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Booth’s Cherry Creek ‘Progress Through Performance’ Bull Sale

Andy Swenson

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

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Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

Booth’s Cherry Creek Angus, and guest consignor Flat Iron Red Angus, had an impressive set of performance-tested bulls. This was Booth’s 38th annual bull sale and they were offering some of the best bulls that they have ever raised. Shawn welcomed everyone in the stands and on the phones and grinned from ear to ear when he announced that he and Diane were once again very proud grandparents. Their son, Michael, and his wife Lindsy, had a brand new baby boy the morning of the sale. Shawn said that boy is destined to be a cattleman being born on sale day, and what a special day it was. Congratulations Michael and Lindsy on their new arrival, Bryce Henry Booth, weighing 7 lbs., 14 oz., 20 in. What a cute bugger he is!!

From the time the first bull walked into the ring the crowd was anxious to start bidding on a very complete packaged set of bulls. As the final bull sold and the stands were still full, Shawn said a heartfelt thank you. Thanks to Diane and all of the ladies for the great meal. All I can say is “wow,” awesome cookies and cinnamon rolls; they were great.

Lot 22 sold for $10,750 to Whitestone Krebs of Gordon, NE. This very impressive son of MCC Daybreak is out of a Cherry Crk Blackcap 7573M dam. This future herd bull has the makings to be something great with EPDs of BW 1.5, WW 67, YW 124 and Milk 22. Also a $Beef Value of 60.82

Lot 69 sold for $7,750 to Mike Dyer of Crawford, NE. This good looking SS Objective T510 0T26 son is one of the best looking Objective sons I’ve seen so far this year. With EPDs of BW 0.9, WW 60, YW 111, Milk 28 and $Beef of 64.25

Lot 25 sold for $7,000 to Lazy GT Ranch of Cheyenne, WY. This extra thick son of MCC Daybreak is out of a awesome cow by CCR Rancher’s Design 348S, with a negative birth weight. EPDs BW -0.2, WW 57, YW 103 and Milk 21.

Lot 100 sold for $6,000 to Thaler Land and Livestock. They had their eyes on this bull from the time they arrived at the sale barn. This Cherry Creek Allied 6531 son was an impressive yearling bull with EPDs of BW -1.4, WW 41, YW 74, Milk 24. This thick calf was one everyone sure looked at in the pen.

Lot 10 sold for $5,600 to Leige Murray of Jordan, MT. This Cherry Creek Higher Standard son boasted an impressive 70-lb. birth weight and 731-lb. weaning weight. With lots of eye appeal and a sure powerhouse, this future herd sire had a set of EPDs that made you take a second look – BW 0.4, WW 58, YW 117, Milk 29 and a $Beef Value of 58.56.

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