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North Ridge Ranching

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This is the new yearling Simmental sire we purchased back in march.


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Same bull, same girlfriend, different angle.


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Nice second calver straight bred Angus cow with 1/2 blood Simmental x Angus calf.


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This is my 2 year old heifer and her second calf. She had a teenage pregnancy last year and bred back this year. It was the last calf on the place, born June 5th, but she is already one ahead of the other girls.


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This is the new purebred Angus sire we bought yesterday. He was an emergency purchase as I had a bull hurt his front shoulder 2 days ago. Quickest decision I ever made when purchasing a new sire. Thanks goes out to local breeder for getting us fixed up with one so quick.


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Simmental x Angus/Hereford girlfriend of new sire.

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My middle one at her playschool graduation.


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My oldest with an action shot at the long jump pit on his track and field day at school.


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The toothless one finishing up his attempt at the ball throw event.


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Local utility company flaring off natural gas line in order to do some repairs. Would make one heck of a wiener roast.
 

R A

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Everything looks real good! Can't beat the life of raising kids and cattle IMO. That would be a heck of a hotdog and marshmallow cooker! :D
 

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You are living right! :D Cows look swell, the simmy bull is a thick rascal, i really like that angus cow with the crossbred calf, the grass is green and plentiful and the kids are healthy and cute! You live a blessed and wonderful life! :D That replacement bull might not be your first choice but the calves he'll throw will sure beat some open cows next year! :wink:
 

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