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April 20th & 21st, 2018 - Culpeper, VA
This year's Cherry Blossom Futurity is shaping up to be the biggest one yet. Last year we gave away $15,000. Our goal this year is to raise more sponsorship money and more entries to achieve that.

Click HERE to find out more about the Cherry Blossom Futurity

Cherry Blossom Futurity ENTRY forms HERE
Cherry Blossom Futurity SCHEDULE OF EVENTS HERE
Cherry Blossom Futurity SPONS

The Cattle Baron
Ann Gravett- G&G Longhorns, VA
Mike Beijl- MB Longhorns, TX
Nelson & Tammy Hearn- Nel-Tam Longhorns, PA
Justin & Adrienne Henry- Double H Ranch, WV
Philip Herzig- Virginia Longhorns, VA
Scott Hughes- White Pines Ranch, NC
Dan Huntington- 5D Ranch, WI
Dan & Kristi Grove- Grove Cattle Co, NC
John King- J&J Longhorns, PA
Dustin & Jerri Martin- Evergreen Haven Farms, PA
Bobby McHugh- Alpha Longhorns, PA
Shawn & Seasons Pequignot- Crazy Cattle Co, PA
Ryan & Brandy Schmidt- Rocky Meadows Farms, PA
Spaid/Siegel Partnership- WV & PA
Billy Stickley- Stickley Cattle Co, VA
John & Christine Talley- Talley Longhorns, MD
Texas Longhorn Cattle Association, TX
Jay & Suzi Wachter- Sunhaven Longhorns, MD
Hubbells 20 Gauge Partnership- TX & MI
Greg Beal- Coolsprings Longhorns, MD

The Stockman

Gabi Herring- Ranch El Diso Longhorns, TX

The Ranch Manager
John & Nancy Kolcun- Cedarwood Farms, VA
David & Retta Henry- DR Henry Ranch, WV
James Patrick- Patrick Longhorns, VA
Steve & Tina Anderson- Boiling Springs Longhorns, PA
Mac & Holly Stewart- Sleepy Hollow Longhorns, NC
Bud & Kathy South- South Farms, NY

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

February 7th, 2018
We're getting through the winter without incident so far. This week has been a rainy week. We got a 1.25" on Sunday night, freezing rain last night, and it's raining today. So we're finally in the mud. Hopefully it won't last until we turn the cattle back out on the green pastures in April. We've done well so far this winter. This time last year our winter lots were already muddy months ago. We are just getting there now. Our hay consumption is way down as well. This will continue too as we move cattle over to our lease land. 

Spring calves should be coming soon. In the next month or so. We'll also be heading to our first sale in two weeks, heading to the Cattle Baron's Sale.

We'll see you down the road...

Bear Davidson

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