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Pieper Red Angus 22nd Annual Performance Leader Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

Brandon Wyckoff of Brewster, NE.

Pieper Red Angus, owned by Mark and Deb Pieper, along with their son, Tate, hosted a big crowd for their annual spring production sale held at their ranch west of Rushville, NE.

The Pieper herd is built around one of the top registered Red Angus cow herds in America. At the 2011 Black Hills Stock Show, they exhibited an open heifer that was named Grand Champion Red Angus female. She sold for a new record price of $19,000.

When you drive into the ranch headquarters, there are cow-calf pairs in the pasture, giving visitors an opportunity to see how these beautiful females work.

This sale stayed exceptionally strong way into the sale, and the females saw tremendous demand throughout the day.

Top-selling bull of the day was Lot 9, PIE Meat Wagon 070, a son of HXC Conquest 4405P. He was out of a daughter of Great Northern 2562 who had an MPPA of 102. With a birth weight of 74 lbs., he posted a weaning weight of 662 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,271 lbs. He scanned a REA of 14.67 to ratio 109, and he had an IMF of 3.99 to ratio 116. His EPDs included BW -1.5, WW +41, YW +86, Milk +14, TM +35, ME +6, HPG +10 and STAY +11. He sold for $17,500 to Triple S Red Angus from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lot 5 had the look of a real show bull, with loads of eye appeal. He was PIE Hustler 0103, a son of Red SVR Gangster 14S, out of a daughter of BFCK Cherokee Cnyn 4912 who had an MPPA of 101.1. Bradbury Land and Cattle from Byers, CO, paid $13,500 to own this outstanding bull with a 14.33 square inch ribeye and an IMF of 4.40 to ratio 130.

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Hueftle Cattle Co. from Cozad, NE, chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $12,500. Named PIE Gambler 0230, he was a son of VGW Game Plan 508, out of a Hoss daughter. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 682 lbs., and had a yearling weight of 1,200 lbs.

Rocking R Red Angus from Plainville, KS, bought Lot 18 at $9,000. With a weaning weight of 746 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs., you will remember his name, PIE Headliner 0337.

Lot 1 sold for $9,000 to Bradbury Land and Cattle. He was sired by LCB Hoss with a 75-lb. birth weight, and a weaning weight of 703 lbs. to ratio 111.

Lot 3 sold for $9,000 to Sandy Willow Red Angus from Waubay, SD. He was PIE Paycheck 064 with an 84-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 783 lbs. to ratio 124 and posted a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs. to ratio 119.

Headlining the Black Angus portion of the sale was Lot 110, selling for $7,000 to Larry Rule from Mission, SD. He was a Net Worth son, going back to Traveler 004.

The top registered Red Angus heifer was Lot 153 who sold for $2,800 to Eric Ravenscroft from Nenzel, NE.

This was a great sale! The Piepers have a unique way of making you feel good whenever you see them.

Pieper Red Angus, owned by Mark and Deb Pieper, along with their son, Tate, hosted a big crowd for their annual spring production sale held at their ranch west of Rushville, NE.

The Pieper herd is built around one of the top registered Red Angus cow herds in America. At the 2011 Black Hills Stock Show, they exhibited an open heifer that was named Grand Champion Red Angus female. She sold for a new record price of $19,000.

When you drive into the ranch headquarters, there are cow-calf pairs in the pasture, giving visitors an opportunity to see how these beautiful females work.

This sale stayed exceptionally strong way into the sale, and the females saw tremendous demand throughout the day.

Top-selling bull of the day was Lot 9, PIE Meat Wagon 070, a son of HXC Conquest 4405P. He was out of a daughter of Great Northern 2562 who had an MPPA of 102. With a birth weight of 74 lbs., he posted a weaning weight of 662 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,271 lbs. He scanned a REA of 14.67 to ratio 109, and he had an IMF of 3.99 to ratio 116. His EPDs included BW -1.5, WW +41, YW +86, Milk +14, TM +35, ME +6, HPG +10 and STAY +11. He sold for $17,500 to Triple S Red Angus from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lot 5 had the look of a real show bull, with loads of eye appeal. He was PIE Hustler 0103, a son of Red SVR Gangster 14S, out of a daughter of BFCK Cherokee Cnyn 4912 who had an MPPA of 101.1. Bradbury Land and Cattle from Byers, CO, paid $13,500 to own this outstanding bull with a 14.33 square inch ribeye and an IMF of 4.40 to ratio 130.

Hueftle Cattle Co. from Cozad, NE, chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $12,500. Named PIE Gambler 0230, he was a son of VGW Game Plan 508, out of a Hoss daughter. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 682 lbs., and had a yearling weight of 1,200 lbs.

Rocking R Red Angus from Plainville, KS, bought Lot 18 at $9,000. With a weaning weight of 746 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs., you will remember his name, PIE Headliner 0337.

Lot 1 sold for $9,000 to Bradbury Land and Cattle. He was sired by LCB Hoss with a 75-lb. birth weight, and a weaning weight of 703 lbs. to ratio 111.

Lot 3 sold for $9,000 to Sandy Willow Red Angus from Waubay, SD. He was PIE Paycheck 064 with an 84-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 783 lbs. to ratio 124 and posted a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs. to ratio 119.

Headlining the Black Angus portion of the sale was Lot 110, selling for $7,000 to Larry Rule from Mission, SD. He was a Net Worth son, going back to Traveler 004.

The top registered Red Angus heifer was Lot 153 who sold for $2,800 to Eric Ravenscroft from Nenzel, NE.

This was a great sale! The Piepers have a unique way of making you feel good whenever you see them.

Pieper Red Angus, owned by Mark and Deb Pieper, along with their son, Tate, hosted a big crowd for their annual spring production sale held at their ranch west of Rushville, NE.

The Pieper herd is built around one of the top registered Red Angus cow herds in America. At the 2011 Black Hills Stock Show, they exhibited an open heifer that was named Grand Champion Red Angus female. She sold for a new record price of $19,000.

When you drive into the ranch headquarters, there are cow-calf pairs in the pasture, giving visitors an opportunity to see how these beautiful females work.

This sale stayed exceptionally strong way into the sale, and the females saw tremendous demand throughout the day.

Top-selling bull of the day was Lot 9, PIE Meat Wagon 070, a son of HXC Conquest 4405P. He was out of a daughter of Great Northern 2562 who had an MPPA of 102. With a birth weight of 74 lbs., he posted a weaning weight of 662 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,271 lbs. He scanned a REA of 14.67 to ratio 109, and he had an IMF of 3.99 to ratio 116. His EPDs included BW -1.5, WW +41, YW +86, Milk +14, TM +35, ME +6, HPG +10 and STAY +11. He sold for $17,500 to Triple S Red Angus from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lot 5 had the look of a real show bull, with loads of eye appeal. He was PIE Hustler 0103, a son of Red SVR Gangster 14S, out of a daughter of BFCK Cherokee Cnyn 4912 who had an MPPA of 101.1. Bradbury Land and Cattle from Byers, CO, paid $13,500 to own this outstanding bull with a 14.33 square inch ribeye and an IMF of 4.40 to ratio 130.

Hueftle Cattle Co. from Cozad, NE, chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $12,500. Named PIE Gambler 0230, he was a son of VGW Game Plan 508, out of a Hoss daughter. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 682 lbs., and had a yearling weight of 1,200 lbs.

Rocking R Red Angus from Plainville, KS, bought Lot 18 at $9,000. With a weaning weight of 746 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs., you will remember his name, PIE Headliner 0337.

Lot 1 sold for $9,000 to Bradbury Land and Cattle. He was sired by LCB Hoss with a 75-lb. birth weight, and a weaning weight of 703 lbs. to ratio 111.

Lot 3 sold for $9,000 to Sandy Willow Red Angus from Waubay, SD. He was PIE Paycheck 064 with an 84-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 783 lbs. to ratio 124 and posted a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs. to ratio 119.

Headlining the Black Angus portion of the sale was Lot 110, selling for $7,000 to Larry Rule from Mission, SD. He was a Net Worth son, going back to Traveler 004.

The top registered Red Angus heifer was Lot 153 who sold for $2,800 to Eric Ravenscroft from Nenzel, NE.

This was a great sale! The Piepers have a unique way of making you feel good whenever you see them.

Pieper Red Angus, owned by Mark and Deb Pieper, along with their son, Tate, hosted a big crowd for their annual spring production sale held at their ranch west of Rushville, NE.

The Pieper herd is built around one of the top registered Red Angus cow herds in America. At the 2011 Black Hills Stock Show, they exhibited an open heifer that was named Grand Champion Red Angus female. She sold for a new record price of $19,000.

When you drive into the ranch headquarters, there are cow-calf pairs in the pasture, giving visitors an opportunity to see how these beautiful females work.

This sale stayed exceptionally strong way into the sale, and the females saw tremendous demand throughout the day.

Top-selling bull of the day was Lot 9, PIE Meat Wagon 070, a son of HXC Conquest 4405P. He was out of a daughter of Great Northern 2562 who had an MPPA of 102. With a birth weight of 74 lbs., he posted a weaning weight of 662 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,271 lbs. He scanned a REA of 14.67 to ratio 109, and he had an IMF of 3.99 to ratio 116. His EPDs included BW -1.5, WW +41, YW +86, Milk +14, TM +35, ME +6, HPG +10 and STAY +11. He sold for $17,500 to Triple S Red Angus from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lot 5 had the look of a real show bull, with loads of eye appeal. He was PIE Hustler 0103, a son of Red SVR Gangster 14S, out of a daughter of BFCK Cherokee Cnyn 4912 who had an MPPA of 101.1. Bradbury Land and Cattle from Byers, CO, paid $13,500 to own this outstanding bull with a 14.33 square inch ribeye and an IMF of 4.40 to ratio 130.

Hueftle Cattle Co. from Cozad, NE, chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $12,500. Named PIE Gambler 0230, he was a son of VGW Game Plan 508, out of a Hoss daughter. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 682 lbs., and had a yearling weight of 1,200 lbs.

Rocking R Red Angus from Plainville, KS, bought Lot 18 at $9,000. With a weaning weight of 746 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs., you will remember his name, PIE Headliner 0337.

Lot 1 sold for $9,000 to Bradbury Land and Cattle. He was sired by LCB Hoss with a 75-lb. birth weight, and a weaning weight of 703 lbs. to ratio 111.

Lot 3 sold for $9,000 to Sandy Willow Red Angus from Waubay, SD. He was PIE Paycheck 064 with an 84-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 783 lbs. to ratio 124 and posted a yearling weight of 1,365 lbs. to ratio 119.

Headlining the Black Angus portion of the sale was Lot 110, selling for $7,000 to Larry Rule from Mission, SD. He was a Net Worth son, going back to Traveler 004.

The top registered Red Angus heifer was Lot 153 who sold for $2,800 to Eric Ravenscroft from Nenzel, NE.

This was a great sale! The Piepers have a unique way of making you feel good whenever you see them.

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