cattleman. High Growth, High Pounds, Proven Earl Marshall Angus Genetics.
FORWARD SINCE 1951
the Delia's and Eraline's. During this time the industry was selecting forsmall framed cattle which Clinton hated because they didn't
grow and gain in the feed lot. Instead of going along with the trends of the industry the O'Neills set out to breed
cattle that would make money for the commercial cattleman.