Mytty Angus Ranch has been in operation since 1998 in Florence, Montana, located in the Bitterroot Valley of Western Montana.  We are proud of the depth and growth of our operation and the bulls we produce every year.  Our cows are performance cattle coming from elite and power packed cow families.  We strive to focus on fertility first and then to zero in on structural soundness and phonotypical cattle that will consistently deliver calves with powerful weaning weights and yearling weights. Every year we continue to make great strides in performance, feed efficiency and gain ability in our customer’s calves in feed yards across the country.

We have been truly blessed by the long-standing relationships and many customers who show their continued trust of our program by buying our bulls and females each year.

Since we have started in the registered Angus business we have been very fortunate to have raised some well known herd sires, Baldridge Nebraska 109, Mytty In Focus, Mytty Thunderstruck W355 and Mytty Forefront 77P. 

 In addition, we also have an extensive embryo transplant program in Grass Range, MT. We typically flush ten of our very best five year olds each year. These donors are always a proven source to expand our most proven genetics.

We also develop around 500 to 600 commercial heifers that stem from our genetic base and breed them to the most proven calving ease sires in the breed. These impressive bred heifers are what we will continue to offer in our annual fall sale.  They are truly “The Montana kind” from long time established herds respected for their cow productivity on grass.

The majority of our cow herd has now been bred and raised through careful selection right here on the ranch and it’s really paying off.  If you ever want to go through our cow herd, we’ll be happy to show you around anytime.

Our Annual spring Bull Sale is held on the first Monday of March.  Our two year old bulls, Females and commercial bred heifers sell in the November Sale.

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