We have a great lineup of Hereford bulls for sale at our 11th annual auction this coming February! We are breeding 400 purebred cows and 400 commercial cows, so we have a large group to choose from. Each one of these bulls are from a proven mother, and we use our own purebred bulls on our commercial herd. This ensures that we know how the cattle perform under a wide variety of conditions. These animals are ranch cattle, not petted or pampered, and are raised for longevity.
We stand behind these cattle and believe they can preform with anything over the continent. We invite you to come and look at our commercial bulls to see what our mature bulls look like.
We raise these bulls for consistent weight gain so that we do not need to push them hard at any time. We don’t touch their feet, but cull any bull with foot problems, no matter their age.
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WLN 9G We like the way this bull is put together. Depth, length and a good hair coat, from a first calf heifer. He also has the frame we are looking for in our polled cattle. WLN 11G Performance, frame and hair from the 7D sire and a real productive 768 daughter. WLN 22G From a big thick JoNomn cow who we count on for a top calf every time. 149C produces easy fleshing consistent cattle. This guy is a chunk of beef. WLN 28G This bull will be good for heifers with a light birth weight but not sacrificing anything in performance or quality. WLN 30G A big soggy bull from a super cow. He’s kind of a meat machine. WLN 38G We are really high on this bull. He’s from a moderate framed but top producing cow. 5B sons are very consistent. Probably one of the top bulls here. WLN 39G Lots of maternal strength in this 149C son. WLN 45G A nice 81B son from a productive 5B daughter. Nice big scrotum on this boy. WLN 49G Light birth weight and from a long line of calving easy cattle. A great heifer bull line with a lot of maternal strength here. WLN 54G Another light birth weight bull and nicely put together. A little on the moderate side with Stockton on both sides. Should throw perfect udders. WLN 57G From a nice 81B first calver. A+ for calving ease and 80 lb birth weight. He has a little scur which shouldn’t hurt him any. WLN 58G A 73C son with loads of potential. A lot of maternal strength behind this fellow. WLN 63G A little smaller than our average at this point but should nature into a nice big workable bull that will throw very good udders. WLN 66G Shows some length and depth. There is longevity in both cow families behind this guy. WLN 82G We kept 51D for a sire because he stood out for performance and easy fleshing ability. Here’s a son from a steady producing young cow. WLN 84G WLN 69C, the sire, has super length along with frame and easy fleshing ability. This bull should sire very productive females. He has a nice coat of hair as you can see as well. WLN 85G A typical 149C son. Smooth polled and easy moving. WLN 87G A cross between 83A and a 42P daughter should be a great combination. WLN 89G You won’t find a much better cow than this guy’s mother. With 5B for a sire he should be a sure thing. WLN 90G This bull should add pounds to your calves and sire good, big, productive cows. WLN 92G A lot of maternal strength in this bull from both sides. We used 289D on some first calf heifers. WLN 99G This 91C son should make some very good cows. WLN 105G An 81B son from a steady producing cow. WLN 106G A real good 7D son. With a 92 lb birth weight but from a long line of easy calvers on both sides, he should be OK for use on heifers and still have top performance. Not an easy combination to achieve. WLN 109G This is a big, deep powerful bull that’s right on the top end of performance. He has quite a bit of polled blood in him but we dehorned him at birth so he sells as horned. WLN 112G Another nice 7D son from a real good 868 daughter. Most 7D sons should be good for heifers. WLN 113G There is good performance in this 71B son and good maternal strength in his pedigree. WLN 118G A short marked son of 220D and a good 161X cow. They’ve both been really good for us. WLN 122G A nice 69C son from a real steady producing cow. WLN 123G We are really high on this bull. He’s right at the top of our crop. He has quality, size and performance along with docility and hair. He should do well in any herd. WLN 127G A nicely made 91C son. He’s a good thick bull. There is quite a bit of polled genetic here but he sells horned. WLN 130G A nicely made 91C son. He’s a good thick bull. There is quite a bit of polled genetic here but he sells horned. WLN 132G A moderate frame bull with goggles on both sides, he’s sure to give lots of pigment. His mother is a really good cow. WLN 142G This is a deep soggy bull. He should throw easy fleshing cattle with great udders. WLN 148G A 71B son from a polled cow who is not really big but has very consistent performance in her calves. Expect the same performance from 148. WLN 152G A nice straight back and a good top on this guy from a good big cow. WLN 156G We really like the way this guy is made. From a real good cow. WLN 166G A nice thick 147 son. His mother combines 768 and 868 so this is another bull with a lot of maternal strength. WLN 167G Light birth weight from a first calf heifer. He should be good for heifers but have good performance as well. WLN 173G A useful 81B son. A good, big scrotum and longevity in this guy. WLN 177G A nice stocky 149 son from a Jonomn 511 cow. A powerful combination. WLN 182G From a first calf heifer and 167D. He should be good for breeding heifers. WLN 185G We would love to keep this bull and use him but can’t keep them all. His epd shows he’s a calving ease bull with a light birth weight of 80 lbs, yet he has the power and build to be a herd sire for someone. WLN 191G Light birth weight and from a first calf heifer. He resembles his sire, 167D, who has good depth without sacrificing low birth weight. He should be good for heifers. WLN 196G Big goggles and hair along with good performance. Scrotal measurement of 43.5 on this big boy. He’s got plenty of eye appeal. WLN 203G From a real productive 511 daughter and our 5B herd sire. There is power in this bull. WLN 219G Another useful 83A son from a really steady old cow. WLN 226G An easy fleshing 51D son with good performance. WLN 243G Our cover bull. We think very highly of this bull. WLN 141B, the dam, is very consistent and also the dam of 167D, one of our heifer herd sires. 243 is right at the top of our line up. WLN 246G A nicely made 7D son from a high producing horned cow. WLN 285G An attractive 91C son with a good hair coat. WLN 295G Another 220D son that is really attractive and from a nice blocky made cow.
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