One of the newest members of our herd in 2018 out of a new AI sire 3F Epic 4631
Chase in his snowman suit with what he calls the “alpha” coyote.
In 2017 we had our Ladies of Fall sale were we sold 200 bred and open cows/heifers.
Chase’s past time on the weekends involves lowering the population of coyotes in Hutchinson county.
Charles and LeAndra enjoying SDSU football in Club 71. GO JACKS!
Ty played running back and linebacker for Scotland Highlander Football.
Mogck and Sons Angus ranch in 2012. We had record amount of rain in the spring of this year.
Christy showing at the NJAS in Indianapolis. Her heifer is MOGCK Nicky 1473 out of Connealy Final Solution.
Curious newly weaned heifer calves.
The newest member of the Mogck & Sons herd.
The brome grass in 2013 grew like crazy. It was hard to find our yearling heifers in their pasture.
One of the first calves in 2015 to a first calf heifer.
Sale Day 2017! The large pens is where we organize our sale lots according to sire group.
The yearling heifers were rushing to the gate to move to a new summer pasture.
Mogck cows lined up grazing the hillside.
Christy helping move new calves around.
The Iowa State Beef Club tour. The group was able to view the herd as well as see CIDRs being placed into cows for breeding.
The view from behind the auctioneer block on sale day!
Christy and Chase with their Bred and Owned Cow and Calf pair at NJAS. They placed third in the class with Mogck Nicky 1473 and her bull calf out of Musgrave Big Sky.
The ABS Global Tour stopped at our farm. They enjoyed viewing the cattle as well as checking out the sod house in one of our pastures.
Chase with his biggest fans at the Hutchinson County Achievement Days. He also took home Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Breeding Heifer.
Moving over 250 pairs out of summer pasture was quite the site.
Scenic sunset over the heifer pen.
A new pair enjoying the morning sun.
A scenic picture of an old windmill in our pasture.
Our dog Sox has been a great cattle driver for 10 years now!
Charles got back in the saddle for the Scotland Rodeo Day Trail Ride.
Checking cows is one of our favorite past times at Mogck & Sons Angus.
Daryl Thomas, our herd nutritionist from J&R Feeds, checking on the bunks.
Moving the pairs to a corral for summer pregnancy checks.
The family enjoy some Highlander Football Playoffs.
Chase carrying the ball for Highlanders.
Ty showing his breeding heifer in the NJAS in Kansas City.
Mogck Bullseye out on pasture at Hoover Angus.
We have recently constructed a new sale barn. We now host our video sale in a heated barn in February.
Quentin Johnson is our herdsmen at Mogck & Sons. We appreciate all the hard work he puts into our ranch. Pictured with him is his wife Jenny and Brock.
GO Scotland! Both Chase (#22) and Ty (#9) at the season opener in Scotland.
Even though it’s a rare occasion, somedays the Mogck kids like each other
Sunset over the heifers.
Christy and her roommate Krissy showing their goats in the 93rd Little International at SDSU.
Got Milk? Our females pack on the pounds at weaning with exceptional maternal EPDs.
A new construction at Mogck & Sons to provide a high-quality diet for our bulls and cows.
Christy with her new horse Cat and her actual cat Simba.
Chase with his turkey he shot in 2016.
Bullseye son in our 2018 sale waiting at the gate for customers.
Photo from our 2018 bull sale.
Chase and Christy got the opportunity to help one of Mogck & Sons customers brand calves.
Calves and Charles trying to stay warm in the hut.
New water lines were added to several pastures to provide better quality water.
View of the bull lots.