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Littau Angus Annual Production Sale

Jay George

Roger Joseph of Joseph Angus, Winner, SD, purchased the two top-selling bulls at the Littau Angus Annual Production sale.

Littau Angus is a breeder- and rancher-respected program, one regarded highly for its real world performance and powerful genetics. These are real “cattlemen’s cattle” that are backed by proven bloodlines, have breed-leading numbers and display the structure and conformation that meets the approval of the most discriminating cowman’s eye. Stated a neighboring rancher, “Hear’s a national-caliber program backed by an outstanding cowherd right here in the heart of great commercial cattle country… and the Littaus are the best kind of neighbors and people to do business with.”

Leroy Littau and family presented their annual performance-tested bull sale at ranch headquarters located in the rolling ranch country of south central South Dakota west of Winner. A capacity crowd was ringside to appraise a powerful lineup of high quality, sound structured, complete Angus beef bulls that were impressive through the entire offering.

Backed by a highly regarded brood cow factory, the sire bloodlines represented the direct influence of Alliance, Image Maker, Sitz Upward, Koupal Juneau and Really Windy. This is a practical, no-creep, total trait program on which Littaus offer complete production/carcass data and customer service options that include a first breeding season guarantee and volume discounts.

Littau Angus has established a very loyal customer base among some of the most astute breeder and rancher cowmen in that region. A very strong, fast-paced sale saw these cattlemen bid competitively to invest into the quality, performance and reputation cowherd genetics that have long been the trademark of the Littau Angus name.

The top-selling bull was LAR Juneau 896X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797. He sold to Joseph Angus, Winner, SD, for $11,500.

Joseph Angus struck again on LAR Alliance 64 452X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, purchasing him for $11,000.

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LAR Upward 307 571X, a Feb.2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Fuoss Angus, Draper, SD, for $8,500.

Mike Hinto, Avon, SD, selected two bulls for $7,250 each:

LAR Alliance 64 536X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L; and LAR Image 832 656X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T.

LAR Juneau 794X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797, sold to Powder River Angus, Arvada, WY, for $6,000.

LAR Windy 423 95X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Tesch and Sons, Estelline, SD, for $5,750.

LAR Alliance 64 143X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Haase and Sons, Valentine, NE, for $5,250.

LAR Alieance 64 695X, a Jan. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Mark Meierhenry, Gregory, SD, for $5,000.

Four bulls sold for $4,750 each:

LAR Windy 423 238X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Powder River Angus.

LAR Upward 307 633X, a March 2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Mike Hinto.

LAR Image 832 588X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T, sold to Craig Zeisler, Naper, NE.

LAR Eclipse 401X, a Feb. 2010 son of HBR Eclipse 2546, sold to Mark Meierhenry.

Littau Angus is a breeder- and rancher-respected program, one regarded highly for its real world performance and powerful genetics. These are real “cattlemen’s cattle” that are backed by proven bloodlines, have breed-leading numbers and display the structure and conformation that meets the approval of the most discriminating cowman’s eye. Stated a neighboring rancher, “Hear’s a national-caliber program backed by an outstanding cowherd right here in the heart of great commercial cattle country… and the Littaus are the best kind of neighbors and people to do business with.”

Leroy Littau and family presented their annual performance-tested bull sale at ranch headquarters located in the rolling ranch country of south central South Dakota west of Winner. A capacity crowd was ringside to appraise a powerful lineup of high quality, sound structured, complete Angus beef bulls that were impressive through the entire offering.

Backed by a highly regarded brood cow factory, the sire bloodlines represented the direct influence of Alliance, Image Maker, Sitz Upward, Koupal Juneau and Really Windy. This is a practical, no-creep, total trait program on which Littaus offer complete production/carcass data and customer service options that include a first breeding season guarantee and volume discounts.

Littau Angus has established a very loyal customer base among some of the most astute breeder and rancher cowmen in that region. A very strong, fast-paced sale saw these cattlemen bid competitively to invest into the quality, performance and reputation cowherd genetics that have long been the trademark of the Littau Angus name.

The top-selling bull was LAR Juneau 896X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797. He sold to Joseph Angus, Winner, SD, for $11,500.

Joseph Angus struck again on LAR Alliance 64 452X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, purchasing him for $11,000.

LAR Upward 307 571X, a Feb.2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Fuoss Angus, Draper, SD, for $8,500.

Mike Hinto, Avon, SD, selected two bulls for $7,250 each:

LAR Alliance 64 536X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L; and LAR Image 832 656X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T.

LAR Juneau 794X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797, sold to Powder River Angus, Arvada, WY, for $6,000.

LAR Windy 423 95X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Tesch and Sons, Estelline, SD, for $5,750.

LAR Alliance 64 143X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Haase and Sons, Valentine, NE, for $5,250.

LAR Alieance 64 695X, a Jan. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Mark Meierhenry, Gregory, SD, for $5,000.

Four bulls sold for $4,750 each:

LAR Windy 423 238X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Powder River Angus.

LAR Upward 307 633X, a March 2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Mike Hinto.

LAR Image 832 588X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T, sold to Craig Zeisler, Naper, NE.

LAR Eclipse 401X, a Feb. 2010 son of HBR Eclipse 2546, sold to Mark Meierhenry.

Littau Angus is a breeder- and rancher-respected program, one regarded highly for its real world performance and powerful genetics. These are real “cattlemen’s cattle” that are backed by proven bloodlines, have breed-leading numbers and display the structure and conformation that meets the approval of the most discriminating cowman’s eye. Stated a neighboring rancher, “Hear’s a national-caliber program backed by an outstanding cowherd right here in the heart of great commercial cattle country… and the Littaus are the best kind of neighbors and people to do business with.”

Leroy Littau and family presented their annual performance-tested bull sale at ranch headquarters located in the rolling ranch country of south central South Dakota west of Winner. A capacity crowd was ringside to appraise a powerful lineup of high quality, sound structured, complete Angus beef bulls that were impressive through the entire offering.

Backed by a highly regarded brood cow factory, the sire bloodlines represented the direct influence of Alliance, Image Maker, Sitz Upward, Koupal Juneau and Really Windy. This is a practical, no-creep, total trait program on which Littaus offer complete production/carcass data and customer service options that include a first breeding season guarantee and volume discounts.

Littau Angus has established a very loyal customer base among some of the most astute breeder and rancher cowmen in that region. A very strong, fast-paced sale saw these cattlemen bid competitively to invest into the quality, performance and reputation cowherd genetics that have long been the trademark of the Littau Angus name.

The top-selling bull was LAR Juneau 896X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797. He sold to Joseph Angus, Winner, SD, for $11,500.

Joseph Angus struck again on LAR Alliance 64 452X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, purchasing him for $11,000.

LAR Upward 307 571X, a Feb.2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Fuoss Angus, Draper, SD, for $8,500.

Mike Hinto, Avon, SD, selected two bulls for $7,250 each:

LAR Alliance 64 536X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L; and LAR Image 832 656X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T.

LAR Juneau 794X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797, sold to Powder River Angus, Arvada, WY, for $6,000.

LAR Windy 423 95X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Tesch and Sons, Estelline, SD, for $5,750.

LAR Alliance 64 143X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Haase and Sons, Valentine, NE, for $5,250.

LAR Alieance 64 695X, a Jan. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Mark Meierhenry, Gregory, SD, for $5,000.

Four bulls sold for $4,750 each:

LAR Windy 423 238X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Powder River Angus.

LAR Upward 307 633X, a March 2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Mike Hinto.

LAR Image 832 588X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T, sold to Craig Zeisler, Naper, NE.

LAR Eclipse 401X, a Feb. 2010 son of HBR Eclipse 2546, sold to Mark Meierhenry.

Littau Angus is a breeder- and rancher-respected program, one regarded highly for its real world performance and powerful genetics. These are real “cattlemen’s cattle” that are backed by proven bloodlines, have breed-leading numbers and display the structure and conformation that meets the approval of the most discriminating cowman’s eye. Stated a neighboring rancher, “Hear’s a national-caliber program backed by an outstanding cowherd right here in the heart of great commercial cattle country… and the Littaus are the best kind of neighbors and people to do business with.”

Leroy Littau and family presented their annual performance-tested bull sale at ranch headquarters located in the rolling ranch country of south central South Dakota west of Winner. A capacity crowd was ringside to appraise a powerful lineup of high quality, sound structured, complete Angus beef bulls that were impressive through the entire offering.

Backed by a highly regarded brood cow factory, the sire bloodlines represented the direct influence of Alliance, Image Maker, Sitz Upward, Koupal Juneau and Really Windy. This is a practical, no-creep, total trait program on which Littaus offer complete production/carcass data and customer service options that include a first breeding season guarantee and volume discounts.

Littau Angus has established a very loyal customer base among some of the most astute breeder and rancher cowmen in that region. A very strong, fast-paced sale saw these cattlemen bid competitively to invest into the quality, performance and reputation cowherd genetics that have long been the trademark of the Littau Angus name.

The top-selling bull was LAR Juneau 896X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797. He sold to Joseph Angus, Winner, SD, for $11,500.

Joseph Angus struck again on LAR Alliance 64 452X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, purchasing him for $11,000.

LAR Upward 307 571X, a Feb.2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Fuoss Angus, Draper, SD, for $8,500.

Mike Hinto, Avon, SD, selected two bulls for $7,250 each:

LAR Alliance 64 536X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L; and LAR Image 832 656X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T.

LAR Juneau 794X, a Feb. 2010 son of Koupal Juneau 797, sold to Powder River Angus, Arvada, WY, for $6,000.

LAR Windy 423 95X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Tesch and Sons, Estelline, SD, for $5,750.

LAR Alliance 64 143X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Haase and Sons, Valentine, NE, for $5,250.

LAR Alieance 64 695X, a Jan. 2010 son of LAR Alliance 64L, sold to Mark Meierhenry, Gregory, SD, for $5,000.

Four bulls sold for $4,750 each:

LAR Windy 423 238X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Windy 64 423S, sold to Powder River Angus.

LAR Upward 307 633X, a March 2010 son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Mike Hinto.

LAR Image 832 588X, a Feb. 2010 son of LAR Image 832T, sold to Craig Zeisler, Naper, NE.

LAR Eclipse 401X, a Feb. 2010 son of HBR Eclipse 2546, sold to Mark Meierhenry.

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