Welcome to Jauer Dependable
Genetics. Our goal is to be your source for maternally efficient,
forage-effective, real world Angus genetics. Our breeding program utilizes
moderately framed cattle that thrive in grass and forage environments. We have applied
this philosophy over the past 40 years to produce a highly efficient, bovine
factory can be mated a variety of ways - to produce the type of calf that fits
directly into your program. Our typical
customer base includes seed-stock breeders, club-calf breeders, breeders that cross our
cattle with outside breeds to make F-1 females and bulls, as well as commercial producers
and grass-beef finishers. The adaptability our
cattle offer to each of these different sectors of the beef industry is what sets our
program apart from our competition.
Increasing profitability in the beef industry has always
been challenging, but if we can decrease our costs while maintaining a reasonable level of
production, it will go a long way toward boosting our bottom line. The largest
expense for most producers is their breeding females.
A herd of deep, thick, high capacity, size 4 frame cows will consume fewer
resources allowing you to raise more animals on the same number of acres than a herd of
larger framed, big boned, inefficient cows - thus producing more total output for the same
or even fewer inputs. At Jauer Dependable Genetics, we strive to produce females and
bulls that can flourish on grass by excluding animals that need supplemental feed or grain
to survive. High production animals that need additional feed and care may look good
on paper (with high EPD numbers), but these outliers will not fit into our program.
We have extensively line-bred our herd to enhance the traits that benefit efficiency,
structural soundness, and longevity. The result is an extremely consistent cow herd
that goes out and works in the real world. Breeding stock purchased from Jauer
Dependable Genetics are guaranteed to enhance any herd whose objective is improved
efficiency. We invite you to browse the links above and explore the entire
website. Be sure to check out our private treaty sales page
for a list of cattle for sale after our next Bred Female and Bull sale on January 26,
2013. As always, feel free to contact us with questions
or comments on our program.