Yearling Bull Catalogs - updatedABS Global Purchases 50% of Nichols Good as Gold Z103 - page 3 Nichols Newsletter
FALL - BULLS For SALE - Updated 11/1/15
Proven Performers - Catalog
Fall Yearling Angus - Catalog
19 month old Bulls - Catalog
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Mike Garrett - 300 Western origin heifers AI'd and then cleaned up with Nichols Purebred Angus ce bulls. Saturday Feb 6th Knoxville Livestock Market - more information
Kester Farms - 35 Black heifers bred to Hoover and Nichols Angus ce Bulls due 3/1. Saturday Feb 6th Knoxville Livestock Market - more information
Travis Nelson - Nichols sired calves selling Lolli Brothers Livestock Market, Macon, MO 2/2/16
80 bred heifers (Nichols heifers bred to Nichols ce bulls) to start calving 3/1. Vaccinated Virashield, Alpha 7, Scour Bos 9/w booster, calfhood vacc, tested negative PI, wormed & poured. Lee Block, Illinois, 815-266-9901
30 - 2nd & 3rd calving cows to start calving 3/20 - same health protocol as heifers. Lee Block, Illinois, 815-266-9901
55 black heifers bred to Nichols Bulls - photos - ultrasounded to start calving 3/15/16 - Shawn Andrews - 217-260-9357
Nichols Farms is located in Southwest Iowa, marketing bulls, semen and embryos throughout the world. Nichols Farms and its franchises are all family farms, selling Nichols Beef Genetics and offering Nichols Value Added Programs.
I am Angus: Dave Nichols recounts his career in the beef business and what led him to be selected the 2015 inductee into the Saddle & Sirloin Portrait Gallery - the most significant honor in the livestock industry.
I am Angus video with Dr. Wilhelm and clips of Dave and Lee from the early '60s.
Nichols Farms International History by J. David Nichols
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Nichols Farms is Your Headquarters for Heterosis"Crossbred cows producing Composite sired calves provide a 23.3% Improvement in Pounds of Weaned Calf per cow exposed over straight bred cows and calves!"
--USDA Meat Animal Research Center