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Cattle will be at
CROWFOOT CATTLE CO SALE FACILITY

through sale day!

High-speed internet connection will be in the sale barn, so bring your computer for the sale!

SALE OFFERINGS

25 Black Angus Cow/Calf Pairs
All with their first calf at side
45 Black Angus Bred Heifers
22 Red Angus and 'Black-Red Carrier' Bred Heifers
3 Black Angus Herd Bulls
15 Coming 2 Year Old Virgin Bulls
20 Embryo Lots

 

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THIS IS THE CREAM OF THE HERD
as last winter we dispersed the mature cows to 2 ranches in the USA. WJ Ranch was a Co-operator Herd for Crowfoot Cattle Co. for many years. The Sale Offering will carry the same genetics as dispersed by Crowfoot Cattle Co. last November.

COME FOR THE SALE AND STAY FOR SOME GREAT SOCIAL TIME, A BARBECUE STEAK, REFRESHMENTS AND SOME GOOD MUSIC


WATCH VIDEOS
RED ANGUS | Bred Heifers | 2-Year Old Bulls
 
BLACK ANGUS | Cow/Calf Pairs | Bred Heifers | 2-Year Old Bulls

 

WELCOME TO THE WJ RANCH DISPERSAL SALE

Johnny, Wendy and son Matt are selling the last of their cow herd this Dec 19 2014 bringing to a close a life long ranching and farming career that has seen their family Ranching operation grow from a commercial herd in the early seventies to a full-blown purebred Angus operation by the mid 90’s. Johnny often commented that nothing pleased him more than to see those beautiful Angus cows grazing on the

lush green pastures of the picturesque grassland of Spruceview Alberta.

WJ Ranch has long been an affliate herd of Crowfoot Cattle Company. Johnny and Dallas have been best of friends since early childhood and the cooperation that we shared has been a big benefit to both of us over the years.

WJ Ranch cattle are the same genetic base as was dispersed last November by Crowfoot Cattle Co. The cattle in this dispersal make up all of the 2013 heifers both black and red as well as the Black Angus 2 yr olds with their calves at side. All of the Red Angus mature cows and last years bred heifers were sold last fall to Tannon Dvorak of Dvorak Bros. Ranching in Nebraska while the Black Angus mature cows were sold to Wildcat Creek Ranch in Kansas.

We had very positive reports of the outcome of these purchases as well as the many Angus cattle spread out across North America as a result of the Crowfoot Cattle dispersal. These are very desirable and useful genetics for today’s industry. We are confident that you will prosper as well or better with these cattle as we did.

Johnny Johnsen
Dallas Jensen