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Ellingson Angus Production Sale

Chad and Julie Ellingson and their children Stetson, Jameson, Sierra, Medora and Sheridan hosted their annual production sale at the Martin and Angie Schaff sale facility near St. Anthony, ND on Feb. 6, 2010. Though this was the first sale they held on their own, they are not new to the Angus industry. The past eight years they have been guest consgnors to the Lindskov Thiel Bull sale. Also both Chad and Julie's grandparents were pioneer ND Angus breeders so it is only natural that Chad and Julie are carrying on that tradition.

The sale bulls were developed with the rancher in mind. They had been handled and fed in a manner to ensure longevity and profitability to the buyers. Joining in as guest consignors were Julie's parents, Martin and Angie Schaff.

Chad and Julie Ellingson and their children Stetson, Jameson, Sierra, Medora and Sheridan hosted their annual production sale at the Martin and Angie Schaff sale facility near St. Anthony, ND on Feb. 6, 2010. Though this was the first sale they held on their own, they are not new to the Angus industry. The past eight years they have been guest consgnors to the Lindskov Thiel Bull sale. Also both Chad and Julie's grandparents were pioneer ND Angus breeders so it is only natural that Chad and Julie are carrying on that tradition.

The sale bulls were developed with the rancher in mind. They had been handled and fed in a manner to ensure longevity and profitability to the buyers. Joining in as guest consignors were Julie's parents, Martin and Angie Schaff.

Chad and Julie Ellingson and their children Stetson, Jameson, Sierra, Medora and Sheridan hosted their annual production sale at the Martin and Angie Schaff sale facility near St. Anthony, ND on Feb. 6, 2010. Though this was the first sale they held on their own, they are not new to the Angus industry. The past eight years they have been guest consgnors to the Lindskov Thiel Bull sale. Also both Chad and Julie's grandparents were pioneer ND Angus breeders so it is only natural that Chad and Julie are carrying on that tradition.

The sale bulls were developed with the rancher in mind. They had been handled and fed in a manner to ensure longevity and profitability to the buyers. Joining in as guest consignors were Julie's parents, Martin and Angie Schaff.


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