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Iron Mountain Cattle Co. Annual Angus Bull Sale

Iron Mountain Cattle Co. is building a premier Angus seedstock program that is destined to impact rancher and breeder herds in the Northern Plains region. A serious investment in the herd's foundation was made with the initial acquisitions of outstanding females from the breed-leading Schaff's Angus Valley; linebred, high maternal Sinclair Cattle Co.; and well-respected Assman Land & Cattle cowherds. This brood-cow factory is backed by an aggressive artificial insemination (AI) program to the Angus breed's number-one performance and calving ease sires. The program's goal is to breed powerful, high-quality Angus bulls with herd builder performance for progressive cowmen.

The 2011 Iron Mountain sale bull offering well reflected a serious and successful pursuit of their breeding goals. Headquartered out of Belle Fourche, SD, owner Dan Long and manager Mike Davis presented one of the standout offerings of really good Angus Bulls to sell this spring. Through the entire lineup, they were strong, stout and complete with a herd-moving combination of exceptional calving ease, growth, maternal and carcass traits. Sons of SAV Net Worth, Providence, Free Spirit and Pioneer as well as Sinclair Grass Master headlined the sale.

Cattlemen on the seats at Belle Fourche Livestock bid actively on a multitude of "herd bull caliber" prospects, buying a lot of performance bull power for the money they invested. There were top bulls available to fit every rancher's budget. Superb quality, powerful sire genetics and backed by a very good cowherd, this herd's reputation will continue to grow among cattlemen serous about breeding high performance, quality cattle.

The top-selling bull of the day was Iron Mtn Mandan 0025, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Mandan 5664. He sold to Ray Sikes, Prichard, CO.

Iron Mtn Grass Master 0100, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, sold to Lonnie Hall Ranch, Meadow, SD for $6,250.

Iron Mtn 6 Shooter 0030, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Greg Vanderpol, Gregory, SD for $4,750.

Iron Mtn Rebound 0121, a March 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 4200, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co., Plainview, NE, for $4,500.

Greg Vanderpool picked up two bulls for $4,500 each. Iron Mtn Shear Power 0202, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8844, and Iron Mtn Gunslinger 0147, a March 2010 son of SAV Providence 6922.

Two bulls brought $4,250 each:

Iron Mtn Iron Man 0195, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8806, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co.

Iron Mtn Hot Iron 0167, a March 2010 son of SAV Bismarck 5682, sold to Curtis Johnson, Keldron, SD.

Four bulls sold for $4,000 each:

Iron Mtn Free Time 0079, a March 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Hank Hamill, Piedmont, SD, for $4,000.

Lonnie Hall Ranch selected two bulls for $4,000 each: Iron Mtn Grass Master 0013, a Feb. 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, and Iron Mtn Grass Master 0185, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master.

Iron Mtn Frontier 0193, an April 2010 son of SAV Pioneer 7301, sold to Glenn Riley, Spearfish, SD, for $4,000.

Iron Mountain Cattle Co. is building a premier Angus seedstock program that is destined to impact rancher and breeder herds in the Northern Plains region. A serious investment in the herd's foundation was made with the initial acquisitions of outstanding females from the breed-leading Schaff's Angus Valley; linebred, high maternal Sinclair Cattle Co.; and well-respected Assman Land & Cattle cowherds. This brood-cow factory is backed by an aggressive artificial insemination (AI) program to the Angus breed's number-one performance and calving ease sires. The program's goal is to breed powerful, high-quality Angus bulls with herd builder performance for progressive cowmen.

The 2011 Iron Mountain sale bull offering well reflected a serious and successful pursuit of their breeding goals. Headquartered out of Belle Fourche, SD, owner Dan Long and manager Mike Davis presented one of the standout offerings of really good Angus Bulls to sell this spring. Through the entire lineup, they were strong, stout and complete with a herd-moving combination of exceptional calving ease, growth, maternal and carcass traits. Sons of SAV Net Worth, Providence, Free Spirit and Pioneer as well as Sinclair Grass Master headlined the sale.

Cattlemen on the seats at Belle Fourche Livestock bid actively on a multitude of "herd bull caliber" prospects, buying a lot of performance bull power for the money they invested. There were top bulls available to fit every rancher's budget. Superb quality, powerful sire genetics and backed by a very good cowherd, this herd's reputation will continue to grow among cattlemen serous about breeding high performance, quality cattle.

The top-selling bull of the day was Iron Mtn Mandan 0025, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Mandan 5664. He sold to Ray Sikes, Prichard, CO.

Iron Mtn Grass Master 0100, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, sold to Lonnie Hall Ranch, Meadow, SD for $6,250.

Iron Mtn 6 Shooter 0030, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Greg Vanderpol, Gregory, SD for $4,750.

Iron Mtn Rebound 0121, a March 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 4200, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co., Plainview, NE, for $4,500.

Greg Vanderpool picked up two bulls for $4,500 each. Iron Mtn Shear Power 0202, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8844, and Iron Mtn Gunslinger 0147, a March 2010 son of SAV Providence 6922.

Two bulls brought $4,250 each:

Iron Mtn Iron Man 0195, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8806, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co.

Iron Mtn Hot Iron 0167, a March 2010 son of SAV Bismarck 5682, sold to Curtis Johnson, Keldron, SD.

Four bulls sold for $4,000 each:

Iron Mtn Free Time 0079, a March 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Hank Hamill, Piedmont, SD, for $4,000.

Lonnie Hall Ranch selected two bulls for $4,000 each: Iron Mtn Grass Master 0013, a Feb. 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, and Iron Mtn Grass Master 0185, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master.

Iron Mtn Frontier 0193, an April 2010 son of SAV Pioneer 7301, sold to Glenn Riley, Spearfish, SD, for $4,000.

Iron Mountain Cattle Co. is building a premier Angus seedstock program that is destined to impact rancher and breeder herds in the Northern Plains region. A serious investment in the herd's foundation was made with the initial acquisitions of outstanding females from the breed-leading Schaff's Angus Valley; linebred, high maternal Sinclair Cattle Co.; and well-respected Assman Land & Cattle cowherds. This brood-cow factory is backed by an aggressive artificial insemination (AI) program to the Angus breed's number-one performance and calving ease sires. The program's goal is to breed powerful, high-quality Angus bulls with herd builder performance for progressive cowmen.

The 2011 Iron Mountain sale bull offering well reflected a serious and successful pursuit of their breeding goals. Headquartered out of Belle Fourche, SD, owner Dan Long and manager Mike Davis presented one of the standout offerings of really good Angus Bulls to sell this spring. Through the entire lineup, they were strong, stout and complete with a herd-moving combination of exceptional calving ease, growth, maternal and carcass traits. Sons of SAV Net Worth, Providence, Free Spirit and Pioneer as well as Sinclair Grass Master headlined the sale.

Cattlemen on the seats at Belle Fourche Livestock bid actively on a multitude of "herd bull caliber" prospects, buying a lot of performance bull power for the money they invested. There were top bulls available to fit every rancher's budget. Superb quality, powerful sire genetics and backed by a very good cowherd, this herd's reputation will continue to grow among cattlemen serous about breeding high performance, quality cattle.

The top-selling bull of the day was Iron Mtn Mandan 0025, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Mandan 5664. He sold to Ray Sikes, Prichard, CO.

Iron Mtn Grass Master 0100, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, sold to Lonnie Hall Ranch, Meadow, SD for $6,250.

Iron Mtn 6 Shooter 0030, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Greg Vanderpol, Gregory, SD for $4,750.

Iron Mtn Rebound 0121, a March 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 4200, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co., Plainview, NE, for $4,500.

Greg Vanderpool picked up two bulls for $4,500 each. Iron Mtn Shear Power 0202, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8844, and Iron Mtn Gunslinger 0147, a March 2010 son of SAV Providence 6922.

Two bulls brought $4,250 each:

Iron Mtn Iron Man 0195, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8806, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co.

Iron Mtn Hot Iron 0167, a March 2010 son of SAV Bismarck 5682, sold to Curtis Johnson, Keldron, SD.

Four bulls sold for $4,000 each:

Iron Mtn Free Time 0079, a March 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Hank Hamill, Piedmont, SD, for $4,000.

Lonnie Hall Ranch selected two bulls for $4,000 each: Iron Mtn Grass Master 0013, a Feb. 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, and Iron Mtn Grass Master 0185, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master.

Iron Mtn Frontier 0193, an April 2010 son of SAV Pioneer 7301, sold to Glenn Riley, Spearfish, SD, for $4,000.

Iron Mountain Cattle Co. is building a premier Angus seedstock program that is destined to impact rancher and breeder herds in the Northern Plains region. A serious investment in the herd's foundation was made with the initial acquisitions of outstanding females from the breed-leading Schaff's Angus Valley; linebred, high maternal Sinclair Cattle Co.; and well-respected Assman Land & Cattle cowherds. This brood-cow factory is backed by an aggressive artificial insemination (AI) program to the Angus breed's number-one performance and calving ease sires. The program's goal is to breed powerful, high-quality Angus bulls with herd builder performance for progressive cowmen.

The 2011 Iron Mountain sale bull offering well reflected a serious and successful pursuit of their breeding goals. Headquartered out of Belle Fourche, SD, owner Dan Long and manager Mike Davis presented one of the standout offerings of really good Angus Bulls to sell this spring. Through the entire lineup, they were strong, stout and complete with a herd-moving combination of exceptional calving ease, growth, maternal and carcass traits. Sons of SAV Net Worth, Providence, Free Spirit and Pioneer as well as Sinclair Grass Master headlined the sale.

Cattlemen on the seats at Belle Fourche Livestock bid actively on a multitude of "herd bull caliber" prospects, buying a lot of performance bull power for the money they invested. There were top bulls available to fit every rancher's budget. Superb quality, powerful sire genetics and backed by a very good cowherd, this herd's reputation will continue to grow among cattlemen serous about breeding high performance, quality cattle.

The top-selling bull of the day was Iron Mtn Mandan 0025, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Mandan 5664. He sold to Ray Sikes, Prichard, CO.

Iron Mtn Grass Master 0100, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, sold to Lonnie Hall Ranch, Meadow, SD for $6,250.

Iron Mtn 6 Shooter 0030, a Feb. 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Greg Vanderpol, Gregory, SD for $4,750.

Iron Mtn Rebound 0121, a March 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 4200, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co., Plainview, NE, for $4,500.

Greg Vanderpool picked up two bulls for $4,500 each. Iron Mtn Shear Power 0202, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8844, and Iron Mtn Gunslinger 0147, a March 2010 son of SAV Providence 6922.

Two bulls brought $4,250 each:

Iron Mtn Iron Man 0195, an April 2010 son of SAV Net Worth 8806, sold to Willow Creek Cattle Co.

Iron Mtn Hot Iron 0167, a March 2010 son of SAV Bismarck 5682, sold to Curtis Johnson, Keldron, SD.

Four bulls sold for $4,000 each:

Iron Mtn Free Time 0079, a March 2010 son of SAV Free Spirit 8164, sold to Hank Hamill, Piedmont, SD, for $4,000.

Lonnie Hall Ranch selected two bulls for $4,000 each: Iron Mtn Grass Master 0013, a Feb. 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master, and Iron Mtn Grass Master 0185, a March 2010 son of Sinclair Grass Master.

Iron Mtn Frontier 0193, an April 2010 son of SAV Pioneer 7301, sold to Glenn Riley, Spearfish, SD, for $4,000.


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