Isa Beefmasters Sale – Oct. 7, San Angelo, Texas

Isa Beefmasters Sale
Oct. 7 – San Angelo, Texas

140 Bulls – Avg. $4,821

Isa Beefmasters LLC’s 56th Beefmaster bull sale was held Oct. 7
in San Angelo, Texas.Forty-six buyers from eight states and Mexico took home 140 Beefmaster bulls at an average of $4,821. 

The high-selling bull, L Bar 6209, sold to Dwight Bertrand and Danny Fuller of Louisiana for $12,000. This young herd sire prospect is the son of Lasater 1759 and was one of the overall top performers in the offering.

Volume buyers included: Lykes Brothers, Florida – 17; A. Duda and Sons, Florida – 11; Alamo Ranch, New Mexico – 10; Jeff Cole, Louisiana – 9. Other volume buyers included Goff Ranch – Arizona, Rio Ranch – Florida and Estill Ranches – California.

Isa Beefmasters also sold 21 top registered pairs, bred females and open heifers averaging $2,567. Thanks to female buyers James Sanderson – Texas, Michael Deville – Louisiana, Judy Niell – Texas, Keith Price – Louisiana and John Hale – Texas.

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HUNT OR HAT? HOT! HOT! HOT! Convention Auction Items

HUNT OR HAT? At the 2017 BBU Convention a Custom Handmade 100X Pure Beaver Felt Hat will be auctioned off during the President Reception, Dinner & Dance on Friday, October 28th. A Trophy White Tailed Deer Hunt will be auctioned off during the President’s Council Sale on Saturday, October 28th.

 
Donated by Catalena Hatters in Bryan, Texas
This is a sample of a Custom Handmade 100X Pure Beaver Felt Hat with a retail value of $800. The purchaser of this auction item will order a custom hat in whatever color/style they want when the redeem the Catalena Hatters gift certificate.
 

 

 
Donated by Gerald Galbraith – the hunt is at the Galbraith Ranch located in the limestone hills 25 miles Southwest of Abilene, Texas. One buck, one doe, turkeys, and unlimited hogs can also be taken. Lodging, meals, and dinner for two at the famous Perini Ranch Steakhouse in Buffalo Gap, Texas is also included. The ranch is part of the Texas MLD Program and the harvest rules of taking 4 ½ year old bucks with minimum inside antler spread of 13 inches or more are followed. Stands allow two hunters at a time. Call 325-829-3883 for additional information.
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Field Day Hosts Over 300 Cattlemen

Field Day Hosts Over 300 Cattlemen

Dr. Roger Holden, owner of Cedar Springs Beefmasters in Conway, Mo., hosted over 300 people on September 23rd for a Beefmaster Field Day. Young folks from three FFA chapters and many commercial cattle breeders were in attendance.

Speakers included Randy Wiedmeier, Livestock Specialist and CPD of the Ozark County Extension Service talking about grazing endophyte infected Fescue, Lance Bauer of BBU discussing the heterosis advantages of Beefmasters, and Sargent William Jones of the Green County Rural Crimes Division with ways to guard against theft.

Farm raised Beefmaster beef was served for lunch. Ultrasound demonstrations by David Aborn followed lunch. The program concluded with drawings for a pick of heifers given to a student in attendance and a pick of bulls to a commercial breeder. Many folks stayed after the program to tour the ranch and look at the squeeze chutes, trailers, panels, and other farm related items on display by one of the nine businesses that helped sponsor the event. Hats off to Dr. Holden for organizing and hosting such an outstanding event.

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Beefmaster Excels In USDA Feed Efficiency Evaluation

August 7, 2017

BOERNE, Texas – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) conducted a feed efficiency evaluation at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center (USMARC) in Clay Center, Neb., on 18 beef cattle breeds. The feed efficiency test results ranked the Beefmaster breed second for Average Daily Gain (ADG) and Dry Matter Intake (DMI) in both steers and heifers.

The USMARC study evaluated a group of 5,606 head of cattle and the group was composed of both finishing steers and growing replacement heifers. The study collected data for DMI, ADG and Post Weaning Gain (PWG). DMI and ADG data was recorded over 62 to 148 day periods for both steers and heifers. PWG was calculated by dividing gain from weaning to yearling weights by the number of days between the weights. Individual animal feed intake data was measured daily, as a key component of the evaluation. All animals used were from the USMARC germplasm evaluation project.

Using the Angus breed as a base of zero (0), the other 17 breeds were compared back to Angus as a baseline for both steers and heifers, and then were evaluated for efficiency using ADG and PWG during feed intake data collection. Beefmasters ranked second for ADG in both steers and heifers, thus proving that Beefmaster cattle excel in feed efficiency. The impact of feed efficiency on cattle feeders is significant and identifying genetics that gain more, while eating less feed is a recipe for profitability.

“Beefmasters are gaining attention as the beef industry begins to seek out efficiency genetics to bridge the gap to optimal, cost effective production practices,” says Beefmaster Breeders United Executive Vice President Bill Pendergrass. “Beefmasters have been long regarded as a versatile maternal breed, but this feed efficiency study points out that Beefmasters bring significant value drivers to the cattle feeder as well.”

View the entire study here USMARC Feed Efficiency Trial 2017

For more information about Beefmaster Breeders United please contact the BBU office at 210-732-3132 or visit www.beefmasters.org. Stay connected to BBU through Facebook, follow us on Instagram, view our videos on YouTube, follow us on Twitter and Pinterest, as well as receive our news updates through joining our mailing list.

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Beefmaster Breeders United (www.beefmasters.org), located in Boerne, Texas, is a not-for-profit breed registration organization that provides programs and services for its members. Beefmaster, Beefmaster Advancer and E6 cattle are selected on the “Six Essentials” of disposition, fertility, weight, conformation, milk production and hardiness.

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Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Assn. Convention Sale – Aug. 26, Tunica, Miss.

Southeastern BBA Convention Sale
Aug. 26 – Tunica, Miss.

2 Bulls – $5,900 – Avg. $2,950
11 3n1’s – $38,800 – Avg. $3,528
9 Pairs – $19,900 – Avg. $2,211
11 Bred – $27,300 – Avg. $2,482
9 Open – $15,300 – Avg. $1,700
1 Pick – $8,700
1 Semen – $14,000?
2 Embryo lots – $8,300 – Avg. $4,150
46 lots – $138,200 – Avg. $3,004

 

Top Bull:
Lot 5–Sire: Bullseye; Consignor: , Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Gery Maneth, Yoakum, Texas: $4,500

 

Top Females:
Lot 34–Bred to CHRK Generator; Consignor: Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.; Sold to Windy Hills, Poplarville, Miss.: $6,200
Lot 37a–3n1; Calf sire: Momentum; Consignor: Kruse Farms, Loganville, Wisc.; Sold to Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.: $5,500
Lot 36–3n1; Calf sire: Ace of Spades; Consignor: Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.; Sold to Jeff Garner, Blue Ridge, Texas: $5,000
Lot 47–Bred to Master Link; Consignor: Ronnie Teague, Ramer, Tenn.; Sold to Bobbie Wall, Heflin, La.: $4,200
Lot 51–3n1; Calf sire: RW 407; Consignor: Ken Dougan, Tignall, Ga.; Sold to Shannon Doyle, Strawberry, Ark.: $4,100

 

Other Top Lot:
Lot 53–McAlester semen; Consignor: Next Gen, Paxico, Kan.; 140 units at $100 each sold for $14,000

 

Volume Buyers:
Shannon Doyle, Strawberry, Ark.
RM Ranch, Poplarville, Miss.
Bobbie Wall, Heflin, La.

 

Auctioneer:
Gerald Bowie, West Point, Ga.

 

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

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Live Oak Beefmaster Breeders Assn. Spring Sale – April 29, Three Rivers, Texas

Live Oak BBA Spring Sale BBA
April 29 – Three Rivers, Texas

10 Bulls – $29,500 – Avg. $2,950
6 3n1s – $36,200 – Avg. $6,033
3 Pairs –$9,600 – Avg. $3,200

23 Bred Heifers – $91,050 – Avg. $3,959
25 Open Heifers – $68,450 – Avg. $2,738
67 Lots – $234,800 – Avg. $3,504

Top Bull:

Lot 66–Consignor: Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Ralph & Terry Boehnke, Seguin, Texas: $3,750
Lot 21–Consignor: Hector Villasenor, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Oscar Saenz, Santa Elena, Texas: $3,250
Lot 61–Consignor: Golden Meadows Ranch, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Edward Wicker, Beeville, Texas: $2,700

Top 3n1s:

Lot 12–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Austin, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $13,000
Lot 11–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Austin, Texas; Sold to KW & Amy Pritchett, Montgomery, Texas: $10,500
Lot 1–Consignor: Hugh T. Chapman, Rockport, Texas; Sold to Loretta Kocurek, Yoakum, Texas: $4,000
Lot 6–Consignor: Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas; Sold to The Valentine Ranch, Edinburg, Texas: $3,500

Top Pairs:

Lot 52–Consignor: Six Cantu’s Beefmasters, Rio Grande City, Texas; Sold to Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas: $3,600

Lot 41–Consignor: Laredo L3 Beefmasters, Freer, Texas; Sold to Jennifer Halepeska, Goliad, Texas: $3,600

Top Bred Heifers:

Lot 60–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Zarate Beefmasters, Rio Grande City, Texas: $7,200
Lot 30–Consignor: Tyler Gwosdz, Orange Grove, Texas; Sold to Jason Vojacek, Cove, Texas: $7,000
Lot 59–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Jason Vojacek, Cove, Texas: $5,600
Lot 8B–Consignor: Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Joe B. Poses, Corpus Christi, Texas: $4,500
Lot 69–Consignor: Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Bob & Karol Arnold, Mathis, Texas: $4,000
Lot 25–Consignor: Christie & Gerald Galbraith, Abilene, Texas; Sold to John Rediger, Pecos, Texas: $3,800
Lot 8C–Consignor: Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Sam Bernal, Rockport, Texas: $3,400
Lot 7C–Consignor: Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Sam Bernal, Rockport, Texas: $3,000

Top Open Heifers:

Lot 50–Consignor: Daniel A. Dominguez, Kingsville, Texas; Sold to Zarate Beefmasters, Rio Grande City, Texas: $3,800
Lot 23A–Consignor: William & Peggy Skoruppa, George West, Texas; Sold to Rafael Garcia, Laredo, Texas: $2,500
Lot 22A–Consignor: William & Peggy Skoruppa, George West, Texas; Sold to Christie & Gerald Galbraith, Abilene, Texas: $2,300
Lot 33A–Consignor: BJ, Yvonne & Robert Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Sam Bernal, Rockport, Texas: $2,100

Volume Buyers:

Sam Bernal, Rockport, Texas
Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas
Jason Vojacek, Cove, Texas

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

 

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Clark Jones & Cottage Farms Southern Tradition XVII Sale – June 24, Savannah, Tenn.

Clark Jones & Cottage Farm Southern Tradition XVII Sale
June 24 – Savannah, Tenn.
15 Bulls – $114,000 – Avg. $7,600
9 Pairs – $75,000 – Avg. $8,333
9 Bred Heifers – $84,500 – Avg. $9,389
31 Open Heifers – $324,000 – Avg. $10,452
3 Semen – $37,775 – Avg. $12,592
1 Frozen Embryo – $11,000
68 Total Lots – $646,275 – Avg. $9,504

Top Bulls:

Lot 64–Sire: Cf Sugar Britches; Consignor: Cottage Farms; Sold to Hernando Guerra, Mexico: $22,000

Lot 3–Sire: Cf Adrenaline; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Johnny Owens, Oregon: $14,000

Lot 70–Sire: Cf Dr. Love; Consignor: Cottage Farms; Sold to Hector Guerra, Mexico: $11,000

Lot 69–Sire: Cf Dr. Love; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Hector Guerra, Mexico: $10,000

Lot 66–Sire: Cf Sugar Britches; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Hernando Guerra, Mexico: $10,000

Top Bred Heifers:

Lot 40–Sire: Cf Sugar Bear; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Cissna Ranch, Texas: $20,000

Lot 10–Sire: CJ’s Medicine Man; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $13,000

Lot 12–Sire: L2 Infinity; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Kacer Farms Inc., Kentucky: $12,000

Lot 43–Sire: Cf Sugar Poppa; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Jim Colvin, Texas: $12,000

Top Pairs:

Lot 5–Heifer calf sire: Cf Dr. Love; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to HE Beefmasters, Texas: $16,500

Lot 38–Heifer calf sire: Cf Masterpiece; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Will Phillips, D&D, Amanda Qualls, Alabama: $12,000

Top Open Heifers:

Lot 18C–Sire: CF Adrenaline; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to NextGen Cattle Co., Kansas: $19,000

Lot 25–Sire: CF Masterpiece; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Cottage Farm, Tennessee: $18,000

Lot 16B–Sire: EMS Ring of Fire; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $16,000

Lot 24–Sire: EMS Ring of Fire; Consignor: Williams L&C; Sold to NextGen Cattle Co., Kansas: $16,000

Lot 51–Sire: L2 Infinity; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to White Oak, South Carolina: $16,000

Lot 49–Sire: CF Masterpiece; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $15,000

Lot 56–Sire: CF Masterpiece; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $15,000

Lot 54–Sire: CF Dr. Love; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $13,000

Lot 50–Sire: CF Masterpiece; Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to J&T Farm, Tennessee: $12,000

Lot 21–Sire: EMS Ring of Fire; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to C&M Ranch, North Carolina: $12,000

Lot 20–Sire: EMS Ring of Fire; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to NextGen Cattle Co., Kansas: $11,000

Lot 18A–Sire: CF Dream Catcher; Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to J&T Farm, Tennessee: $10,000

Other Top Lots:

Lot 32B–Semen (CF Masterpiece); Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold for $22,750

Lot 33A–Frozen Embryo (CF Masterpiece X CF 587); Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Sierra’s Love, Alabama: $500 each

Volume Buyers:

NextGen, Kansas

Roadhouse Ranch, Texas

Hector Guerra, Mexico

C&M Ranch, North Carolina

Hernando Guerra, Mexico

JA Beefmasters, Mexico

J&T Farm, Tennessee

Will Phillips, Alabama

4B Ranch, Louisiana

Cissna Ranch, Texas

Jim Colvin, Texas

Kacer Farms, Kentucky

Auctioneer:

Gerald Bowie, Georgia

Consultants:

3G Sales & SErvice, Georgia

Anthony Mihalski, Texas

Managed & reported by:

Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, Texas

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Central States BBA Heart of Central States Sale – May 13, Locust Grove, Okla.

Central States BBA 
Heart of Central States Sale
May 13 – Locust Grove, Okla.

26 Bulls – $87,850 – Avg. $3,378

26 Pairs – $74,650 – Avg. $2,871
15 Bred Heifers – $36,750 – Avg. $2,450
44 Open Heifers – $114,900 – Avg. $2,612
112 Lots – $315, 950 – Avg. $2,821

Top Bull:

Lot 46–Sire: EMS Easy Rider; Consignor: Emmons Ranch; Sold to Roger Holden, Springfield, Mo.: $16,500

Lot 78–Sire: WPR Rydin Easy; Consignor: Wallen Prairie Ranch; Sold to Derek Thompson, Siver Lake, Kan.: $9,000

Lot 25–Sire: CF Sugar Britches; Consignor: Joe & Joe Bayne Kreger; Sold to Burnis Fisher, Konowa, Okla.: $6,000

Lot 76–Sire: Cribcreek 4-28; Consignor: Diwayne Collins; Sold to Roger Holden, Springfield, Mo.: $5,000

Top Pairs:

Lot 108–Heifer calf sire: Headings JH 411; Consignor: Wes & Carlinda Hood; Sold to Ryleigh Anderson, Bokcito, Okla.: $4,700

Lot 109–Heifer calf sire: Schneider 0481; Consignor: Wes & Carlinda Hood; Sold to Jerad Gentry, Houston, Ark.: $3,900

Lot 117–Heifer calf sire: Equalizer; Consignor: Tom & Deidra Hood; Sold to Kyle Kropf, Otterville, Mo.: $3,100

Lot 86–Heifer calf sire: Buster 934; Consignor: Roy Ratliff; Sold to Ronnie Teague, Ramer, Tenn.: $3,100

Top Bred Heifers:

Lot 44–Sire: WPR’s Capone; Consignor: Jerad & Brandi Gentry; Sold to Brad Linstrom, Silver Lake, Kan.: $4,100

Lot 43–Sire: WPR’s Capone; Consignor: Jerad & Brandi Gentry; Sold to Brad Linstrom, Silver Lake, Kan.: $3,500

Lot 39–Sire: Buster 256; Consignor: Wes Hilliard; Sold to Marcus Sizemore, Barnsdall, Okla.: $2,500

Lot 100–Sire: Cain 903Y; Consignor: James & Mary Ann Skelton; Sold to Cain Cattle Co., Gulfport, Miss.: $2,400

Top Open Heifers:

Lot 113–Sire: Double L; Consignor: Tom & Deidra Hood; Sold to Mackie Bounds, Axtell, Texas: $10,500

Lot 110–Sire: Schneider 0481; Consignor: Wes & Carlinda Hood; Sold to Cain Cattle Co., Gulfport, Miss., and NexGen, Silver Lake, Kan.: $9,600

Lot 93–Sire: Whiskey River 226; Consignor: Ty Agee; Sold to John Gillespie, The Woodlands, Texas: $6,500

Lot 53–Sire: YR’s Total Impact; Consignor Craig Johnson; Sold to Mike Collier, Brenham, Texas: $5,000

Volume Buyers:

Roger Holden, Springfield, Mo.

NextGen, Silver Lake, Kan.

Brent McSpadden, Big Cabin, Okla.

Brad Smith, Claremore, Okla.

Auctioneer:

Jesse Bolin, Walnut Grove, Mo.

Sale Managed & Reported by:

Hood Cattle Service, Tahlequah, Okla.

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Sweet Home Alabama Sale – May 27, Cullman, Ala.

Sweet Home Alabama Sale
May 27 – Cullman, Ala.

2 Bulls – $6,500 – Avg. $3,250

7 3n1s – $35,050 – Avg. $5,007
18 Pairs – $57,375 – Avg. $3,189
23 Breds – $69,900 – Avg. $3,039
27 Opens – $51,500 – Avg. $1,907
1 Pick – $3,250
1 Semen & Embryo lot –$2,925
79 Lots – $226,500 – Avg. $2,867

Top Bulls:

Lot 83–Sire: Sugar Bear; Consignor: Windy Hills, Poplarville, Miss.; Sold to Tony Psencik, San Antonio, Texas: $5,000

Top Females:

Lot 32a–Bred Donor; Sire: Sugar Britches; Consignor: Steve Dodds and Don Bailey, Lexington, Tenn.;  Sold to Slash Creek, Jeffersonville, Ga.: $1,500

Lot 33–Pair; Calf sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Steve Dodds, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Randy Mason, Brownstown, Ill.: $9,500

Lot 36–Bred Donor; Sire: Infinity; Consignor: Steve Dodds & Painted Springs, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Steven Anderson, Amarillo, Texas: $7,500

Lot 29–3n1; Calf sire: Sugar Britches; Consignor: Steve Dodds, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Jerry Lingo, El Reno, Okla.: $5,750

Lot 32b–Open; Sire: Firehouse; Sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Steve Dodds & Don Bailey, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Neal Hiatt & Tyson Clabo, Mt. Ulla, N.C.: $5,500

Lot 30–Pair; Calf sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Steve Dodds, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Jerry Lingo, El Reno, Okla.: $4,500

Lot 37–Donor Pair; Calf sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Steve Dodds & Painted Springs, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Emmons Ranch, Fairfield, Texas: $4,500

Lot 23–Pair; Calf sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Steve Dodds, Lexington, Tenn.; Sold to Alex Gonzales, Alice,Texas: $4,300

 

Volume Buyers:

Tony Psencik, San Antonio, Texas

Clay Floyd, Jeffersonville, Ga.

Auctioneer:

Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Sale Consultant:

Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

Sale Managed & reported by:

3G Sales and Service, Franklin, Ga.

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Swinging B, T5 & SM Production Sale – May 20, Salado, Texas

Swinging B, T5, SM Production Sale
May 20 – Salado, Texas

2 Bulls – $9,500 – Avg. $4,750

10 Pairs – $59,250 – Avg. $5,925

12 Bred – $132,500 – Avg. $11,042
36 Open – $211,750 – Avg. $5,882
17 Picks – $152,750 – Avg. $8,958
1 – semen $5,700
1 – Flush $8,000
79 Lots $575,450 Avg. $7,284

Top Females:

Lot 31–Bred; Sire: Bulletproof; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Randy Mason, Brownstown, Ill.: $41,000

Lot 32–Bred; Sire: Bulletproof; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Paxico, Kan.: $23,000

Lot 7–Open; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $13,500

Lot 33–Bred; Sire: Bulletproof; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Paxico, Kan.: $11,500

Lot 65–Open; Sire: Firehouse; Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to John and Barb Gillespie, Woodlands, Texas: $10,000

Lot 17–Open; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Tom and Judy Bell, Shreveport, La.: $9,000

Lot 5–Open; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Oscar Pesqueira, Nogales, Ariz.: $8,500

Lot 19–Open; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Ken Tews, Timpson, Texas: $8,000

Lot 36–Bred; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Windy Hills, Poplarville, Miss: $8,000

Lot 38–Bred; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Bob Siddons, Lakeway, Texas: $7,500

Lot 78–Pair; Calf sire: Dream On; Consignor: Sheldon McManus,Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.: $7,500

Lot 3–Open; Sire: New Dimension; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas: $7,250

Lot 28–Bred; Sire: Adonis; Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to Steve Cogdell, Lillian, Texas: $7,000

Lot 42c–Calf; Sire: Tiger Britches; Consignor: T5 Ranch, Bedias, Texas;  Sold to Tanner Thomas, Needville, Texas: $7,000

Lot 58–Pair; Calf sire: T5 619/4; Consignor: T5 Ranch, Bedias, Texas; Sold to Jeff Garner, Blue Ridge, Texas: $7,000

 

Volume Buyers:

Next Gen Cattle Co., Paxico, Kan.

Jeff Garner, Blue Ridge, Texas

John & Barb Gillespie, Woodlands, Texas

Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas

Auctioneer:

Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Sale Consultants:

Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Sale Managed & reported by:

3G Sales and Service, Franklin, Ga.

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