ALL SIRED BY MONOPOLY AND OR MONOPOLY CLONES THIS YEAR ALONE Grand Champion Percentage Charolais Female – Junior Show- 2015 NWSS Reserve Grand Champion Mainetainer Female – Junior Show- 2015 NWSS Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus-NWSS 2015 Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus-NWSS... More
Monopoly x Sunseeker Heifer. Mark your calendars for September 28 for the bear lake classic club calf sale.
By Dr. Brandi Karisch, Mississippi State University June 30, 2015 A goal of any receiving or weaning plan should be to minimize stress on newly received calves. Starting new cattle, whether they be newly weaned or... More
Pinkeye: Early detection and action recommended this summer By Janna Kincheloe and Russ Daly, SDSU iGrow June 29, 2015 With warm weather approaching, thoughts of many cattlemen around this area have turned to pinkeye, one of the most... More
There was many major champions in the 60s 70s and 80s that lived in that barn. Denver, Iowa State Fair, Aksarben, etc…. Lots of memories.
Reserve overall Wheeler County progress show. Shown by Daniel Beller. Sold by Wiese Cattle, Dunk Cattle, and Voegele. Sired by Monopoly
Good morning Mary, Just wanted to let all of you @ Lautner Farms and all of the followers and supporters of Cody along his journey over the the last year and a half that today is his... More
By Kris Ringwall, NDSU Extension Service June 26, 2015 I remember discussing calving with a beef producer during one of the less-than-desirable mid-April days. You know the kind of day: 28 degrees, wind, rain, snow, mud and... More
Shown By: Will Neal Sold By: Andrew Lange, Fraker Show cattle Sired By: Monopoly/Monopoly Clone
By Carol Sanders, University of Arkansas Extension June 26, 2015 Livestock do not need to live in air-conditioned comfort as they are well adapted to both Arkansas heat and cold, said David Fernandez, Cooperative Extension Program livestock... More
Shown By Kaitlyn Geyer Raised By Kaitlyn Geyer Sired By Choppin Wood
By Mary Hightower, University of Arkansas Extension June 26, 2015 Ranchers in Arkansas, Missouri and Texas are finding that cattle rustling isn’t just a crime of the Old West. Newton County, Arkansas, Sheriff Keith Slapes said cattle... More
By Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension June 25, 2015 The June USDA Cattle on Feed report shows May placements at 90 percent of last year and marketings at 92 percent of last year. There was one... More
By Jeremy Powell and Elizabeth Backes, UAEX June 24, 2015 Internal parasites are estimated to cost the U.S. cattle industry over $2.5 billion annually. Parasite burdens have been reported to decrease animal appetite, feed efficiency, ADG and... More