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|• Tested Free or Pedigree Free of AM, NH & CA
• Tested negative for BVD-PI
• Complete performance data, EPDs, and ultrasound data
• Fertility-tested and Trich-free
For more information, call:
Mike Mallett • 512-556-1021
Jim Newsom • 817-219-0259
Mike Bartush • 940-736-6083
Offering 40 Black Performance-Tested, Purebred Simmentals
All bulls are backed by breeding programs built on many years of selection
for performance traits that are important in today's industry.
All of our bulls are developed at one location and under the same environment.
|40 Choice Black Purebred Simmental and SimAngus bulls that will be 14 to 18 months old. These bulls are coming from the Central Texas Simmental breeders. These breeding programs are built on many years of selection for the performance traits that matter to the real cattleman. Ultrasound, EPD’s and performance data will be available on sale day. Bulls have tested free or are pedigree free of AM, NH & CA and tested negative for BVD-PI and are Trich free. A good set of top quality bulls that will add additional growth, muscle and pounds to your calf crop. Bulls will be at our facility Wednesday, March 13th for viewing and catalogs are available. For more information give us a call, Mike Mallett at 512-556-1021 or Jim Newsom at 817-219-0259
The Cattleman's Kind
The Cattleman’s Kind, features a group of like-minded Simmental breeders, who market their bulls collectively through Jordan Cattle Auction. The upcoming offering represents the eighth set of bulls and will be from the Texas herds of Tex-Ann Cattle Co., Granbury; B Simmentals, Muenster; and Mallett Simmentals, Lampasas.
These programs have very similar performance philosophies and performance traits are strongly emphasized in each program.
The bulls are developed at PX Feeders, in Evant and are put through a 30 day warm up period starting in September and are started on test in October. Complete performance and test data is provided to prospective buyers.
The group is very selective about the bulls they put into the test for inclusion in the sale. They are like-minded when it comes to selecting bulls with marketable birth weights, weaning weights and they also pay attention to carcass merit traits.
The Cattleman’s Kind gives commercial breeders an opportunity to select Simmental and SimAngus bulls from some of the most popular bloodlines in the breed. Each of these individual programs utilize AI extensively and strive to present a balanced set of bulls that can provide growth traits, hybrid vigor and carcass traits to cattlemen.
“We feel the Simmental breed has a lot to offer and by combining our resources, we feel we are offering a diverse set of bulls, but yet uniform and very alike in quality and performance,” says Mallett.