Gray’s Angus Ranch “2nd Century” Performance Bull Sale
Date: Mar. 19
Location: At the ranch, near Harrison, Nebraska
Auctioneer: Leo McDonnell
TSLN Rep.: Joe Vodicka
39 two-year old bulls – $4,499
89 yearling bulls – $4,809
128 total bulls – $4,714
Rod and Laura Gray and family, Grays Angus Ranch, are now in their seventh generation of family ranching. As a multigenerational Angus breeder, they are set on keeping that family legacy alive. As part of keeping the legacy going, they are committed to faith, family and freedom, along with raising excellent Angus cattle.
Their program is based on meeting the demands of the beef industry from all sectors. Feed efficiency, proven carcass traits, performance along with maintaining superior maternal traits are what keeps repeat buyers coming back and purchasing their bulls. They look forward to forging a relationship with their customers and being their source for top Angus genetics.
Top Two-Year Old Bulls
Lot 40 – $6,500– son of Gray’s Emblem 419 sold to Max Princehouse, Toledo, Iowa.
Lot 4 – $6,500 – son of Gray’s Cooper 884 sold to David Wright, Neligh, Nebraska
Lot 23 – $6,500 – son of Gray’s Emblem 4472 sold to David Wright, Neligh, Nebraska
Lot 7 – $6,500 – son of Gray’s WKD 458 sold to David Wright, Neligh, Nebraska
Top Yearling Bulls
Lot 87 – $10,000 – son of Baldridge Willie Y34 sold to Bryan Palm, Mitchell, Nebraska
Lot 96 – $10,000 – son of Connealy Black Granite sold to Pass Creek Angus, Wyola, Montana
Lot 61 – $9,750 – son of Coleman Charlo 0256 sold to Rick Olson, Hemingford, Nebraska
Lot 48 – $9,500 – son of Connealy Courage 25L sold to Robert Roush, Gillette, Wyoming
Lot 77 – $9,000 – son of Connealy Confidence 0100 sold to Gerald Risse, Martin, South Dakota
Lot 55 – $9,000 – son of Connealy Black Granite sold to Steve Simpson, Buffalo Gap, South Dakota