Pieper Red Angus Fall Run Production Sale
TSLN Rep: Drew Feller
Date of Sale: Oct. 26, 2019
Location: Hays Springs, Nebraska
Auctioneer: Ty Thompson
2 Red Angus Herd Sires – $45,000
63 18-Month Old Red Angus Range Bulls – $6,337
43 Red Angus Bred Heifers – $3,243
31 Red Angus Bred Cows – $2,381
9 Embryos – $2,367
335 Commercial Red Angus Bred Heifers – $1,900
11 Pieper Ranch Working Horses – $5,973
15 Pieper Ranch Weanling Colts – $1,583
Top Selling Bulls:
Lot 1 at $50,000 was PIE Spur 8426, DOB: 4/1/2018; Sired by MCD Spur 6111; MGS: Laflins Cutting Edge 2075. He sold to Explosive Cattle Company, Hollister, MO.
Lot 3 at $40,000 was PIE Yellowstone 8339, DOB: 3/24/2018; Sired by MCD Spur 6111; MGS: VGW Game Plan 508. He sold to Hansine Ranch, Pierre, SD.
Lot 2 at $16,500 was PIE Investot 854, DOB: 1/27/2018; Sired by 9 Mile Franchise 6305; MGS: BUF CRK The Right Kind U199. He sold to Justin, Fole, Paxton, NE.
Lot 6 at $14,000 was PIE High Roller 8446, DOB: 3/17/2018; Sired by Bieber High Roller C553; MGS: RED RMI Redman 1T. He sold to Turkey Track Livestock, Douglas, WY.
Lot 9 at $14,000 was PIE Seneca 8068, DOB: 2/19/2018; Sired by RREDS Seneca 731C; MGS: Red Crow Foot Ole’s Oscar. He sold to Martin Hanley, Crawford, NE.
Top Selling Bred Heifer:
Lot 70 at $23,000 was PIE Goldrib 8000, DOB: 2/3/2018; Sired by 9 Mile Franchise 6305; Bred to Beckton Accent D615 D3, carrying a heifer calf. She sold to Joyce Dowd, Scott City, KS.
Top Selling Bred Cow:
Lot 116 at $15,000 was PIE Redbird 7257; DOB: 3/14/2017; Bred to Bieber High Roller C553, carrying a heifer calf. She sold to Travis Scaffer, Pierre, SD
Top Draft of Commercial Bred Heifers at $2,235; 45 head sold to Lyle Ahlmeyer, Sedalia, MO.
Top Selling Horses:
Lot 1 at $12,500 was Pr Dynamite Pick, A 2015 Sorrel Gelding sired by Sixes Hickory. He sold to Reed Steward, Sterling City, TX.
Lot 2 at $11,000 was Pr Sixes Playboy, A Gray Gelding sired by Sixes Pick. He sold to Reed Steward, Sterling City, TX.
Lot 5 at $10,000 was Ge Fox in Socks, A Dun Gelding sired by Able To Cheat. He sold to Sides Ranch, Smithwick, SD.
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