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Bull & Heifer Videos Available for Viewing!

February 13, 2018 | posted in Uncategorized

Hi Everyone! We have received lots of calls from excited buyers wondering when our videos would be up and I am happy to say that the videos for the March 10, 2018 Wiggins Bull Sale are here! Click the link above to view our Southern Top 100 Angus Bulls that we have developed especially for you. […]

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Our New Gents!

November 27, 2017 | posted in Uncategorized

Last week, we had some new bloodlines delivered to Shuqualak. They are coming to us from a farm in Florida and I personally, could not be more excited. These creatures are absolutely stunning. They are so friendly! These are gentle giants that come right up to the fence for a pet. I love Angus cattle […]

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Heifers At the October Bull Sale

October 9, 2017 | posted in Uncategorized

There will be 100 Registered and Commercial Spring Calving Bred Heifers available for sale at the October 28, 2017 bull sale. Come early and check them out! This great set of females will sell after the bulls.

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October 28, 2017 Bull Videos and Catalog are Here!

October 6, 2017 | posted in Uncategorized

Catalogs are in the mail! If you have not received your catalog yet, you may view it here. Simply click the catalog button above to view our online catalog. You may also view the bull videos by clicking the video button above. If you are unable to attend our sale on sale day, you may […]

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The Hitching Post

August 18, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

Although the “Big House” isn’t a true antebellum home, she was erected over time with careful planning during the 50’s, her pieces and parts were purchased from the antebellum time period. Mrs. Gladys Evans would drive down to New Orleans, up to the Delta and Memphis in the 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s to scavenge around […]

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Crunchy Brown Stubble turns lush in a week!

July 25, 2016 | posted in Uncategorized

This post is an update to the previous post about our Alfalfa farming. We cut our alfalfa on the Thursday after 4th of July. As you can see in the photo, it was crunchy brown stubble. When we were walking in this field, you could feel it crunch beneath your feet. Dust was coming up […]

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