P.O. Box 887

Three Forks, MT 59752

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Sale season is upon us and we figured it was time we give you all a preview of some of the sales that we are representing with some background information, dates, times, and locations! All of these operations are unique in how they raise their cattle and we are sure that you will find the right fit for your operation! 

 To stay updated on the latest information on these sales, be sure to continue checking KRose Company website!

Coming up: 

October 19, 2019 

Hepworth Cattle– Auburn, WY 

Hepworth cattle raise quality herefords that are problem free and focus on consistency, maternal traits, and easy fleshing. They have a wide variety of bulls so you are sure to find one that fits what you are looking for. Whether you are wanting bulls that offer growth and performance to sire calves that will be scale toppers in the fall or have the maternal traits that put high quality replacements back into your herd, they have what you need. Be sure to head on over to their facebook ( Hepworth Cattle ) for more information on this years offering. This year they will also have 3 halter broke heifer calves that will either excel in the show ring or perform in the pasture.  

November 14, 2019 

Diamond D Angus– Valier, MT 

Diamond D believes that you judge a bull by the daughters he leaves behind in your herd which can only be determined over time. Some traits that Diamond D focuses on are consistency, calving ease, carcass, efficiency, and longevity. With 68 years in the cattle business they can offer you experience and peace of mind. The Diamond D promises that they provide more fertile cows, cattle that will continue to gain weight through first breeding season, bull’s that won’t have any feet or legs ruined to hot feed, less injuries and breeding problems, and bulls that have been through a rigid test and are conditioned to the environment. Be sure to check out their website to stay updated on when this years catalog goes live!  

November 23, 2019 

Redland Angus– Buffalo, WY  

They believe that cost efficiency is often overlooked but extremely important. Mother Nature will tell if your genetics are working and that is exactly how Redland Angus has built their herd. They have stuck to the same type of genetics for years which, type is pivotal for a low cost operation. Their winter and summer pastures are 40-60 miles apart so they emphasize structure in their cattle. Their calves are range calved and range raised and designed to thrive in a total grass based range environment. If you are looking for hearty, easy calving, well structured, and easy fleshing, you’ve come to the right place! Be sure to check out their website, Redland Angus for their upcoming sale catalog and for more information!

December 9, 2019 

Indreland Angus– Big Timber, MT  

Indreland focuses on making sure their cattle are having a positive impact on soil health and regenerating organic matter in the soil for water holding capacity. If you help the land, the land will help you back. They emphasize cost saving traits like longevity, do-ability, fertility, and $EN. Their herd has been developed through pressure and selection since 1977. They add to their selection pressure by only selling bulls that were born unassisted in the first calving cycle as well as only keeping replacement heifers that were born in the same time frame. Their cattle are trouble free, productive, and demand functionality from them. Be sure to check out their website for more information on this years offering! 

December 11, 2019 

Armstrong Angus – Cardwell, MT 

Armstrong Angus run about 250 registered angus and 150 commercial cows in Cardwell, MT. They market around 60 two year old bulls, mostly forage developed bulls, around 10 select yearling heifer bulls, and 50 bred heifers on the second Wednesday of December. They have always aimed for high functioning cattle whether that is done by AI or bull selection. They feel that some of the most profitable cattle aren’t always the ones with the best EPD’s. They are now breeding many of their yearling bulls that way they can see which bulls are breeding the most cows and closely monitor structure, disposition, and functionality. They focus on fertility, longevity, mothering ability, and calf vigor. Armstrong Angus is currently testing their yearling bulls for feed efficiency and are aiming to improve performance traits without compromising their maternal emphasis. Be sure to head on over to their website to stay updated on this years offering! 

We are proud to represent such incredible operations and we can’t for you to see what they are offering this year. Our website will keep you posted on the latest information about each sale, what they are offering, changes, and upcoming sale catalogs!