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Stout Charolais 30th Annual Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

Bob Cerney of Kadoka, SD bought the top bull, Lot 23.

A crowd of mostly repeat buyers gathered at Philip Livestock to view and bid on this good selection of bulls brought to town by Jerry and Annie Stout. These Stout Charolais bulls have built a reputation for adding thickness, quality, and growth to some of the best feeder cattle in western South Dakota. Commercial cattlemen keep coming back year after year to buy these good bulls. This area has a reputation for outstanding Charolais cross feeder cattle, and many are sired by Stout bulls.

Jerry Stout offers a first year breeding season guarantee, and will continue to feed these bulls until May 1st when the bulls will be semen tested and delivered.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 23, a bull I liked extremely well. He was very smooth, and had a beautiful polled Charolais head. He was long and thickmade throughout. He was a son of ASC Eliminator 032 and out of a Sir Mac bred cow. His EPDs were -1.7 BW, +28 WW, +11 Milk, and +36 YW. He had a 98 pound birth weight, a 205 day weaning weight of 723 pounds to ratio 116. His yearling weight was 1,184 pounds to ratio 110. Long time repeat buyer Bob Cerney from Kadoka, SD found this good bull at $3,400.

A crowd of mostly repeat buyers gathered at Philip Livestock to view and bid on this good selection of bulls brought to town by Jerry and Annie Stout. These Stout Charolais bulls have built a reputation for adding thickness, quality, and growth to some of the best feeder cattle in western South Dakota. Commercial cattlemen keep coming back year after year to buy these good bulls. This area has a reputation for outstanding Charolais cross feeder cattle, and many are sired by Stout bulls.

Jerry Stout offers a first year breeding season guarantee, and will continue to feed these bulls until May 1st when the bulls will be semen tested and delivered.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 23, a bull I liked extremely well. He was very smooth, and had a beautiful polled Charolais head. He was long and thickmade throughout. He was a son of ASC Eliminator 032 and out of a Sir Mac bred cow. His EPDs were -1.7 BW, +28 WW, +11 Milk, and +36 YW. He had a 98 pound birth weight, a 205 day weaning weight of 723 pounds to ratio 116. His yearling weight was 1,184 pounds to ratio 110. Long time repeat buyer Bob Cerney from Kadoka, SD found this good bull at $3,400.

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A crowd of mostly repeat buyers gathered at Philip Livestock to view and bid on this good selection of bulls brought to town by Jerry and Annie Stout. These Stout Charolais bulls have built a reputation for adding thickness, quality, and growth to some of the best feeder cattle in western South Dakota. Commercial cattlemen keep coming back year after year to buy these good bulls. This area has a reputation for outstanding Charolais cross feeder cattle, and many are sired by Stout bulls.

Jerry Stout offers a first year breeding season guarantee, and will continue to feed these bulls until May 1st when the bulls will be semen tested and delivered.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 23, a bull I liked extremely well. He was very smooth, and had a beautiful polled Charolais head. He was long and thickmade throughout. He was a son of ASC Eliminator 032 and out of a Sir Mac bred cow. His EPDs were -1.7 BW, +28 WW, +11 Milk, and +36 YW. He had a 98 pound birth weight, a 205 day weaning weight of 723 pounds to ratio 116. His yearling weight was 1,184 pounds to ratio 110. Long time repeat buyer Bob Cerney from Kadoka, SD found this good bull at $3,400.

A crowd of mostly repeat buyers gathered at Philip Livestock to view and bid on this good selection of bulls brought to town by Jerry and Annie Stout. These Stout Charolais bulls have built a reputation for adding thickness, quality, and growth to some of the best feeder cattle in western South Dakota. Commercial cattlemen keep coming back year after year to buy these good bulls. This area has a reputation for outstanding Charolais cross feeder cattle, and many are sired by Stout bulls.

Jerry Stout offers a first year breeding season guarantee, and will continue to feed these bulls until May 1st when the bulls will be semen tested and delivered.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 23, a bull I liked extremely well. He was very smooth, and had a beautiful polled Charolais head. He was long and thickmade throughout. He was a son of ASC Eliminator 032 and out of a Sir Mac bred cow. His EPDs were -1.7 BW, +28 WW, +11 Milk, and +36 YW. He had a 98 pound birth weight, a 205 day weaning weight of 723 pounds to ratio 116. His yearling weight was 1,184 pounds to ratio 110. Long time repeat buyer Bob Cerney from Kadoka, SD found this good bull at $3,400.

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