White Pine Angus Ranch
                                                With an eye to the future and the bloodlines to insure success

Stan Semmler

1511 - 16th Street N W, Backus, MN  56435                                                                                                                                                 

e-mail: wparanch@hotmail.com                                                                                                                                                           

Home Phone: 218-947-3058     Cell:      218-232-8215

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~ Bull Introduction Page ~ 2018

             We have 26 very nice yearling bulls for sale this season,

                         4 coming two years and 1 coming 3.

                                    Prices start at $2,250

   All bulls have been sold for this season. We would like to thank everyone who has purchased bulls in the spring or the bred heifers that are offered in the fall. If you are in need of a bull for the next breeding, we will be posting the new bulls for 2019 the last part of January. Thanks again, Stan S.

** All bulls will recieve a complete breeding exam by our vet mid April. Each animal had a genomic i50K test done that will enhance the reliability and expand the scope of the EPDs. Each bull's linage and complete set of EPDs can be viewed at the American Angus Associations website, just type in their registeration number in the search box. There is a link to the AAA homepage on each bull page. Call or email with any quetions. **

Our approach to raising cattle is basic: get the most gain with the least amount of feed, without giving up the traits that make Angus cattle so popular. A bull prospect must have gained at least 3 pounds per day on the dam. They must have good feet and legs, and a disposition to match. There is no supplemental feed of any kind offered to our calves while nursing. Our goal is to get the bulls to a desired weight of 1250 to 1500 pounds by June 1st, depending on frame, making bulls that are filled out, but not fat. Our first calves are born the last week of February so by June they would be 16 months old with enough frame and weight to service the mature herd.

We believe in spending as much time with the customers as it takes, answering questions about every aspect of our operation as we walk through the bull pen, pointing out the benefits of each animal and their personality so the customer walks away knowing they are getting the best bull for their operation.

Like many of you folks, generations of Semmler's have been farming as far back as anyone can remember. It's what we do.The Registered Angus part of our story started in 1990. We're pleased with the progress that has been made and will be offering you in 2019, twenty nine years of select breeding for efficient Angus cattle. When you're looking for a new herd sire, give us a call or stop by the ranch. We would be more than happy to show you our lineup.

Thanks for look'in.