Angus Show results from 2009 Sioux Empire Farm Show
SIOUX FALLS, SD – Mark Johnson of Maurice, IA judged the Sioux Empire Farm Show Angus Show Jan. 28 in Sioux Falls, SD.
Johnson chose lot 66, DS 320 2VI Blk Freedom 1517, a consignment from Diamond S Cattle of Jasper, MN, as champion bull. He was sired by Rito 2VI of 2536 1407 and out of DS 3726 Freedom Lady 320 CW. He went on to be the third highest selling bull, going for $4,500 to Stan Williamson of Garretson, SD.
Reserve champion bull went to lot 61, BPF Osage 705, a consignment from Bushy Park Farms of Mitchell, SD. He was sired by EXG Osage N112 and out of Clearwater Missie K 1944. He went on to be the seventh highest selling bull, going for $3,600 to Dave Moe of Alexandria, SD.
Johnson chose lot 5, Chestnut Daisey Beauty 8418, a consignment from Chestnut Angus Farm of Pipestone, MN, as champion female. She was sired by CN Improvement 76 and out of CN Daisey Beauty 433. She went on to be the second highest selling female, going for $5,800 to Jacob Hegland of Oberdon, ND.
Johnson chose lot 17, Greimans Blueblood Lady 78 as reserve champion female. She was consigned by Greiman Family Angus of Garner, IA. She was sired by PVF New Horizon 001 and out of Greiman Miss Saugahatchee 66. She sold for $2,100 to Trent Kubik of Hamill, SD.
Al Conover of Baxter, IA, served as auctioneer for the Angus Sale. He auctioned 42 bulls and 16 females. Forty-two bulls averaged $2,728.57, and the 16 females averaged $2,778.13.
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