Raven Angus Annual Production Sale
February 20, 2018
Date of Sale: Feb. 13, 2018
Location: At the ranch, Colome, South Dakota
Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar
TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk
1 Pick of herd – $26,000
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78 Two year old bulls – $6,218
183 Yearling bulls – $5,779
There was another full house for the annual Raven Angus production sale. Again a special sale feature was the pick of the 2017 registered heifers that topped the sale at $26,000 to Ponca Creek Cattle Co., Bonesteel, S.D.
Top selling bull was lot 200, Raven Comrade D783, a March, 2016, son of Connealy Comrade 1385 selling to Deep Creek Angus, Midland, S.D., for $21,000.
Lot 2, Raven Powerball E5, a January, 2017, son of Raven Powerball 53 sold to Slovek Angus Ranch, Philip, S.D., for $20,000.
Lot 154, Raven Gold Rush E450, a February, 2017, son of Connealy Gold Rush sold to Cooper Waln, Parmalee, S.D., for $14,000.
Lot 44, Raven Payweight E133, a January, 2017, son of Basin Payweight 1682 sold to Todd Rothleutner, Kilgore, Nebraska, for $13,500.
Also at $13,500 was lot 58, Raven Broken Bow E412, a February, 2017, son of KM Broken Bow 002 selling to Dan Valburg, White River, S.D.
Edgar Bros., Rockham, S.D., got lot 60, Raven Valor E78 a January, 2017, son of PA Valor 201 at $13,000.
Also at $13,000 was another January, 2017, Valor son, lot 65, Raven Valor E186 went to Bob Ducheneaux. Mobridge, S.D.
Lot 235, Raven Power Tool D597, a March, 2016, son of PA Power Tool 9108 sold to Gary Ludemann, Springview, Nebraska, for $12,500.
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