Brozik Angus Ranch
April 3, 2015 Winner Livestock Auction, Winner, South Dakota
Auctioneer: Cody Moore
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
36 Angus bulls averaged: $5,188
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It was a good day for a bull sale in Winner, South Dakota at the Winner Livestock Auction on April 3, 2015 for the Brozik Angus Ranch bull sale. The bulls in the offering were smooth looking with a great disposition. They also carried the genetics and performance to pack the pounds on feeder cattle or produce well balanced seed stock. The Broziks run a solid, honest program that was supported by many close ranchers who appreciated the top quality. This is the cream off the top:
Topping the sale and out of a great cow family was Lot 3, BAR Bullseye 4034, who sold for $9,000 to Ken Hrabanek of Colome, South Dakota. This Mogck Bullseye son posted EPDs of BW 89, WW 68, Milk 25, and YW 113. He was born 2/4/14 weighing 89lbs and had an Adj. 205 of 737lbs.
Lot 6, BAR Bullseye 4029, another good Mogck Bullseye son catching some eyes and selling for $8,500 to John Ishmael of Winner, South Dakota. Born 2/2/14 weighing 102lbs and has an Adj. 205 of 713lbs. This bigger framed power bull posted EPDs of BW 5.7, WW 64, YW 110, and Milk 27.
Ed Sinclair of Gregory, South Dakota pulled the trigger at $8,000 on Lot 1, BAR Bullseye 4009, a Mogck Bullseye son. This calving ease bull posted EPDs of BW 0.3, WW 67, YW 116, and Milk 29. He was born 1/20/14 out of a Hoover Dam daughter weighing 72lbs and has an Adj. 205 685lbs.
At $8,000 Lot 33, BAR Eliminator 4025, sold to Leon Kerner of Gregory, South Dakota. Sired by SAV Eliminator 9105 and weighing 83lbs at birth on 1/30/14, this eye catcher has and Adj. 205 of 660lbs. His EPDs include BW 1.5, WW 58, YW 101, and Milk 27.
Lot 35, BAR Bismark 4036, also sold for $8,000. Sired by SAV Bismark 5682 and was purchased by Dale Krumpus of Colome, South Dakota he posted EPDs of BW -0.6, WW 59, YW 96, and Milk 25. He was born 2/5/14 weighing in at 80lbs and has an Adj. 205 of 709lbs.
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