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Ohio Land & Cattle

Ohio Land & Cattle

Introduction

Ohio Land and Cattle is located in East Central Ohio, near Cadiz. It consists of 4600 deeded acres and 1500 leased acres.

It is an operating ranch with some 600 breeding cows, thriving year round on the grass. Cattle are registered Black Angus, Red Angus, and commercial.

God Made a Farmer

Herd Sires

Herd Sires are selected from the very top of large peer groups of 200-500 bulls. They are selected for a combination of calving ease, masculinity, muscling, structure, fleshing ability, hair coat,

growth, and disposition. There are currently 15 herd sires, which includes Lot 1 in the 2008 Pharo sale, Lot 1 in the 2006 fall sale, Lots 4 and 11 in the 2012 fall sale, and so on..

Genetics

The largest, outside genetic influences are from Pharo Cattle Company, Pinebank (New Zealand), Olde Cattle Company, Shoshone, Wye, and Octoraro. The genetic program is very simple. We buy and develop the very best bulls, capable of reproducing cows that thrive in East Central Ohio, problem free, on ranch resources and year round grazing. Bulls are the very top, selected from large peer groups, 200-500 in a group. Cows are raised on the ranch and have a single task, wean a calf, on time, problem free. Every cow that is late, open, aggressive, or needed assistance for her or her calf, is removed from the herd. The type cow which thrives at this task, is moderate in size, 1100-1200 pounds, easy fleshing, moderate in milk, and moderate in growth.

Seventy percent of the cull pen is made up of the taller, higher milking, higher growth, portion of the herd, year after year. The cow herd is viewed as a genetic pool, which is why emphasis is placed on the very top bulls. Cow emphasis is on function, a cow with top genetics, which fails to calve on time, or has any other problem, is culled, regardless of her genetics.

Pharo Pinebank Olde Cattle WYE Shoshone

Calving

Everything starts with a live calf. Bull calves average 65 to 72 pounds, heifers average 62 to 67 pounds. Less than 2 percent are born outside that range.

Roughly 1% require assistance at birth, usually heifers. Heifers are calved with the cows with no additional labor or development. Every dam requiring assistance is removed from the herd.

Cattle For Sale

The sale will take place October 29, in Zanesville, Ohio.
There will be a significant female offering as well

Black Angus Bulls For Sale This Fall
Anm Tag Anm
Birth
Date
Assn. Reg.
No.
Tattoo/
Brand
Sire
Name
Dam
Tag
MGS
Name
CE CED
EPD
BW
EPD
WN
EPD
YW
EPD
Milk
EPD
$EN
352 06/24/15 AAA 18185427 2100C PCC High Roller 1051Y 352 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 13 -1.2 40 62 22 5.74
9702 04/27/15 AAA 18185412 2101C PCC High Roller 1051Y 9702Z PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 15 -1.6 29 53 20 13.57
362 04/30/15 AAA 18185428 2103C PCC High Roller 1051Y 362 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -2.3 33 56 21 10.44
303 05/01/15 AAA 18185415 2104C PCC High Roller 1051Y 303 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 13 -1.6 30 56 17 16.74
396 05/05/15 AAA 18186925 2105C PCC High Roller 1051Y 396 PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 1 14 -1.6 34 59 18 13.64
2004 05/05/15 AAA 18184467 2106C PCC High Roller 1051Y 2004 Alap of Wye UMF 8329 1 16 -2.7 21 33 13 35.38
365 05/06/15 AAA 18185429 2107C PCC High Roller 1051Y 365 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 13 -1.1 32 55 17 17.25
608 05/07/15 AAA 18183675 2108C PCC High Roller 1051Y 8A K A Messenger 427 1 11 -1.3 32 49 15 23.87
3813 05/09/15 AAA 18184478 2110C PCC High Roller 1051Y 3813 PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 14 -0.9 24 44 18 21.28
1772 05/16/15 AAA 18183685 2111C PCC High Roller 1051Y 713 QA Blevins 1 11 -0.9 35 58 23 6.84
453 05/20/15 AAA 18186931 2113C PCC High Roller 1051Y 453 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 13 -1.5 35 59 18 13.64
7716 05/21/15 AAA 18183686 2114C PCC High Roller 1051Y 7716 JOD Samson 1 11 -0.6 30 53 20 13.57
369 05/22/15 AAA 18185430 2115C PCC High Roller 1051Y 369 PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 1 13 -1.5 31 53 18 17.86
1723 05/26/15 AAA 18183682 2116C PCC High Roller 1051Y 723 QA Blevins 1 10 -0.8 32 54 18 16.54
308 05/27/15 AAA 18185417 2117C PCC High Roller 1051Y 308 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 12 -0.7 35 58 18 14.16
334 05/29/15 AAA 18185422 2118C PCC High Roller 1051Y 334 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 12 -0.6 33 58 17 15.71
1229Z 06/09/15 AAA 18185414 2120C PCC High Roller 1051Y 1229Z PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 15 -1.5 30 51 18 17.74
722 04/21/15 AAA 18183672 2121C PCC McCool 1056Y 337 Octoraro Emulation 310 1 12 -0.1 20 33 14 32.89
162 04/23/15 AAA 18184463 2122C PCC McCool 1056Y 162 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -1.5 21 39 16 26.88
703 05/01/15 AAA 18183681 2123C PCC McCool 1056Y 703 QA Copelan 1 10 0 30 51 18 19.04
969 05/03/15 AAA 18332734 2124C PCC McCool 1056Y 969 KA Blythemaker 718 1 11 -0.9 23 41 17 25.64
380 05/03/15 AAA 18185432 2125C PCC High Roller 1051Y 380 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 13 -0.6 30 49 19 17.19
227 05/03/15 AAA 18183669 2126C PCC McCool 1056Y 227A K A Messenger 427 1 11 -0.1 26 36 14 32.23
304 05/04/15 AAA 18185416 2127C PCC McCool 1056Y 304 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 14 -0.9 25 45 18 20.78
9136 05/06/15 AAA 18184306 2129C PCC McCool 1056Y 9136 KA Blythemaker 718 1 10 -0.2 23 37 15 30.54
627 05/06/15 AAA 18167973 2130C PCC McCool 1056Y 27 MH Progress 2044p 1 11 -1.3 20 38 10 38
718 05/08/15 AAA 18183678 2131C PCC McCool 1056Y OLC18 Shoshone Fritz 6320 1 11 -0.3 31 46 16 24.68
312 05/09/15 AAA 18185419 2132C PCC McCool 1056Y 312 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -1.8 23 42 15 28.38
338 05/10/15 AAA 18185424 2133C PCC McCool 1056Y 338 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 16 -2 27 49 15 24.85
603 05/11/15 AAA 18183665 2135C PCC McCool 1056Y 3 MH Progress 2044p 1 14 -2.6 20 39 10 37.5
764 05/14/15 AAA 18184300 2136C PCC McCool 1056Y 76 QA Blevins 1 11 -0.5 24 42 16 25.38
9281 06/08/15 AAA 18184299 2137C PCC McCool 1056Y 9732 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 14 -1.1 22 43 15 27.88
336 06/08/15 AAA 18185423 2139C PCC McCool 1056Y 336 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 15 -1.8 24 42 14 29.9
605 05/01/15 AAA 18183666 2142C PCC T Q Da King R80T 605 Octoraro Legend 027 1 15 -2.2 24 42 14 29.41
103 05/05/15 AAA 18184460 2144C PCC T Q Da King R80T 103 MH Magua 27 1 13 -1.3 25 47 11 31.7
706 05/06/15 AAA 18183673 2145C PCC T Q Da King R80T 423 Codova of Wye UMF 8332 1 12 -0.8 20 39 11 34.4
161 05/09/15 AAA 18184464 2148C PCC T Q Da King R80T 161 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -2 18 40 12 32.43
290 05/19/15 AAA 18184476 2154C PCC T Q Da King R80T 29 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 14 -1.7 21 40 14 29.43
2201 05/30/15 AAA 18184469 2156C PCC T Q Da King R80T 201 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 14 -1.9 28 49 15 23.39
212 06/03/15 AAA 18184468 2158C PCC T Q Da King R80T 212 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 16 -2.9 21 39 12 32.92
9715 05/12/15 AAA 18184303 2168C PCC FSR Flame 2041X 9715 KA BY Design 723 1 10 -1.3 46 73 21 1.57
157 05/26/15 AAA 18184462 2171C PCC FSR Flame 2041X 157 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -2.8 29 54 11 26.84
113 06/03/15 AAA 18184458 2174C PCC FSR Flame 2041X 113 MH Magua 27 1 10 -0.3 35 61 13 20.26
330 06/30/15 AAA 18185421 2176C PCC FSR Flame 2041X 330 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 14 -2.7 36 63 16 14.66
493 04/20/15 AAA 18250115 2178C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 493 PCC T Q Da King R80T 1 9 0 26 45 13 28.43
406 04/20/15 AAA 18250112 2179C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 406 PCC T Q Da King R80T 1 9 -0.6 18 38 12 33.42
443 04/28/15 AAA 18250114 2180C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 443 MH Rambo 2001 1 8 0.6 24 43 8 36.78
428 05/06/15 AAA 18250113 2182C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 428 MH Rambo 2001 1 8 0.2 22 42 8 37.28
420 06/05/15 AAA 18186929 2183C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 420 MH Rambo 2001 1 8 -0.1 25 44 10 33.38
410 05/14/15 AAA 18186928 2185C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 410 PCC T Q Da King R80T 1 13 -1.4 23 40 18 23.28
302 05/25/15 AAA 18183674 2186C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 302A KA KONG-081P 1 10 -0.5 21 37 16 27.87
159 06/03/15 AAA 18184461 2187C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 159 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 13 -1 18 38 17 25.83
477 06/06/15 AAA 18186934 2189C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 477 PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 1 13 -1.4 22 38 16 27.37
448 06/09/15 AAA 18186930 2190C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 448 MH Rambo 2001 1 12 -0.2 20 36 11 35.89
712 06/21/15 AAA 18183671 2193C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 517 Octoraro Emulation 310 1 13 -1.2 22 36 17 26.82
1702 06/24/15 AAA 18185413 2196C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 1702Z PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 12 0.2 19 37 17 26.33
729 06/25/15 AAA 18183683 2197C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 728 QA Blevins 1 12 -1.5 15 31 15 32.35
301 06/28/15 AAA 18185420 2203C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 301 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 15 -2.1 23 41 16 25.88
923 06/29/15 AAA 18184302 2204C 41/97 of Kinloch E974 W723 KA BY Design 723 1 13 -1.7 29 49 22 12.41
323 04/11/15 AAA 18355876 2207C PCC High Roller 1051Y 323 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 18 -3.9 25 47 17 21.33
3851 05/19/15 AAA 18355875 2208C PCC FSR Flame 2041X 851 PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 13 -1.3 32 54 14 22.36
8602A 04/18/15 AAA 18360639 2210C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 8602A PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 12 -1 31 54 16 19.31
808A 04/27/15 AAA 18360636 2211C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 808A PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 11 -0.7 26 47 13 27.42
Y920 04/30/15 AAA 18360635 2212C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 232 PCC T Q Daktronic P19T 1 15 -2.7 22 45 11 31.4
314 05/05/15 AAA 18360640 2213C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 314 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 15 -2.9 33 62 15 18.17
204A 05/06/15 AAA 18360637 2214C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 204A PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 1 14 -2.7 30 56 12 24.33
8202A 05/07/15 AAA 18360634 2215C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 8202A PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 11 -0.6 28 53 15 21.35
3202 05/11/15 AAA 18360638 2216C PCC FSR Stubby 2021X 3202 PCC SSCC Sundown 1723U 1 15 -2.7 27 51 15 22.37
135 07/10/15 AAA 18357426 2217C PCC Olc Matt Dillon 2201A 135 KA KONG-081P 1 6 0.5 27 45 10 32.87
407 07/10/15 AAA 18357427 2218C PCC Olc Josey Wales 2136A 407 PCC FSR Flame 2041X 1 11 -1.5 31 52 13 24.89
Red Angus For Sale This Fall
Reg # Category Name Animal
ID
BW CED
EPD
CED
Acc
CED
%
BW
EPD
BW
Acc
BW
%
WW
EPD
WW
Acc
WW
%
Milk
EPD
YW
EPD
YW
Acc
YW
%
Milk
EPD
Milk
Acc
Milk
%
ME
EPD
ME
Acc
ME
%
HPG
EPD
HPG
Acc
HPG
%
CEM
EPD
CEM
Acc
CEM
%
Stay
EPD
Stay
Acc
Stay
%
Marb
EPD
Marb
Acc
Marb
%
YG
EPD
YG
Acc
YG
%
CW
EPD
CW
Acc
CW
%
RE
EPD
RE
Acc
RE
%
BF
EPD
BF
Acc
BF
%
Herd
Builder
Herd
Builder
%
Grid
Master
Grid
Master
%
3472080 A PCC OLC SAILOR`S MOON 4263C 70 10 8 12 -3 31 20 45 26 87 16 62 14 91 16 9 75 -2 5 25 11 1 36 5 8 31 11 2 46 0.32 4 73 -0.08 6 14 3 15 92 0.19 3 31 0 5 62 115 35 48 75
3472155 A PCC OLC COPPER 4257C 65 12 11 6 -4.7 32 7 42 27 92 16 59 15 93 16 11 78 2 15 56 11 3 34 5 11 27 11 4 56 0.27 5 82 -0.08 7 16 -2 16 95 0.09 4 48 0 6 58 115 36 48 69
3472156 A PCC OLC CHIEF RED WHIP 4259C 60 11 10 10 -4.4 31 8 55 26 59 15 77 14 72 15 10 85 3 6 69 13 3 11 6 10 19 12 4 33 0.5 6 34 -0.09 7 13 9 15 81 0.26 5 21 0 7 58 137 14 50 33
3472157 A PCC OLC REDMAN 4261C 68 12 11 6 -4.4 32 8 44 27 87 16 61 15 92 16 10 77 -1 15 31 11 3 36 4 11 36 10 4 71 0.29 5 79 -0.06 7 19 0 16 94 0.06 5 54 0 7 58 105 49 48 72
3472160 A PCC OLC THE BENJAMINS 4260C 60 13 11 4 -4.9 32 5 53 27 66 15 75 15 76 15 10 81 -2 15 24 11 3 34 6 11 19 10 4 62 0.25 5 86 -0.04 7 25 7 16 85 0.1 4 48 0 6 56 121 29 49 55
3472161 A PCC OLC EL TORO ROJO 4258C 70 9 10 16 -2.6 31 25 50 26 74 15 69 14 84 15 9 81 -1 5 33 10 1 42 4 9 44 12 2 42 0.32 4 75 -0.06 6 21 7 15 85 0.14 3 38 0 4 58 115 36 48 7
3472162 A PCC OLC APPLEJACK 4256C 68 10 11 13 -3.6 32 15 41 28 93 16 58 17 94 16 12 77 3 9 64 11 5 38 5 11 23 10 8 68 0.38 9 61 -0.1 9 12 -1 17 95 0.08 7 52 -0.01 11 32 103 52 48 6
3472163 3 PCC OLC COPPERHEAD 4254C 65 10 6 13 -3.2 28 19 48 23 80 15 67 10 87 15 6 85 -2 5 27 10 1 42 5 6 30 8 3 85 0.08 3 96 -0.29 4 3 5 12 89 0.39 2 11 -0.06 3 3 88 71 48 7
3472164 B PCC OLC SKY CHIEF 4255C 70 11 11 9 -3.2 32 19 50 27 73 16 72 15 80 16 10 80 4 15 78 11 3 29 5 10 24 11 4 59 0.19 5 92 -0.05 7 22 8 16 84 0.09 4 50 -0.01 6 45 112 40 48 7
3472165 A PCC OLC SHOTGUN RED 4252C 65 11 8 8 -4.2 16 9 51 26 70 15 72 14 80 15 9 85 -2 5 29 11 1 28 6 8 20 13 2 29 0.39 4 59 -0.06 5 18 6 13 86 0.17 3 33 0 5 62 135 16 49 5
3472167 A PCC OLC BLONDIE 4251C 68 8 11 20 -3.8 32 13 51 27 72 14 73 15 79 14 10 88 2 9 58 11 5 25 3 10 66 13 4 27 0.22 8 90 -0.09 9 14 8 16 84 0.3 7 17 0.01 10 72 124 25 48 6
3472168 A PCC OLC RED CLOUD 4250C 55 12 11 7 -4.6 32 7 42 27 91 18 61 15 92 18 10 66 1 15 50 10 1 50 5 11 23 11 4 52 0.33 6 73 -0.09 7 14 0 16 94 0.16 5 36 0 7 62 117 33 48 6

Management Low Input

Heifers Reds

Cattle are required to thrive on the ranch resources, with no other input, other than minerals. Cattle graze some 30 pastures, year round. Cattle are bred for May calving, in a 60 day window. May calving enables calves to be born at a mild time of the year, on fresh grass. May calving matches the highest forage requirements, i.e., the third trimester and a cow with a young calf, with the highest forage availability.

Heifers

Heifers are bred at 13-15 months of age, after wintering with the cow herd, on grass, with no other input, except minerals. Bulls are wintered and developed on forage, alone.

Business Model

Ohio Land and Cattle is first, a business. As a business, it has resources in land, forage, cattle, fence, and equipment. Its responsibility is to produce the greatest revenue, relative to costs. This is accomplished with a profit per acre business model. This model minimizes equipment, labor, and inputs (costs), and maximizes protein production per acre (income).

Production is increased with grass management, the right cow- size and type, genetics, and management. These combined principles produce the highest possible stocking rate, and highest production per acre. Stocking rate effects profits more then any other factor.

This ranch uses Management Intensive Grazing, i.e., the top half of forage is grazed, and cattle are rotated to new pasture, permitting sufficient rest for the grazed pasture. MOB grazing will play a role in the future.

Production is increased with the moderate type cow and their genetics. Each year, the following observations are confirmed: the physically shorter/thicker half of the herd, which includes heifers and second calvers, produce a calf which weans a higher percentage of the dam's body weight, and sells at a higher price per pound. Because the cow is shorter/thicker, her forage requirements are less, which permits an increase in stocking rate. Shorter, thicker cattle have a higher relative intake, I.E. they eat more for their size and flesh easier, which increases fertility. A younger female, who will gain weight and produce a calf, is economically superior, to a steer who will gain only, or a cow who will calve, only. Consequently, the ranch has more, slightly, smaller calves (30 pounds less), which sell at a higher price per pound, and more total pounds are produced with the additional calves and stocking.

The genetics are moderate in growth, milk, size, low in birth weight for calving ease, and low in maintenance requirements (high $EN). These characteristics produce cattle capable of finishing/marbling on grass, every bit as well as cattle finishing on grain in the feedlot. This makes the cattle attractive in the Grass Finished market place at a premium price, and they finish in the commodity market in fewer days, with less feed.

Management increases stocking rates with strict culling; every late, open, calving problem, physical problem, harder fleshing, hard wintering, and disposition problem, is culled every year. Weaning earlier reduces forage requirements, and permits increased stocking. May calving, reduces forage requirements in winter, and matches the peak forage requirements with the peak forage availability.

Interestingly, the production differentiation between the physically taller group, and the physically shorter group is narrowing each year, as 70% of the cull pen is from the physically taller group. The physically taller group is the greatest source of opens and lates. The cattle are becoming more uniform, and are defining the optimal size and type for this ranch, and low input management.

The characteristics of most cattle in the culling pen are what should be avoided. The characteristics of the cattle remaining in production are reproduced, using bulls consistent with the cow type remaining in production.

Ranch management is not defining the desired type and genetics, the cattle are defining the ideal type and genetics, under this environment and management.

Revenue is increased in several other ways, selling bulls, females, grass finished beef, hunting and fishing operations, etc.

Costs are limited. With the need for hay limited to a winter storm which produces more than 2 feet of snow, there is little need for most equipment and labor. The stockpile of hay kept in inventory is purchased, it is usually 2 year old hay which reduces its cost. A benefit of buying hay, is the ranch is importing those nutrients onto the ranch.

Bull Fight

Hunting

East central Ohio has some of the best whitetail deer and turkey hunting in the country. The quality of the deer are further enhanced with careful management and rules. Ohio Land and Cattle maintains a 1000 acre sanctuary, on its 6000 (over 9 square miles) acres of managed area. No bucks are harvested which have under 130 inches of antler. There are no deer drives permitted, as drives are the largest source of wounded deer and misjudgements of antler size

To schedule a hunt with an outfitter, see

Cast and Blast Lodges

Grass Finished Beef


Grass finished beef is tasty and healthy. Cattle are raised on pastures with a high percentage of legumes, they are harvested when they are well marbled. No chemicals, hormones, or antibiotics are used. Cattle are as well marbled as corn finished beef, and have much more flavor.

Beef is sold by the animal, half, or quarter.

The following link discusses the health benefits of grass fed beef, TallrassBeef.com

For articles, cookbooks and books, on Grass finished beef and farming, see Eatwild.com

Buy a meat tenderizer, we use it for every cut: Tenderizer

Power Steer: The life of a feed lot steer - Michael Pollan

Buying Bulk Beef

When your animal is processed, a certain amount of bone gristle and fat are removed when the carcass is cut and wrapped. Depending on your choice of cuts and your choice of bone-in or bone-out steaks and roast, the take home weight may vary by as much as 79 lbs on a whole animal.
Because of this variation we sell our animals on the pre-cut weight for HCW hanging carcass weights, which is usually about 60% of the live weight of the animal. Our average carcass will weigh approximately 675 lbs.

Average Live weight 1125 lbs. x 60% hanging carcass weight (HCW)

Whole animal average 675 lbs. x $4.50/lb. = $3,037.50

APPROXIMATE:


WHOLE BEEF - $4.50/lb. HCW

50 steaks (1.25" thick)
28 roasts (2.4 lbs./ea.)
130 lbs. ground beef (1 lb./pack)


Any of the cuts below can be ground
to increase the amount of ground beef
14 cube steak (1 lb./pack)
2 brisket (weight varies)
2 flank steak (weight varies)
2 skirt steak (weight varies)


4 short ribs (2 lbs.)
8 soup bones (2 lbs.)


HALF BEEF - $4.75/lb. HCW

25 steaks (1.25" thick)
14 roasts (2-4lbs./ea.)
65 lbs. ground beef (1 lb./pack)


Any of the cuts below can be ground
to increase the amount of ground beef
7 cube steak (1 lb./pack)
1 brisket (weight varies)
1 flank steak (weight varies)
1 skirt steak (weight varies)


2 short ribs (2 lbs.)
6 soup bones (2 lbs.)

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Books/Articles

Below are books and articles highly recommended


• Knowledge Rich Ranching / Allan Nation
• Grassfed to Finish / Allan Nation
• Quality Pasture /Allan Nation
• Land, Livestock, and Life /Allan Nation
• Get the Hay Out/Jim Gerrish


The books above can be purchased from Stockman Grass Farmer

• How Not to Go Broke Ranching / Walt Davis   waltdavisranch.com
• Is the Angus Breed on the Right Track?Link to Article
• Allan Savory on the world becoming a desert, and cattle as the solution Link to video
• Johann Zietsman: Video on stocking rate as the largest factor in profitability, high density grazing, etc... Link to video
   To buy his book, "required reading", see: Link to book
• Kit Pharo, Low input Business model/Management Link to video



Contact

James Coffelt

330-328-4470

Ohio Land and Cattle  
PO Box 157
77500 Jamison Rd
,
Cadiz, Ohio 43907

Directions:

Travel to Cadiz Ohio, Drive 5.1 miles southeast on St Rt. 250, Turn right on Jamison Rd, Drive 9/10ths of a mile, Turn right into the drive

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