Larry and Peggy Aschermann operate Aschermann Charolais in Southwest Missouri near Carthage and east of Joplin. Their roots have always been in the cattle industry and have bred and raised purebred Charolais cattle since 1993. Starting in 2000, they added Angus to part of the herd to create their composite CH+ cattle.

Their goals are simple, to produce Charolais based seed stock that are easy calving, fast growing, highly maternal and produce a premium grade carcass. Because top quality and yield grade is important in every seed stock program, they have used almost exclusively pedigrees with proven carcass results.

Commercial Bull Production, in volume, is their main business. They have years of proven customer satisfaction. Aschermann Charolais bulls are known for their good dispositions, sound feet and legs, easy calving, and fast growing calves. They produce both purebred and hybrid seed stock.

As long as buyers want to see what they are buying, eye appeal is very important. They have proven that performance and carcass cattle can look good too. Just because they are from the Ozarks does not mean they can’t produce some of the best Charolais in America. Showing cattle on a local and national level, and winning, is a way to verify they have superior cattle.

Embryo transfer and artificial insemination play a major role in their day to day production. Their recipient herd is comprised of Angus combined with their elite Charolais genetics. They used mostly proven sons of Traveler 6807 and New Design 036 for the Angus input.

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