Cottonwood Angus

Homestead established 1876

Angus Herd registered 1954

Cottonwood Angus Farm was homesteaded nearly 150 year ago, in 1867 to be precise, along the banks of the Flandreau Creek. The land boasts fresh, spring-fed creeks, rolling hills with abundant grass, and rich tillable soil. The operation's name originates from the cottonwood trees that run along the creek through the farm's property. Today, Cottonwood Angus Farms consists of 300 head of registered Angus cows run on approximately 1,500 acres of grass, with 2,500 acres of hay and cropland too.

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Each year Cottonwood Angus hosts a fall female sale and a spring bull sale. Check out our sales page for more details on the animals available in each offering!

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2021 Private Treaty Fall Female Sale

Due to catastrophic drought conditions in the western Great Plains, this year Cottonwood Angus has decided to offer up 60 bred heifers, 13 fall cow-calf pairs, and 30 mature cows for sale private treaty. Cattle are available for viewing at the farm near Pipestone, MN and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.