Fellow Livestock Producers,
It is with great pleasure we welcome you to the Adams Connection/ Snake River Valley Genetics Bull Sale, March 7, 2018 in Blackfoot Idaho. We value your time and thank you for reviewing the livestock presented in this catalog.
Our program is dedicated to cow families that are productive, docile and long term. The bulls we are using are some of the top bulls in the industry. The sale offering includes sons WR Journey, Barstow Cash, Styles Cash, Connealy Black Granite, RAR Indy Tour of Duty genetics.
The bulls are doing well and look good. The older bulls were scanned and semen checked in early Jan and the AHIR info is available. Watch for the younger bulls’ info at sale time. These March calves out of Indy will be some of the heaviest weight per day bulls in our offering. We also went back to Black Granite for the fifth year. If we could line our fields with his daughters we would be tickled.
If you study EPD’s we have several bulls in the top 1%-10% of different categories. This doesn’t happen by accident. The bulls have the genetics to give you an edge and the look to stamp a superset of calves.
We would like to thank our advertisers and sponsors. Please contact these good folks and they will provide you with the same service and products that we have had the opportunity to enjoy.
This is a 4 generation program. Grandpa Darrell at the tender age of 82 feeds the bulls every morning and spends countless hours climbing in and out of the tractor feeding hay, bedding the bulls and taking care of the yearling heifers. Teresa gets up every morning and drives for me before work. Not sure why she does it but it’s been going on for over 35 years! Tiffany is our marketer introducing our cattle across the US and several foreign countries this year. Darrell and Jenny help at the ranch year round and have their own developing herd called Western Skies Angus. Mark is newly married to Charissa and is our IT department. Our Grandkids Conner and Angie along with their dad Jared help at the ranch. Conner and Angie now have 3 bred cattle between them and show lambs, hogs and cattle at local fairs.
People often ask why we do it. Can’t give you a good answer. I tell people it’s like a bad addiction…we just can’t quit.
We welcome you anytime for homemade cookies, milk and cattle. We hope to see you March 7 and are confident you won’t be disappointed.
Arnold and Teresa Callison