The Early Morning Red Angus Ranch Will be Marketing Bulls & Heifers March 4
January 1, 2020 | View PDF
On Wednesday, March 4, starting at 1 p.m., the Early Morning Red Angus Ranch will be marketing 35 yearling Red Angus bulls and 30 replacement Red Angus heifer calves at the Sitting Bull Auction, Williston.
The Early Morning Red Angus Ranch is located just 12 miles south of Tioga. Owner and operator, Carl Frisinger, bought the ranch in 1965; having grown up in a ranching family, Frisinger grew up raising Herefords. However, when they became hard to sell, he bought six Red Angus cows from the Leland Drought Reduction Sale and started marketing Red Angus cattle in 1984 using Leland Red Angus bulls and Amber Light Red Angus bulls.
Frisinger’s cows begin calving on their own in the hills in April and May and the calves are range-raised on the 2,050-acre ranch and the additional 5,000 acres Frisinger leases from a neighbor. Nov. 1, the calves are weaned and moved to the Sheldon Brothers Feedlot. “The Northwest Veterinary Clinic, Powers Lake, makes sure they’re all healthy. The quality of the cattle is second to none,” he added.
Anyone interested is welcome to view the bulls at Sheldon Brothers Feedlot, Ray. For more information, give Carl a call at 701-664-2668.