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Fuoss Angus Ranch

Dan Piroutek

Dave Fuoss with Larry and Bob Ryno of Wood, SD

Fuoss Angus Ranch, owned by Dave and Kathy Fuoss, and their sons Todd and Mike and their families, hosted a big crowd for the best sale that they have ever had.

The Fuoss operation is a family operation that breeds cattle to satisfy their customers, many of whom are their friends and neighbors. These bulls have a lot of length of body with plenty of growth. These high performing bulls, with calving ease, were readily snapped up by this enthusiastic crowd.

The Fuoss’ offered many large sire groups, and had the bulls penned that way. It is interesting to see these large groups of bulls, all by the same sire. This was the best set of bulls that the Fuoss family has ever brought to Presho.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 32, a yearling bull that drew a lot of interest from both purebred breeders and commercial cattlemen. In this case, the commercial man won out, as repeat buyer Dan Valburg from White River, SD made this good bull his top choice at $8,250. He was a son of Mytty in Focus, and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901, hitting the ground at 76 pounds. He had a weaning weight of 755 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,377 pounds. His EPDs were -1.3 BW, +54 WW, +52 MILK, and +100 YW.

Lot 56 was a son of SS Objective T510 and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595. With an 86 pound birth weight, he weaned at 796 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,324 pounds. He also sold to Dan Valburg for $5,500. Lots 49 and 52 were also Objective sons that sold for $5,250 each to Dan Valburg.

Lot 35, Dakota Focus 937, was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901. He was another choice of Dan Valburg’s at $5,250.

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The two year-old-sale was topped by Lot 90 at $4,000. This son of Connealy 5175 285 2578 weighed in at 1,760 pounds a month before the sale. His stats included a 76 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 102, and a yearling weight ratio of 106. He sold to repeat buyers Ray and Linda Gilbert of Gilbert Angus Ranch at Buffalo, SD.

Another repeat buyer, D & J Land & Cattle Co. from Gann Valley, SD, bought the Lot 86 two-year-old bull at $3,800. This son of Sitz Alliance 6595 was out of a daughter of Miller Supreme 90. He had an 82 pound birth weight and weighed 1,815 pounds prior to the sale.

A big day for the Fuoss family, and the pie after the sale was perfect!

Fuoss Angus Ranch, owned by Dave and Kathy Fuoss, and their sons Todd and Mike and their families, hosted a big crowd for the best sale that they have ever had.

The Fuoss operation is a family operation that breeds cattle to satisfy their customers, many of whom are their friends and neighbors. These bulls have a lot of length of body with plenty of growth. These high performing bulls, with calving ease, were readily snapped up by this enthusiastic crowd.

The Fuoss’ offered many large sire groups, and had the bulls penned that way. It is interesting to see these large groups of bulls, all by the same sire. This was the best set of bulls that the Fuoss family has ever brought to Presho.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 32, a yearling bull that drew a lot of interest from both purebred breeders and commercial cattlemen. In this case, the commercial man won out, as repeat buyer Dan Valburg from White River, SD made this good bull his top choice at $8,250. He was a son of Mytty in Focus, and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901, hitting the ground at 76 pounds. He had a weaning weight of 755 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,377 pounds. His EPDs were -1.3 BW, +54 WW, +52 MILK, and +100 YW.

Lot 56 was a son of SS Objective T510 and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595. With an 86 pound birth weight, he weaned at 796 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,324 pounds. He also sold to Dan Valburg for $5,500. Lots 49 and 52 were also Objective sons that sold for $5,250 each to Dan Valburg.

Lot 35, Dakota Focus 937, was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901. He was another choice of Dan Valburg’s at $5,250.

The two year-old-sale was topped by Lot 90 at $4,000. This son of Connealy 5175 285 2578 weighed in at 1,760 pounds a month before the sale. His stats included a 76 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 102, and a yearling weight ratio of 106. He sold to repeat buyers Ray and Linda Gilbert of Gilbert Angus Ranch at Buffalo, SD.

Another repeat buyer, D & J Land & Cattle Co. from Gann Valley, SD, bought the Lot 86 two-year-old bull at $3,800. This son of Sitz Alliance 6595 was out of a daughter of Miller Supreme 90. He had an 82 pound birth weight and weighed 1,815 pounds prior to the sale.

A big day for the Fuoss family, and the pie after the sale was perfect!

Fuoss Angus Ranch, owned by Dave and Kathy Fuoss, and their sons Todd and Mike and their families, hosted a big crowd for the best sale that they have ever had.

The Fuoss operation is a family operation that breeds cattle to satisfy their customers, many of whom are their friends and neighbors. These bulls have a lot of length of body with plenty of growth. These high performing bulls, with calving ease, were readily snapped up by this enthusiastic crowd.

The Fuoss’ offered many large sire groups, and had the bulls penned that way. It is interesting to see these large groups of bulls, all by the same sire. This was the best set of bulls that the Fuoss family has ever brought to Presho.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 32, a yearling bull that drew a lot of interest from both purebred breeders and commercial cattlemen. In this case, the commercial man won out, as repeat buyer Dan Valburg from White River, SD made this good bull his top choice at $8,250. He was a son of Mytty in Focus, and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901, hitting the ground at 76 pounds. He had a weaning weight of 755 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,377 pounds. His EPDs were -1.3 BW, +54 WW, +52 MILK, and +100 YW.

Lot 56 was a son of SS Objective T510 and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595. With an 86 pound birth weight, he weaned at 796 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,324 pounds. He also sold to Dan Valburg for $5,500. Lots 49 and 52 were also Objective sons that sold for $5,250 each to Dan Valburg.

Lot 35, Dakota Focus 937, was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901. He was another choice of Dan Valburg’s at $5,250.

The two year-old-sale was topped by Lot 90 at $4,000. This son of Connealy 5175 285 2578 weighed in at 1,760 pounds a month before the sale. His stats included a 76 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 102, and a yearling weight ratio of 106. He sold to repeat buyers Ray and Linda Gilbert of Gilbert Angus Ranch at Buffalo, SD.

Another repeat buyer, D & J Land & Cattle Co. from Gann Valley, SD, bought the Lot 86 two-year-old bull at $3,800. This son of Sitz Alliance 6595 was out of a daughter of Miller Supreme 90. He had an 82 pound birth weight and weighed 1,815 pounds prior to the sale.

A big day for the Fuoss family, and the pie after the sale was perfect!

Fuoss Angus Ranch, owned by Dave and Kathy Fuoss, and their sons Todd and Mike and their families, hosted a big crowd for the best sale that they have ever had.

The Fuoss operation is a family operation that breeds cattle to satisfy their customers, many of whom are their friends and neighbors. These bulls have a lot of length of body with plenty of growth. These high performing bulls, with calving ease, were readily snapped up by this enthusiastic crowd.

The Fuoss’ offered many large sire groups, and had the bulls penned that way. It is interesting to see these large groups of bulls, all by the same sire. This was the best set of bulls that the Fuoss family has ever brought to Presho.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 32, a yearling bull that drew a lot of interest from both purebred breeders and commercial cattlemen. In this case, the commercial man won out, as repeat buyer Dan Valburg from White River, SD made this good bull his top choice at $8,250. He was a son of Mytty in Focus, and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901, hitting the ground at 76 pounds. He had a weaning weight of 755 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,377 pounds. His EPDs were -1.3 BW, +54 WW, +52 MILK, and +100 YW.

Lot 56 was a son of SS Objective T510 and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595. With an 86 pound birth weight, he weaned at 796 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,324 pounds. He also sold to Dan Valburg for $5,500. Lots 49 and 52 were also Objective sons that sold for $5,250 each to Dan Valburg.

Lot 35, Dakota Focus 937, was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Baldridge Nebraska 901. He was another choice of Dan Valburg’s at $5,250.

The two year-old-sale was topped by Lot 90 at $4,000. This son of Connealy 5175 285 2578 weighed in at 1,760 pounds a month before the sale. His stats included a 76 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 102, and a yearling weight ratio of 106. He sold to repeat buyers Ray and Linda Gilbert of Gilbert Angus Ranch at Buffalo, SD.

Another repeat buyer, D & J Land & Cattle Co. from Gann Valley, SD, bought the Lot 86 two-year-old bull at $3,800. This son of Sitz Alliance 6595 was out of a daughter of Miller Supreme 90. He had an 82 pound birth weight and weighed 1,815 pounds prior to the sale.

A big day for the Fuoss family, and the pie after the sale was perfect!

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