Cedarflo Angus Production Sale
March 17, 2016
Date: Feb. 24, 2016
Location: Lemmon Livestock, Lemmon, S.D.
Auctioneer: Scott Weishaar
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
47 yearling Angus bulls – $4,617
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28 yearling Angus heifers – $1,268
The weather was steady as it has been all spring at Lemmon, South Dakota for the Cedarflo Angus Production Sale. There was a diverse set of genetics available, all equal in quality. These bulls offered are raised with no creep feed and weaned on a high roughage ration but looked the part of herd bulls on sale day. They were an athletic offering ready to go out and get the job done, and look good doing it too. Dave and Jeremy did a tremendous job and hats off to a great sale. Here's the top end:
• High seller: Lot 755, Cedarflo Tombstone 755, was the top seller at $8,500 going home with Boyd Ellingson of Shadehill, South Dakota. He is a son of Tombstone 050 and records EPDs of BW -0.5, WW 65, YW 110, and Milk 27. This calving ease bull was born Feb. 18, 2015, at 74 pounds and was 726 pounds on the Adj. 205.
• Second high seller: Rick Holzkamm of Hettinger, North Dakota, purchased Lot 55, Cedarflo Excitement 55, for $7,500. This Basin Excitement put up great EPDs of BW 0.6, WW 54, YW 98, and Milk 20. He was born Feb. 2, 2015 at 89 pounds while recoding a 652 pounds on his Adj. 205.
• Third high seller: Selling for $7,250 was Lot 395, Cedarflo Comrade 395, to Wolentz and Sons of Baker, Montana. Here is a Connealy Comrade 1385 son with EPDs of BW -2.2, WW 55, YW 101, and Milk 19. He was born Feb. 11, 2015, at 71 pounds and was 655 pounds on his Adj. 205.
• Fourth high seller: Boyd Ellingson of Shadehill, South Dakota went home with Lot 375, Cedarflo Comrade 375, for $6,750. He's another Comrade son with calving ease in his EPDs of BW 0.3, WW 56, YW 99, and Milk 23. He was born Feb. 9, 2015, at 84 pounds and his Adj. 205 was 723 pounds.
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