Cantrell Creek Angus

Cantrell Creek Angus Quality Registered Angus Bulls and Females for sale backed by Proven Genetics and EPD's! Cantrell Creek Angus offers registered bulls and females for sale.
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This farm is family owned and operated. We have an annual production sale. We are focused on quality genetics that can make an impact on the industry.

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2243 Cass Road
Niangua, MO
65713

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Cantrell Creek Angus is located in Webster County, Missouri. The farm is and has been family owned and operated since 1855, eight generations now. Bulls and females are available for sale off the farm and at select sales throughout the year. We brand all our cattle with our own freeze brand. An ultrasound scan is performed on every animal. All birth, weaning, and yearling weights are submitted so that all of our cattle have the most accurate EPDs we can provide.

Cantrell Creek Angus, the farm along Cantrell Creek in High Prairie township, Webster county, is currently owned and operated by Gary and Kim Cantrell along with their sons Travis and Trever and grandson Hunter (son of Travis). The farm is located within sections seven and eight of township thirty and range sixteen.

The story of Cantrell Creek Angus begins with Gabriel Cantrell, Gary’s great, great, great grandfather. Gabriel married Miss Nancy Smith in 1824 in McMinn county, Tennessee. To this union, fourteen children were born. Nancy (Smith) Cantrell is the daughter of Colonel Larkin and Mary Eleanor (Hill) Smith of King and Queen county, Virginia. Colonel Smith served in the Revolutionary War, was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1784-1803) and was appointed by President Thomas Jefferson as customs collector in 1807. Nancy was described by one of her youngest sons, Joseph, a twin, (Gary’s great, great grandfather) as a red- headed Irish girl.

After the untimely death of her husband (1849), Nancy Cantrell moved her family to Dade county, Missouri in 1853. Later, in 1855, the family relocated to Webster County in the High Prairie township along Cantrell Creek.


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