehorned.  For pictures go to our website.   (24)
55 Choice Black Baldie (English) bred heifers that are all one raising out of Babbitt Ranch Hereford cows and Angus bulls.  These heifers are all coming off the well know Babbitt Ranch and will start calving the first of March for 90 days out of proven low birth Black Angus and Red Angus bulls.  You will like this set of heifers.  A lot of good genetics in this program.  (25)

  • 1 Brangus pair that will have a Brangus bull calf at her side.  Cow is solid mouth and has been left open.(26)
  • 1 First calf Brangus type pair that will have a heifer calf at her side.  Cow will be open.  (27)
  • 7 Home raised certified black F-1 heifers that are out of a registered Brahman bull and Angus cows.  They will be medium bred to a registered Brahman bull and their calves will qualify for the F-1 plus program.  Heifers will be in good shape and certified papers will be furnished.  (28)
  • 2 Open Tigerstripe heifers that will weigh 950 lbs and ready for the bull of your choice.  (29)
  • 4 Brangus baldie heifers that will weigh 850-900 lbs and will be selling as open.  (30)
  • 9 Home raised Brangus built heifers that are open and coming off McKinnerney Brangus.  Heifers will be ocv and weigh 700 lbs.  (31)

45 Fancy long bred Brangus heifers weighing 1000 lbs.  These females are bred to low birth weight Angus bulls and are all ocv.  These will be the front pasture kind.  (32)

  • 65 Crossbred heifers with the majority of the females being Angus plus to Brangus with the balance being Char-Bray, Gert cross and Braford.  Heifers are all long bred to a low birth weight Hereford bulls and will weigh 1000 lbs.  These heifers are all ¼ to ½ ear and all one brand.  (33)
  • 20 One raising set of open Angus heifers that will average 700 lbs.  Heifers are current on all shots and are ocv.  They are gentle and easy to handle.  Don’t miss out on this set of productive heifers.  (35)
  • 11 Second calf one raising set of black white face pair that have Angus calves at their side.  Cows will be selling back as open for the bull of your choice.  Cows are gentle and easy to handle.  (38)
  • 6 One raising set of second calf Red Angus pair that have Red Angus calves at their side.  Cows are gentle and will be selling as back as open.  (39)
  • 6 Second calf Angus plus pair that have Red Angus cross calves at their side.  Cows will be selling back as open and are very gentle.  (40)
  • 10 Angus and black white face cows that are 3-5 years old with Angus or Charolais calves at their side that will average 300 lbs.  Cows are running back with Angus or Charolais bulls and will be 3in1’s on sale day.(41)
  • 10 One raising set of Angus pair that are 3-5 years old with Angus calves at their side that will average 300 lbs.  Cows are running back with Angus bulls and shoud be 3in1’s on sale day.  (42)
  • 50 Angus heifers that will average 950-1000 lbs that will be selling as medium to long bred to proven low birth weight Angus bulls.  Heifers are current on all shots and are very gentle.  Don’t miss this set of productive calf raisers.  (43)
  • 15 Angus heifers that will average 850 lbs that will be selling as short to medium bred to a low birth weight Angus bull.  Heifers are gentle and easy to handle.  (44)
  • 20 Black and black white face heifers that will average 900 lbs and will be medium to long bred to black bulls. (45)
  • 3 Charolais pair that have their first calf at their side and cows have been running back with an Angus bull.(46)
  • 25 Open Brangus heifers that will average 750 lbs.  Heifers are gentle and will be ideal for the bull of your choice.  Heifers are all ocv and current on shots.  (47)
  • 25 Open Brangus white face heifers that will average 750 lbs that are very gentle and have been handled the right way.  Heifers are current on all shots and ocv.  (48)
  • 150 Open Tigerstripe heifers that will average 700 lbs.  They are current on all shots and will be ideal for the bulls of your choice.  Heifers have been handled the right way and are gentle.  They are ocv and will make a productive set of cows. (49)
  • 15 Open Brangus heifers that will average 850 lbs and are ideal for the bull of your choice.  They are all ocv and very gentle.  (50)
  • 7 SimAngus cows that are straight 4 year olds and are home raised and will be selling as medium to long bred to a SimAngus bull.  Cows are very gentle and will come to feed.  (51)
  • 5 Second calf Angus cows that will be selling as medium bred to Angus bulls.  Cows are all home raised and very gentle.  (52)
  • 5 Angus heifers that will be selling as long bred to a low birth weight Angus bull.  Heifers are all one raising set that are easy to handle.  (53)
  • 5 One raising set of open Angus heifers that will average 750-800 lbs.  Heifers are gentle and will be ideal for the bull of your choice.  (54)
  • 2 Home raised horned Hereford first calf pair that have black white face calves at their side.  Heifers have been running back with an Angus bull for a short time.  They are gentle and easy to handle. (55)
  • 4 Home raised horned Hereford heifers that will be selling as medium to long bred to a low birth weight Angus bull.(56)
  • 40 Angus and Angus plus cows 3-5 years old that are medium to long bred to Angus bulls. (59)
  • 4 Angus & Red Angus cows that are 3 years old that will start calving in December to Red Angus bulls for 60 days.(60)
  • 23 Angus plus heifers bred to low birth weight Pharo Ranch Red Angus bulls.  These females will start calving in December for 60 days.  They are all ocv.  (61)
  • 25 Three to four year old Angus plus pair with Charolais calves at their side.  These females are running back with Charolais bulls and should be 3in1’s by sale day.  (62)
  • 21 Home raised open Angus heifers that will be weighing 650-700 lbs.  Heifers are ocv, current on all shots and not carrying any brands or earmarks.  (63)
  • 12  Red,  Angus (44 Farms)  Brahman cross heifers.  Heifers are out of Halfmann or RA Brown bulls.  They will be 10-11 months old and current on all shots.  These heifers will be the calf raising kind.  Heifers are all home raised and not carrying any brands or earmarks.  (65)
  • 35 Angus & Angus plus cows that will all be baby tooth and one raising.  Cows will be long bred to Angus or Angus Charolais cross bulls.  They will be in good shape and be a good set of calf raisers.  Cows will be sorted into uniform groups according to kind.  (66)
  • 150 Angus or Brangus cows with some baldies that will be medium to long bred to Angus or Hereford bulls.  Cows will be 3-5 years old and will be sorted into uniform groups for your liking.  They will come to feed and have been handled the right way.  (67)
  • 15 Angus or Brangus pair that will have Angus calves at their side.  Cows are 3-5 years old and have been exposed back to an Angus bull.  (68)
  • 25 Angus cows that are five years old and bred to SimAngus bulls.  Cows will be calving in January and finish up in March.  (69)
  • 15 Northern Angus heifers bred to calve January to March out of low birth weight Angus bulls.   (70)

18 Choice Brangus cows coming with their second calves out of Angus and Hereford bulls.  These cows are big and stout and are extremely gentle and come to cake.  (71)

  • 12 Open Brangus heifers that are McKinnerney breeding and will weigh 750-800 lbs.  Heifers are all one raising and will be ocv.   (72)
  • 5 Open Red Angus heifers that will weigh 850-900 lbs and will be ready for the bull of your choice.  Heifers are ocv and will be gentle.  (73)
  • 1 Angus heifer that will be selling as open and will weigh 850 lbs.  (74)
  • 3 Red motley face heifers that will be short bred to an Angus bull.  (75)
  • 1 Angus heifer that will be short bred to an Angus bull.  (76)
  • 10 First calf Brangus pair with calves at their side out of a Hereford bull (Spearman Ranch bull).  Pairs have matching eartags and have been left open for the bull of your choice.  They are gentle and come to feed.(77)
  • 30 Angus or Angus plus pair with some baldies that will have Charolais and Angus calves at their side.  Cows are 3-5 years and have been exposed back to Hereford or Angus bulls with several being 3in1’s.  They will be sorted into uniform groups according to kind.  (78)
  • 70 Angus or Brangus cows that will be medium to long bred to Angus or Charolais bulls.  Cows are 3-5 years old and will be sorted into uniform groups.  (79)
  • 7 One raising set of Tigerstripe heifers that will be selling as short bred to a low birth weight Angus bull.  Heifers are gentle and easy to handle.  (81)
  • 53 Crossbred cows that will be medium to long bred to Angus bulls.  Cows will be 4-6 years old and make good calf raisers.  They will be sorted into uniform lots.   (82)
  • 29 Mostly black crossbred cows that will be medium to long bred to Charolais bulls along with 4 pair.  Cows will be 4-6 years old. (83)

100 Long aged Angus heifers bred to calve starting in December 15 to Brahman bulls.  This is a one raising set of females that are extremely uniform.  These heifers will weigh 1000 lbs and are all ocv.  Extremely gentle and will follow you anywhere with a sack of feed.  Heifers are right at 2 ½ years old.   (84)

 

74 One raising two year old bred Angus heifers.  These females are Gardiner and Connealy genetics and will start calving December 1st to ½ Angus ½ Corriente bulls for easy calving.  These heifers are all ocv and will weigh 1000 lbs.   (85)

  • 15 Angus cows bred to Pinzgauer bulls to calve with their third calf this spring.  Cows are in good condition and extremely gentle.  (86)
  • 5 Choice first calf Angus pair with Angus sired calves at their side.  These females have been running back with an Angus bull and could be 3in1’s by sale day.   (87)
  • 6 Angus heifers medium to long bred to a low birth weight Angus bull.  Heifers are gentle and will weigh 900-1000 lbs.  (88)

70 Choice open one raising set of Hereford heifers that have all been dehorned and will weigh 875-900 lbs and will be ideal to breed this fall, winter or spring.  This group of heifers will be ideal for an F-1 factory.  Not many of these around.   All are ocv.   (89)

  • 17 First calf Angus heifers bred to Express Ranch low birth weight Angus bulls.  These heifers originated in NW Colorado and are weighing 950 lbs.  They will start calving in February for a 75 days calving period.  They are current on all vaccinations, wormed and ocv.   (90)
  • 5 Three year old home raised black Angus cows weighing 1050-1100 lbs bred to start calving February 15th for 75 days to a low birth weight Express Ranch Angus bull.  They are current on all vaccinations. (91)
  • 4 First calf Angus heifers bred to an Express Ranch Angus bull to start calving February 15th.  They are current on all vaccinations.  (92)
  • 50 Angus heifers bred to low birth weight Richardson Angus bulls.  Heifers are current on vaccinations, wormed and ocv.  (93)
  • 14 Open Angus heifers 14-15 months old and weighing 850 lbs.  Heifers are all ocv, wormed and tagged.  They are ready for the bulls to make fall calvers.   (94)
  • 31 Angus & Angus plus cows that are 3 years old that are solid mouth.  These females should be spring calvers and are bred to 44 Farms registered Angus bulls.  Cows will be sorted for by age and pregnancy.  (95)
  • 121 Brangus and Angus plus heifers bred to calve in January & February to Black Corriente bulls.  Heifers will be sorted for uniformity and pregnancy.  (96)
  • 44 Three year old Red Angus cows coming with their second calves out of Red Angus bulls.  These females will calve January thru March.  This is a nice set of cows.   (97)
  • 44 Angus & Angus plus heifers bred to low birth weight Angus bulls to calve January thru March.  These females will be sorted into uniform groups.  (98)
  • 4 Angus pair with their first calf at their side out of an Angus bull.   (99)
  • 15 Angus and Angus+ heifers medium bred to low birth weight Red & Black Angus bulls.  Heifers are weighing 800 lbs.   (100)
  • 5 Brangus cows that are 3-6 years old and medium bred to Red & Black Angus bulls.  (101)
  • 7 First calf Angus pair out of Donop Ranch bloodlines with calves at their side out of Express Ranch Angus bulls.  They are left open so you can breed them to the bull of your choice.   (101)
  • 5 Third calf Angus pair with calves out of Express Ranch Angus bulls.  Cows are left open so you can breed to the bull of your choice.  (102)

 

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