Ranch-related hiatus

I realize consistent, frequent blogging is the success to being a fully-fledged blogger. I also realize I have failed (see last post dated Sept. 11). But, I also realize I wear many hats, and sometimes devoting time to speak to an anonymous internet crowd is not on the wardrobe list.

We have been nothing short of busy at Bichler Simmentals and Red Angus. To catch you up to speed would be too long of a post; you would not read the eloquence in its entirety anyways.
Paul putting in a lot tag during ultrasound day Jan. 14.

JJ Hovde takes an ultrasound measurement of a bull's ribeye area, marbling and fat thickness. 

The most important thing coming down the docket is our 14th annual production sale slated for Tuesday, Feb. 12 at our ranch in Linton, N.D. The sale starts at 1 p.m. CST with a lunch and viewing of all lots occurring before the start time. We are talking homemade chili, cookies, rolls, coffee, bread, butter. You name it. You won't want to miss the camaraderie or the cattle.

Speaking of cattle, this year we will be selling 70 yearling bulls as well as 50 open and bred heifers including a couple you-pick groups (Did someone say W21?). Our catalog will be printing within the week, if all goes as planned, and we welcome any and all visitors to the ranch to take a look beforehand.

To view the offering before the catalog is printed, visit our Facebook page.

We are excited about this years' offering. We recently mailed a brochure highlighting our cowherd, because we recognize the importance of ours and our customers' cowherds.

Contact us today for a catalog!

The above and below comprise a tri-fold brochure. 


Popular Posts