We aren’t sure if this one would rather be a house pet or a show steer. Either way he will fit the bill. Named Mack Brown after the famous college football coach. All kidding aside he’s a really good show steer. Stout, square, and great looking. He is loose structured, clean jointed, and perfect at the ground. Big leg hair, big legs, and big personality. He will be competitive and an absolute pleasure to feed and show. New Mexico bred eligible. Raised by Crane Cattle.
Mighty Whitey! This freaky built IGWT is cocky, great necked, and big backed. He’s a thick ended calf, loose structured, and sound moving. His mother is a great butterscotch colored cow that has finally fired a shot here. She’s full sib to the mother of the popular champion steer at Moffat County Fair for Reed’s last year. Give him a pallet of feed as an early Christmas present and gather some banners!
A really good built Fu steer that came in skinny as a rail off a mountain permit that had no rain. He’s coming around quickly now. He is good looking, complete, and sound structured. Think of all the time you will save balling his tail. It’s a little short but it proves that he’s faster than the bear, I guess. Raised by Etzler Livestock.
Massively and powerful colored up baldy steer. Big back, hip, and foot plus he is really nice haired and has the chrome. He will likely stay smaller and stouter bodied, good class one or two steer or will hold until New Mexico or Arizona State Fairs as well.
He’s a nice roan steer that will class shorthorn anywhere if you need one or be a good project for about any county fair. He’s good bodied, with top and more hip than most shorthorns. His brother last year was a great project for the Harthun Family from Kremling, Colorado.
Here is a shapely sound structed steer out of a second calver that pretty laced up with chubby blood. I think this one will feed good for a county fair.
A big, stout, brockle that will be ready early if you need one in July or early August. A good bodied, heavy muscled steer that loves small children and feed buckets! He will be an easy feeder that would be a great choice for a younger exhibitor. Raised by Halphen Family.
This is a really nice built calf out of a second calver. He’s stound structured, very flexible, and has outstanding hair! He is later maturing and would be a good choice for a later show.
This Monopoly has changed enormously since we got him weaned. He is sound structed, saggy middled, and big legged. He is a good haired steer that will be an easy feeder, I think. He is a younger calf out of a good cow of Luke and Kristen’s, just add feed. Surgically dehorned before the sale
If you like to be a little different this red steer will not be like all the black ones. He is stout, big backed, and heavy muscled. This one is long bodied and should feed good. Maternal brother to the “Black Lives Matter” steer that was Reserve for Kendall Colcord at Montezuma county 2 years ago. Surgically dehorned before the sale.