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GBT Angus Bull Sale
March 14-16, 2018

 


The online sale format has been so well received we are continuing it again this year:

(www.edjeauctions.com)

It's a user friendly system - even for those who despise computers! Just call us for details or any questions you may have. We'd be more than happy to help!

 



1601
HEIFER BULL
1601 has been a stand out from the start. He's big middled a good natured. His dam is a true 1100 pound, short gestation cow that is the definition of fertility and function.

   
1606
HEIFER BULL
 A nice balanced individual. Heifers first calf. These X-Plus daughters are making some nice young cows. Their moderate framed, nice uddered, with good capacity and super dispositions.
   
1607
A little bigger framed bull from a nice "Windy" daughter who's sons always seem to make the bull pen. We udder score our cows at calving and she's a 4/5! Good disposition to boot. I really start to appreciate cows when they are able to tough it out for many consecutive years-this cow is one of them.
   
1608
HEIFER BULL
1608 is another heifers first calf. We marked him "good" as a weaned calf and  still have him marked very high. Love the smooth, balanced look. Nice headed bull with extra length of spine and is clean through his bone. Same cow family as the 1526 bull in last years sale who sold to Burnett Angus of Swift Current.
   
1613
┬áMaternal brother sold last year to Century Lane Farms of Stoughton. Dam to 1613 is as broody and eye appealing as they come. She is good uddered and easy fleshing. This cow family is one of the origionals we started with 25 years ago.
   
1623
HEIFER BULL
 This bull has really come to the forefront. I really like his style and carriage through his skull and front end. I feel he's nicely balanced and will be interesting to see how he develops. Look this bull over good. Should be usable on heifers as well as the cows. Stems from the great old Blossom cow family who has populated our herd in a big way.
   
1630
 1630 is another big boy with added payweight. A little extra milk could be expected from this bulls genetics. The Gertie cow family put it all into their calves.  
   
1632 (no tag)
HEIFER BULL
 1632 is phenotypically attractive and a bull who's easy to appreciate. He's proud but not hot headed. His dam is another who scores high in the udder department.
   
1638
HEIFER BULL
 Heifers first calf. This bull doesn't have any extreme qualities to him-which is something we tend to value. Just right in his size, peformance and conformation. A well balanced individual in my opinion.
   
1647
1647 should gather some friends come bidding day. He's from a proven cow with an impeccable resume for fertility and function. Not to mention she has an udder score of 4/5. 1113 is a Legacy x Forte combination that was extremely successful for us and 1647 is a prime example. This bull is rugged, with robust muscle shape and attractive style. I value this bull and his genetic backing as high as any in the offering. He should sire stout steers and productive, lasting females. Maternal brother sold to David Message of Ormiston,Sk in 2016.
   
1649
POSSIBLE HEIFER BULL
 1649 should work well on cows or sampled on some heifers. His dam is about as nice as one can make them. She is a result of embryo transfer when we flushed the great old 51F Cassie cow to OCC Legacy 839L. If you have some udders to tidy up, 1649 may just be your answer. Maternal brother sold in 2016 to Jim Bob Gomersoll of Moose Jaw.
   
1650
HEIFER BULL
1650 isn't the flashiest or heaviest muscled bull in the pen but should be carrying a good dose of fertility and function through his mothers genetics. She has one of the tightest calving intervals of all our cows. She is also responsible for putting some nice bulls through this sale. In fact she raised the high seller in 2016 to High Plains Ranch.
   
1656
Attractive patterned bull. Note how many times Legacy graces the pedigrees of our cow herd. Legacy is a real influential sire of quality sons as well as daughters.
   
1664
Good solid bull with nice shape and balance. 1664 is another who catches your attention. Dam is a real nice Legacy daughter with an absolutely flawless udder. Great grand dam is the very influential foundation Cassie 51F cow who made big influences to our herd. Maternal brother sold to Ramage Farms-Werner, Becky Skappel Wawota,Sk.
   
1670
Chock full of natural muscling and dimension with the added bonus of having an upheaded, attractive appearance. Comes from the prolific Ruby Belle cow family. In fact 1670's grand dam was flushed successfully with several good sons selling through our sale and retained daughters in herd.
   
1675
This guys mom is one of my favourites. She has everything we look for in a cow. 1675 is a maternal brother to the very good 1239 bull known as "Locomotive".
   
1680
HEIFER BULL
 1680 is another one of those bulls who I think is hard to fault. Again, nothing extreme, just a nice honest bull who covers the bases pretty well- phenotypically and genetically. Dam is a product of embryo transfer by Sinclair Grassmaster from the great Ruby Belle 134L cow. We will go back and use some more Grassmaster in the future. They display high volume, nice udders, low birth and good dispositions.
   
Photo Coming Soon 1683
HEIFER BULL
PUREBRED UNREGISTERED BULL. SELLS WITHOUT PAPERS.
┬áDam is a result of embryo transfer and stems from the Crescent Creek Rosebud cow family that has enjoyed so much popularity the last number of years. 1683's dam is nice uddered and angular.
   
1685
Very acceptable herd bull. Our good friend from Runnung Rabbit Ranch of Cessford, Alberta bought this bulls maternal brother a number of years back. The dam is one of our "cover girls" due to her udder quality-it's the benchmark to perfection-a Legacy trait.
   
1686
Maternal brother sold last year to Steven and Tiffany Anderson of Hamiota. A Cassie cow who's been a solid producer for many years and almost made it into her teens before coming up open this fall.
   
Photo Coming Soon 1694
Step up to a solid bull with tremendous maternal capabilities. His dam; Cassie 1010 is a result of embryo transfer and was linebred EXT through her sire Leachman Right Time and our foundation Cassie 51F cow. This guy could be quite influential in building a quality cow herd.
   
Photo Coming Soon “16203” (waiting on dna to determine this bulls identity. 16203 is his generic tag until we find out his parentage)
16203 is another good representation from our program. He's smooth and clean in his lines and about right sized.

 

Round up of 2015 sale bulls

Evaluating and weighing bulls from summer grazing

Evaluating and weighing bulls from summer grazing

Evaluating and weighing bulls from summer grazing

October 1 Sale bulls at home, strip grazing

October 1 Sale bulls at home, strip grazing