Registered Angus Bulls for Sale in Northeast Colorado
To improve the cattle and the range, we're focused on working with nature. We try to graze year round with minimal supplementation. To do this, we calve in May and June; and move the cattle through a grazing rotation designed to improve plant diversity and soil health.
Most Angus cattle have gotten too large and require too many inputs to thrive in a low-cost production system. We select AI sires for a balance of performance traits that fit our environment—the short-grass prairie of northeastern Colorado.
We develop bulls on grass. It takes longer and they won't be as fat as grain-developed bulls, but they are not going to melt when you turn them out. Their feet are going to be better and the bulls last longer. Bulls are available most times of the year.
I’d like to thank my friends at the Colorado Section of the Society for Range Management for the opportunity to serve on the board.