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Gardiner Angus Ranch Fall Sale Signals a Bullish Future for Quality Cattle

There’s no “secret sauce” required to produce Angus cattle with value throughout the supply chain. What is required, however, is the unwavering discipline to use proven tools, manage lowly heritable traits, select for highly heritable traits, collect data, use the data to make the best educated breeding decisions–and do it over and over, and over again, decade after decade.

Since 1964, when Henry Gardiner made the bold decision to use ONLY progeny proven, high accuracy sires, the ranch’s breeding program has been 100% AI and ET. Every calf, registered or commercial, is designed to add value from beginning to the end of the supply chain. Today, GAR Angus cattle are some of the most marketable beef genetics globally.

Lot 1, GAR Home Town K681, commanded the attention of many of the most progressive Angus producers in the country. Randall Grimmius, Grimmius Cattle Co., Hanford, California, outlasted all competing bidders online and on the seats with a winning bid of $50,000.

Jason Faria, FB Genetics, Dumas, Texas, and Jody Chenevert, C5 Angus, Plaucheville, Louisiana, partnered on Lot 187, GAR Fireball L1071, a maternal brother to Home Town with a 121 %IMF ratio and +2 Marbling, on a winning bid of $32,000.

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Ashland Veterinary Center Semen Sales with Mark Gardiner

Mark Gardiner discusses the decades long relationship with Ashland Veterinary Center to now offer semen on elite AI sires, creating opportunities to access accelerated genetics.

Make plans to join us October 11 at McCain Auditorium on the Kansas State University campus, Manhattan, Kansas. The discussion will also be streamed live online. Watch here for a streaming link in the near future.

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