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Koupal Angus sale report

Dan Piroutek & Scott Dirk

Koupal Angus, owned and managed by LaVern and Alice Koupal, hosted a good crowd for their female dispersal sale. They have built one of the top herds of Angus cattle in South Dakota, and they were well received by this crowd of Angus enthusiasts.

The cows showed the natural fleshing ability and thickness that have been priorities in the Koupal breeding program. Several cow families have been outstanding, but none more than the OCC Dixie Erica 1019 line.

It was a beautiful day and the country looked good, especially Alice Koupal’s yard. You really need to see Alice and her garden in August!

A very fast-paced sale occurred and the bidding stayed strong to the very end.

The top selling pair was Lot 9 & 9A, selling for $5.300. The Lot 9 cow was Koupals Rica 237, and she sold for $3,900. This pathfinder posted seven calves at 104, and her heifer calf brought $1,400. Reppe Ranch from Conde, SD, took home the calf, while the cow was headed to the W. T. Speedwell Ranch from Tennessee.

Many liked the Lot 1 pair, which brought $5,200. The cow was Koupals Ebonette 4226, an OCC Juneau daughter, and she sold for $3,900 to Dennis Brenig from Arapahoe, NE. John Goeken from Utica, SD, paid $1,300 to own her heifer calf, which was by E & B Predestined 7116.

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The top selling fall pair was Lot 188, Koupal Queen 7124, and she had a heifer calf by DUFF Amigo 815. The cow was a daughter of Sinclair Prince Papa 4P11. This good pair sold for $4,800 to Kyle Luddington from Freedom, OK.

The Lot 134 cow, Koupals Zara 3149, sold for $4,500 to Derek Koupal to top the spring bred cow division. This 2003 model was sired by Baldridge Leon L92, and had weaned five calves to ratio 107. This put her in the pathfinder status.

The top selling bred heifer was Lot 287, selling for $2,500 to the Heartland Farm from Winner, SD. Koupals Enchantress 9212 was sired by Sitz Great Day 448R and was bred to BC Maverick 2266-5.

Koupal Angus, owned and managed by LaVern and Alice Koupal, hosted a good crowd for their female dispersal sale. They have built one of the top herds of Angus cattle in South Dakota, and they were well received by this crowd of Angus enthusiasts.

The cows showed the natural fleshing ability and thickness that have been priorities in the Koupal breeding program. Several cow families have been outstanding, but none more than the OCC Dixie Erica 1019 line.

It was a beautiful day and the country looked good, especially Alice Koupal’s yard. You really need to see Alice and her garden in August!

A very fast-paced sale occurred and the bidding stayed strong to the very end.

The top selling pair was Lot 9 & 9A, selling for $5.300. The Lot 9 cow was Koupals Rica 237, and she sold for $3,900. This pathfinder posted seven calves at 104, and her heifer calf brought $1,400. Reppe Ranch from Conde, SD, took home the calf, while the cow was headed to the W. T. Speedwell Ranch from Tennessee.

Many liked the Lot 1 pair, which brought $5,200. The cow was Koupals Ebonette 4226, an OCC Juneau daughter, and she sold for $3,900 to Dennis Brenig from Arapahoe, NE. John Goeken from Utica, SD, paid $1,300 to own her heifer calf, which was by E & B Predestined 7116.

The top selling fall pair was Lot 188, Koupal Queen 7124, and she had a heifer calf by DUFF Amigo 815. The cow was a daughter of Sinclair Prince Papa 4P11. This good pair sold for $4,800 to Kyle Luddington from Freedom, OK.

The Lot 134 cow, Koupals Zara 3149, sold for $4,500 to Derek Koupal to top the spring bred cow division. This 2003 model was sired by Baldridge Leon L92, and had weaned five calves to ratio 107. This put her in the pathfinder status.

The top selling bred heifer was Lot 287, selling for $2,500 to the Heartland Farm from Winner, SD. Koupals Enchantress 9212 was sired by Sitz Great Day 448R and was bred to BC Maverick 2266-5.

Koupal Angus, owned and managed by LaVern and Alice Koupal, hosted a good crowd for their female dispersal sale. They have built one of the top herds of Angus cattle in South Dakota, and they were well received by this crowd of Angus enthusiasts.

The cows showed the natural fleshing ability and thickness that have been priorities in the Koupal breeding program. Several cow families have been outstanding, but none more than the OCC Dixie Erica 1019 line.

It was a beautiful day and the country looked good, especially Alice Koupal’s yard. You really need to see Alice and her garden in August!

A very fast-paced sale occurred and the bidding stayed strong to the very end.

The top selling pair was Lot 9 & 9A, selling for $5.300. The Lot 9 cow was Koupals Rica 237, and she sold for $3,900. This pathfinder posted seven calves at 104, and her heifer calf brought $1,400. Reppe Ranch from Conde, SD, took home the calf, while the cow was headed to the W. T. Speedwell Ranch from Tennessee.

Many liked the Lot 1 pair, which brought $5,200. The cow was Koupals Ebonette 4226, an OCC Juneau daughter, and she sold for $3,900 to Dennis Brenig from Arapahoe, NE. John Goeken from Utica, SD, paid $1,300 to own her heifer calf, which was by E & B Predestined 7116.

The top selling fall pair was Lot 188, Koupal Queen 7124, and she had a heifer calf by DUFF Amigo 815. The cow was a daughter of Sinclair Prince Papa 4P11. This good pair sold for $4,800 to Kyle Luddington from Freedom, OK.

The Lot 134 cow, Koupals Zara 3149, sold for $4,500 to Derek Koupal to top the spring bred cow division. This 2003 model was sired by Baldridge Leon L92, and had weaned five calves to ratio 107. This put her in the pathfinder status.

The top selling bred heifer was Lot 287, selling for $2,500 to the Heartland Farm from Winner, SD. Koupals Enchantress 9212 was sired by Sitz Great Day 448R and was bred to BC Maverick 2266-5.

Koupal Angus, owned and managed by LaVern and Alice Koupal, hosted a good crowd for their female dispersal sale. They have built one of the top herds of Angus cattle in South Dakota, and they were well received by this crowd of Angus enthusiasts.

The cows showed the natural fleshing ability and thickness that have been priorities in the Koupal breeding program. Several cow families have been outstanding, but none more than the OCC Dixie Erica 1019 line.

It was a beautiful day and the country looked good, especially Alice Koupal’s yard. You really need to see Alice and her garden in August!

A very fast-paced sale occurred and the bidding stayed strong to the very end.

The top selling pair was Lot 9 & 9A, selling for $5.300. The Lot 9 cow was Koupals Rica 237, and she sold for $3,900. This pathfinder posted seven calves at 104, and her heifer calf brought $1,400. Reppe Ranch from Conde, SD, took home the calf, while the cow was headed to the W. T. Speedwell Ranch from Tennessee.

Many liked the Lot 1 pair, which brought $5,200. The cow was Koupals Ebonette 4226, an OCC Juneau daughter, and she sold for $3,900 to Dennis Brenig from Arapahoe, NE. John Goeken from Utica, SD, paid $1,300 to own her heifer calf, which was by E & B Predestined 7116.

The top selling fall pair was Lot 188, Koupal Queen 7124, and she had a heifer calf by DUFF Amigo 815. The cow was a daughter of Sinclair Prince Papa 4P11. This good pair sold for $4,800 to Kyle Luddington from Freedom, OK.

The Lot 134 cow, Koupals Zara 3149, sold for $4,500 to Derek Koupal to top the spring bred cow division. This 2003 model was sired by Baldridge Leon L92, and had weaned five calves to ratio 107. This put her in the pathfinder status.

The top selling bred heifer was Lot 287, selling for $2,500 to the Heartland Farm from Winner, SD. Koupals Enchantress 9212 was sired by Sitz Great Day 448R and was bred to BC Maverick 2266-5.

Koupal Angus, owned and managed by LaVern and Alice Koupal, hosted a good crowd for their female dispersal sale. They have built one of the top herds of Angus cattle in South Dakota, and they were well received by this crowd of Angus enthusiasts.

The cows showed the natural fleshing ability and thickness that have been priorities in the Koupal breeding program. Several cow families have been outstanding, but none more than the OCC Dixie Erica 1019 line.

It was a beautiful day and the country looked good, especially Alice Koupal’s yard. You really need to see Alice and her garden in August!

A very fast-paced sale occurred and the bidding stayed strong to the very end.

The top selling pair was Lot 9 & 9A, selling for $5.300. The Lot 9 cow was Koupals Rica 237, and she sold for $3,900. This pathfinder posted seven calves at 104, and her heifer calf brought $1,400. Reppe Ranch from Conde, SD, took home the calf, while the cow was headed to the W. T. Speedwell Ranch from Tennessee.

Many liked the Lot 1 pair, which brought $5,200. The cow was Koupals Ebonette 4226, an OCC Juneau daughter, and she sold for $3,900 to Dennis Brenig from Arapahoe, NE. John Goeken from Utica, SD, paid $1,300 to own her heifer calf, which was by E & B Predestined 7116.

The top selling fall pair was Lot 188, Koupal Queen 7124, and she had a heifer calf by DUFF Amigo 815. The cow was a daughter of Sinclair Prince Papa 4P11. This good pair sold for $4,800 to Kyle Luddington from Freedom, OK.

The Lot 134 cow, Koupals Zara 3149, sold for $4,500 to Derek Koupal to top the spring bred cow division. This 2003 model was sired by Baldridge Leon L92, and had weaned five calves to ratio 107. This put her in the pathfinder status.

The top selling bred heifer was Lot 287, selling for $2,500 to the Heartland Farm from Winner, SD. Koupals Enchantress 9212 was sired by Sitz Great Day 448R and was bred to BC Maverick 2266-5.

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