Sinclair Cattle Co. Production Sale
April 7, 2016
Mar. 26, 2016
Sale at Buffalo Livestock Auction, Buffalo, WY
Auctioneer Rodger Jacobs
Reported by Dace Harper
126 bulls averaged $5,256
25 registered heifers averaged $3,660
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50 commercial Angus heifers averaged $1,250.
March 26 was a beautiful day in Buffalo Wyoming for the Sinclair Cattle Company Angus bull sale.
A very impressive selection of Angus bulls and females sold on a good market to a very active crowd. The Sinclair cattle company, along with ranch manager Logan Baker, strive for excellence in the Angus breed and breed bulls that excel in real conditions found in the western United States. If you have never seen their program, you will be impressed with the condition and the disposition of the cattle.
Lot 1 Sinclair Plains Boss 5BO2 was the high selling bull. A Sinclair Patriarch 3B47 by Sinclair Boss out of an Emulation daughter with EPDs of BW +.9, WW 47, YW 93 and Milk at 17 brought $18,000 and sold to Trevor Brandvold of Wawota SK.
Lot 4 Sinclair Executive 5U38 a nice Sinclair Executive 9XV2 son with EPDs of -1.5 BW, WW 37, YW 67 and milk at 16 sold for $17,500 and was purchased by Brian Spenger of Sidney NE.
Lot 47 was Sinclair X-Charger 5FE21 with EPDs of BW +.4, WW 38, YW 69 and milk at 17 sold to Black Rose Angus of Culbertson NE, for $16,000
Lot 88 was Sinclair Broker 5RC17 a thick deep bull with EPDs of +2.3 BW, WW 45 and YW 78 sold to Kailin Dixon of Mandan ND for $14,500.
The top selling registered heifer was lot 163. She was the daughter out of Sinclair Executive 9XV2 by N Bar Emulation Ext V722. She sold for $7,500 and was purchased by Isaiah Smith,
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