Barstow Angus Ranch | TSLN.com
YOUR AD HERE »

Barstow Angus Ranch

Jim Shirley
Patty Barstow (left) and Nick Zink of Wewela, SD. Nick has attended every Barstow sale.

Buy Photo

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.

The Nari and Patty Barstow family had to postpone their annual bull sale from April 14 to April 18 due to weather; however it did not detour the good area cattlemen from attending. A full house was on hand for the auction.

The Barstows offered a good set of high-quality Angus bulls sired by some of the top artificial insemination (AI) sires in the breed. They were well grown out, structurally sound and ready to go to work. The ranchers on the seats appreciated the cattle and the auctioneer CK Sonny Booth moved the sale right along.

The top-selling bull was Lot 57, Barstow Upward X105. He was a son of Sitz Upward 307R that posed a WW ratio of 110 and a YW ratio of 112 and EPDs of 1.9 for birth and 118 for yearling. He sold for $10,000 going to Leon Weichman of Stuart, NE.

Roger Painter, Ainsworth, NE, paid $9,000 to own Lot 62, Barstow Upward X167. He was also a son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 56 and YW 107.

Lot 1, Barstow Efficient X1, sold for $8,750 to Dean Welker, Kilgore, NE. He was a stout calving ease son of CAR Efficient 534 and was out of a Pathfinder dam.

Lot 59, Barstow Upward X115, was a real powerful son of Sitz Upward 307R and posted a weaning weight ratio of 113 and a yearling weight ratio of 114. His EPDs rank him in the top 4 percent of the breed for weaning weight, and the top 1 percent for yearling weight. He sold to James Gehlsen of Bristow, NE, for $8,500.

Yet another Sitz Upward 307R son sold for $8,250. He went to Todd Boettcher of Spencer, NE. This well-balanced, high-performance bull was out of a Pathfinder daughter of Bon View New Design 878 who has posted eight nursing ratios at 108.

Rex Black of Spencer, NE, purchased the high-selling son of Connealy Industry 5634 of the day when he paid $7,500 for Lot 36, Barstow Industry X49. Don Larrington of McCook, NE, also purchased a Connealy Industry 5634 son for $7,250.


Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User