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!
Big time red steer that’s stout, mature, and could easily be ready in August. Wish he was roan, close, but not quite. He has a ton of presence and is built awesome at the ground. Flex, power, mass, and lots of look. If he finds a decent home, he will be tough to get around next summer.
Late April steer that makes me even more excited about the Kolt 45 calves that are inutero. This hold-over, late fall show steer is a stud. Cocky, cool, chromed up just enough, stout, and wide. I would bet if he finds a good home, the compitition will be talking about what they are going to do to beat you next year. This little monster is flat good.
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 the first one on the sale that has ran on the mountain all summer. We run a bunch of cows on a forest permit, and to all my friends in the midwest who cannot get their heads around that kind of deal, he has certainly seen a real life bear, no creep, no pampering! Good, good calf just add feed and you will be so surprised how well he preforms. He has never had a bite of grain until a month ago.
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.
I bought a cane of Worth the Wait last year, used one straw early to test a cow for TH. Turns out she is positive, and then bred some later. This stout, wide, sound feller was on the mountain. He is out of a former show heifer of Brock’s that never got a chance to see her true potential because of the China Virus. He is good!
If you southern boys are paying attention, there are several hold-over steers here that will finance a pallet of feed or a King Ranch pickup, worth roughly the same. Good steer, better middled than some out of HIA and with a little luck, he classes Angus in the Lone Star State.
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.
Real good patterned baldie steer that is way, way sound. Green as they come, but he never had grain until mid-October. He has a lot of upside, out of a good young cow with a bright future. He acts exceptional even though he has been on the dinner menu for several bears, no doubt.