SALE reports

Sale Reports
Jan 23, 2009
by WLJ
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SALE reports

MILE HIGH RED ANGUS
CLASSIC - NWSS
Jan. 12, Denver, CO
8 Bulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,013
21 Open females . . . . . . . . . 2,726
1 Bred females. . . . . . . . . . . 4,800
13 Embryos . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,950
1 Pregnancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,500
3 Flushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,333
6 Semen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,575
Auctioneer: Kyle Gilchrist
Sale Management:
Kyle Gilchrist

TOPS: Lot 44 BHF Premier;
Breeze Hill Farm, Bedford, IN, to BHF
Premier Syndicate, $14,750. Lot 1A
Flush from the NWSS Grand; 5L Red
Angus, to Champion Female Buyer,
Griffin Red Angus, New Hampton, IA,
$8,000. Lot 46 Red Brylor A LC
Strong; Walnut Springs Farm, Hopkins,
MI, to Damar Farms, Strum, WI,
$6,250. Lot 22 NSFR Victoria U11;
Nordlund Stock Farm, Clear Brook,
MN, to Blake Robinson, Fairfield, TX,
$4,900. Lot 4 PIE Candy Kate 2030;
Pieper Red Angus, Hay Springs, NE,
to Tony Schuler, Granite Falls, MN,
$4,800. Lot 49 LMG Gills Vin Diesel
7611; Gill Red Angus, (2 shares)
Timberlake, SD, to Brent Thompson,
Rich Waller, $5,700. Lot 14 SLGN
Unnatural 876U; Solution Genetics,
Cushing, IA, to R.A. Brown Ranch,
Throckmorton, TX, $4,250. Lot 18
TWG BH MS Hope S34U; Thomas
and Rachel Glascock, Pilot Point, TX,
Jerry Jeffries, Checotah, OK, $3,900.
Lot 28 TORA Riley 8001; Two Oaks
Red Angus, Dunlap, IA, to Pete Richardson,
Moville, IA, $3,800. — WLJ


TURNER BRANGUS RANCH
Jan. 10, Fallon, NV
70 Bulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,525
Auctioneer: Bill Lefty
This sale was the final chapter in one of the West’s
most renownedBrangus herds as Tom and Kathi
Turner sold their final crop of bulls. Last
year, the ranch and cow herd was sold and they
moved to Winnemucca, NV, to retire

and enjoy some leisure activities.
Over the years, this herd has supplied
bulls to many of the country’s top
commercial herds as well as some
registered herds. Just last year, Turner
Brangus Ranch was honored by
the International Brangus Breeders
Association with their Pioneer Award,
an award only given to two other
herds. Tom and Kathi Turner can take
great pride and satisfaction in knowing
that they and their cattle had a
profound effect on the cattle industry.
The high selling bull was TR Turner’s
Blackhawk 27/7 and he sold to Richard
Allegre, Fallon, NV, for $2,000.
Cattle sold into Oregon, Nevada,
California and Idaho, with volume
buyers of Steve Scribner-Simplot and
Dick Meacham, ZX Ranch. — JERRY
YORK


NATIONAL LOWLINE
SALE - NWSS
Jan. 13, Denver, CO
11 Bred full-blood heifers. $6,986
2 Full-blood cow/calf pairs. 6,525
2 Flushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,750
1 Pregnancy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,800
4 Fall full-blood heifers. . . . 3,550
15 Spring full-blood
heifer calves. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,667
24 Percentage females . . . . 1,584
5 Full-blood bulls. . . . . . . . . 3,650
2 Percentage bulls. . . . . . . . 1,750
Auctioneers:
John Reeds and Neil Effertz
Again, the National Lowline
sale drew much interest
from across the country.
Some 24 breeders from
nine states and Canada
presented a strong set of

seedstock. Demand was strong, particularly
on the full-bloods, with very
competitive bidding resulting in another
very successful sale.

TOPS:
MCR Everlasting, 4/11/07, full-blood
bred heifer, sired by Trungley Tigers
Eye, bred to Wanamara Findon;
Muddy Creek Ranch, Wilsall, MT, to
Darrell Gotas, Albert, Canada,
$13,250. Alta Amber BIL 65T, 5/26/07,
full-blood bred heifer, sired by Alta

Thunder BIL 9N, bred to Ardrossan
Jambaroo; Big Island Lowlines, Alberta,
Canada, to Muddy Creek
Ranch, $10,000. MCR April Foals,
4/1/08, open full-blood heifer, sired by
MCR Standing Bear; Muddy Creek
Ranch, to Winner Maker Farm, Kiowa,
CO, $10,000. Bar J Geri 2M48-
6S92, 10/23/06, full-blood cow, sired
by Brambletye Tequila T245, bred to
Bear Lad; Effertz EZ Ranch, Bismark,
ND, to Fern Wood Farm, Lanse, PA,
$9,000. — JIM GIES

ANGUS BULL SALE - NWSS
Jan. 15, Denver, CO
27 Bulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,159
Auctioneer: Eddie Sims
Annually one of the strong sales
in Denver, in terms of activity, interest
and breeder participation. A top set
of herd bull prospects in phenotype,
pedigree and performance. Consignees
by some of the country’s top
breeding programs, these bulls found
competitive bidding from buyers,
registered and commercial alike. The
sale led off with the 2009 Angus
Foundation donation heifer offered
by Limestone LLC, Stillwater, OK.
Limestone Rita T754, 8/20/07,
daughter of BC 7022 Raven 79065,
sold to Canyon Creek Angus, Cody,
WY, for $92,500. TOP: Werner War
Aprty 2417, 9/1/07, son of Connealy
Onward; Werner Angus, Cordova, IL,
to 44 Ankony Farms, Cameron, TX,
and Kimichi Link Ranch, Tulsa, OK,
2/3 interest and possession, $75,000.
OSU Orion, 12/3/07, son of BC 7022
Raven 7965; Oklahoma State University,
Stillwater, OK, to Pollard
Farms LLC, Waukomis, OK, 2/3 interest
and possession, $20,000. Riverbend
Right Now, 1/15/07, son of
Leachman Right Time; Riverbend

Ranch, Idaho Falls, ID, to Steve Oldroyd,
Vernal, UT, 2/3 interest and
possession, $15,000. EXAR Maximus
6687, 7/2/07, son of EXAR
Lutton 1831; Express Ranches, Yukon,
OK, to MCS Cattle Co., Elgin,
OK, 1/2 interest and possession,
$13,000. Frey’s KJF Hustler M3-
5-R61, 3/17/06, son of BC Marathon
7022; Wilson Cattle Co., Cloverdale,
IN, to Whitestone Krebs, Gordon, NE,
2/3 interest and possession, $10,000.
JIM GIES

CATTLEMANS’S CHOICE
BULL SALE - NWSS
Jan. 17, Denver, CO
64 Bulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,449
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran
Cattleman from across the U.S.
consigned a top set of bulls. Whether
it was herd sire prospects, club calf
sires, or commercial bulls, they could
be found in this offering. As usual, a
large active crowd filled the Livestock
Auction Arena during the National
Western Stock Show in Denver, with
a good distribution.

TOPS: BPF Rock On 53U, 3/5/08, black polled purebred
son of CMAC Hard Core; Bushy
Park Farm Cattle Co. LLC, Highlands,
MD, to Bill Hardostle, Goldsby,
OK, $12,500. K & A Unitus 30U,
4/7/08, black polled purebred son of
K & A Travel Agent 39R; K & A Farm,
Blacksburg, IA, to Braun Show Cattle,
Northwood, IA, $12,500. GEF Storm
Trooper, 2/18/08, black polled 3/4 son
of BF Lifeline 258J; Geffert Cattle
Co., La Valle, WI, to Bill Willers,
Norfolk, NE, $10,500. STLR Rip Cord
738U, 3/10/08, polled black PB son
of BFW Mitten Man Q35P; AC Cattle
Co., Hoskins, NE, to Smith Farms,
Darlington, IN, $7,000. — JIM GIES


REDLAND ANGUS ANNUAL
SPRING BULL SALE
Jan. 17, Buffalo, WY
92 Yearling bulls. . . . . . . . . $3,595
Auctioneer: Joe Goggins
Sale Management:
Marcy Livestock Services
Kendrick and Sharon Redland,
Manderson, WY, held their annual
Range Calved-Range Raised bull sale

at Buffalo again this spring. These
consistent, thick, moderate framed,
easy calving bulls drew strong, steady
demand throughout the day with many
going to longtime, repeat buyers. This
no-nonsense program is designed
and selected to do it all on their own
and on the range. The bulls sold to a
number of states.

TOPS: Redland ML
398, 3/25/08, by OCC Missing Link
830M; to Merle Clark, WY, $6,000.
Redland Moderator 838, 2/3/08, by
OCC Moderator 825M; to 43 Ranch,
WY, $5,500. Redland Emblazon 378,
2/25/08, by OCC Emblazon 854E, to
Otter Creek Ranch, WY, $5,250. Redland
Emblazon 358, 3/9/08, by OCC
Emblazon 854E; to Doug Kissack,
WY, $5,250. Seven bulls sold for
$5,000 each. — JERRY GLIKO

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