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Beastrom Gelbvieh 31st Annual Bull Sale

Marilyn and Ken Derry of Wood, SD.

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Beastrom Gelbvieh, owned by Jim and Barb Beastrom, along with their daughters, Brittney and Brandy and their families, hosted a nice crowd for their 31st annual bull and female sale.

BEA “Bottom Line” 001X ET was voted the 2011 Breeders Choice Bull Futurity Champion at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, and then was named the National Champion Gelbvieh bull.

I felt that this was one of the strongest sets of bulls that the Beastrom family had ever brought to town. The quality ran very deep with these bulls, showing thickness with meat and muscle. The ranch utilizes the best Gelbvieh, Red Angus and Angus genetics to produce seedstock that will generate profit for their commercial customers.



Some of the nicest people in the business are found at the Beastrom Ranch, and most of their bulls are sold to repeat buyers who have been very loyal customers.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 2, selling for $12,500 to the South East Community College from Beatrice, NE. This bull was a 3/11/10 polled black son of XXB Wingman 639T ET. He weighed 88 lbs. at birth, and out of the great cow, ALLC Extra Special, who has probably been the most consistent high-producing cow ever on the Beastrom Ranch. Lot 2 weaned at 782 lbs. and posted EPDs of CE +101, BW +0.4, WW +40, YW +73, Milk +15, TM +35, GL -1.3 and CED +101.



Lee Miller from Glen Ullin, ND, chose a new herd bull in Lot 38 at $4,900. He was a polled black halfblood bull with a 790-lb. weaning weight. This son of BEA Sureshock 705T ET was out of a daughter of Mr. Future Direction 5777R. His EPDs are CE +96, BW +3.4, WW +44, YW +82, Milk +20, TM +42 and GL -0.4.

Lot 27 sold for $4,000 to the Schulte Farms from Geddes, SD. This was a polled purebred red son of DCH Hille U145 Uppercut with a tremendous weaning weight of 851 lbs.

Chuck Kratske from Verona, NE, bought Lot 37 at $3900. This polled black three-quarter Gelbvieh, one-quarter Angus bull had an 81-lb. birth weight and weaned at 746 lbs. He was a son of BABR Gentleman Jack 553R1 and out of a daughter of EXAR Pay Stub 40 5S. His EPDs were CED +105, BW -0.3, WW +44, YW +81, Milk +20, TM +42, GL -1.9 and CED +104.

The Worth Bros. from Gettysburg, SD, purchased Lot 26 at $4,200. He was a polled red son of SGRI Investor R705 and out of a Cocoa daughter. With an 82-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 796 lbs.

The top open yearling heifer brought $2,400 from Scott Mattison from Minnesota. She was Lot 94, a polled black daughter of BEAS New Era 687S. The Lot 96 heifer, a daughter of BABR Gentleman Jack 553R1, brought $2,300.

A cool, but very bright, sunshiny day – with the best baked beans of the season!

Beastrom Gelbvieh, owned by Jim and Barb Beastrom, along with their daughters, Brittney and Brandy and their families, hosted a nice crowd for their 31st annual bull and female sale.

BEA “Bottom Line” 001X ET was voted the 2011 Breeders Choice Bull Futurity Champion at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, and then was named the National Champion Gelbvieh bull.

I felt that this was one of the strongest sets of bulls that the Beastrom family had ever brought to town. The quality ran very deep with these bulls, showing thickness with meat and muscle. The ranch utilizes the best Gelbvieh, Red Angus and Angus genetics to produce seedstock that will generate profit for their commercial customers.

Some of the nicest people in the business are found at the Beastrom Ranch, and most of their bulls are sold to repeat buyers who have been very loyal customers.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 2, selling for $12,500 to the South East Community College from Beatrice, NE. This bull was a 3/11/10 polled black son of XXB Wingman 639T ET. He weighed 88 lbs. at birth, and out of the great cow, ALLC Extra Special, who has probably been the most consistent high-producing cow ever on the Beastrom Ranch. Lot 2 weaned at 782 lbs. and posted EPDs of CE +101, BW +0.4, WW +40, YW +73, Milk +15, TM +35, GL -1.3 and CED +101.

Lee Miller from Glen Ullin, ND, chose a new herd bull in Lot 38 at $4,900. He was a polled black halfblood bull with a 790-lb. weaning weight. This son of BEA Sureshock 705T ET was out of a daughter of Mr. Future Direction 5777R. His EPDs are CE +96, BW +3.4, WW +44, YW +82, Milk +20, TM +42 and GL -0.4.

Lot 27 sold for $4,000 to the Schulte Farms from Geddes, SD. This was a polled purebred red son of DCH Hille U145 Uppercut with a tremendous weaning weight of 851 lbs.

Chuck Kratske from Verona, NE, bought Lot 37 at $3900. This polled black three-quarter Gelbvieh, one-quarter Angus bull had an 81-lb. birth weight and weaned at 746 lbs. He was a son of BABR Gentleman Jack 553R1 and out of a daughter of EXAR Pay Stub 40 5S. His EPDs were CED +105, BW -0.3, WW +44, YW +81, Milk +20, TM +42, GL -1.9 and CED +104.

The Worth Bros. from Gettysburg, SD, purchased Lot 26 at $4,200. He was a polled red son of SGRI Investor R705 and out of a Cocoa daughter. With an 82-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 796 lbs.

The top open yearling heifer brought $2,400 from Scott Mattison from Minnesota. She was Lot 94, a polled black daughter of BEAS New Era 687S. The Lot 96 heifer, a daughter of BABR Gentleman Jack 553R1, brought $2,300.

A cool, but very bright, sunshiny day – with the best baked beans of the season!


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