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Join us on April 19th for the Cherry Blossom Futurity
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Last year we gave out $23,000 in prize money thanks to all our participators and sponsors. Help continue to grow this great East Coast market.


2019 Cherry Blossom Futurity Sponsors


THE CATTLE BARRON

Ann Gravett- G&G Longhorns, VA
John & Christine Talley- Talley Longhorns, MD
David & Retta Henry- D-R Henry Ranch, WV
Ryan & Brandy Schmidt- Rocky Meadow Longhorns, PA
John King- J&J Longhorns, PA
Nancy Dunn- Rolling D Ranch, AL
The Carolina Cartel- NC


THE STOCKMAN
Justin & Adrienne Henry- Double H Ranch, WV
Shawn & Seasons Pequignot- Crazy Cattle Co, PA
Joel & Rebecca Miner- Cedar Rock Ranch, PA


THE RANCH MANAGER
John & Nancy Kolcun- Cedarwood Farms, VA 
Josh & Megan Shaw- HBN Longhorns, MI
Tom, Molly & Shelby St Hilaire- St Hilare Longhorns, OR
Gail Beach- Meadow Green Ranch, IN
John & Natalie Chaney- Diamond C Ranch, NC
Larry & Christine Terry- 3TG Livestock, VA
Jay & Suzi Wachter- Sunhaven Farms, MD



While we sell whole beefs by hanging weight along with 1/2s and 1/4s by the hanging weight. As well as individual cuts by the pound (CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE) we are also excited to announce:

*COMING SOON*

Be sure to check out G&G Longhorn beef being sold at Frank Spera's Custom Butchering in Spring City, PA. We are honored to be apart of such a great establishment.





Cattle for sale at all times. Check out our calves, our weanlings, our bred heifers, and of course our cows. Get what you need, 2 in 1 packages, 3 in 1 packages, or bred heifers. You want to put your brand and name your own heifers? Then buying one of our calves is a great option.


*Calves*
Rustic Ashland


*Weanlings*
Rustic Tari
 
*Heifers*
Rustic Patty

*Cows*
RRR Miss Diamond


We're now at 3333 Jacks Shop Road, Rochelle, VA 22738. Our office number is no more as well. 

Thursday March 21st, 2019

Well we're coming into the grass. It's really on the brink of exploding. I'm hoping next week it comes on hard. We've had about a week of dry days but today we got another 2.5" of rain. Things are back to muddy again. We didn't make it through the winter unscathed. We lost a great cow, SDR Van Altha. This cow was smoking, 80"ttt at 3 years 3 months. She got a horn stuck in the mud and ended up flipped over with a broken neck. How in the world that happens, we'll never know. We did talk to a man who said he watched two cows fight one time, and that happened right in front of him. Was it a fight? Did she slip? We just don't know.

We got back from the Legacy Sale. It was a tough time for many. The winter has certainly gotten some people down. The upside is there are some great cattle out there to purchase. We sold two, one for $3,000 and one for $2,800. The $3,000 cow we paid $6,000 for and the $2,800 cow we paid $4,500 for. That's just how it works, just because we bought them for $X doesn't mean they're going to be worth that. We also picked up two cows, giving less for them than I thought they were worth. So it works out evenly. Swap stock, now is a good time to buy. 
 
We'll see you down the road...

Bear Davidson

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