Chestnut Angus Farm 17th Annual Production Sale
June 25, 2015
Date: Feb. 25, 2015
Location: at the place, Pipestone, Minnesota
Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar
Manager: Eberspacher Enterprises
Reported by: Chris Effling
Guest consignor: Craig and Angie Raatz, Jasper, Minnesota
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44 Ylg Angus bulls – $6,034
5 Simmental and Sim Angus bulls – $3,500
4 Angus bred heifers – $4,500
14 Commerical bred cows – $3,329
3 pairs – $3,267
Glen and Sherry Johnson held their annual sale with sons Wesley and Dauson at the home place near Pipestone, Minnesota, this spring. The family and bulls had just come off of a Denver "high" where they exhibited the Reserve Grand Champion Pen of 3 bulls and a carload. They also showed the Supreme Champion Bull at the Black Hills Stock Show.
This program focuses on growth, performance and muscularity in their cattle but they don't forget about eye appeal as was evident looking over the bulls and in watching the quick bidding of the crowd.
Lot 2 – $13,000 to Collins Angus Ranch, Fruitland, Idaho. This member of the Denver pen was a Connealy Final Product son out of a Chestnut Power One-sired female. EPDs – BW 3.8 WW 75, YW 126, Milk 33; Actuals BW 90 pounds, WW 997 pounds.
Lot 4 – $11,000 to Bussmus Angus, Mitchell, South Dakota. The lead bull in the carload, this Power 119 son, is out of an Alternative female. Actuals – BW 90 pounds, WW 972 pounds; EPDs BW 3.7, WW 65, YW 105, Milk 32.
Lot 5 – $10,500 to M and D Partnership , Luverne, Minnesota. This Mogck Sureshot son out of a Danny 387 daughter
posted a 75 pound BWand an 819 pound WW.
Lot 7 – $9,000 to Mark Hiniker, Pipestone, Minnesota. This First Round son out of a Lookout daughter posted a 92 pound BW and 905 WW.
Lot 13 – $9,000 to Webb Ranch, Isabel, South Dakota. This First Round son out of a Hammer daughter came in with an 86 pound BW and an 891 pound WW.
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