8th Annual Hill Country Youth Commercial Heifer Sale 
Thursday, October 21, 2021 @ 10:00 AM | San Saba

In conjunction with our regular sale.  Heifers will sell at  10:00 am.


Consignments Include:

Ruby Osbourn – Llano
4
Fancy registered Brahman heifers that are all home raised and very gentle. Heifers should calve this fall by a proven low birth weight gray Brahman bull. Heifers are long aged, big and stout. Don’t miss this set of heifers. Papers available on sale day.    (1)


Clancy Osbourn – Llano
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Fancy one raising set of Hereford heifers that came off of Rick Tisdale.  Heifers will be long bred to a low birth weight polled Hereford bull.  Heifers are extremely gentle and are the front pasture kind.  (2)


O’Brien & Bronwyn Underwood – Mason
10 fancy, bold, uniform long bred black baldie heifers that are big, stout & gentle. Confirmed sonogram bred 1-2 months on April 23rd to a low birthweight Angus bull that has produced many replacement heifers. Heifers will calve in December & January.  Groups like these are hard to put together. Don’t be part of the “Wish I had Club,” come and get them!  (3)


Faron Speck – San Angelo
4 Commercial Red Angus heifers sired by registered Red Angus bulls (RA Brown, Halfmann Red Angus and Beckton bloodlines) and born to Tex Speck Commercial Red Angus cows.   All the heifers are bred to low birth weight Red Angus bulls (Ludvigson and Beckton bloodlines) and should calve in January or February 2022 as 2-year-old cows.  Bulls were turned in with the heifers on April 6th, 2021.  Heifers are gentle and cake broke. (4)


Katelyn Robinett
3 Commercial Brangus heifers sired by a Bailey Ranch Commercial Brangus bull and born to Bailey Ranch Commercial Brangus cows. All the heifers are natural bred to a low birth weight KR Cattle registered Simbrah bull and should be calving in February 2022 as 2-year-old cows. They were exposed in mid April 2021. Dr McBride palpated them in mid July 2021 & estimated them to be two months bred.  (5)


Cassidy Besinaiz - Eden
5 Commercial/ Registered SimAngus HT heifers. Three of them were sired by Tom Brothers Dual Focus and two were sired by ZZ Mr. Black Diamond.  Heifers were bred to Black SimAngus HT bull ZZ Black George from Beth Mercer in Belton, TX. The bull ranks top 1 percent in calving ease, birth weight, marbling, API and TI EPD’s against all registered SimAngus and SimAngus HT cattle. Heifers should calve within a 60 day window from February to April 2022 as two year old cows.  (6)


Addie Morris - Eden
3 Commercial Angus/Brangus cross heifers sired by a Neal Ranch bred polled Hereford bull. And out of W Diamond Ranch Commercial Angus/Brangus cows. All heifers were bred to a Powell low birth weight Hereford bull. Bull was turned in on May 21st, 2021 and left for 90 days. Heifers to start calving March 1, 2022.   (7)


Jaxson Reichenau – Mason
4 Super Baldy (Polled Hereford X Brangus) heifers that are 22 months old and long bred to a registered low birthweight Ultrablack II bull owned by Blackwater Cattle Company and Hickory Sands Ranch. These heifers were purchased from Mr. Dale Bell of Gainesville, TX and represent some of the top genetics in the replacement cattle industry.  They possess femininity, longevity, and fertility. These heifers will make super producers for many years. Heifers will all calve in December in a 30 day window.  (8)


Sydney and Eli's Geistweidt – Doss
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Red SimAngus 2-year-old Heifers sired by RA Brown Red Angus Bulls and born to Bar-O-Bar Ranch SimAngus Cows.  They were AI bred in early March 2021 to the Beefmaster Bull Hood Red Reserve.  Hood Red Reserve is owned and marketed by NextGen Cattle Co and is in the Top 1% of the Beefmaster breed for calving ease, birthweight, and stayability while maintaining serious carcass merit as well.  The heifers ran with a low birthweight RA Brown Red Angus bull for 60 days after being AI'd and should calve between December of 2021 and February of 2022.  (9)


Keyser Ottmers – Fredericksburg
3 Commercial bred Brangus heifers that were raised on the David Fritts Ranch.  They have very good temperaments and will eat out of your hand. All the heifers have been exposed to a low birthweight polled Hereford bull raised by the Ottmers’ family. They were put with the bull on April 25th and they should be medium bred.  (10)


Remington Easley – Llano
4 Ultrablack heifers that were born and raised in Llano County be Roland Rode of Llano Feed and Supply. These heifers were born from commercial cows and Ultrablack bulls that have been proven to meet the demands of today’s commercial cattle industry with low birth weights and high weaning weights. All 4 heifers are bred back to Mr. Rode’s low birth weight Ultrablack bull purchased from Town Creek Farm in West Point, Mississippi, and has ties to ranching families in the Hill Country. The foundation of the Town Creek herd originated from Cow Creek Ranch genetics located in Aliceville, Alabama. Cow Creek, Home of the Ultrablacks, trademarked the Ultrablack name before selling the name to the International Brangus Breeders Association. Heifers will calve in the early spring of 2022 as 2-years old. Cube trained and easy to handle. (11)


Reagan Rode – Llano
4 Brangus Cross Heifers, born from Roland Rode's commercial herd of Brangus Cross Cows and sired by a Cow Creek Ranch Ultrablack low birth weight bull.  The heifers were exposed to a Town Creek Farm low birth weight Brangus bull and should calve in late January to February.  (12)


Riley Falkner – San Saba
5 Brangus plus heifers bred to Wagyu bulls to allow ease of calving, and they will produce high-quality beef. They were purchased from Jordan Cattle Auction in March of 2021 off Fleming Springs Ranch and were turned out with the bull March 15th.  They are very gentle and are broke to a sack and feeder. These heifers are nice and ready to become a great producer of quality beef cattle.  (13)


Gage Falkner – San Saba
5 Brangus Plus heifers purchased at Jordan Cattle Auction on March 4th, 2021 and are bred to Wagyu bulls for ease of calving and high-quality beef. They were turned out with the bulls in mid March.  They are gentle and will come to a sack or feeder.  These quality heifers will be a great asset for years to come.  (14)


Ainsley & Adler Goehring - Burnet
9 Brangus cross heifers born in the November & December of 2019 time span.  Purchased from Lerche Cattle Co in Lexington Texas.  These gentle black beauties were exposed to a low birth weight Lastovica Angus bull beginning May 1st.  All are expected to be bred and in their 2nd trimester on sale date and set for a late winter/early spring calving.  These big-boned, fancy heifers & will make a great starter herd or be an excellent addition to an existing herd.  (15)


Roy and Daphne Mews – Menard
10 Ranch raised commercial Angus heifers that are sired by Bradley 3 Ranch bulls and bred to low birthweight Bradley 3 Ranch bulls beginning March 23rd.   (16)


Makenzie and Kallan Wright – Menard
6 Commercial Angus heifers sired by Bradley 3 Ranch registered Angus bulls.  They were ranch raised from family Angus cows started by their great grandfather Carl Kothmann.  Heifers are bred to Bradley 3 Ranch low birth weight bulls turned out March 23rd.  They should be productive mothers that will improve a herd.  (17)


O’Dan and Linah Jo Wright – Menard
10 Black Angus heifers born in the winter of 2019-2020. They have been turned out on coastal Bermuda grass for 5 months during the breeding season.  The Red Angus bull that was placed on them for 90 days was out of a set of Red Angus commercial heifers that were purchased by our grandfather at the 2019 show and sale. Red X 2020 was born in November 2019 right after the show and sale and we chose to keep him due to his confirmation and low birthing weight.   (18)


Roy Brown – Menard
5 Commercial  black heifers were born to Commercial Angus Cross Cows and sired by a Angus Plus Bull.  Heifers are bred to a registered Aberdeen Angus Bull for super easy calving.  Heifers are short bred.  They have a good disposition, are gentle, come to horn for cake and have had all vaccinations.  These are true commercial heifers and know how to thrive in the pasture.   (19)


Sienna Smith – Fredonia
4 Commercial Angus cross heifers that are open and ready to breed to a bull of your choice.  (20)


Smith Brothers – Fredericksburg
9 Angus plus commercial heifers that were sired by 10x Black Angus bull and born to Black Angus plus cows. All are bred to low birth weight registered Angus bull from 44 Farms should all calve in early December as two years old. They are very gentle, cake broke, and will make an excellent set of cows.(21)


Arianna Watson - Fredericksburg
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Brangus heifers expected to calve between Feb 10 and Feb 20 based on ultrasounds June 17, 2021.  Heifers were purchased from Draggin’ M Ranch in El Dorado, AR.  Half-sisters were sold as part of the Draggin’ M commercial offering at Cavender-Draggin’ M and Partners (CDP) spring sale.  These lovely ladies are bred to CFC Brickhouse 795H (DOB 1-18-20) raised by the Cross F Ranch in Willow City.  EPD’s will be available day of sale.  These will be his first offspring.  (22)


Seth Watson - Fredericksburg
4 Hereford heifers purchased through Jordan Cattle Sales from Phil Sloan Ranch.  Heifers are from Barber bull and maternal side traces to Schmidt Herefords.  On June 17, 2021, two heifers ultrasound palpated at 55 and 25 days and two palpated as open.  Heifers will be palpated again prior to sale.  All heifers have been exposed/bred to a Red Brangus bull purchased from Lipan Bull Test in 2019.    Bull’s first calf crop from 2021 ran significantly smaller while growth has been good to better than previous bulls used in the commercial herd.  These Hereford beauties will be ready for an F1 herd next year.  (23)


Kael Watson - Fredericksburg
5 English cross black white face heifers purchased through Jordan Cattle Sales from Sledge Ranch in Mullin, TX.  On June 17 2021, heifers palpation results were 4.5 mo, 3 mo, 33, 45, and 50 days.  Four of the heifers are bred to a Red Brangus bull purchased from Lipan Bull Test in 2019.    Bull’s first calf crop from this year ran significantly smaller while growth has been good to better than previous bulls used on commercial herd.  These English baldies are ready to produce some fast-growing calves for you.  (24)


Skylar Brown – Llano
5 Angus heifers that were raised on Bill Whitworth Ranch in Sisterdale, TX. All the heifers are bred to a low birth weight Registered Angus bull raised by Kenny Smarr. The heifers were synced up and put in with the bull the first of March. They should calve as 2 years old.  They are gentle, come to a siren and would make a great addition to anyone’s herd.  (25)


Kylee Brown – Llano
5 Registered Angus heifers that were raised at Shady Oaks Farms/Behrends in Fredericksburg TX. All the heifers are bred to a low birth weight Registered Angus bull raised by Kenny Smarr. The heifers were synced up and out with the bull the first of March. They are gentle, come to a siren and would make a great addition to anyone’s herd.   (26)


Leah Geistweidt – Doss
3 Commercial Red Angus Simmental Cross heifers that were sired by RA Brown Red Angus Bulls and born to Commercial Red Angus Simmental Cross Cows. All heifers were AI bred to Hood Red Reserve 710H in early to mid-March 2021. Hood Red Reserve is a low birth weight red powerhouse Beefmaster bull. All heifers should calve early to mid-December 2021 as 2 years old.  All heifers and gentle and cube broke.  (27)


Jack and Jace Stewardson – San Saba
9 head of long bred Brangus heifers. This quality set of Brangus heifers is out of the well known Mckinnerney Brangus genetics. The Mckinnerney females are always in high demand and always bring a premium at replacement sales at Jordan Cattle Auction. This set was bought at Jordan Cattle Auction in March. This set should be in their third trimester on sale day. They are bred to a low birthweight Brangus bull. In April they were all 1 & 2 months bred. Two River Creek Waygu bulls have been running with them since April as cleanup bulls.  (28)


Will and Walker Ince – Mason
10 open Brangus heifers that came from Robby Robinson Ranches in Kimble county.  They are open and ready for your bull.  (29)


Savannah Perry – Cherokee
5 Brahman heifers that were purchased in March 2021. I chose these heifers because I’ve always found them unique and I wanted to raise some to get the full experience. These heifers were bred with a low birth weight Brahman bull.  (30)


Billy Perry – Cherokee
5 Hereford heifers that were have purchased in April 2021.  I choose these heifers because they will make good offspring for a ranch.  We bred them with a low birth weight Angus bull. They are on a very green pasture and get cubes 2 times a week. They each get 3lbs every time.  (31)


Mason & Laila Hatfield – Mason
7 Open commercial Black Angus ranch raised heifers.  Heifers are out of Reggie Loeffler commercial cows and Donop ranch Angus bulls.  Heifers are all one raising, cake broke, and siren broke. They are very gentle and ready for the bull of your choice. These heifers will make a nice set of quality ranch cows.   (32)


Hunter and Jaxan Price – Mason
10 Angus Plus heifers bought from Jordan Cattle Auction in March.  They went into the pasture with a low birth weight Angus bull (one of Larry Donop's in Melvin.) All you have to do is honk the horn or shake the bag and they will come running.   (33)


Camille Schmidt – Mason
4 good black white face Angus heifers raised by Heath Ranch, Mason, TX.  They are coming 2 years old and were born to commercial Donop Ranch Angus cows and sired by a registered Schmidt Hereford Bull.  They have been running with a commercial Angus bull since February 1.  Good size, lots of femininity and will eat of your back pocket.  (34)


Carlton Schmidt – Mason
5 solid Black Angus Heifers raised by Heath Ranch, Mason, TX.  They are coming 2 years old and were born to commercial Donop Ranch Angus cows and sired by Donop & Haverlah Angus bulls. They have been running with a commercial Angus bull since February 1.  Good size, big bone, lots of femininity, and very gentle.  (35)


Hewston Lochte – Fredericksburg
3 Commercial Brahman Replacement Heifers purchased from Jordan Cattle Auction on October 31, 2020.  What an unbelievable set of 2-3 year old heifers with tremendous bone and depth of body. These heifers will calve in Jan-Feb and were bred to a low birth weight Brahman Bull.  This set of heifers would make great foundation breeders to start a herd with or just looking to replace some older stock.  (36)


Hudson Lochte - Fredericksburg
3 Commercial Brahman Replacement Heifers purchased from Jordan Cattle Auction on October 31, 2020.  What an unbelievable set of 2-3 year old heifers with tremendous bone and depth of body. These heifers will calve in March-April and were bred to a low birth weight Brahman Bull.  This set of heifers would make great foundation breeders to start a herd with or just looking to replace some older stock.(37)


Charlie Jo & Rustyn Fuchs – Brady
10 open Super Baldies and motley face heifers long aged and ready for a bull of your choice.  (38)


Aminy Anderson – Menard
5 Red Angus heifers sired by Charlie Christiansen Red Angus bull and born to a Charlie Christiansen Red Angus cows.  All heifers are bred to Longhorn bull for easy calving.  They should calve in December or January as two years old heifers.  Bull was turned out April 1.  (39)


Ann Marie & Elisabeth Whitworth – Mason
10 open Brangus heifers that came from Robby Robinson Ranches in Kimble county.  They are open and ready for your bull.  (40)


Emma Zoeller – Fair Oaks Ranch
3 Long bred Angus heifers that all came from one herd. These heifers are cake and horn broke to come to feed. They are extremely gentle and easy to handle & have been run down the chute several times and stay very calm in pens. We bred these heifers to Akaushi Bulls and all 3 took to AI and should calve within a week. Don’t miss out on the nice set of heifers.  (41)


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