Larry Aschermann grew up on a corn and bean farm in Illinois. Wanting to go to an agricultural school he chose Kansas State University. He graduated with a degree in Animal Science. His wife Peggy says, “ No one has used their Animal Science degree more than Larry. They taught him a lot about cattle, but nothing about cats.” After graduation he became a field man for the American Shorthorn Assoc. handling all states East of the Mississippi river. That lead to his becoming the executive for a group of people who were importing cattle from France. He then returned home to Illinois to farm. He loved cattle farming however, Larry says he was voted Illinois Unstar Grain Farmer. When farming didn’t work out he accepted a job with a subsidiary of Monsanto as Manager of Production in the beef division. While establishing his production area, he fell in love with Southwest Missouri. He knew that was where he wanted to live. He purchased Diamond/Four State Stockyards and held his first sale on April Fools day in 1980. While opening the stockyard he became interested in Charolais Genetics. He is presently pursuing his life time dream of selling lots of "Good Bulls". Larry thinks he is a lucky man. When he was little he wanted to be a cowboy when he grew up. His dream came true. Only difference is, as Peggy says, “He’s a bullboy.” Larry has served on the: Missouri Beef Industry Council, Missouri Livestock Marking Association and the Board for Governor’s Advisory Council for Agriculture.
Peggy grew up on a Hereford/wheat farm in Kansas. Her childhood dream of becoming the first women President didn’t quite pan out for her. She graduated from Washburn University with a degree in Criminal Justice. Peggy has two children and three grandsons, who, of course are the loves of her life. Always being an animal lover she says she can’t believe she found a man who loves the little furry creatures as much as she does. I thought my Dad had the softest hands in the world when treating a sick one, but Larry is right there with him. Peggy plays lots of softball. Traveling all over the United States on a traveling tournament team. She was inducted into the National Senior Softball Hall of fame in 2009. She is a breast cancer survivor. And wants to reminded everyone to get that mammogram every year.
Commercial Bull Production - Charolais Bulls in volume, is our main business. We have years of proven customer satisfaction. Our bulls are known for their good dispositions, sound feet and legs, easy calving, and fast growing calves. We produce both purebred and hybrid seed stock.
EPD’S: The breed average for Non Parent EPD distribution is: CE 5.8 BW -0.3 WW 57.6 YW 104.3 MILK 22.8 TOTAL MATL 51.6 SC 0.9 MCE 5.3 HCW 21.7 REA 0.71 FAT 0.009 MARB 0.11 TSI 247.70. Additional EPD’s for sale bulls can be provided.on March 19, 2022.
WE ARE OFFERING THE NEW GENERATION OF OLD GENETICS. In 2013, we took a chance and bought twenty straws of Akaushi semen to A.I. Some of our Charolais heifers. To say I was a skeptic would be an understatement. Most promoters of any breed overstate all the great attributes their breed offers. For our experiment we used the same selection criteria that we used when starting our Charolais program in, 1993. Eye appeal, disposition, fescue tolerant, sound feet and legs. Akaushi checked all the boxes and then some; giving us more growth than expected.
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