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Sumo Seisakushu C221 Wagyu Sire

Wagu x Red Angus

Photos above depict results of our foraged based Red Angus cows bred AI to a Red Wagu bull of some renown. Our project is to develop a Cross that meets both the Super Premium market (Wagu) and the Premium market (Certified Angus) for color and beef tenderness. There are serious enhancements made to the Wagu, allowing for a grass-fed and grass-finished beef program.  

On 13 SEP 2018 we bred 5 superior Red Angus females (forage based, 4 and 5 Frame Score) to the red Wagu bull Sumo Seisakushu C221 (5 Frame Score.) Three of these AI’s took and we got 1 bull and 2 heifer calves, each born on 20 Jun 2019.

Above is the Wagu Sire, and the collage shows the Dam’s and their get. The birthing process was with no assistance. The cows received no grain supplements what so ever.  All 3 calves are identical: vigorous, happy to be together. We like this combination. It appears this breeding has taken a bit of the leg length out of the calf while adding more flesh on the rear.

This is our Wagu x Red Angus Cross — we will do it again.

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We are a CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROW Farm.

Certified Wholistically Grown™ — Falster — family owned and operated farm of Pure Bred Breeding Stock. Our beef, pork, poultry, eggs, and CSA offerings are of  the finest quality: (never any GMO or SOY, never a poison or chemicals); always free-ranging outside under the sunny Texas skies, on pastures of clover and natural forages 365 days a year, every year. Pork is hand fed raw milk. 

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Mini Cow in East Texas

 

ChooSE mini

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Mini Cow in East Texas

With a focus on FRIENDLY, this is TRASK TUNA 28 . . .  a 1st time heifer, heavy bred: due in March 2020

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YOUR miniature cow HERD BUILDING RESOURCE

Calved (born) March 12, 2018, TRASK TUNA is a Mini Hereford and small French Normande cross yielding the potential for a dual purpose small family farm. As you can see she is beefy and at the same time capable of good milk for the family. If she is left alone, she will simply produce high butter fat milk for her calf.  Most of our customers love this dual purpose cow. It’s sorta like a tree that bears both apples and pears. And she loves attention, or can you tell?

She is a daughter of a Neal Trask developed bull T-197. He was genetically A2A2 while her mother was a small French Normande (Flashy Tuna 1609.) The Neal Trask line of Hereford cattle are legendary old world Herefords. While the Normande are what French Cheese is all about!

Deep bodied, excellent heart girth, top line is flat as a table, and her bottom line is solidly balanced. Genetically fly resistant, she is grass alone raised, no harmones, no GMO – just grass, salt, mineral and hay. She is Certified Naturally Grown.

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Miniature Hereford

Our stock is the Old Breed of Hereford. We have a strict selection process for the production of quality cows and bulls. The success of our genetics in the show ring in New Zealand and Australia is unparalleled. We have both Polled (hornless) and horned lines. The beef is magnificent. We are breeding for A2A2. View the offerings.

Mini Red Angus

Our stock is classic Line Bred without up-sizing to the current standard size. Measured at the hip they are 1 – 3 frame score or the “classic” size. They are docile, have heavy butter fat for their babies, easy fleshing on grass alone and no birthing problems. Nutrient dense beef that is A2A2 is what we are after. View the offerings.

Dairy

The breeding stock of our Dairy Cows is to develop a Family Milk Cow that is imaginably small and feminine in stature, with a daily capacity of milk between 1 to 3 gallons cream bearing milk. You will find Registered Mini Jersey and French Normande. A2A2 milk is what we are after – and we have it.  View the offerings

Pet Cows

Pet Cows are for fun and attractive lawn ornaments, and don’t forget to check with your County Taxing authority about Ag Exemption. View the offerings.

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Grass-Fed vs Grass-Finished

Last week we discussed what a grass-fed animal should look like in the field. This week I would like to share some thoughts with you on the difference between grass-fed and grass-finished. I know that it sounds like they should be the same so please bear with me!
Most animals, even the ones in the confinement facilities start their life on the grass. They are usually born in the field or a barn depending on the time of year and spend the first six to eight months beside their mother. Then they are weaned and for the next couple months until they are a year old they eat grass/hay with usually some supplemental feed thrown in. Of course every farmer has his own system for his own operation, but the above scenario is fairly typical. At this point, the beeves are either sent to a confinement facility or they are kept/sold for raising on a grass-based operation.
A grass-fed animal can still be grain finished, meaning the fat that marbles the meat and the layer of fat on the outside is put there by corn and soy-based products. But it is still marketed as grass-fed, because it has been fed grass for a significant part of its life.
Whereas grass-finished means that the layer of fat and the marbling was put on that animal by grass alone. This is a far more complicated process, and requires not only good grass genetics but the trained eye of a good grazier. It 

 

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requires lots of sugar in the grass and forage that the animal is eating, because just like for us it is the carbohydrates that really put the weight on.
So then a steer can be “grass-fed” but if it isn’t finished on grass as well then you are still likely to be getting some carcinogenic compounds in your “grass-fed” meat! Also as almost all corn products are GMO, then it is highly probable that you are getting GMO-tainted meat as well.
Again, every operation is slightly different, and almost all beeves are grass-fed at some time in their life. That is why it is important to know your farmer, and what the practices are that they apply on their farm. This is one reason that we encourage people to come out and get to know us, so they know what they are buying.
Next week, let’s look at the difference between grass-fed and grain-fed (from a confinement facility) and see which one is healthier for you. I think you will be surprised at the differences.

Grass-Fed vs Grass-Finished

 

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I’ve been a Seed Stock producer of small to moderate Frame Score Cattle – for a living – since 1998. Karl E. Falster

PCC Influenced Red Angus & Hereford Bulls

“CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN” – PCC Influenced Red Angus & Hereford Bulls 

Four Questions to Ask – F.A.Q.

When I wrote our 1st Falster Farm web site in 1999, a feature that got the most hits was F.A.Q. This quickly grew to cover a lot of questions and emails. Eventually, Nancy and I started posting to BEST EMAIL OF THE YEAR. Then Google changed their protocols and I had to change our web site, and eventually the F.A.Q. Blog got dropped.

I believe I’ve been asked about every question about cattle rearing and selling that can be asked, literally from the 4 corners of the earth. While I continue to be amazed at the redundancy of some questions, there are four that are; or, should be on the mind of everyone interested in buying Live-stock:

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  2. What’s your culling program?Read More
  3. Do your cows work for you, or do you work for your cows?Read More
  4. Can I sell the offspring and make a profit? Read More
Professor Cillio Felix of University of the Philippines Manila with Falster’s cow pony FOLGER

The reason these questions are so important is because (from whomever you buy) you are investing in that seedstock producer’s genetics. Your cowherd will eventually resemble the cowherd that your seedstock producer has.

Are his cows the right body size and body type?   Before you buy, you need to know the difference between an easy-fleshing 4-frame cow and a lean, slab-sided 6-frame cow or bull. Most of today’s seedstock producers have 6 and 7-frame cows — “they eat a lot of groceries pard.”   Does he make excuses for his cows and give them a second chance?  Are his cows required to graze year-round with minimum inputs?

Are you just buying a bull? I asked grandpa this question one day. He said he always bought the most expensive bull he could buy because his calves always bring top dollar. Buying a registered bull that comes comes from a cattle cube supplemented line of breeding will be too expensive in the near and long term. His offspring will require as much supplements – or more.

Although most commercial cow-calf producers say they want efficient 1100 to 1200-pound cows that can wean 50% of their own weight without being pampered, supplemented, inoculated, calves pulled etc. —  they continue to buy bulls that were produced by 1400 to 2000-pound cows that must be pampered and supplemented with grain to stay in production.   It’s no wonder they are working so hard just to break even.

“It’s only in kill or be killed combat that is too late to make a clean break.” KE Falster

As a former Scout for 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, I can tell you, we ain’t talking about life or death, we’re just talking about money. If you want to change or improve your outcomes, change and improve your inputs. 

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Karl E. Falster

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My Red Angus Cow Development

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Following is an abbreviated history of why the Mid Frame Score Red Angus Herd came to be on our place in East Texas. If you will bear with me, (for posterity) I will  relate the history of our beautiful cows in our Red Angus Herd – as I lived it:

 

At a Gerald Fry Bovine Engineering conference in Gainesville, Texas several years ago, I met a dedicated Red Angus breeder, Kevin F. Now, Kevin was and is fixated on line-breeding the Choctaw Chief 373 Red Angus line; sort of the Holy Grail of Red Angus beef cattle. Kevin had heard of my line breeding of miniature Herefords which has become an  international success. He had Red Angus genetics with a need of a partnership for the development of his small herd of collected “Chief” genetics. We struck a bargain and he trailer’ed his cows into Wood County Texas.

After his personal inspection of Falster Farm’s herds and environment, and with our growing mutual admiration, he introduced Rick M who had a need to do the same with his small herd of Red Angus as Kevin and I were enjoying. A month or so later, Rick (and a world- class horse breeder lady friend) came to interview Nancy and I; to make a bargain for the management of his herd of 20 Line Bred Red Angus of the PCC HOBO line. This arrangement brought the cows here on a management and pasture lease contract that would give him some breathing room from the result of his divorce decree. It appears the man got the short end and was only able to retain 20 head of that marvelous herd.

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Now, on our Falster Farm marketing tract: after a year or so of working from the inside and out, Nancy and I hosted the Executive Chef staff and Executive from the  Human Resources Department of the nations largest resort, THE GAYLORD TEXAN, with the idea of creating an Executive Retreat to be built on our Certified Naturally Grown farm and ranch. It was a wonderful visit that included the General Manager and his assistant making a personal review of our mid-size Red Angus herd. Head Executive Chef Juan was elated at what I showed him: the environment, the Red Angus herd,  and his ability to walk freely amongst the whole herd and the hearing of our breeding and low stress practice. For the first time in his life, he touched a cow in the field, got up close to see first-hand their depth of caucus merits, the calves, the heifers, the steers, and meet the actual producer. He had been to 44 Farms and on places from coast to coast to find what we are doing here only 100 miles away from his restaurants. On the spot he wanted to get us in their purchasing system (which would take me some 6 months of negotiating the red tape of the Marriott International Purchasing System.)

Providentially, I got a call from Rick explaining he wanted to sell his cows and pursue the equestrian (woman) show world. So, these cows were purchased by me as a small cut out of a herd of 300+ head, bred and born and developed on the Sand Hills of Nebraska. So they know all about snow and tough winter snow-covered grazing (my last duty station was in Lincoln, NB). The photo of PCC KAYCEE HOBO (sire of about ½ the herd) reflects that sand hill environment in the background.

These Red Angus were desirable to me because they were from an organic beef production program, not a commercial feed lot high input cattle; they are a low input registered seed stock, well bred to produce both beef and foundation progeny.

During the tenure of the management phase I grew to have great respect for the sisterhood of this herd, their mutual support of calves, herd security is important to us because over the years we’ve lost about 12,500 in cattle flesh to a long tailed cat. I sincerely their docile nature, their lack of butting each other and selfishness I have experienced most of my life with the beautiful Herefords I enjoy so much.

My granny Morgan used to chide my grandpa with a “there’s proof in the puddin.” Well, the summer of 2018 gave us a drought here resulting in nobody having any more than a smidgen of the number of round bales usually put up each Summer. As Nancy will tell you, I recognized the prospects of that drought in early May.

She arranged for me to attended a grazers conference in Kentucky featuring an old friend (or rival), Joel Saladin. I rented a space ship like car so I could drive up there and canvass the drought edges which were spread over into Louisiana and Mississippi. On the way back out of Tennessee, I started looking to rent fenced land that was empty of livestock. I stopped in with friends from Monroe back to here.

It was in September that by putting flyers in mail boxes I found two properties that were a fit for us (we have to honor our certification as “Certified Naturally Grown“.) One property had been a hay grower but not so in the previous 3 years (Mark), and the other was fallow land for many years. It was a former terraced row crop farm that had mostly rough dry Bahia, some dry Bermuda, Dove Weed, and small trees in it; very rough. (Larry).

Larry’s place was 60 acres poorly fenced and surrounded by other rough and fallow places but had a small spring fed pond on it. Mark’s place was lush Bermuda grass over 10 acres and an artesian-fed pool – gorgeous and hard fenced on all sides.

So I picked out 7 head of short bred Red Angus cows and 3 recip cows with embryos in um and placed them there. Located some 20 miles distant, Mark looked after them.

On Larry’s place, located 1 mile away, I set up a single strand of hot wire down one entire side and across the road frontage. This one strand was never breached. I moved the rest of the Red Angus mama cows, calves, 1st time heifers and weanling age bull calves. For them it must have been like going home –  back to the sand hills, it was so bleak. After a day or two roaming the place they settled in and started gnawing that tough standing grass and brush. They didn’t get a tub of boiled molasses till some 2 months later when the weather was in the freezing ranges at night and browsing was more brush than grass, or so it seemed to me.

My intern’s family came to visit from Washington state and I figured we’d give them some Texas fun, so we set up a cattle drive to bring the Red Angus Cows home utilizing her people as road guards and beaters. It was a lot of fun for us all. Of course we trailered the lot from Mark’s Place back home with their calves.

What this Red Angus Herd taught me – I learned from this 2018 experience was that while like in the drought of 2011, my neighbors sold out at a loss: most of them have quit, but not me.

The Red Angus Cows on Larry’s never got a single round bale of hay, they foraged it out supplemented with 5 tubes of molasses, salt, and minerals alone. This was astounding to me and I told my wife and intern this was so. The cattle at Mark’s place had no better condition or calving success than the girls on Larry’s Place. Both lots came home and reunited as if they had never separated, and were their indistinguishable selves.

While we don’t have much snow, it does get wet and cold – occasionally real cold what with the humidity.

I can certainly understand risk management as that’s the very nature of dry land farming and doing it without government strings can make you draw up at times.

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The table below will show the age, hip height and pregnancy condition of each cow. Calves are listed at the bottom. If you’ve done any research about the PCC profile requirements, I think you’ll agree these cows can meet any range environment. Please let us know, we’d love to have a working relationship with you.

Red Angus Cow Tag Age Birth Date Hip Height Frame Score Bull Used Date
A1 + A1 6 5/21/2013 50” 5 E2 Short Exposed
B5 + B5 5 6/1/2014 49” 4 E2 Short Exposed
A4 + A4 6 6/22/2013 51” 5 E2 Short Exposed
A8 A8 5 6/14/2014 48” 4 E16 20-Feb
B7 B7 5 6/6/2014 48.5” 4 E2 Short Exposed
B6 B6 5 6/5/2014 48.5” 4 E2 Short Exposed
B13 B13 5 11/16/2014 49.75” 5 E2 Short Exposed
E8 E8 2 5/20/2017 44.5” 2 E2 Short Exposed
B8 B8 5 12/6/2014 50" 4 E171 4-Apr
B14 B14 5 6/19/2014 50” 4 E16 22-Mar
B4 B4 5 5/30/2014 49.75” 4 E171 20 Feb
B2 B2 5 5/22/2014 48" 4 Akaushi 17-Feb
B9 B9 5 6/14/2014 47.5" 4 E171 20-Feb
A6 A6 6 6/16/2013 46.75" 4 E171 20-Feb
RP 1511 * 1511 4 6/14/2015 44" 4 E2 Short
B15 + B15 5 6/20/2014 49” 4 E2 Short Exposed
A7 A7 6 5/20/2013 50" 5 E171 20-Feb
B1 B1 5 5/18/2014 50" 5 E171 20-Feb
B11 B11 5 6/19/2014 49” 4 Akaushi 30-Jan
RP 89 - JOY * 89 6 12/8/2013 49 4 Akaushi 28-Feb
* #21 cow is a full blood Red Polled cow and the #16 is a ½ blood of Red Polled X Red Angus – both fit our program very well. - they are excellent Recip Cows.
Calf of + Tag Months Calved Sex Dam Sire
G37 Red Baron FF50 1 11/15/2019 Bull A1 E7
FF47 FF47 1 11/8/19 Heifer B5 E7
G36 G36 3 10/2/19 Heifer B15 E7
G35 G35 3 9/18/19 Heifer A4 E7
Column C is relevent to 1/3/2020. You can calculate on a new date .

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Terms of sale: Terms of sale: There are nineteen (19) 2-6 year old Red Angus Cow; with 4 of them being cow/calf pairs. 17 mama’s are Registered with the Red Angus Association of America, and 2 are Red Polled; owners Karl or Nancy Falster, who attest this lot is owned free and clear. Asking 29,700 for this beautiful package.

17 mamas are registered with the American Red Anus Association, 2 mamas are Red Polled cows that are an excellent match for calves or Embryo Transplant work. Bred Cows are $1,700 each, Cows with a calf at side are $1900 for the pair. 29,700 is the package.
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A deposit of 1/3 wired to our bank in Winnsboro holds these Red Angus Cows for 15 days without board, after that, dollar a day for each except the calves of 6 months and under. Transportation can be arranged – first 25 miles no charge. This small herd can be broken up by singles or the pairs. 

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Happy New Year 2020

We live in such beauty, it’s a pity we don’t take the time to relax and enjoy it more often. It’s so fun to watch the stars fade away in the morning as the sky turns to gray and then the palest of peach colors spreading to a very light blue. Everything is frozen: the grass leaves, the water hoses, the metal gates, and my fingers. Fortunately, the water in all the deep water troughs is still liquid so I don’t have to break ice with my pitchfork.
The air has that crinkly crisp feel to it, if you know what I mean and is oh so fresh.
The sky is warming to a lovely pale blue, and as the sun rises it paints the dark trees a golden orange, starting at the tips of the trees’ fingers and slowly working its way to the roots. Then the sun touches the fields, and as you marvel at the transformation from darkness into light, it floods the pastures, sweeping over the cows and forming fingers of shadow that point towards the west.
Fog still hovers in the low spots endeavoring to keep the dales and 

 

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hollows in its chilly grasp while over the ponds the mist rises joyfully to meet the new day.

The sun seems to take its own sweet time about getting up in the morning doesn’t it, but somehow, as you watch the light wake the world, and listen to the birds welcome the dayspring, you suddenly realize that it’s day, and you barely had time enough to enjoy it all.
What a wonderful way to meet the New Year: with the perfect dawn of a new day! There is such joy and hope in the beginning of things, isn’t there? And when the heat of the day hits us and everything tumbles around our ears, projects don’t go as planned and our hopes get bashed a little bit, remember what Scarlett said, “After all, tomorrow is another day.” I think that as long as God gives us dawn, spring, and new babies, there is always room for hope.

Have a wonderful New Year.

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Terms of sale: There are nineteen (19) 4-6 year old cows; with 4 of them being cow/ calf pairs. The mama’s are Registered with the Red Angus Association of America, owners Karl or Nancy Falster, who attest this lot is owned free and clear. Asking 29,700 for this beautiful package. A deposit of 1/3 wired to our bank in Winnsboro holds them for 15 days without board, after that, dollar a day for each except the calves of 6 months and under. Transportation can be arranged – first 25 miles no charge. This small herd can be broken up by pairs.  

Featured Red Angus Videos:

Below are some of my amateur videos that will let you see a few of our Red Angus youngsters in motion. They all look good we can’t keep them all.

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PCC INFLUENCED Red Angus Cows in East Texas

Recommended HERD BUILDING STRATEGY

Females are the basic business of the livestock breeder, which is a fact that many have failed to recognize. Many have evaluated and purchased cows

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Below you will find links to available adult Red Angus Cows in the herds we have been developing here in Texas since 1999. 

Red Angus Heifer F1 mini

KNF MISS TRACY F1 is a June 9, 2018 born heifer that weighted 40# at birth.

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 13  

She can be registered with the American Red Angus Association. Everything about this heifer is excellent. She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems. 

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

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Priced at 2,250 or buy a Share:
 

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Red Angus Heifer F2 

F2 KNF MOOLATTA, calved June 10, 2018, is a classic Line Bred heifer of the HOBO Line and PPC OL HAWKINS on her top side Measured at the hip she should be a 2 frame score or the “classic” size. She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems.

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 5 

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

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Red Angus Heifer F4 mini

F 4 Ruby Liz 80, calved Sep 4, 2018. She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems. She can be registered with the American Red Angus Association. 

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 5 

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

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Red Angus F 5 – Classic

RA – F5 RIO POTLATCH 89, calved Sep 4, 2018. Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass a lone with no birthing problems. She can be registered with the American Red Angus Association. 

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 11

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

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Red Angus E 4

RA – E 4, calved August 5, 2018

Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.She is registered with the American Red Angus Association. # 3895501.

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 7

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

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Red Angus E 6

RA – E 6, calved August 5, 2018 Reg. # 3895505  

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 7

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7. Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.

 

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Red Angus E 8

RA – E 8, calved August 5, 2018 Reg. # 4015000.  

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- A 4

Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.

She is a bred Cow exposed to RA E-16, 1/15/20.

 

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Red Angus E 11

 

Red Angus Heifers for sale in East Texas

RA – E 8, calved May 1, 2018 Reg. # 3895493.  

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA- B 1

Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

 

 

 

 

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Red Angus E 14

Red Angus Heifers for sale in East Texas

RA – E 14, calved May 1, 2018 Reg. # 3895497.  

Sire: PCC Kaycee-Hobo

Dam: RA – B 9

Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

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Red Angus E 15

Red Angus Heifers for sale in East Texas

RA – E 15, calved May 27, 2018 Reg. # 3895499.  

Sire: CCKD CASH LOTTO 373 (son of PCC CASH CROP)

Dam: RA – A 4

Line Bred genetics of the Pharo (PCC) Cattle Co . . . however, ours are Certified Natural Grown on grass and hay alone – no grain, cubes, hormones, or poisons – at all, they don’t need it, they are genetically fly resistant, and easy fleshing on grass alone.

She is a virgin heifer exposed to RA E-7.

 

Priced at 2,250 or buy a Share:
 

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Red Angus 89

She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems. A classic Line Bred heifer of the HOBO Line and PPC OL HAWKINS on her top side Measured at the hip she should be a 2 frame score or the “classic” size. She is docile, and will share the heavy butter fat for her babies, and be easy fleshing on grass alone with no birthing problems. 

Red Angus Heifers for sale in East Texas

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Below are some amateur videos that will let you see the full bull battery in motion. They all look good but the 3 above made this list with my evaluation – we can’t keep them all. 

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