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COUNT RIDGE RED ANGUS

For over 47 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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47th Annual
Bull Sale

MARCH 31 | 1PM

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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This sweet cow-calf pair turned up in the flowerbed this summer! Thanks Robert,Nikki and Kailey Peltzer for bringing this pair home! ... See MoreSee Less

This sweet cow-calf pair turned up in the flowerbed this summer! Thanks Robert,Nikki and Kailey Peltzer for bringing this pair home!

Some interesting and thought provoking sessions at Angus Extravaganza! Check them out and see if you don’t Want a “Betsy” too! ( I just want to know if she’ll stay in and do dishes- while I go do cowy things? )🤔Missed attending Angus Extravaganza on August 25? Watch for recorded sessions available through Angus Broadcasting Canada on our website & YouTube. #cdnangus ... See MoreSee Less

Some interesting and thought provoking sessions at Angus Extravaganza!  Check them out and see if you don’t Want a “Betsy” too! ( I just want to know if she’ll stay in and do dishes- while I go do cowy things? )🤔

Of you have a few moments,and want to see what is the latest project for the CAA , you should be able to locate these sessions with the links provided! Some fairly innovative ideas! I’m Likin’ Betsy myself… 🤔- wondering if she can be trained to do housework maybe? So I can go do more cowy things????
“Heyyy Betsy…”!Unable to attend Angus Extravaganza on August 25 in person? All sessions will be available via livestreaming on our Facebook page or through DLMS at www.dlms.ca. Recorded sessions will be available through Angus Broadcasting Canada on our website & YouTube. #cdnangus
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Of you have a few moments,and want to see what is the latest project for the CAA , you should be able to locate these sessions with the links provided! Some fairly innovative ideas! I’m Likin’ Betsy myself… 🤔- wondering if she can be trained to do housework maybe? So I can go do more cowy things???? 
“Heyyy Betsy…”!

Had the opportunity to help serve lunch to the Juniors, meeting them all ! What a fine bunch of young cattle people we have coming up!Thank you Count Ridge Red Angus for being one of our meal sponsors! ... See MoreSee Less

Had the opportunity to help serve lunch to the Juniors, meeting them all ! What a fine bunch of young cattle people we have coming up!

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A big thankyou to Laura and George Baxter for jr.angus lunch and all the other sponsors

BE LOOKING FOR A COUPLE HEIFER BULLS SPRING 2022 🤠🥳👍

It was THAT DAY Today! Preg checking and a good solid squirt of “Cylence” to deal with those biting flys. We do have oilers out there- but they seem to not be meeting the needs as the seasons progresses. (The Low-HighKaraté kick the cow did in the video in comments, is indicative of how nasty those fly’s can pinch! )
It was a great day to take on this task- warm indeed, but lots of excellent help! Thanks to Robert Peltzer, Travis Marfleet and his associate, Dallas, from Bow Valley Livestock Health, things went smoothly!
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It was THAT DAY Today! Preg checking and a good solid squirt of “Cylence” to deal with those biting flys. We do have oilers out there- but they seem to not be meeting the needs as the seasons progresses. (The Low-HighKaraté kick the cow did in the video in comments, is indicative of how nasty those fly’s can pinch! )
It was a great day to take on this task- warm indeed, but lots of excellent help! Thanks to Robert Peltzer, Travis Marfleet and his associate, Dallas, from Bow Valley Livestock Health, things went smoothly!

2 months ago

Count Ridge Red Angus

“Shaken- Not Stirred!”
Last load of heifers are quite impressed as they off-load at Community Pasture. Still some grazing available here!
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