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Urlacher Angus Annual Bull Sale

Gregg and Mary Urlacher and their young family, Jayce, Stetson, and Bailey, hosted a bigger than average crowd for their annual production sale at Bowman Livestock. This young family works hard to produce cattle that will work for their commercial customers. They continue to offer only two-year-old bulls that are raised at home, doing the work themselves. The Urlacher guarantee is as good as there is in the business. Gregg keeps these bulls until May, and then delivers them to his customers, ready to go to work.

These bulls are not overfed, and are presented with good feet and legs. We see many of the same people buying these top bulls year after year, so that says that the bulls work! They believe that these big bulls will breed more cows in a season and they have increased longevity.

Top selling bull of the day was shared by two bulls, Lot 31 and Lot 2, both at $4,750. The Lot 2 bull was UA Design 878 8175, a son of Bon View New Design 878, and out of a daughter of UA Beef Advantage. With a 71 pound birth weight, he weaned at 656 pounds to ratio 110. He posted a yearling weight of 1,254 pounds to ratio 113. His EPDs were +1.4 BW, +33 WW, +26 MILK, and +77 YW. He sold to long time repeat buyer, Reuben Olson from Prairie City, SD.

The Lot 31 bull sold to repeat buyer Bob Tenold from Reva, SD. UA Dateline 8080 was a son of Opp Dateline 518 and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage C60. He had a 78 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 701 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,042 pounds. His EPDs included +4.5 BW, +53 WW, +22 MILK, and +93 YW. He weighed in on sale day at 1,750 pounds.

Reuben Olson also bought the Lot 8 bull at $4,500. He was a son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15, and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage. He posted a birth weight of 74 pounds and EPDs of +3.1 BW, +66 WW, +29 MILK, and +109 YW.

Albert Hoff from Bison, SD bought the Lot 5 bull at $4,250. This son of Connealy Lead On was out of a daughter of TC Foreman 016. He had a 74 pound birth weight and weaned at 652 pounds. His EPDs are +2.8 BW, +49 WW, +20 MILK, and +91 YW.

The Lot 12 bull sold to Bob Tenold at $4,250. With a 74 pound birth weight, this son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15 was out of a daughter of Connealy Freightliner. He weaned at 656 pounds and had EPDs of +2.5 BW, +55 WW, +24 MILK, and +99 YW.

Their stylish commercial replacement heifers were out of purebred cows and registered Angus bulls, carrying a complete vaccination program, and would work well in many herds. The bred heifers were AI bred to HA Imagemaker for a March 8 calving date, and were guaranteed to be with calf on sale day.

Visit the Urlacher herd this summer. You can see the cow herd, and also the young bulls which will be available as two-year-olds next January in Bowman, ND.

Gregg and Mary Urlacher and their young family, Jayce, Stetson, and Bailey, hosted a bigger than average crowd for their annual production sale at Bowman Livestock. This young family works hard to produce cattle that will work for their commercial customers. They continue to offer only two-year-old bulls that are raised at home, doing the work themselves. The Urlacher guarantee is as good as there is in the business. Gregg keeps these bulls until May, and then delivers them to his customers, ready to go to work.

These bulls are not overfed, and are presented with good feet and legs. We see many of the same people buying these top bulls year after year, so that says that the bulls work! They believe that these big bulls will breed more cows in a season and they have increased longevity.

Top selling bull of the day was shared by two bulls, Lot 31 and Lot 2, both at $4,750. The Lot 2 bull was UA Design 878 8175, a son of Bon View New Design 878, and out of a daughter of UA Beef Advantage. With a 71 pound birth weight, he weaned at 656 pounds to ratio 110. He posted a yearling weight of 1,254 pounds to ratio 113. His EPDs were +1.4 BW, +33 WW, +26 MILK, and +77 YW. He sold to long time repeat buyer, Reuben Olson from Prairie City, SD.

The Lot 31 bull sold to repeat buyer Bob Tenold from Reva, SD. UA Dateline 8080 was a son of Opp Dateline 518 and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage C60. He had a 78 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 701 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,042 pounds. His EPDs included +4.5 BW, +53 WW, +22 MILK, and +93 YW. He weighed in on sale day at 1,750 pounds.

Reuben Olson also bought the Lot 8 bull at $4,500. He was a son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15, and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage. He posted a birth weight of 74 pounds and EPDs of +3.1 BW, +66 WW, +29 MILK, and +109 YW.

Albert Hoff from Bison, SD bought the Lot 5 bull at $4,250. This son of Connealy Lead On was out of a daughter of TC Foreman 016. He had a 74 pound birth weight and weaned at 652 pounds. His EPDs are +2.8 BW, +49 WW, +20 MILK, and +91 YW.

The Lot 12 bull sold to Bob Tenold at $4,250. With a 74 pound birth weight, this son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15 was out of a daughter of Connealy Freightliner. He weaned at 656 pounds and had EPDs of +2.5 BW, +55 WW, +24 MILK, and +99 YW.

Their stylish commercial replacement heifers were out of purebred cows and registered Angus bulls, carrying a complete vaccination program, and would work well in many herds. The bred heifers were AI bred to HA Imagemaker for a March 8 calving date, and were guaranteed to be with calf on sale day.

Visit the Urlacher herd this summer. You can see the cow herd, and also the young bulls which will be available as two-year-olds next January in Bowman, ND.

Gregg and Mary Urlacher and their young family, Jayce, Stetson, and Bailey, hosted a bigger than average crowd for their annual production sale at Bowman Livestock. This young family works hard to produce cattle that will work for their commercial customers. They continue to offer only two-year-old bulls that are raised at home, doing the work themselves. The Urlacher guarantee is as good as there is in the business. Gregg keeps these bulls until May, and then delivers them to his customers, ready to go to work.

These bulls are not overfed, and are presented with good feet and legs. We see many of the same people buying these top bulls year after year, so that says that the bulls work! They believe that these big bulls will breed more cows in a season and they have increased longevity.

Top selling bull of the day was shared by two bulls, Lot 31 and Lot 2, both at $4,750. The Lot 2 bull was UA Design 878 8175, a son of Bon View New Design 878, and out of a daughter of UA Beef Advantage. With a 71 pound birth weight, he weaned at 656 pounds to ratio 110. He posted a yearling weight of 1,254 pounds to ratio 113. His EPDs were +1.4 BW, +33 WW, +26 MILK, and +77 YW. He sold to long time repeat buyer, Reuben Olson from Prairie City, SD.

The Lot 31 bull sold to repeat buyer Bob Tenold from Reva, SD. UA Dateline 8080 was a son of Opp Dateline 518 and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage C60. He had a 78 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 701 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,042 pounds. His EPDs included +4.5 BW, +53 WW, +22 MILK, and +93 YW. He weighed in on sale day at 1,750 pounds.

Reuben Olson also bought the Lot 8 bull at $4,500. He was a son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15, and out of a daughter of Mogck Advantage. He posted a birth weight of 74 pounds and EPDs of +3.1 BW, +66 WW, +29 MILK, and +109 YW.

Albert Hoff from Bison, SD bought the Lot 5 bull at $4,250. This son of Connealy Lead On was out of a daughter of TC Foreman 016. He had a 74 pound birth weight and weaned at 652 pounds. His EPDs are +2.8 BW, +49 WW, +20 MILK, and +91 YW.

The Lot 12 bull sold to Bob Tenold at $4,250. With a 74 pound birth weight, this son of Quaker Hill Objective 3J15 was out of a daughter of Connealy Freightliner. He weaned at 656 pounds and had EPDs of +2.5 BW, +55 WW, +24 MILK, and +99 YW.

Their stylish commercial replacement heifers were out of purebred cows and registered Angus bulls, carrying a complete vaccination program, and would work well in many herds. The bred heifers were AI bred to HA Imagemaker for a March 8 calving date, and were guaranteed to be with calf on sale day.

Visit the Urlacher herd this summer. You can see the cow herd, and also the young bulls which will be available as two-year-olds next January in Bowman, ND.


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