The catalogue is now online…. check it out here. If you are interested in a copy, just message through the website or text Andrew your full mailing address at 306-736-7393.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call.
We are working on our Tuesday December 12th female sale catalogue. We are hoping it will be online in about a week and mailed out by mid November. If you are interested in a catalogue you can message here through the website or text Andrew at 306-736-7393.
There are over 350 straight bred Angus females on this sale.
This last week, Dad and I headed down to our South pastures. 150 pair were on 5 1/2 quarters of dry pasture. We ran the whole group into a previously set up corral, sorted the cows off and then loaded two loaves of calves to bring home. The cows will remain there until first snow, hopefully that will be late November. The bull calves will go onto a silage ration and heifer calves will go back on home pasture within a few days.
Here is a bit of an overview of the evenings job.
Last month our girls attended their first Junior Angus Show in Lloydminster. This year was their first year in 4H which they thoroughly enjoyed and decided to take it to the next level at the Canadian Show. This was a 4 day event where they competed against hundreds of fellow Junior Angus members and great Angus cattle. A big thank you to Holly and Kelly Somerville from Ontario for all their help throughout the show. The girls were able to compete in multiple events and I think it was as exciting for us as parents as it was for them.
The other night we headed out to check the pastures with the family. It’s been dry but the grass is still really good. The flies and mosquitoes are bothering the cattle a bit but we believe the garlic we have in our mineral is helping. So far we haven’t had to do any treating so these tours are really enjoyable.