Arrow Brand Genetics Angus Bull Sale
Date: April 17, 2013
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Average: 44 Yearling Angus bulls – $3,301
Justin Green and Jared Benson held the second annual Arrow Brand Genetic Angus bull sale at Stockmen’s Livestock, Dickinson, ND. Even though this is a relatively new sale, the genetics of the cowherd are true and tested, most originating from the late Dale Luhman’s cowherd.
This was a stout set of long-bodied bulls. The bulls have been developed to express their genetic ability and not overly pushed. The bulls were sired by some of the most sought after bulls in the Angus breed and backed by a solid herd health program and first breeding season guarantee.
Topping the sale were two sons of SAV Final Answer 0035. Lot 7, Arrow Final Answer 2302, a 1/27/12 bull with EPDs of BW .7, WW 63, YW 111, and Milk 31. The bull had a 205 day weight of 727 pounds, WR 116, yearling weight of 1181 pounds, ratio 113. Lot 27, LA Final Answer 52, was born 1/29/12 and posted EPDs of BW .3, WW 65, YW 115, Milk 30 with a 205 day weight of 757 pounds, weaning ratio of 122, yearling weight of 1234 pounds, ratio of 117. Both bulls sold to Craig Dvirnak, Killdeer, ND, for $7,750 and $6,500 respectively.
Lot 1, LA Upward 32, a 1/29/12 son of Sitz Upward 307R sold to repeat buyer Scott Woroniecki, Hebron, ND, for $5,250. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 62, YW 121, Milk 35 with a weaning ratio of 108 and yearling ratio at 111.
Two sons of SAV Final Answer sold at $4,750 each. Lot 9, Arrow Final Answer 2309, had EPDs of BW .9, WW 57, YW 102, and Milk 28 and went to Brian Gerbig, Dickinson, ND.
Lot 44, Arrow Final Answer 2307, has EPDs of BW .2, WW 60, YW 103, and Milk 28. He sold to Tyler Schell, Esmond, ND at $4,750.
Rounding out the $4,750 bulls was lot 28, selling to Kent Bruer, Bowdon, ND for $4,750. Arrow Final Answer 2335, the 2/24/12 son of LeMar Final Answer 8T, has EPDs of BW .9, WW 51, YW 100, and Milk 22.
Keep your eyes on this operation, as these two young producers are not afraid of hard work and trying new things. They are sure to have another great set of bulls for next year’s sale.
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