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Roy Cranston Herefords 17th Annual Bull & Heifer Sale

Doug Hogan

Photos by Doug HoganRepeat buyer Gary Henery of Harrison, NE views the bulls prior to the sale.

Feb. 22, 2008

St. Onge (SD) Livestock

Seth Weishaar

Top 5 – $3,800; Top 10 – $3,525; 38 total bulls – $2,506; 39 heifers – $805

Roy and Janet Cranston held their 17th annual bull and heifer sale with an outstanding set of bulls that were sorted for easy viewing. Roy and Janet take great pride in their bulls as they are raised to cover the country. These bulls received no creep feed, just short grasses, due to drought conditions but their breeding program has allowed these bulls to grow.

Feb. 22, 2008

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St. Onge (SD) Livestock

Seth Weishaar

Top 5 – $3,800; Top 10 – $3,525; 38 total bulls – $2,506; 39 heifers – $805

Roy and Janet Cranston held their 17th annual bull and heifer sale with an outstanding set of bulls that were sorted for easy viewing. Roy and Janet take great pride in their bulls as they are raised to cover the country. These bulls received no creep feed, just short grasses, due to drought conditions but their breeding program has allowed these bulls to grow.

Feb. 22, 2008

St. Onge (SD) Livestock

Seth Weishaar

Top 5 – $3,800; Top 10 – $3,525; 38 total bulls – $2,506; 39 heifers – $805

Roy and Janet Cranston held their 17th annual bull and heifer sale with an outstanding set of bulls that were sorted for easy viewing. Roy and Janet take great pride in their bulls as they are raised to cover the country. These bulls received no creep feed, just short grasses, due to drought conditions but their breeding program has allowed these bulls to grow.

Feb. 22, 2008

St. Onge (SD) Livestock

Seth Weishaar

Top 5 – $3,800; Top 10 – $3,525; 38 total bulls – $2,506; 39 heifers – $805

Roy and Janet Cranston held their 17th annual bull and heifer sale with an outstanding set of bulls that were sorted for easy viewing. Roy and Janet take great pride in their bulls as they are raised to cover the country. These bulls received no creep feed, just short grasses, due to drought conditions but their breeding program has allowed these bulls to grow.

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