C Triple J. CAttle Company

Homestead in 1902:  Morton County, North Dakota

Farm and Ranch was Homesteaded Back in 1902  or (119 years).  The Ranch is Located 21 Miles North West of Mandan North Dakota. The Ranch and farm is 1/2 Crop and 1/2 Cattle Operation. 

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History

Hatzenbuhler's

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HOMESTEAD HISTORY

119 Years

In 2022 this is the 6th Generation of the Hatzenbuhler Name that came over from Germany in 1902.

BRAND

Rocking CJ

Cody J. & Jennifer J. Hatzenbuhler
with two boys Caden J. and Brady L.

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Farmstead

Year 1957

Image of Ranch in 1957

Farmstead

Year 2014

Image of Ranch in 2014

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Farmstead

Year  -  "2036"

2007 to Present


Image of Ranch in 2036.  


C Triple J Cattle Company.


Research farm on new products on Crop and Soil Health.


Cattle Side 2021: Introduced the American Red Angus

RED ANGUS

RED IS THE NEW BLACK

RANCH TESTED....RANCHER TRUSTED!

Seven innovative breeders chose to use Red Angus in 1954 to establish the industry's first performance registry. Throughout its history, the Red Angus Association of America has maintained this objective focus and has earned a well-deserved reputation for leadership and innovation. Because it has made the right choices over time, ignoring the short-term pressure of industry fads, the Red Angus breed has attained a high level of popularity in the commercial beef industry.

Sources ==> https://redangus.org/

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TIMELINE COUTDown

Aug - 1902 to April 2022

August 1, 1902 To  April 24, 2022

43,731 Days

119 years 8 Months 23 Days

1436 months, 23 days

6247 weeks and 2 days