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Beth helping hold calves


Beth showing her 4-H horse


Beth tying a goat


Beth, Travis and Rachel


Calves at branding


Cowboys


Hannah showing her lamb


Leah swimming


Rachel showing her lamb


Sarah and Leah driving


Sarah telling the calves to be quiet


Travis roping at branding


Our girls before school


Kids climbing the hills


Kids climbing the hills


Kids climbing the hills


Kids climbing the hills


Beth and her 4-H heifer


Beth and Rachel helping brand


Beth doing barrels

with calf at side in July
Broken Arrow first time heifer
with calf at side in July

the $17, 000 donor dam of lots 2,5,6 and 7. Full sister to lot 1.
BAA Erica Lassie 371A
the $17, 000 donor dam of lots 2,5,6 and 7. Full sister to lot 1.

the $26, 000 donor dam of lots 1, 3 and 4.
OCC Erica Lassie 911L
the $26, 000 donor dam of lots 1, 3 and 4.

This herd sire was added to our lineup in 2003.  He sires beautiful females that are feminine, long fronted and perfect uddered.  His sons are very good footed long lasting and easy to be around.
Shoshone 212 of 760
This herd sire was added to our lineup in 2003. He sires beautiful females that are feminine, long fronted and perfect uddered. His sons are very good footed long lasting and easy to be around.

Victors dam is the $17,000 donor cow
BAA Victor 5119A
Victors dam is the $17,000 donor cow "371A". He combines two of the best cow families we have had. He sires long, easy moving progeny that grow fast and then power up at about 14 months.

This Broken Arrow herdisre is producing high volume, fancy fronted females.  His bull calves look thick and good.  Sired by Shoshone 212 and out of one of our powerfull OCC Anchor donor cows.
BAA Washington 6179A
This Broken Arrow herdisre is producing high volume, fancy fronted females. His bull calves look thick and good. Sired by Shoshone 212 and out of one of our powerfull OCC Anchor donor cows.

Full brother to BAA Erica Lassie 371A and BAA Yellow Jacket 77A.  Yankton was the $12,500 sale topper in the 2008 Spring Bull Sale, selling to Sand Dune Cattle Company.  We used this bull AI.  Bred to make beautiful females!
BAA Yankton 718A
Full brother to BAA Erica Lassie 371A and BAA Yellow Jacket 77A. Yankton was the $12,500 sale topper in the 2008 Spring Bull Sale, selling to Sand Dune Cattle Company. We used this bull AI. Bred to make beautiful females!

This young sire is being used naturally on registered heifers.  Sired by OCC Linebred and out of the $26,000 donor, OCC Erica Lassie 911L.  He is a full brother to BAA Yankton and BAA Erica Lassie 371A.  We are excited to see his first calves in the spring of 2009.
BAA Yellow Jacket 77A
This young sire is being used naturally on registered heifers. Sired by OCC Linebred and out of the $26,000 donor, OCC Erica Lassie 911L. He is a full brother to BAA Yankton and BAA Erica Lassie 371A. We are excited to see his first calves in the spring of 2009.
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