Rockingtree Red Angus Annual Production Sale
April 6, 2016
March 24, 2016 Belle Fourche Livestock Auction, Belle Fourche, SD
Auctioneer: Jon Millar
TSLN Rep: Rowdy Benson
27 yearling bulls averaged: $3,380
It was a fine day in Belle Fourche, South Dakota for the Annual Rockingtree Red Angus Production Sale. The bulls were in really good condition, pulling together some good traits of length and depth. The goal of this operation is to raise cows under 1200 lbs, eat less than 30 lbs of dry matter per day, all while weaning a calf that weighs over 45 percent of her body weight. These bulls do look the part of efficiency and I believe Randy Hallock is reaching his goal. The structure on these bulls made for a large majority calving ease offering. Here are the top sellers:
Lot 6, IRTR 1522, reached for the stars at $6,750 and is heading to Alzada, MT with Jack Owen. Sired by Brown JYJ Redemption Y1334, this bull posted EPDs of BW -6.1, WW 44, YW 78, and Milk 19. He was born 2/14/15 at 72lbs and has a 699lbs Adj. 205.
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Selling for $6,000 was Lot 44, IRTR 1539, to Bob Arndt of Arvada, WY. This Beckton New Era A332 E2 son was born 2/28/15 at 67lbs and was a whopping 659lbs on his Adj. 205. His EPDs include BW -5.0, WW 28, YW 41, and Milk 25.
Jack Owen of Alzada, MT also took home Lot 1,IRTR 1518, a.k.a. the deal of the day at $4,500. Here was a Redemption son with good EPDs of BW -4.3, WW 61, YW 106, and Milk 16. He was born 2/6/15 at 71lbs and scored 739lbs on his Adj. 205.
Lot 24, IRTR 1520, was sold to Gary Rusley of Baker, MT for $4250. This Beckton Halfmann Hustler R588 son was born 2/7/15 at 82lbs and was 761lbs on his Adj. 205. His EPDs include BW -4.2, WW 59, YW 92, and Milk 15.
Lot 41, IRTR 1564, was sold to Gary Rusley of Baker, MT for $4250. Another New Era son with excellent calving ease posting EPDs of BW -4.6, WW 39, YW 61, and Milk 24. He was born 3/6/15 at 75lbs and was 625lbs on his Adj. 205.
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