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Picture of this beautiful Sunset was taken from the office at the Ranch.

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To contact us click below:

buchananangus@hughes.net

For more than 50 years the Algoma Angus Cattle have been defining Performance with practical efficiency. The cows are bred 100% AI to the best sires available in the Angus breed, enabling us to continue to produce cattle with economic functionality that will benefit us as well as our customers now and in the future. 

  • The Algoma cows are sound, fertile, functional females that work hard and wean heavy calves year after year. WE DON'T OWN A CREEP FEEDER, the weights are from milk and native pasture.
  • Moderate birth weight, Rapid growth..genetics that are passed on in their calves.
  • Natural muscling, Carcass Quality, Maternal traits, all in an eye appealing package.
  • Great udders that will hold up for the lifetime of the cow.
  •  The bulls have sound feet and legs, from weaning they are conditioned on a steep juniper covered hillside.

BUCHANAN ANGUS RANCH
A TRUE PERFORMANCE PROGRAM
where performance does not START at the feed bunk

Robert, Kathleen Buchanan and Family
13490 Algoma Rd
Klamath Falls, Oregon
541-883-8471

                                                                         Look for this {B LAZY A} brand on the left shoulder.

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When you use the right genetics you can get the growth and weaning weights without the extra input of expensive feed. Our cows have to work for a living, without making more work and expense for us. They are treated like commercial cows with no Creep feed for the calf or the cow. The pairs graze native grasses and get a free choice mineral as their only supplement.

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CAN YOUR COWS DO THIS???

 "Algoma Golden Jezabel 798B ", a  2 year old"R A Active Duty 010" daughter, nursing her

  calvingease  son of "Connealy Confidence Plus" 

"Algoma Golden Trust B31"  LOT: 14   AAA# 18916286, who weaned off his dam on 10/23/17 at 910 lbs.


Doing this without help, no creep for her calf,

just her milk and native grass.

 

 

 



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View of the ranch taken from the Hill where the bulls are

conditioned after weaning.