Louisiana BBA Cowboy Classic Sale – Nov. 4, Lake Charles, La.

14 Bulls – $35,400 – Avg. $2,529
5 3n1s/Pairs – $18,300 – Avg. $3,660
4 Bred Cows – $9,900 – Avg. $2,475
3 Bred Heifers – $7,400 – Avg. $2,467
2 Pick/Open Heifers – $14,800
– Avg. $7,400
16 Open Heifers – $35,700 – Avg. $2,529

45 Lots – $123,775 – Avg. $2,751


Casey’s Crooked Bar C Beefmaster Sale
2 Bulls – $4,500 – Avg. $2,250
8 Pairs – $31,550 – Avg. $3,944
11 Bred Cows – $41,400 – Avg. $3,764
15 Bred Heifers – $43,350 – Avg. $2,890
6 Open Heifers – $16,850 – Avg. $2,808

42 Lots – $137,650 – Avg. $3,277

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 3–Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Philip Gangie, Kaplan, La.: $3,500
Lot 48–Consignor: Rod Beefmasters, El Campo, Texas; Sold to J. Glenn Hughes, Orange, Texas: $3,300
Lot 14–Consignor: Kendall & Vivian McKenzie, Angie, La.; Sold to Craig Hargrave, Abbeville, La.: $3,000

 

Top 3n1s:
Lot 32–Consignor: Fred & Mary Moran, Greensburg, La.; Sold to Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas: $5,200
Lot 7–Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Kirk Hammatt, Oakdale, La.: $4,500
Lot 13–Consignor: Kendall & Vivian McKenzie, Angie, La.; Sold to Benton Scott, Iota, La.: $2,600

 

Top Bred Heifers:
Lot 6–Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Spring Lake Ranch, Mauriceville, La.: $3,300
Lot 11–Consignor: Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.; Sold to Daniel E. Mallette, Deville, La.: $2,000

 

Top Bred Cows:
Lot 9–Consignor: Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.; Sold to Kirk Hammatt, Oakdale, La.: $2,900
Lot 8–Consignor: Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.; Jarett Daigle, Prairieville, La.: $2,800
Lot 35–Consignor: Richard Roundtree, China, Texas; Sold to Trent Simon, Duson, La.: $2,300

 

Top Open Heifers:
Lot 10–Consignor: Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.; Sold to Too Many Chiefs, Jennings, La.: $3,400
Lot 30–Consignor: Michael J. Ange, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Rhodes Ranch, Sulphur, La.: $3,200
Lot 5–Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Crooked Bar C, Harahan, La.: $2,600

 

Other High Selling Lots:
Lot 15–Bull; Consignor: Geary & Ann McKenzie, Franklinton, La.; Sold to Glen Hetzel, Jennings, La.: $3,200
Lot 16–3n1; Consignor: Geary & Ann McKenzie, Franklinton, La.; Sold to Spring Lake Ranch, Mauriceville, La.: $3,200
Lot 42–Bull; Consignor: Gaston Gerald, Baton Rouge, La.; Sold to Kali LaLande, Jennings, La.: $3,200

 

Casey’s Crooked Bar C Ranch High Selling Lots:
Lot 60–Pair; Sold to Windy Hills Beefmasters, Poplarville, Miss.: $7,000
Lot 55–Pair; Sold to Ray Helton, Meridianville, Ala.: $6,750
Lot 56–Bred Cow; Sold to Ray & Kathy Walther, Giddings, Texas: $6,000
Lot 54–Bred Cow; Sold to Troy Scott, Iota, La.: $5,000\
Lot 58–Bred Cow; Sold to Steven & Lyn Anderson, Amarillo, Texas: $4,750
Lot 53–Bred Cow; Sold to Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.: $4,250
Lot 84–Bred Heifer; Sold to Tilford Langlinais, Erath, La.: $4,250

 

Volume Buyers:
Too Many Chiefs, Jennings, La.
Rhodes Ranch, Sulphur, La.

Auctioneer, managed & reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

 

Sale Consultant:
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

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Carr & Others Fall Sale – Oct. 21, Floresville, Texas

2 Bulls – $11,500 – Avg. $5,750
11 3n1s – $70,800 – Avg $6,436
29 Bred Heifers – $163,500 – Avg. $5,638
21 Open Heifers – $81,750 – Avg. $3,893
1 Classic Cotton Semen – $1,980
64 Lots – $329,530 – Avg. $5,149

 

Top Lots:

Lot 48–3n1; Consignor: Billy & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to John Rediger, Pecos, Texas: $13,000
Lot 5–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Anacleto Longoria, Edinburg, Texas: $12,500
Lot 11–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Windy Hills Beefmasters, Poplarville, Miss.: $10,000
Lot 20–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Bill Botard, Alice, Texas: $9,500
Lot 50–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Billy & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to John Rediger, Pecos, Texas: $9,500
Lot 33–Open Hfr; Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $8,000
Lot 10–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Anacleto Longoria, Edinburg, Texas: $7,500
Lot 44–3n1; Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Mackie Bounds, Axtell, Texas: $7,000
Lot 52–3n1; Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Lakeway, Texas; Sold to Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas: $7,000

 

Volume Buyers:
Anacleto Longoria, Edinburg, Texas
Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas
George Damm, Hidalgo, Texas

Auctioneer, co-sale manager, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-sale managers:
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas
Mike Green, Franklin, Ga.

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Beefmaster Foundation Launches National Endowment Campaign

During Beefmaster Breeders United’s (BBU) recent convention in Galveston, Texas, national campaign co-chairs Mackie Bounds and Bob Siddons, announced the public launch of the “Foundation for the Future” endowment campaign, an initiative to secure a permanent financial base which will enable theBeefmaster Educational Endowment Foundation (B.E.E.F.) to aggressively accomplish research and education, which will help to both enhance the breed and provide credible scientific research and information for BBU members and the public on the benefits of the Beefmaster breed.

 

The phase one goal of the campaign was to secure $1 million in pledges, which may be paid over five years, at the time of the public launching of the campaign.

 

“We have now already made history with over $1 million having been committed at the launch of the campaign today and that the committee is now moving forward to the phase two goal of $2 million in 2018,” said co-chair Bob Siddons.

 

Co-chair Mackie Bounds informed the attendees that with a permanent endowment in place — the Foundation will fund educational and breed specific scientific research from the earnings from the endowments corpus leaving donated monies in perpetuity. He also announced that anyone donating to the campaign in 2017 will be recognized as a Foundation “Founding Member”.

 

All new foundation campaign donors and those who may have increased their respective pledges will be formally recognized each year at BBU’s convention and throughout the year. Furthermore, it should be noted that all donations to B.E.E.F. are fully tax-deductible as provided by law.

 

The following individuals were publicly recognized for their generous support of the “Foundation for the Future” and, in addition, were recognized as a “Founding Member” of the endowment campaign:

 

The Breeder’s Legacy Society

Foundation Governor – $100,000+

Mackie & Norma Jean Bounds

Bill & Dusty Carr

Tim & Debbie Chapman

Mike & Rhonda Collier

Dr. Jim & Pam Colvin

Clark Jones

Bob & Bonnie Siddons

 

Foundation Regent – $50,000+

Larry Meacham

Dalton & Kathy Skinner

 

Foundation Fellow – $25,000+

Anonymous

Farm & Ranch [Kito & Leti Saenz]

Dan & Karen Gattis

Heritage Cattle Company

Dr. Roger & Cindy Holden

ISA Beefmaster [Lorenzo Lasater & Family]

Sheldon & Margaret McManus

Tony & Karen Psencik

Rick Stonecipher

J.C. & Teri Thompson

Ray & Kathy Walther

 

Foundation Patron – $15,000+

Foundation Beefmasters – Dale & Alex Lasater

 

Foundation Guarantor – $10,000+

Andy & Kim Boudreau

Roger & Kaye Fuller

Gerald Galbraith

John & Sue Pierson

 

Foundation Benefactor – $5,000+

Steve & Lana Carpenter

Melaine Hardwick

Tom & Deidra Hood

Larry Lairmore

Dave Loftin

Anthony & Harriet Mihalski

John Rediger

Bruce & Annette Robbins

San Gabriel Beefmasters [Barry Parker]

Ray Walker

Robert & Carol Williams

3G Sales & Service

 

Foundation Sponsor – $1,000+

John & Barbara Evangelo

Gary Frenzel

Lawrence & Cynthia Lyssy

John & Heather Long

Kendall & Vivian McKenzie

Ronnie Teague

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Wittenburg Honored with Beefmaster Legends Award

Hans Wittenburg of Edna, Texas was presented the Legends Award by Nolan Ryan during the 57th Annual Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas. The Legends Award was started in 2002 by then BBU president Nolan Ryan and is awarded to members who have been raising Beefmaster cattle for 50 years or more. There have been eight previous Legends Award recipients prior to Hans Wittenburg.

 

Wittenburg grew up in Lockhart, Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University in 1950 with a bachelor’s degree in animal husbandry and was commissioned second lieutenant in the United States Army. As a young man fresh out of college, Hans married his wife Mary Ann on January 28, 1951, and went to work for Green Valley Cattle Co. in San Marcos, Texas. During this time, he saw his first Beefmaster cattle, and their performance at the feedlot made a memorable impression on him. After serving in the Army for two years, Wittenburg began working with his father-in-law at John Deere of Edna, Texas in 1955 and he went on to own the John Deere dealership until 1998. During this time he was named Jackson County’s Chamber of Commerce “Man of the Year” in 1967 and he became an active member of BBU in 1968 after purchasing his first Beefmasters at a sale in Alice, Texas.

 

As a Beefmaster breeder he has influenced and paved the way for advancements in the breed for almost fifty years. In 1976, Wittenburg served as the president of the Lone Star Beefmaster Breeders Association and went on to serve on the BBU board of directors for eight years, serving in all officer positions including president. In 1983, Wittenburg was selected as the BBU breeder of the year and also went on to serve a second term on the BBU board of directors. From 1968 until 2015, Wittenburg served as chairman or member of every BBU committee, including a decade of service to the breed improvement committee. In 2003, Wittenburg was inducted into the BBU Hall of Fame and throughout the years has been awarded Jackson County “Rancher of the Year” multiple times. Wittenburg has consigned a number of animals to various Beefmaster sales over the years, ultimately having the good fortune of winning grand champion numerous times at the sales and futurities.

 

Hans and Mary Ann have three sons Fritz, Randy (wife Joanie), and Joe Mack (wife Beverly) and Hans is the beloved “papa” to ten grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren, with two more on the way. Hans Wittenburg is truly a legend within the Beefmaster breed and a well-known man throughout the agriculture community.

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Oklahoma Cattleman Selected as Beefmaster Breeder of the Year

BOERNE, Texas – Tom and Deidra Hood, Hidden Hollow Beefmasters of Tahlequah, Okla., were announced as the 2017 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Breeder of the Year during the 57th Annual BBU Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas.

 

Tom and Deidra have been BBU members since 1984 and are active members of the Central States Beefmaster Breeders Association (CSBBA), Arkansas Beefmaster Breeders Association, Central Texas Beefmaster Breeders Association, Louisiana Beefmaster Breeders Association and the Ozark and Heart of America Beefmaster Marketing Group (OHOA). The Hoods played an important role in the success of both OHOA and CSBBA for more than a decade, serving as sale manager for their annual sales and serving in multiple leadership roles, including on the board of directors. Tom also served on the BBU board of directors from 2014 to 2016 and this dynamic duo has worked for over three decades marketing Beefmaster cattle throughout the United States.

 

The Hoods take pride in being whole herd reporting members and recording one-hundred percent of their calf crop with BBU for the past 20 years. They understand the importance of BBU classification and ranch visits, through both of these programs they have been able to improve their cattle herd and gain Typesetter status on several animals. The Hoods have implemented artificial insemination and embryo transfer into their breeding program. About eighty percent of their heifers are artificially inseminated for their first calf, while forty percent of their breeding females are inseminated with top performance bulls. They have collected ultrasound data on their entire calf crop since 2012 and have used this data for heifer and bull selection. All herd sires are selected for minimum intramuscular fat (IMF) and ribeye area (REA) values, ratios and expected progeny differences (EPDs). EPDs are front and center for their program, as well as DNA verification. All of these practices have ultimately led to extremely quick genetic progress for Hidden Hollow Beefmasters.

 

“Their main goal is to produce functional, quality bulls for the commercial cattleman,” said Wesley Hood, the son of Tom and Deidra. “They have used their position as sale managers to market thousands of Beefmasters to a vast array of commercial producers, advancing the breed in various areas. But more importantly, they have utmost integrity.”

 

The Hood Beefmaster operation is a complete family enterprise. Their son and daughter-in-law are active partners in the cattle and sales management business, while also operating their own veterinary clinic and Beefmaster herd. Tom and Deidra also have two granddaughters that are active in showing cattle through the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association. Overall, the goal of the Hood family is to continue Beefmaster genetic advancement and family ownership for many more years to come.

 

The BBU Breeder of the Year award was created to recognize the efforts and contributions made by members to promote BBU and Beefmaster cattle, while also evaluating the type, size and management practices of the member’s breeding program. The award requires that the breeder is an active BBU member in good standing, and has not received this award in the previous seven years.

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Kentucky Cattleman Selected as Beefmaster New Member of the Year

 

BOERNE, Texas – Brian and Becca Melloan, Channarock Farm of Rockfield, Ky., were announced as the 2017 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) New Member of the Year during the 57th Annual BBU Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas.

Brian and Becca, along with their son Garrett, are lifetime members of BBU and the Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Association (SEBBA). They participate in whole herd reporting and they DNA test all of their embryo donor cows. They also ultrasound and measure all animals on the farm, use artificial insemination and embryo transfer significantly, and they are proud supporters of the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association (JBBA). Brian is on the SEBBA Board of Directors, BBU International Committee, South 40 Committee, Chair of the SEBBA Executive Sale Committee, and the manager of the first SEBBA bull test.

 

“The Melloans are in this for the long haul and are making every effort to be successful,” said SEBBA Executive Secretary Ronnie Teague. “Brian loves the cattle. After taking over the operation, following the unexpected death of his father-in-law, he is beginning to make the operation their own.”

 

Brian has worked on multiple sale committees, where he promotes the sale and handles any problems that arise. Becca and Garrett are also very active in SEBBA; she helps with fundraising and auctions, while Garrett shows a Beefmaster animal at both JBBA and SEBBA events. The Melloans understand the importance of marketing their cattle. They advertise in The Beefmaster Pay WeightThe Beefmaster Cowman, and participate in SEBBA cooperative advertisements. They also recently started a new website to promote their cattle.

 

Brian and Becca are very hands on when trying to improve their cattle herd. They recently completed ultrasound training and purchased a machine, which will improve time management when ultrasound scanning their animals. They also understand the importance of helping others and recently sponsored a new breeder in their area, helping him get started in the Beefmaster business.

 

“The Melloans have impeccable integrity and honesty,” said Teague.

 

The BBU New Member of the Year award was created to recognize the efforts and contributions made by members to promote BBU and Beefmaster cattle. The new member must have been a BBU member for less than eight years or had an extensive ownership/management change for that membership number for less than eight years.

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Tennessee Cattleman, Beefmaster Performance Breeder of the Year

BOERNE, Texas – Clark Jones, Jones Beefmasters of Savannah, Tenn., was announced as the 2017 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Performance Breeder of the Year during the 57th Annual BBU Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas. The award was presented to ranch owner Clark Jones and ranch manager Justin Williams during the awards luncheon.

 

Performance, phenotype and functionality are the main goals of Jones’ breeding program. Jones has submitted over 4,000 records to BBU since 1992 and evaluates his cattle for birth weight, weaning weight, yearling weight, carcass merit, scrotal and cow productivity. Over the past 30 years Jones has striven to produce the best Beefmaster cattle he can, by utilizing new technology and proven methods. Jones and Williams record performance data on all heifers and use that information to select replacements from the group. Females with poor performance in growth, as well as carcass data, will be culled from the herd.

 

“Quality is a powerful thing. For a female to achieve embryo donor status she must be in the top of the breed for EPD traits, have good actual data and have a phenotype that is as close to perfect as possible,” said Jones.

 

Jones is also very strict on his evaluation of herd sires, AI sires and commercial bulls. Jones culls the bulls that do not meet certain criteria, without question. All bulls must have at least one inch ribeye per hundred pounds of body weight and a minimum of 2.0 IMF, as well as pass a breeding soundness exam by 14 months of age.

 

Jones actively and progressively collects DNA on every calf born on the ranch and submits the DNA to BBU, this helps increase the accuracy of their EPDs and is beneficial to the BBU database. In the future, Jones plans to implement more DNA technology into the operation and continue to use ultrasound technology to measure carcass quality in their cattle.

 

Jones is an active member of the Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Association (SEBBA) and consigns to the SEBBA, Live Oak Beefmaster Breeders Association and Texoma performance bull tests. He has also served in multiple capacities within BBU leadership, including president and serving on the board of directors.

 

The BBU Performance Breeder of the Year award was created to recognize members who are whole herd reporting breeders, collect performance and ultrasound data, as well as have superb management practices within their breeding program.

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Texas Cattleman Selected as Beefmaster Member of the Year

BOERNE, Texas – Trey and Mona Scherer of Brenham, Texas, were announced as the 2017 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Member of the Year during the 57thAnnual BBU Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas.

 

Trey has been a member of BBU since 1986 and has produced Beefmaster cattle for over 30 years. Trey and Mona work as a team to manage Collier Farms Beefmasters and they both serve on multiple BBU committees. Trey currently serves on the BBU Board of Directors and the Live Oak Beefmaster Breeders Association (LOBBA) Board of Directors. Trey is a member of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Texas Cattle Feeders Association, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and Matagorda County Cattleman’s Association. Scherer has also served on the board of the Washington County Cattleman’s group, which operates through Texas AgriLife to produce an annual Cow/Calf Clinic open to all of Central Texas.

 

Scherer has been extremely dedicated to the promotion and success of the Beefmaster breed. He has been instrumental in the creation and hosting of domestic tours, international tours and field days, as well as assisting the Texas Department of Agriculture and Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo with the production of educational events focused on Beefmaster cattle.

 

“Most Beefmaster breeders, whom Trey has encountered, will tell you that he goes out of his way to help consult issues, evaluate cattle and aide in the marketing of their cattle with no expectation of financial reward,” said LOBBA President, Melvin Scherer Jr. “He truly desires for other breeders to be successful with their operations because he believes that the long-term success of the breed as a whole, will lead to ample opportunity for his program to profit.”

 

Overall, Trey and Mona take pride in the legacy of honest dealings and strong character they have inherited from their family’s history in the Beefmaster breed. They plan to continue that heritage throughout their career and through their three sons: Raleigh, Caeden and Colt, who are members of the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association (JBBA).

 

The BBU Member of the Year award was created to recognize the efforts and contributions made by members to promote BBU and Beefmaster cattle. This award differs from the Breeder of the Year award in that it recognizes service to the breed and to the association, without regard to the type, size and management practice of the member’s breeding program.

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Texas Ranch Selected as Beefmaster Environmental Award Winner

Whitwell Ranches of Cotulla, Texas, was announced as the 2017 Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Environmental Award winner during the 57th Annual BBU Convention “Beefmasters on the Bay” in Galveston, Texas.

 

The ranch consists of 3,174 acres, which is made up of 17 pastures. Mike Whitwell and his family run 100 Beefmaster cows, which is one cow to every 31.74 acres. Being located in an area where it often forgets to rain, the Whitwells are stewards of the land and manage their wildlife and pastures in order to conserve the moisture they do receive. This award reminds Beefmaster breeders that they are not only cattle producers, but also conservationists.

 

“My family has always been stewards of the land. We have raised cattle for a living all my life, but we are really in the grass growing business,” said Whitwell. “That means you never eat it all the way to the ground, that you always leave a cover or turf for when the rain does come. It means constantly working on the removal of mesquite sprouts. It means cultivating the better brush.”

 

The Whitwell family moved to the ranch in 1965. The summer they got there, the owners had just root plowed and raked the land next to the Nueces River. Mike Whitwell is currently in the process of going back and restoring that river bottom country to the condition it was in1965. Whitwell sees the importance of leaving the land as it was when he first found it. He is currently root plowing, racking and reseeding the land and also spot treating the regrowth brush, as it is coming back in it.

 

The Whitwell ranch has managed their wildlife since 1985. John Ellisor works on the ranch and plays a crucial role in wildlife management. Before coming to the Whitwell Ranch in 1977, John was the head biologist at the Chaparral Wildlife Management Area. The Whitwell Ranch has conducted their own research on spike bucks’ influence on the genetics of their herd, as well as buck/doe ratios and land carrying capacities. They have a winter food plot that is used for deer and also do some summer disking to enhance some winter weed growth. The ranch also has a great quail population, which benefits their grazing program and stocking rates.

The BBU Environmental Conservation Award was created to recognize Beefmaster breeders who are stewards of the land and provides an opportunity for the Beefmaster breed to showcase the stewardship, conservation and business practices that work together on farms and ranches.
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President’s Council Sale – Oct. 28, Galveston, Texas

President’s Council Sale
Oct. 28 – Galveston, Texas

8 Bulls – $83,000 – Avg. $10,375
1 3n1 – $7,500
1 Pair – $20,000
6 Breds – $51,250 – Avg. $8,542
8 Opens – $38,050 – Avg. $4,756
5 Picks – $83,050 – Avg. $16,610
29 Lots – $282,850 – Avg. $9,754

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 5–Sire: New Dimension; Consignor: Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas; Sold to  Las Perlas Ranch, Mexico: $45,000
Lot 21–Sire: Painted Tiger; Consignor: Emmons Ranch, Fairfield, Texas; Sold to Xavier Pena, Edinburg, Texas: $8,000
Lot 13-Sire: Lyssy’s Pinnacle; Consignor: Lyssy Beefmasters, Stockdale, Texas; Sold to Double B farms, Lake Arthur, La.: $7,500

Top Females:
Lot 26–Pair; Calf sire: Fire and Smoke; Consignor: Steven and Lyn Anderson, Amarillo, Texas; Sold to Fred Moran, Greensburg, La.: $20,000
Lot 9a–Open; Sire: Sugar Britches; Consignor: Don Bailey, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Lyssy Beefmasters and H.E. Beefmasters, Stockdale, Texas: $19,000
Lot 2–Bred to L2 Bushwhacker; Consignor: L2 Beefmasters, Beeville, Texas; Sold to 7C Anderson Cattle Co. and Melvin Scherer, Victoria, Texas: $18,000
Lot 9b–Open; Sire: Sugar Britches; Consignor: Don Bailey, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Cottage Farms, Jackson, Tenn.: $16,000
Lot 6–Bred; Sire: Fusion; Consignor: Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas; Sold to K.W. Pritchett, Mongomery, Texas: $14,000
Lot 1–Open; Sire: L2 Captain Sugar; Consignor: L2 Beefmasters, Beeville, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $12,000
Lot 10b–Open; Sire: Sugar Britches; Consignor: Don Bailey, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas: $11,000

Volume Buyers:
Hernando Guerra, Mexico
Fred Moran, Greensburg, La.
Lyssy and H.E. Beefmasters, Stockdale, Texas

Auctioneer and Co-Sale Manager: Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-Sale Manager and reported by: 3G Sales and Service, Franklin, Ga.

Consultant: Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

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