Fassett Hay & Cattle - Good Cattle... Great Kids!
Fassett Hay & Cattle is a family farm operation that strives to produce quality in all we do. We have a club calf operation located in Durango, Colorado which is in the southwest corner of the state. We have been in the club calf business since 1999. Our goal is to produce cattle that will make you successful in your showing endeavors. We live and breathe agriculture and are teaching our children its importance. We believe in strong customer support, our success is dependent on your success. We are proud that we have been successful at all levels, from local to national.Read More
November 29, 2022 Cattle Preview:
This stout, wide bodied calf is out of one of Kaleb's cows, big time potential. Not your average fat headed, flat pinned Wynn in Doubt. Square, cool, big hair, and a ton of body. I see this one as an early fall show maturity wise, but AOC sees herself as a great member of the US House of Representative. If I am acuarte as she is then he is, a true hold-over.
This is your Colorado girl! Has some blue hairs, but it seems all of Colorado has plenty of blue, especially after mid-term elections. She is bushy with big fury legs like so many girls in Colorado mountain towns, especially waitresses at about half of the restaurants. I'm pretty sure that if Smokey Bear and Chewbacca had a love child that they would not be this hairy. She identifies as a they/them becasue she is a twin to a bull. Market heifer galore!
I try to salt these sales with good cattle all the way through. This heifer will make a market heifer or probably a cow if you like. My good friends, the Halphens in New Mexico, have always bought heifers like this from me and have raised more good steers that win out of a twenty-cow herd than any outfit I know of. They make me feel silly, I sell heifers that I think that I can live without, they buy them, I show up to breed cows at midnight, and they raise a steer that got juked and is third overall at New Mexico state, or at very least, win San Juan County Fair.
This stud is pretty hard to fault. Sound, shapely, and good looking with awesome hair. I think he will feed pretty easy and has a whole lot of upside. Super gentle and easy to work with. He would be a great fit for a younger exhibitor!
Another steer that spent his summer on the Gunnison National Forest. Brock and I kind of have missed this thing as a baby or he would have summered in a friendlier environment. This bugger is good! Lots of look and quality, power, mass, sound and lively enough to outdistance a bear. Apply feed and you will look way smart, I bet. Good steer, will be ready early if you will pay $30 for a bag of feed and give him all he wants.
Brock and Kaleb cook up some intensive matings. Good steer, sound, practical, and growthy. Will feed for a summer show. Instead of feeding a leg-swinging midget, you should try a sound, growthy, good steer. They turn out better in the end.
Upcoming Sale Dates:
October 1, 2022
November 29, 2022
Online Sale Hosted by: Show Cattle Connection