Flying W Red Angus with Rock Creek Red Angus & Ressler Land & Cattle Production Sale
April 2, 2016
Kist Livestock, Mandan, ND
Auctioneer: Dustin Carter
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
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35 2-year-old bulls: $3,161
3 yearling show heifers: $3,433
9 commercial bred heifers: $1,875
It’s always a pleasure to be at Kist Livestock in Mandan, ND for the Flying W and Rock Creek Red Angus herds. New to the helm is Ressler Land & Cattle, so look forward to the creativity of these guys in the future. The bulls offered this year were, as always, some solid, grown-out two-year-olds with a lot of bone and structure. If there were a need for a mature bull that should hold up, this would be a good place to look. In the offering were some fancier show heifers you’ll ever lay eyes on or put your hand in the air for, they were in short supply so the bidding was fierce on these girls. Not many words in my vocabulary to describe the rest of the sale, Colonel Dustin Carter kept us trucking along, and here is the top end:
Lot 38, Flying W Xtra 190B, topped the sale at $4,900 to Dale Pederson of Luverne, ND. He’s sired by Flying W Xtra 111X and was born 5/22/14 at 78lbs and was 627lbs on his ADJ WW. His EPDs include BW 0.1, WW 69, YW 100, and Milk 17.
Lot 14, Flying W Headline 213B, was sold for $4,600 to Ressler Land & Cattle of Cooperstown, ND. Sired by SR Headwack 235, this bull was born 5/28/14 at 74lbs and was 526lbs on his ADJ WW. He recorded EPDs of BW -0.9, WW 55, YW 99, and Milk 20.
Lot 4, Flying W Got R Did 163B, was sold for $4,500 to Donald Johnson of Roberts, MT. He’s sired by Flying W Got R Did 243Y and posted EPDs of BW 1.4, WW 74, YW 116, and Milk 17. He was born 5/15/14 at 86lbs and was 674lbs on his ADJ WW.
LaPlant Ranch of Binford, ND bought Lot 3, RCRA Xtra Special 066B, for $4,000. This bull is sired by Flying W Xtra 111X and was born 5/21/14 at 84lbs while recording 766lbs on his ADJ WW. His EPDs include BW -0.1, WW 81, YW 117, and Milk 13.
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