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COUNT RIDGE RED ANGUS

For over 48 years Count Ridge Red Angus has been dedicated to developing a herd which delivers the traits of fertility, longevity, profitability, ease of handling and of course, some of the Best Beef to be found! These outstanding cattle will prove themselves in your herd by boosting your bottom line and leaving a legacy of profitability.

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48th Annual
Bull Sale

MARCH 30, 2022

Bow Slope Shipping Association

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FIELD-TESTED GENETICS

The Count Ridge Red Angus Herd is a carefully crafted “Performance Herd,” backed by years of DOCUMENTED PERFORMANCE REPORTING AND INTEGRITY, enabling us to reliably provide you with the qualities you are looking for!

Red Rack 3 Dimensional 8G

Red U-2 Jackpot 321G

Red Richmond Anthem SRD 17G

Red LWNBRG Electric 4D

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT COUNT RIDGE

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These girls picked up a fair bit of frost also- when the foggy days settled in! But a nice feed of grain helps to keep life in perspective!😉 ... See MoreSee Less

Granddaughter Riley has been able to use her phone( without it freezing up) now that the weather has warmed up a bit more. ... See MoreSee Less

Granddaughter Riley has been able to use her phone( without it freezing up) now that the weather has warmed up a bit more.

3 months ago

Count Ridge Red Angus

Not anxious to cooperate-and just like adolescent boys feeling the weather change, the herd sires eventually gave into reason( and more than a little coercion 😉) to leave the grain stubble field and head home The storm moving in made them a bit less cooperative- but also- they know something is coming- so home and shelter have some appeal! ... See MoreSee Less

Not anxious to cooperate-and just like adolescent boys feeling the weather change, the herd sires eventually gave into reason( and more than a little coercion 😉) to leave the grain stubble field and head home   The storm moving in made them a bit less cooperative- but also- they know something is coming- so home and shelter have some appeal!Image attachment

4 months ago

Count Ridge Red Angus

Welcome home! The purebred herd was anxious to return for the upcoming season- maybe the dry hard grass tastes better than it looks? ... See MoreSee Less

Welcome home! The purebred herd was anxious to return for the upcoming season- maybe the dry hard grass tastes better than it looks?

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Full figured girls..