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JB Angus will be at Stockman Livestock West's Sale Jan. 31st


January 3, 2018 | View PDF

JB Angus owners Bobby Kubas (left) and Jonathan Ficek (right).

JB Angus will be at the Stockmen's Livestock sale in Dickinson, ND at 1:00pm mountain time Wednesday, January 31st. Owners Jonathan Ficek and Bobby Kubas will be selling 30 select yearlings and two year old bulls with about 60 replacement heifers for sale through private treaty. Sires represented at the sale will be RB Tour of Duty 177, Basin Advance 3134, Connealy Thunder 587, and JBA Infusion 419.

Both Ficek's and Kubas' families have been ranching in the area for generations, and each of them have independent family operated ranches, but in 2013 the two men bought a herd of cattle from Tuhy Angus and established JB Angus. Their main focus is on raising seed stock for commercial cattlemen. The registered cows receive no special treatment and are run alongside the commercial cows and must maintain their place in the herd, making them structurally sound and acclimated to hard winters. Good maternal genetics are important and a lot of selection pressure is placed on the bulls. Cattle must have structural correctness, a calm disposition, and "real world genetics", such as promoting a live calf at birth, producing a calf that gains well on grass and milk, and one that will become a top replacement female.

"In our business we try to focus especially hard on customer service; 100% satisfied customers after every breeding season is our main goal. If a problem arises before, during, or after our sale, we will do whatever we can to make sure that the customer has had a positive experience with JB Angus. After all, without customers we do not have a bull sale and would not be able to continue to do what we love," said Ficek.

JB Angus looks forward to establishing long lasting relationships with their customers, one that will last long after the stock trailer gate closes. For more information, visit their website at or call 701-590-3598 or 701-590-9814.


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