WE TRUST PRODUCTION SALE
Saturday, March 23, 2019 • 1 PM
At the farm near Haviland, Kansas
Selling 150 Registered Polled Herefords:
The foundation for successful seedstock
production is trust. As a seedstock supplier, we
trust the data we use to genetically improve
every calf crop. Our customers must trust
the investments they make in our program.
Trust is the link that connects every sector in
the value-added supply chain. Year to
year, documented improvement
is the result of the
disciplined use of
125 Polled Hereford Bulls • 25 Hereford Cow-Calf Heifer Pairs
50 Open Commercial Hereford Heifers
15 Open Black Baldie Heifers
Documented Maternal Value
SHF-influenced bred baldie heifers
recently topped the Kansas Angus Assn.’s
commercial female sale for the
second straight year!
A Note From Our Customer
“The cattle performed very well on the rail and
in the feedlot. The Sandhill-sired-cross cattle were
heavier and graded better. Most of the heifers
from that calf crop have become replacements.
Overall, I am very pleased with the results.”
Eric Christensen • Christensen Brothers
Watch the sale and bid live online
and over the phone (no TV broadcast).
Register to bid prior to sale day.
CED: 32.5% improvement (ranks in the top 12%)
For more information, visit www.SandhillFarms.com or call (620) 995-4072.
Kevin & Vera Schultz • Tyler & Hannah Schultz
2048 280th Avenue • Haviland, KS 67059 • Home (620) 995-4072 • Kevin’s Cell (620) 546-4570
Tyler’s Cell (620) 546-1574 • Kevin@SandhillFarms.com • www.SandhillFarms.com • Ron & Arnita Schultz • (620) 348-4863
Free delivery on all registered cattle. • Ask about our U.S. Premium Beef delivery rights
for customers wanting to access a value-added market.
Average EPD Improvements
in SHF Bulls (2018 to 2019)
Documented improvement while maintaining
IMF: 5% improvement (ranks in top 5%)
REA: 10% improvement (ranks in top 30%)
SCF: Top 25% of the breed
YW: Top 25% of the breed
Documented decreased cost of gain
while increasing carcass value
BMI$: Top 25% of the breed
Proven in the pasture by commercial beef producers for seven generations.