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Nichols Farms
Private Treaty Herd Bull Sale
Saturday, November 14th - Noon Lunch -
Angus - Simmental - South Devon - Nichols Hybrids
We’re offering the yearling herd bulls that pasture bred
our cows and heifers this year. These Proven Performer
Power Bulls have amazing weaning weight, rates of
gain, yearling weight and $Value ERTs. They rank at or near
the top in the seed stock industry, plus they’re slick haired and dave nichols
tolerant to Fescue.
They are the “best of the best”— that’s why we used them. Their sons will be in our bull barn and for sale next year and their daughters will be grazing our un-clipped Fescue pastures.
We were the very first herd (1987) to utilize ultra-sound to measure IMF% (marbling) and lean yield grade. We also continue to be the leader in utilizing DNA technology. The past thirteen years Nichols herd sires
have been DNA profiled for several product and performance traits.
About 40 Nichols Bulls have stood in major A.I. Studs the past 50 years.
Many of them were offered in the Bull Extra sales.
Call or visit - These bulls are being offered on an “first come/ first served”
basis November 14th. Select one or more of these bulls. They are semen checked and ready to work in your herd - $100 off the price, if you pick them up.
Bull Barn: 641-369-2829
Ross cell: 641-745-5241 Dave home: 712-762-3810
- Nichols Good As Gold Z103 -
Bull Sale Catalog - www.nicholsfarms.biz
For Sale: Superior Beef Genetics
from : Nichols Farms - Iowa
Angus - Simmental - South Devon - Hybrids - Composites .
✦ 250 open Short Yearling Heifers– available December Ist
from : Nichols Genetic Source Partners
✦300 Compositeheifers-A.I.toNicholsNewStandardD30CEAngus.Cleanupbred
t o Nichols CE Angus Bulls, ultra-sound calviing date 3/10/21
✦ 115 Angus cross heifers. Bred to Nichols CE bulls. Ultra-sound calving date 3/1/21 ✦ Check out the full listing at— www.nicholsfarms.biz
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Cowboys
You Can
Count On
Mike Cass has joined Team Nichols as Financial Record Keeping Assistant.
He came with a diversified back ground. The son of, Dean and Karen Cass, he grew up on a livestock and crop farm near Fontanelle, Iowa. He always had a strong interest in agri- culture and rural life. He was in 4-H, FFA, community service projects, and operated a small family livestock farm.
He graduated from Bridgewater-Fon- tanelle High School and Des Moines Area Community College.
He started his career with the Farm- ers Coop in Earlham, Iowa. Then he spent 34 years in banking. The last five years he has worked for the Partner- ship for Progress Residential Care Facility near Atlantic, Iowa. Mike has been assisting Nichols Farms with book keeping the past two years. He has appreciated getting closer to agriculture and livestock again.
Mike and his wife, Tammie, live
in Atlantic, Iowa.Tammie is a middle school teacher with Nodaway Valley School at the Fontanelle site. They both garden and mow lawns. They also enjoy time with their two children, Kelisie, and her husband, Adam Kralik, and Christopher, and his wife, Jenna.
Mike and Tammie attend the First Church of Christ in Atlantic and volunteer in several capacities.


































































































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