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21 Angus Ranch Annual Bull Sale

A National Guard helicopter checks in with the ground crew at a staging area in New England, ND after surveying downed power lines. This area had been hit extremely hard by a late December blizzard causing major power outages. The 21 Angus Ranch just got their power back two days before their sale.

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Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD bought a Great Plains son and a Pendleton son at the 21 Angus sale.

This was a very moderate framed set of bulls that carried the service sire of some of the top bulls in the breed including HARB Pendleton, the bull that sired the top selling bulls at the Midland Bull test a couple years ago. The bulls were in good flesh and not overfed. They had not seen a creep feeder and were developed on a high roughage ration to ensure soundness and longevity.

Some top selling bulls include:

Lot 1, 21 AR Great Plains 9006A, a 2/2/09 son of OCC Great Plains out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD for $6,750.

Lot 48, 21 AR Pendleton 9041, a 2/9/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis for $5,500.

Lot 2, 21 AR Pendleton 9004, a 2/2/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and a 21AR Alliance D768 dam, sold to Loren Filkowski of Fairfield, ND for $4,500.

Lot 42, 21 AR Pendleton 9105, a 2/20/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and out of a Glory B Dateline 435R dam, sold to Loren Filkowski for $4,500.

Lot 3, 21 AR Pendleton 9111, a 2/20/09 bull by HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Jud Skavdahl of Marsland, NE for $4,500.

Lot 16, 21 AR Outfitter 9090, a 2/19/09 bull by 21AR Outfitter and out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Gerald Burghduff of Camp Crook, SD for $4,000.

Volume buyers included Drew and Audrey Burk of Ismay, MT; Joe and Cora Giannonatti family of Ludlow, SD and Alvin Cordell of Camp Crook, SD.

Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD bought a Great Plains son and a Pendleton son at the 21 Angus sale.

This was a very moderate framed set of bulls that carried the service sire of some of the top bulls in the breed including HARB Pendleton, the bull that sired the top selling bulls at the Midland Bull test a couple years ago. The bulls were in good flesh and not overfed. They had not seen a creep feeder and were developed on a high roughage ration to ensure soundness and longevity.

Some top selling bulls include:

Lot 1, 21 AR Great Plains 9006A, a 2/2/09 son of OCC Great Plains out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD for $6,750.

Lot 48, 21 AR Pendleton 9041, a 2/9/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis for $5,500.

Lot 2, 21 AR Pendleton 9004, a 2/2/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and a 21AR Alliance D768 dam, sold to Loren Filkowski of Fairfield, ND for $4,500.

Lot 42, 21 AR Pendleton 9105, a 2/20/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and out of a Glory B Dateline 435R dam, sold to Loren Filkowski for $4,500.

Lot 3, 21 AR Pendleton 9111, a 2/20/09 bull by HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Jud Skavdahl of Marsland, NE for $4,500.

Lot 16, 21 AR Outfitter 9090, a 2/19/09 bull by 21AR Outfitter and out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Gerald Burghduff of Camp Crook, SD for $4,000.

Volume buyers included Drew and Audrey Burk of Ismay, MT; Joe and Cora Giannonatti family of Ludlow, SD and Alvin Cordell of Camp Crook, SD.

Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD bought a Great Plains son and a Pendleton son at the 21 Angus sale.

This was a very moderate framed set of bulls that carried the service sire of some of the top bulls in the breed including HARB Pendleton, the bull that sired the top selling bulls at the Midland Bull test a couple years ago. The bulls were in good flesh and not overfed. They had not seen a creep feeder and were developed on a high roughage ration to ensure soundness and longevity.

Some top selling bulls include:

Lot 1, 21 AR Great Plains 9006A, a 2/2/09 son of OCC Great Plains out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis of Vale, SD for $6,750.

Lot 48, 21 AR Pendleton 9041, a 2/9/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Connealy Freightliner dam, sold to Charles and Rosalie Tennis for $5,500.

Lot 2, 21 AR Pendleton 9004, a 2/2/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and a 21AR Alliance D768 dam, sold to Loren Filkowski of Fairfield, ND for $4,500.

Lot 42, 21 AR Pendleton 9105, a 2/20/09 son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH and out of a Glory B Dateline 435R dam, sold to Loren Filkowski for $4,500.

Lot 3, 21 AR Pendleton 9111, a 2/20/09 bull by HARB Pendleton 765 JH out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Jud Skavdahl of Marsland, NE for $4,500.

Lot 16, 21 AR Outfitter 9090, a 2/19/09 bull by 21AR Outfitter and out of a Boyd New Day 8005 dam, sold to Gerald Burghduff of Camp Crook, SD for $4,000.

Volume buyers included Drew and Audrey Burk of Ismay, MT; Joe and Cora Giannonatti family of Ludlow, SD and Alvin Cordell of Camp Crook, SD.


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