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Varilek Angus 57th Annual Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

Charles Mogck of Mogck & Sons, Olivet, SD, bought the top selling bull of the sale.

Varilek Angus hosted a big crowd for their annual sale held at the new facilities at the ranch. This new sale barn was impressive in its details and effectiveness. The building was beautiful inside, from the bleachers that were built on the ranch, to the loft and the natural lighting on the south side. Mick Varilek did all the extra details to make this one of the really functional sale barns that we get a chance to see.

The ranch is located on the edge of the Missouri River Breaks and that helps to showcase the usefulness of this good herd of Angus cattle.

The top end of this year’s set of bulls was as good as I’ve seen this spring.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 130, selling for $10,000 to Mogck & Sons Angus from Olivet, SD. This was just an outstanding individual, being deep and thick and long, with a big top. The interesting thing about this bull was that he was totally bred in the Varilek program. His sires, his mother, and his dam’s sire were all raised in the Varilek program. He was a two-year-old son of Varilek New Design 5166 and out of a daughter of Varilek New Design 2148. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +56 WW, +22 MM, +100 YW, +0.25 MARB, and +0.28 REA. He had an 80 pound birth weight, and weaned at 870 pounds to go with a yearling weight of 1,395 pounds.

Varilek Angus hosted a big crowd for their annual sale held at the new facilities at the ranch. This new sale barn was impressive in its details and effectiveness. The building was beautiful inside, from the bleachers that were built on the ranch, to the loft and the natural lighting on the south side. Mick Varilek did all the extra details to make this one of the really functional sale barns that we get a chance to see.

The ranch is located on the edge of the Missouri River Breaks and that helps to showcase the usefulness of this good herd of Angus cattle.

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The top end of this year’s set of bulls was as good as I’ve seen this spring.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 130, selling for $10,000 to Mogck & Sons Angus from Olivet, SD. This was just an outstanding individual, being deep and thick and long, with a big top. The interesting thing about this bull was that he was totally bred in the Varilek program. His sires, his mother, and his dam’s sire were all raised in the Varilek program. He was a two-year-old son of Varilek New Design 5166 and out of a daughter of Varilek New Design 2148. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +56 WW, +22 MM, +100 YW, +0.25 MARB, and +0.28 REA. He had an 80 pound birth weight, and weaned at 870 pounds to go with a yearling weight of 1,395 pounds.

Varilek Angus hosted a big crowd for their annual sale held at the new facilities at the ranch. This new sale barn was impressive in its details and effectiveness. The building was beautiful inside, from the bleachers that were built on the ranch, to the loft and the natural lighting on the south side. Mick Varilek did all the extra details to make this one of the really functional sale barns that we get a chance to see.

The ranch is located on the edge of the Missouri River Breaks and that helps to showcase the usefulness of this good herd of Angus cattle.

The top end of this year’s set of bulls was as good as I’ve seen this spring.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 130, selling for $10,000 to Mogck & Sons Angus from Olivet, SD. This was just an outstanding individual, being deep and thick and long, with a big top. The interesting thing about this bull was that he was totally bred in the Varilek program. His sires, his mother, and his dam’s sire were all raised in the Varilek program. He was a two-year-old son of Varilek New Design 5166 and out of a daughter of Varilek New Design 2148. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +56 WW, +22 MM, +100 YW, +0.25 MARB, and +0.28 REA. He had an 80 pound birth weight, and weaned at 870 pounds to go with a yearling weight of 1,395 pounds.

Varilek Angus hosted a big crowd for their annual sale held at the new facilities at the ranch. This new sale barn was impressive in its details and effectiveness. The building was beautiful inside, from the bleachers that were built on the ranch, to the loft and the natural lighting on the south side. Mick Varilek did all the extra details to make this one of the really functional sale barns that we get a chance to see.

The ranch is located on the edge of the Missouri River Breaks and that helps to showcase the usefulness of this good herd of Angus cattle.

The top end of this year’s set of bulls was as good as I’ve seen this spring.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 130, selling for $10,000 to Mogck & Sons Angus from Olivet, SD. This was just an outstanding individual, being deep and thick and long, with a big top. The interesting thing about this bull was that he was totally bred in the Varilek program. His sires, his mother, and his dam’s sire were all raised in the Varilek program. He was a two-year-old son of Varilek New Design 5166 and out of a daughter of Varilek New Design 2148. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +56 WW, +22 MM, +100 YW, +0.25 MARB, and +0.28 REA. He had an 80 pound birth weight, and weaned at 870 pounds to go with a yearling weight of 1,395 pounds.

Varilek Angus hosted a big crowd for their annual sale held at the new facilities at the ranch. This new sale barn was impressive in its details and effectiveness. The building was beautiful inside, from the bleachers that were built on the ranch, to the loft and the natural lighting on the south side. Mick Varilek did all the extra details to make this one of the really functional sale barns that we get a chance to see.

The ranch is located on the edge of the Missouri River Breaks and that helps to showcase the usefulness of this good herd of Angus cattle.

The top end of this year’s set of bulls was as good as I’ve seen this spring.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 130, selling for $10,000 to Mogck & Sons Angus from Olivet, SD. This was just an outstanding individual, being deep and thick and long, with a big top. The interesting thing about this bull was that he was totally bred in the Varilek program. His sires, his mother, and his dam’s sire were all raised in the Varilek program. He was a two-year-old son of Varilek New Design 5166 and out of a daughter of Varilek New Design 2148. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +56 WW, +22 MM, +100 YW, +0.25 MARB, and +0.28 REA. He had an 80 pound birth weight, and weaned at 870 pounds to go with a yearling weight of 1,395 pounds.

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