Rossow Angus Ranch Annual Production Sale
June 25, 2015
Date: March 25
Location: At the place, Herried, South Dakota
Auctioneer: Seth Weishaar
Reported by: Chris Effling
41 Bulls -$4,409
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45 Open females – $2,195
This extremely nice family is aggressive when it comes to genetic improvements in their herd. We found a lot of locals bidding and buying at this video sale, which proves that the Rossows have really worked hard to communicate with their customers to create a product that is useful or them. The bulls are fed well, and are in nice condition allowing customers to identify genetic differences but are not overfat.
Lot 1, $9,000 to Ken Hansen, Fruitdale, South Dakota. The Tiger son out of a Net Worth daughter posted the following EPDs – 2.5 BW, 64 WW, 113 YW, with actual birthweight of 88 pounds and weaning weight of 845 pounds. Lot 2, $8,000 to Dwight Rossow, Herreid, South Dakota. This was another Tiger son out of a Predominant female, with these EPDs – BW 3.1, WW 60, YW 106, Milk 29. After being born at 92 pounds, he weaned off at 797 pounds.
Lot 4, $7,500 to Ken Hansen. One more Tiger son, this one out of a Bandalier-sired female, this guy had these EPDs – BW 1.9, WW 55 , YW 97, Milk 26, he posted an actual birthweight of 85 pounds and a weaning weight of 788 pounds. Lot 28, $7,250 to Dwight Rossow. An O'Reilly Factor calf out of a Freedom daughter, this calving ease prospect with these EPDs: 11 CED. .6 BW, 49 WW, 89 YW started out at 80 pounds and then came in with a 754 pound weaning weight.
High selling open female
Lot 77 to Al Bruhn, Mapleton, Iowa. A Bush's Bandwagon sired female out of a King David dam, this lady showed some strong EPDs – BW . 7, WW 52, YW 100, Milk 25.
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