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Eagle Pass Ranch – The ‘Source’ for Feed Efficient Genetics

Dan Piroutek

The Eagle Pass Ranch hosted a nice crowd for their fall female sale of commercial bred heifers, as well as Red and Black Angus and Balancer females.

The Eagle Pass Ranch has built their future on providing cattle that are easy to raise and proven to have built-in feed efficiency. They prove this every year by putting their bull calf-crop on test with the Grow Safe System where they compare individuals for feed efficiency. With the move to $6 corn, this will be more and more important!

The cows and heifers were in excellent shape. Steve and Nate Munger had to be pleased with their offering.

The top selling cow of the day was a Red Angus cow, Lot 69, by Buf Crk Chf 824-1658, that sold for $7,000 to Matt Fuss, Pawnee, OK. She was a 6-year-old cow and AI-ed to EGL Fosters L017 safe with a bull calf.

The top selling Black Angus cow was Lot 5, EGL Mame 6026 ET, a daughter of Rito 1I1 of 2536 6I6, and out of a daughter of Fame. This cow was bred to Final Answer for a heifer calf, and sold to Roberts Angus Ranch of Raub, ND, for $4,000.

Lot 24, a Black Angus cow, sold for $3,900 to the Le Doux Ranch from Agenda, KS. She was AI-ed to SAV Bismarck for a heifer calf.

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The Lot 54 Angus heifer calf by SAV Net Worth 4200 sold for $2,300 to Solutions Genetics from Cushing, IA. Lot 55 by Gardens Prime Star sold for $2,000 to Luke Doris, Stillwater, OK.

In the Balancer Females, Lot 76, out of Tyra R044 ET and Gardens Prime Star, sold for $4,000 to Seedstock Plus from St. Catherine, MO. Warner Beef Genetics of Beaver City, NE, chose Lot 213 at $2,300.

The top Gelbvieh heifer calf was Lot 204, selling for $2,250 to Justin Reiter from Ellsworth, MN. She was a red polled purebred, sired by ALS Maverick 70T. David Burger from Winner, SD, bought Lot 196, a purebred Gelbvieh bred heifer for $2,200.

There was good action on the commercial bred heifers with many of the bull customers purchasing females.

The sale action was good, with a tasty roasted beef sandwich. Their spring bull sale will be held the third Wednesday in March.

The Eagle Pass Ranch hosted a nice crowd for their fall female sale of commercial bred heifers, as well as Red and Black Angus and Balancer females.

The Eagle Pass Ranch has built their future on providing cattle that are easy to raise and proven to have built-in feed efficiency. They prove this every year by putting their bull calf-crop on test with the Grow Safe System where they compare individuals for feed efficiency. With the move to $6 corn, this will be more and more important!

The cows and heifers were in excellent shape. Steve and Nate Munger had to be pleased with their offering.

The top selling cow of the day was a Red Angus cow, Lot 69, by Buf Crk Chf 824-1658, that sold for $7,000 to Matt Fuss, Pawnee, OK. She was a 6-year-old cow and AI-ed to EGL Fosters L017 safe with a bull calf.

The top selling Black Angus cow was Lot 5, EGL Mame 6026 ET, a daughter of Rito 1I1 of 2536 6I6, and out of a daughter of Fame. This cow was bred to Final Answer for a heifer calf, and sold to Roberts Angus Ranch of Raub, ND, for $4,000.

Lot 24, a Black Angus cow, sold for $3,900 to the Le Doux Ranch from Agenda, KS. She was AI-ed to SAV Bismarck for a heifer calf.

The Lot 54 Angus heifer calf by SAV Net Worth 4200 sold for $2,300 to Solutions Genetics from Cushing, IA. Lot 55 by Gardens Prime Star sold for $2,000 to Luke Doris, Stillwater, OK.

In the Balancer Females, Lot 76, out of Tyra R044 ET and Gardens Prime Star, sold for $4,000 to Seedstock Plus from St. Catherine, MO. Warner Beef Genetics of Beaver City, NE, chose Lot 213 at $2,300.

The top Gelbvieh heifer calf was Lot 204, selling for $2,250 to Justin Reiter from Ellsworth, MN. She was a red polled purebred, sired by ALS Maverick 70T. David Burger from Winner, SD, bought Lot 196, a purebred Gelbvieh bred heifer for $2,200.

There was good action on the commercial bred heifers with many of the bull customers purchasing females.

The sale action was good, with a tasty roasted beef sandwich. Their spring bull sale will be held the third Wednesday in March.

The Eagle Pass Ranch hosted a nice crowd for their fall female sale of commercial bred heifers, as well as Red and Black Angus and Balancer females.

The Eagle Pass Ranch has built their future on providing cattle that are easy to raise and proven to have built-in feed efficiency. They prove this every year by putting their bull calf-crop on test with the Grow Safe System where they compare individuals for feed efficiency. With the move to $6 corn, this will be more and more important!

The cows and heifers were in excellent shape. Steve and Nate Munger had to be pleased with their offering.

The top selling cow of the day was a Red Angus cow, Lot 69, by Buf Crk Chf 824-1658, that sold for $7,000 to Matt Fuss, Pawnee, OK. She was a 6-year-old cow and AI-ed to EGL Fosters L017 safe with a bull calf.

The top selling Black Angus cow was Lot 5, EGL Mame 6026 ET, a daughter of Rito 1I1 of 2536 6I6, and out of a daughter of Fame. This cow was bred to Final Answer for a heifer calf, and sold to Roberts Angus Ranch of Raub, ND, for $4,000.

Lot 24, a Black Angus cow, sold for $3,900 to the Le Doux Ranch from Agenda, KS. She was AI-ed to SAV Bismarck for a heifer calf.

The Lot 54 Angus heifer calf by SAV Net Worth 4200 sold for $2,300 to Solutions Genetics from Cushing, IA. Lot 55 by Gardens Prime Star sold for $2,000 to Luke Doris, Stillwater, OK.

In the Balancer Females, Lot 76, out of Tyra R044 ET and Gardens Prime Star, sold for $4,000 to Seedstock Plus from St. Catherine, MO. Warner Beef Genetics of Beaver City, NE, chose Lot 213 at $2,300.

The top Gelbvieh heifer calf was Lot 204, selling for $2,250 to Justin Reiter from Ellsworth, MN. She was a red polled purebred, sired by ALS Maverick 70T. David Burger from Winner, SD, bought Lot 196, a purebred Gelbvieh bred heifer for $2,200.

There was good action on the commercial bred heifers with many of the bull customers purchasing females.

The sale action was good, with a tasty roasted beef sandwich. Their spring bull sale will be held the third Wednesday in March.

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