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Good prices for Angus bulls sold at the Black Hills Stock Show on Monday will set the tone for purebred sales during the rest of the Stock Show, said Hugh Ingalls of Mud Butte, SD, a member of the BHSS livestock committee.

Forty bulls sold for an average of $3,556 each in the Angus sale in Rushmore Hall of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Fifteen heifer calves sold for an average of $2,697 each.



Four bred Angus heifers averaged $3,812 each.

Good prices for Angus bulls sold at the Black Hills Stock Show on Monday will set the tone for purebred sales during the rest of the Stock Show, said Hugh Ingalls of Mud Butte, SD, a member of the BHSS livestock committee.



Forty bulls sold for an average of $3,556 each in the Angus sale in Rushmore Hall of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Fifteen heifer calves sold for an average of $2,697 each.

Four bred Angus heifers averaged $3,812 each.

Good prices for Angus bulls sold at the Black Hills Stock Show on Monday will set the tone for purebred sales during the rest of the Stock Show, said Hugh Ingalls of Mud Butte, SD, a member of the BHSS livestock committee.

Forty bulls sold for an average of $3,556 each in the Angus sale in Rushmore Hall of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Fifteen heifer calves sold for an average of $2,697 each.

Four bred Angus heifers averaged $3,812 each.

Good prices for Angus bulls sold at the Black Hills Stock Show on Monday will set the tone for purebred sales during the rest of the Stock Show, said Hugh Ingalls of Mud Butte, SD, a member of the BHSS livestock committee.

Forty bulls sold for an average of $3,556 each in the Angus sale in Rushmore Hall of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Fifteen heifer calves sold for an average of $2,697 each.

Four bred Angus heifers averaged $3,812 each.

Good prices for Angus bulls sold at the Black Hills Stock Show on Monday will set the tone for purebred sales during the rest of the Stock Show, said Hugh Ingalls of Mud Butte, SD, a member of the BHSS livestock committee.

Forty bulls sold for an average of $3,556 each in the Angus sale in Rushmore Hall of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

Fifteen heifer calves sold for an average of $2,697 each.

Four bred Angus heifers averaged $3,812 each.


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