It is with great pleasure we welcome you to the Adams Connection/ Snake River Valley Genetics Bull Sale, March 3, 2021 in Blackfoot Idaho. We value your time and thank you for reviewing the livestock presented on our website. We are always excited about our sales as we will have 4 generations of our family selling bulls from our offering. Great Grandpa Darrell, Teresa and I, Darrell and Jenny with the Western Skies Angus are 3rd generation and Jared and Tiffany’s kids Conner and Angie are the 4 th generation and will have their bulls in this sale. Our son and daughter in law Mark and Charissa help with the IT department and have identical twin girls Maizy and Elaina which should have bulls in the sale in the next few years! (Rumor is they have a new little sister on the way!)
I am an eternal optimist and at it again, this is the deepest set of bulls we have ever produced. Strong weaning weights and yearling weights with good scan data. We believe there are several herd bull potentials in the offering. The bulls are stout. Sons of Musgrave Exclusive, Casino Bomber, SAV Raindance, Ellingson Homestead, Rib Eye, Titan, Playbook and a really solid set of bulls out of our natural sires. The bulls from our new herdsire HF Boon Dox 5F are remarkable. Calving ease with excellent
performance. They will be favorite’s on sales day. Our females will be marketed again in our Gems of Idaho sale the last Saturday in October again this year. Last year’s sale, in spite of Covid pandemic, was a great event. October 30, 2021 at the Bonneville County Fair Grounds in Idaho Falls at the new county facility. It was a spectacular event in a first class venue. Our program is dedicated to cow families that are productive, docile and long term. Several of the bulls we will sell have dams that are 9-15 years old. 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.
Teresa and I run the place during early mornings and late evenings with the help of our extended family and headlamps! We welcome you anytime for homemade
cookies, milk and cattle. We hope to see you March 3 and are confident you won’t be disappointed.
Arnold and Teresa Callison