Gill Red Angus Annual ‘You buy our bulls, we bid on your calves’ Bull and Commercial Heifer Sale | TSLN.com

Gill Red Angus Annual ‘You buy our bulls, we bid on your calves’ Bull and Commercial Heifer Sale

It was a cold, minus 15 degrees the morning of the sale with a stout NW wind. The day before the sale, surrounding states and South Dakota had a strong blizzard, but that is nothing new to the cowboys in this area. There was still a large crowd, with 112 registered bidders, more than 80 active bidders on Cattle In Motion, the Internet company that broadcast the sale, and 32 different buyers active on the phone. Cattle sold into eight different states, while the majority of the cattle sold to repeat customers. The bidding was strong and constant, and every bull offered sold except one, which Gills turned around and sold the next day. A total of 153 head of coming two-year-old and yearling bulls were offered up on sale day.

It was a cold, minus 15 degrees the morning of the sale with a stout NW wind. The day before the sale, surrounding states and South Dakota had a strong blizzard, but that is nothing new to the cowboys in this area. There was still a large crowd, with 112 registered bidders, more than 80 active bidders on Cattle In Motion, the Internet company that broadcast the sale, and 32 different buyers active on the phone. Cattle sold into eight different states, while the majority of the cattle sold to repeat customers. The bidding was strong and constant, and every bull offered sold except one, which Gills turned around and sold the next day. A total of 153 head of coming two-year-old and yearling bulls were offered up on sale day.

It was a cold, minus 15 degrees the morning of the sale with a stout NW wind. The day before the sale, surrounding states and South Dakota had a strong blizzard, but that is nothing new to the cowboys in this area. There was still a large crowd, with 112 registered bidders, more than 80 active bidders on Cattle In Motion, the Internet company that broadcast the sale, and 32 different buyers active on the phone. Cattle sold into eight different states, while the majority of the cattle sold to repeat customers. The bidding was strong and constant, and every bull offered sold except one, which Gills turned around and sold the next day. A total of 153 head of coming two-year-old and yearling bulls were offered up on sale day.

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