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Logterman Family Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

Dwight Logterman and Auctioneer Matt Lowery with volume bull buyer Joe Ishmael of Clearfield, SD who bought five bulls.

The Dwight and LeRoy Logterman family sale featured a really stout set of Angus and Hereford bulls for their customers at the Valentine Livestock Auction. The good dispositions of these cattle were impressive, and they were well-grown, but not over fat.

The Hereford bulls were bred to provide plenty of growth and muscle, and yet provide the ranchers with excellent replacement heifers, both baldies and Herefords.

The Angus bulls were well received, and included the herd sires Hero 6267 of RR2418, VDAR New Design 2122, and Crook Mt Really Windy 141, along with others. This program will breed a better cow herd because of these sires, and the cows behind the sires. They have excellent udders and they are high fertility.

The calving ease bulls in the sale were met with good demand. Many of the buyers were repeats, testifying to the fact that these bulls work for their customers.

Top selling bulls of the day were Lots 6 and 10. They both sold to Dale Stoner from Kilgore, NE for $4,100 each. Both bulls were sired by VDAR Royal Duke 4047. The Lot 6 bull had EPDs of +6 CED, +2.4 BW, +51 WW, +90 YW, and+27 MILK. EPDs for Lot 10 included +6 CED, +1.8 BW, +54 WW, +91 YW, and +28 MILK. Both of these bulls weaned at over 700 pounds.

Randy Stoner from Kilgore chose Lot 38, a two-year-old Angus bull, at $3,500. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 208. With an 82 pound birth weight, he weaned at 710 pounds and posted EPDs of +9 CED, +0.5 BW, +51 WW, +93 YW, and +31 MILK.

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Lot 34, a two-year-old Angus bull, sold for $3,400 to Howard Heinert from Parmelee, SD. This was a really attractive bull by VDAR Right Time 1073, and out of a daughter of VDAR Ambush 2098. He had an 87 pound birth weight, and a whopping 803 pound weaning weight. His EPDs were +3.0 BW, +42 WW, +78 YW, and+26 MILK.

The top selling Hereford bull was Lot 8148U, a son of 6-6L1 Timesetter 18P. He had an 82 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 110, a yearling weight ratio of 105, and a REA ratio of 121. He sold for $2,750 to Russ Berry from Atkinson, NE.

The Eagle Valley Ranch from Valentine, NE paid $2,500 to own the Lot 8130U Hereford Bull. This Timesetter son, with an 88 pound birth weight, had a weaning weight ratio of 103.

The Dwight and LeRoy Logterman family sale featured a really stout set of Angus and Hereford bulls for their customers at the Valentine Livestock Auction. The good dispositions of these cattle were impressive, and they were well-grown, but not over fat.

The Hereford bulls were bred to provide plenty of growth and muscle, and yet provide the ranchers with excellent replacement heifers, both baldies and Herefords.

The Angus bulls were well received, and included the herd sires Hero 6267 of RR2418, VDAR New Design 2122, and Crook Mt Really Windy 141, along with others. This program will breed a better cow herd because of these sires, and the cows behind the sires. They have excellent udders and they are high fertility.

The calving ease bulls in the sale were met with good demand. Many of the buyers were repeats, testifying to the fact that these bulls work for their customers.

Top selling bulls of the day were Lots 6 and 10. They both sold to Dale Stoner from Kilgore, NE for $4,100 each. Both bulls were sired by VDAR Royal Duke 4047. The Lot 6 bull had EPDs of +6 CED, +2.4 BW, +51 WW, +90 YW, and+27 MILK. EPDs for Lot 10 included +6 CED, +1.8 BW, +54 WW, +91 YW, and +28 MILK. Both of these bulls weaned at over 700 pounds.

Randy Stoner from Kilgore chose Lot 38, a two-year-old Angus bull, at $3,500. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 208. With an 82 pound birth weight, he weaned at 710 pounds and posted EPDs of +9 CED, +0.5 BW, +51 WW, +93 YW, and +31 MILK.

Lot 34, a two-year-old Angus bull, sold for $3,400 to Howard Heinert from Parmelee, SD. This was a really attractive bull by VDAR Right Time 1073, and out of a daughter of VDAR Ambush 2098. He had an 87 pound birth weight, and a whopping 803 pound weaning weight. His EPDs were +3.0 BW, +42 WW, +78 YW, and+26 MILK.

The top selling Hereford bull was Lot 8148U, a son of 6-6L1 Timesetter 18P. He had an 82 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 110, a yearling weight ratio of 105, and a REA ratio of 121. He sold for $2,750 to Russ Berry from Atkinson, NE.

The Eagle Valley Ranch from Valentine, NE paid $2,500 to own the Lot 8130U Hereford Bull. This Timesetter son, with an 88 pound birth weight, had a weaning weight ratio of 103.

The Dwight and LeRoy Logterman family sale featured a really stout set of Angus and Hereford bulls for their customers at the Valentine Livestock Auction. The good dispositions of these cattle were impressive, and they were well-grown, but not over fat.

The Hereford bulls were bred to provide plenty of growth and muscle, and yet provide the ranchers with excellent replacement heifers, both baldies and Herefords.

The Angus bulls were well received, and included the herd sires Hero 6267 of RR2418, VDAR New Design 2122, and Crook Mt Really Windy 141, along with others. This program will breed a better cow herd because of these sires, and the cows behind the sires. They have excellent udders and they are high fertility.

The calving ease bulls in the sale were met with good demand. Many of the buyers were repeats, testifying to the fact that these bulls work for their customers.

Top selling bulls of the day were Lots 6 and 10. They both sold to Dale Stoner from Kilgore, NE for $4,100 each. Both bulls were sired by VDAR Royal Duke 4047. The Lot 6 bull had EPDs of +6 CED, +2.4 BW, +51 WW, +90 YW, and+27 MILK. EPDs for Lot 10 included +6 CED, +1.8 BW, +54 WW, +91 YW, and +28 MILK. Both of these bulls weaned at over 700 pounds.

Randy Stoner from Kilgore chose Lot 38, a two-year-old Angus bull, at $3,500. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 208. With an 82 pound birth weight, he weaned at 710 pounds and posted EPDs of +9 CED, +0.5 BW, +51 WW, +93 YW, and +31 MILK.

Lot 34, a two-year-old Angus bull, sold for $3,400 to Howard Heinert from Parmelee, SD. This was a really attractive bull by VDAR Right Time 1073, and out of a daughter of VDAR Ambush 2098. He had an 87 pound birth weight, and a whopping 803 pound weaning weight. His EPDs were +3.0 BW, +42 WW, +78 YW, and+26 MILK.

The top selling Hereford bull was Lot 8148U, a son of 6-6L1 Timesetter 18P. He had an 82 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 110, a yearling weight ratio of 105, and a REA ratio of 121. He sold for $2,750 to Russ Berry from Atkinson, NE.

The Eagle Valley Ranch from Valentine, NE paid $2,500 to own the Lot 8130U Hereford Bull. This Timesetter son, with an 88 pound birth weight, had a weaning weight ratio of 103.

The Dwight and LeRoy Logterman family sale featured a really stout set of Angus and Hereford bulls for their customers at the Valentine Livestock Auction. The good dispositions of these cattle were impressive, and they were well-grown, but not over fat.

The Hereford bulls were bred to provide plenty of growth and muscle, and yet provide the ranchers with excellent replacement heifers, both baldies and Herefords.

The Angus bulls were well received, and included the herd sires Hero 6267 of RR2418, VDAR New Design 2122, and Crook Mt Really Windy 141, along with others. This program will breed a better cow herd because of these sires, and the cows behind the sires. They have excellent udders and they are high fertility.

The calving ease bulls in the sale were met with good demand. Many of the buyers were repeats, testifying to the fact that these bulls work for their customers.

Top selling bulls of the day were Lots 6 and 10. They both sold to Dale Stoner from Kilgore, NE for $4,100 each. Both bulls were sired by VDAR Royal Duke 4047. The Lot 6 bull had EPDs of +6 CED, +2.4 BW, +51 WW, +90 YW, and+27 MILK. EPDs for Lot 10 included +6 CED, +1.8 BW, +54 WW, +91 YW, and +28 MILK. Both of these bulls weaned at over 700 pounds.

Randy Stoner from Kilgore chose Lot 38, a two-year-old Angus bull, at $3,500. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 208. With an 82 pound birth weight, he weaned at 710 pounds and posted EPDs of +9 CED, +0.5 BW, +51 WW, +93 YW, and +31 MILK.

Lot 34, a two-year-old Angus bull, sold for $3,400 to Howard Heinert from Parmelee, SD. This was a really attractive bull by VDAR Right Time 1073, and out of a daughter of VDAR Ambush 2098. He had an 87 pound birth weight, and a whopping 803 pound weaning weight. His EPDs were +3.0 BW, +42 WW, +78 YW, and+26 MILK.

The top selling Hereford bull was Lot 8148U, a son of 6-6L1 Timesetter 18P. He had an 82 pound birth weight, a weaning weight ratio of 110, a yearling weight ratio of 105, and a REA ratio of 121. He sold for $2,750 to Russ Berry from Atkinson, NE.

The Eagle Valley Ranch from Valentine, NE paid $2,500 to own the Lot 8130U Hereford Bull. This Timesetter son, with an 88 pound birth weight, had a weaning weight ratio of 103.

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