Registered Angus Genetics

 

Our History

Carl Willie bought the original home place of 150 acres in 1947. The fourth generation is just now starting to work on the farm. That’s something we are pretty proud of. We’ve gradually grown to 1200 acres of farm ground now, growing primarily alfalfa along with barley and corn. We are calving around 350 head of cows a year with approximately 150 of them registered Black Angus.  We’ve been raising registered angus since the early 90’s.

Registered 2 year old bulls for sale in the fall and spring, registered bred heifers and cows in the fall.

In Focus 25T as a 5 year old resting in the shade of a big cottonwood tree.

Aftermath grazing on barley stubble in October and corn stalks and alfalfa fields in November

We don’t show cattle. What is wanted in the show ring is not what works in the real world. We don’t spend time trimming and washing our cattle. The pictures you see of them are what they look like every day

The cows graze corn stalks until they come in to calve in February.

The winter of 2013 was cold. We were below zero 19 of 23 mornings. It’s took it’s toll on cows and equipment. The later calving cows survived on the corn stalks until the first of February.

2 YEAR OLD BULLS FOR SALE ON ANGUSAUCTIONS.COM OR DVAUCTION.COM

SALE CLOSES

MARCH 4, 2017

For more information on bulls or how to bid call Tom 208-705-8307

  1.   i50K and Parantage Tested

  2.     Semen and Trich Tested

  3.     Free of Genetic Defects

  4.     Free Delivery Within 200 Miles

  5.     First Breeding Season Guarentee

SONS AND GRANDSONS OF:

  1. SAV BISMARK 5682

  2. WOODHILL FORESIGHT

  3. SAV FINAL ANSWER 0035

  4. CONNEALY COMBINATION 0188

  5. CAR EFFICIENT 534

  6. SAV BRUISER 9164

To bid use your DVAuction login. If you do not have a login call DVAuction at 402-316-5460 to set one up. It takes just a few minutes. They will ask for a credit card or your bank information. These will not be used for payment only to verify credit worthiness. Payment will be made to Willie Cattle directly.

The majority of our registered herd spend the summer on some ground that is not suitable for crop land, grazing the salt grass and wire grass. We’ve tried to improve some of the pastures with brome grass, fescue, and birdsfoot trefoil. They then move to aftermath grazing crop ground until around Thanksgiving.