Linebred Advance Domino &  President Mischief Since 1914

OVER 100 YEARS OF NASH/DEEWALL HEREFORDS

Yearling  Breeding Bulls

  • The Curtis family has used Nash bulls for at least sixty years that I know of.  We ran cattle in the high country (10,000 feet) and one of our concerns was high altitude sickness (big brisket). Using Nash breeding eliminated most of this loss.  We were told by cowboys riding the allotment that in other pools one of the biggest jobs was keeping bulls scattered. We never had this problem or even thought of it.  We sold our Hereford cows two years ago and now run steers. We have been able to buy the kind of steers we want because they are out of Nash breeding. These calves are from the Dino Piloni herd of Gunnison, Colorado. I guess the reason we used Nash bulls all of these years is because they are good sound bulls, with honest pedigrees, raised by honest, nice people.  - Jim Curtis     Note: Curtis steers sold direct to the same feeder for 22 years.

Beef Steers

For Sale 

  • I like the moderate frame Dewall bulls that I use on Angus cows. They produce a efficient replacement heifer and a growthy feeder steer. The bulls are extremely gentle and easy to handle. These bulls will do everything an all grass based, low in-put ranch needs to produce the kind of cattle that fit their environment.    Bill and Debbie Barby     B bar B Ranch 

Comments

Yearling bulls for sale have all their shots and ready to go...  All are available for sale!    They are ready to go all their vaccinations and semen testing guaranteed.

We have more customers than beef but if you want to get your name on the list please contact us.

Private treaty at your convenience.  Give us a call: Mike: (620) 635-5978  or Jane: (620) 635-6511

  • The calves, by the Deewall bulls, are just what we hoped for. They have wonderful muscling and conformation. At branding time the calves were as calm as could be. The bulls have really stamped their calves. In not too many years these linebred bulls will have a huge impact on our cow herd. -  Philip Knobloch


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