Reich Angus
Mardee Reich 701-873-4173
E-mail: reichran@westriv.com

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Welcome to Reich Angus
North Dakota Angus bulls and cattle for sale.
15th Annual Bull sale February 15, 2014, Saturday - 1:00 P.M. CST
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    All of us at Reich Angus would like to welcome you to our website. We are a family owned operation located in West-Central North Dakota. Our ranch sets along the Knife River and our cattle graze largely on native prairie grasses for all but just a couple of months in the winter. During the coldest of the winter months, the cattle are brought closer to home and supplemented with hay until after calving in March and April.

    The emphasis of our breeding program is in producing females that will have a moderate mature frame size with the capacity and mothering ability to excel in a tough northern plains environment. A cow on our operation needs to hold her condition while consistently weaning off a heavy calf without the help of a creep-feeder. We place high priority on fertility, udder quality, natural thickness, good disposition and sound structure. These cattle are bred to be problem-free for our commercial customers as well as our own operation. Through intense culling pressure, an extensive AI program and performance testing, our herd continues to improve every year.

     We encourage you to visit the ranch and inspect our cattle any time. If you have any questions or would like more information on our operation, please give us a call or send an a-mail.

   Sincerely,
   The Reichs


   Annual Bull sale February 15, 2014, Saturday

 
 

REICH ANGUS
ANGUS BULL SALE
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014
Sale will be held at the ranch,
4-1/2 miles south, 1/2 mile east
of Zap on County Road
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