REGENT, N.D. – The Urlachers are ready for their 14th annual Urlacher Angus Bull Sale being held at the Bowman Auction Market beginning at 1 p.m. MST on Jan. 19, 2018.The Urlachers will sell all 2-year-old bulls that will be ready to work in the spring.“We’ll take the bulls down to Bowman on Jan. 17,” said Gregg, who runs a seedstock Black Angus operation with his wife, Mary, and kids, Stetson, Bailey and Stockton.
SIDNEY, Mont. – It’s been a bitter cold winter so far in northeastern Montana, with temperatures dipping into the minus 35 degrees below zero range.The Dynneson family, who operate a crop, cow/calf and custom calf feedlot north of Sidney, have been bundling up to feed and bed the cattle on their ranch.“We have had cold temps, but only a couple of inches of snow,” said Keith, who runs Dynneson Ranch with his wife, Tammy, and daughters, Katelyn and Alexis.
WHITEHALL, Mont. – With winter arriving at Split Diamond Ranch in southwestern Montana, Hans Buckner, who operates a seedstock Black Angus business, with his dad, Steve, has been staying busy.Temps were slightly below zero a week ago, but have risen to 28-30 degrees above zero on Jan. 11.“Calving has already started and currently, they are calving heavy at the ranch,” said Hans.
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