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Keller Broken Heart Annual Production Sale

TSLN Rep: Dennis Ginkens

Date of Sale: March 3, 2022

Location: at the Ranch, Mandan, North Dakota



Auctioneer: Tracy Harl

Averages:



112 Bulls – $7,183

71 Heifers – $4,220

The Keller Broken Heart team offered a powerful set of bulls and females to a full house of repeat and new buyers.

Lot 34 – $90,000 – “KBHR J138,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by WS Proclamation E202 x Bar CK 106Z and sold to Rydeen Farms, Clearbrook, MN, All Beef LLC, Normal, IL. and Woonallee Simmentals, Australia.

Lot 78 – $32,000 – “KBHR J130,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by MR SR Red October G1761 x WS Electra E88 and sold to Thorstenson Lazy TV Ranch, Selby, SD.

Lot 69 – $30,000 – “KBHR J071,” Sim/Angus yearling bull, s. by G A R Home Town x KBHR Medora G132 and sold to River Creek Farms, Manhattan, KS.

Lot 9 – $18,000 – “KBHR J154,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by LBRS Genesis G69 x KBHR E197 and sold to Tim Seedorf and Nichols Farms, Sygnet, OH.

Lot 3 – $15,500 – “KBHR J105,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by Hook’s Beacon 56B x WS Miss Sugar C4 and sold to White Farms Simmental, Cherokee, OK.

Lot 7 – $15,000 – “KBHR J131,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by LBRS Genesis G69 x KBHR E197 and sold to Clear Springs Cattle Company, Cow Camp Ranch, and Cottonwood Cattle.

Lot 1 – $14,000 – “KBHR J140,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by CLRS Guardian 317G x WS Miss Sugar C4 and sold to Gilliland Livestock, Davis, CA.

Lot 84 – $13,000 – “KBHR J083,” Purebred yearling bull, s. by MR Sr Red October G1761 x WS Miss Electra E88 and sold to Erquiaga Cattle Company, Rushville, NE.

High-Selling Heifers:

Lot 125A – $50,000 – “KBHR J181 and KBHR J186,” Choice Lot, Sim/Angus open yearling heifers, s. by KBHR Quigley C154 x WS Miss Sugar C4 and sold to Nickeson Simmentals, Astoria, SD.

Lot 126 – $35,000 – “KBHR J085,” Purebred open yearling heifer, s. by MR SR Red October G1761 x WS Miss Electra and sold to Warner Simmentals, Grantsville, UT.

Collin Grommesh and son made the trip from Barnville, Minnesota.
Jenny Nelson and Aaron Davis

 

 


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