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4th Annual “Early Bird” Bull Sale Focuses on Transparency & Confidence in Data

Anticipating commercial demand for registered seedstock requires significant market integration. Breeding cattle with the goal of the biggest numbers simply doesn't translate to profitability up the supply chain. Gardiner Angus Ranch commercial customers rely on decisions made over generations that lead to anticipating and understanding what makes money in the beef business. GAR's reliance on transparency, absolute confidence in the science and technology available today combined with day-to-day immersion in all industry sectors of beef production, result in registered Angus seedstock designed to work for all beef industry stakeholders.

Seventy-four percent of the 2021 “Early Bird” Sale offering was sired by progeny proven GAR Ashland, SydGen Enhance, GAR Phoenix, GAR Momentum, GAR Quantum and GAR Inertia. The entire 315 head offering averaged in the top 2% of the Angus breed for $Grid, $Beef, $Combined, top 3% of the breed for marbling, and top 6% of the breed for ribeye. These end product predictions, combined with top 6% for yearling weight, top 8% for weaning weight and top 15% for calving ease, are indicative of a new population of “you may have it all” GAR genetics.

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42nd Annual Production Sale
Saturday, April 3, 2021 • 9 AM
At the ranch near Ashland, Kansas

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Working Pens at Gardiner's Bull Development Center and Marketing Center

One of the key components to a large AI program, such as the one at GAR, is an efficient set of pens to work the cattle. Greg Gardiner shares video footage of their pens connected to their bull development facility and marketing center. In this, he explains their workflow and its efficiencies, particularly for a small crew.

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