Lund’s B Bar Angus Ranch 2016 Sale Report
May 6, 2016
March 26, 2016
Bull Palace, Baker, MT
Auctioneer: Bob Osendorf
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
85 yearling bulls averaged: $4,832
It was a beautiful Saturday in Baker, MT at the Bull Palace for Lund's B Bar Angus bull sale. There was a warm welcome received by all customers from all over the territory. The bulls reflected the Lunds' laid-back and friendly personality that made evaluation a breeze in each and every pen. But that's not the only thing that makes this set of bulls special. They are bred, not to keep up with the industry leading sale toppers, but to be functional, long lasting, and sound. They were as uniform as the Army's infantry division from top to bottom, and from the day of weaning 'til they walked in the ring. I saw good people from all over at this sale ready to battle it out for the genetics the Lunds offer off one of the best cowherds in the country. Here is the cream off the top:
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Lot 357, B Bar Windy 7 3575, headed back to Sturgis, SD with Millar Angus for $12,000. He's sired by B Bar Windy 79 and was born 2/20/25 at 82lbs and was 779lbs on his 205. His EPDs include BW 1.0, WW 49, YW 87, and Milk 23.
Lot 900, B Bar Identity 9005, caught the eye of Lindscov-Thiel Ranch in Isabel, SD for $9,250. This Sitz Identity 2575 son was born 2/23/15 at 80lbs and was 792lbs on his 205. His EPDs are BW 2.1, WW 61, YW 113, and Milk 21.
Selling for $8,750 was Lot 302, B Bar Windy 7 3025, staying close to home with the Meccage Ranch of Baker, MT. Another B Bar Windy 79 son with excellent EPDs of BW 0.3, WW 52, YW 79, and Milk 27. He was born 2/15/15 at 71lbs and was 814lbs on his 205.
Regency Acres of Lambert, MT purchased Lot 396, B Bar Churchill 3965, for $8,000. This VDAR Churchill 1063 son was born 2/6/15 at 85lbs and was a whopping 825lbs on his 205. He posted EPDs of BW -0.2, WW 55, YW 90, and Milk 22.
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