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Beckton Red Angus 66th Annual Production Sale

Doug Hogan
Larry Schuelke from Mud Butte, SD, purchased the top heifer, Lot 331.

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Beckton Red Angus held their 66th annual production sale at the ranch near Sheridan, WY on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. When you hear the name “Beckton Red Angus,” you go back in time as this operation is one of the foundation herds of the Red Angus breed. Started in 1945, they have since maintained the longest continuous performance testing and improvement program in the industry. Beckton Red Angus cattle hold the title of being the industry leader for low maintenance and maternal traits. They have the number-one herd for calving ease, as well as the best average calving ease EPD of any major herd.

The Beckton Red Angus bulls this year were an outstanding bunch with great dispositions. They come from a complete, genetically sound breeding program, which demands whole-herd performance. These bulls are leaders in total birth-to-market rate of growth with great carcass qualities. These bulls have 66 years of selection behind them for convenience traits like good dispositions, cowherd fertility, good udders and milk.

Buyers came from 25 states to attend the Beckton Red Angus sale this year, and were presented with a large offering that combined growth traits, low cow maintenance and high calving ease. Beckton Red Angus has been serving their customers with industry-leading genetics and the highest quality cattle for 66 years.

Topping the sale was Lot 14, Beckton Nebula X038 N4, a 2/16/10 son of Beckton Nebula U206 V3, sold to Larry Croissant, Croissant Red Angus from Briggsdale, CO, for $19,000.

Lot 4, Beckton Julian X321 E4, a 3/20/10 son of Beckton Julian GG B571, sold to Joe and Connie Mushrush, Mushrush Red Angus, from Strong City, KS, for $16,000.

Lot 10, TR Ricardo XT022, a 3/15/10 son of TR Ricardo RT574, sold to Vic Westphal, Westphal Red Angus, from Grass Range, MT, for $9,500.

Lot 3, Beckton Legend X076 E3, a 2/24/10 son of Beckton Legend U331 E2, sold to Norris Dowden, Dowden Farms, from Wingate, IN, for $9,000.

On the heifer side, Lot 331, TR Duchess XT092, a 2/7/10 daughter of TR Ricardo RT574 topped the sale. She sold to Larry Schuelke, Cedar Creek Ranch, Mud Butte, SD. He also bought two other top heifers.

Lot 354, Beckton Indigo X072 N, a 2/24/10 daughter of Beckton Nebula U060 N4, sold to Gordon and Bart Jones, Red Hill Farm, from Tennessee.

Darryl Rhodes from Wichita, KS, purchased was another high selling heifer purchaser.

Beckton Red Angus held their 66th annual production sale at the ranch near Sheridan, WY on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. When you hear the name “Beckton Red Angus,” you go back in time as this operation is one of the foundation herds of the Red Angus breed. Started in 1945, they have since maintained the longest continuous performance testing and improvement program in the industry. Beckton Red Angus cattle hold the title of being the industry leader for low maintenance and maternal traits. They have the number-one herd for calving ease, as well as the best average calving ease EPD of any major herd.

The Beckton Red Angus bulls this year were an outstanding bunch with great dispositions. They come from a complete, genetically sound breeding program, which demands whole-herd performance. These bulls are leaders in total birth-to-market rate of growth with great carcass qualities. These bulls have 66 years of selection behind them for convenience traits like good dispositions, cowherd fertility, good udders and milk.

Buyers came from 25 states to attend the Beckton Red Angus sale this year, and were presented with a large offering that combined growth traits, low cow maintenance and high calving ease. Beckton Red Angus has been serving their customers with industry-leading genetics and the highest quality cattle for 66 years.

Topping the sale was Lot 14, Beckton Nebula X038 N4, a 2/16/10 son of Beckton Nebula U206 V3, sold to Larry Croissant, Croissant Red Angus from Briggsdale, CO, for $19,000.

Lot 4, Beckton Julian X321 E4, a 3/20/10 son of Beckton Julian GG B571, sold to Joe and Connie Mushrush, Mushrush Red Angus, from Strong City, KS, for $16,000.

Lot 10, TR Ricardo XT022, a 3/15/10 son of TR Ricardo RT574, sold to Vic Westphal, Westphal Red Angus, from Grass Range, MT, for $9,500.

Lot 3, Beckton Legend X076 E3, a 2/24/10 son of Beckton Legend U331 E2, sold to Norris Dowden, Dowden Farms, from Wingate, IN, for $9,000.

On the heifer side, Lot 331, TR Duchess XT092, a 2/7/10 daughter of TR Ricardo RT574 topped the sale. She sold to Larry Schuelke, Cedar Creek Ranch, Mud Butte, SD. He also bought two other top heifers.

Lot 354, Beckton Indigo X072 N, a 2/24/10 daughter of Beckton Nebula U060 N4, sold to Gordon and Bart Jones, Red Hill Farm, from Tennessee.

Darryl Rhodes from Wichita, KS, purchased was another high selling heifer purchaser.

Beckton Red Angus held their 66th annual production sale at the ranch near Sheridan, WY on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. When you hear the name “Beckton Red Angus,” you go back in time as this operation is one of the foundation herds of the Red Angus breed. Started in 1945, they have since maintained the longest continuous performance testing and improvement program in the industry. Beckton Red Angus cattle hold the title of being the industry leader for low maintenance and maternal traits. They have the number-one herd for calving ease, as well as the best average calving ease EPD of any major herd.

The Beckton Red Angus bulls this year were an outstanding bunch with great dispositions. They come from a complete, genetically sound breeding program, which demands whole-herd performance. These bulls are leaders in total birth-to-market rate of growth with great carcass qualities. These bulls have 66 years of selection behind them for convenience traits like good dispositions, cowherd fertility, good udders and milk.

Buyers came from 25 states to attend the Beckton Red Angus sale this year, and were presented with a large offering that combined growth traits, low cow maintenance and high calving ease. Beckton Red Angus has been serving their customers with industry-leading genetics and the highest quality cattle for 66 years.

Topping the sale was Lot 14, Beckton Nebula X038 N4, a 2/16/10 son of Beckton Nebula U206 V3, sold to Larry Croissant, Croissant Red Angus from Briggsdale, CO, for $19,000.

Lot 4, Beckton Julian X321 E4, a 3/20/10 son of Beckton Julian GG B571, sold to Joe and Connie Mushrush, Mushrush Red Angus, from Strong City, KS, for $16,000.

Lot 10, TR Ricardo XT022, a 3/15/10 son of TR Ricardo RT574, sold to Vic Westphal, Westphal Red Angus, from Grass Range, MT, for $9,500.

Lot 3, Beckton Legend X076 E3, a 2/24/10 son of Beckton Legend U331 E2, sold to Norris Dowden, Dowden Farms, from Wingate, IN, for $9,000.

On the heifer side, Lot 331, TR Duchess XT092, a 2/7/10 daughter of TR Ricardo RT574 topped the sale. She sold to Larry Schuelke, Cedar Creek Ranch, Mud Butte, SD. He also bought two other top heifers.

Lot 354, Beckton Indigo X072 N, a 2/24/10 daughter of Beckton Nebula U060 N4, sold to Gordon and Bart Jones, Red Hill Farm, from Tennessee.

Darryl Rhodes from Wichita, KS, purchased was another high selling heifer purchaser.

Beckton Red Angus held their 66th annual production sale at the ranch near Sheridan, WY on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. When you hear the name “Beckton Red Angus,” you go back in time as this operation is one of the foundation herds of the Red Angus breed. Started in 1945, they have since maintained the longest continuous performance testing and improvement program in the industry. Beckton Red Angus cattle hold the title of being the industry leader for low maintenance and maternal traits. They have the number-one herd for calving ease, as well as the best average calving ease EPD of any major herd.

The Beckton Red Angus bulls this year were an outstanding bunch with great dispositions. They come from a complete, genetically sound breeding program, which demands whole-herd performance. These bulls are leaders in total birth-to-market rate of growth with great carcass qualities. These bulls have 66 years of selection behind them for convenience traits like good dispositions, cowherd fertility, good udders and milk.

Buyers came from 25 states to attend the Beckton Red Angus sale this year, and were presented with a large offering that combined growth traits, low cow maintenance and high calving ease. Beckton Red Angus has been serving their customers with industry-leading genetics and the highest quality cattle for 66 years.

Topping the sale was Lot 14, Beckton Nebula X038 N4, a 2/16/10 son of Beckton Nebula U206 V3, sold to Larry Croissant, Croissant Red Angus from Briggsdale, CO, for $19,000.

Lot 4, Beckton Julian X321 E4, a 3/20/10 son of Beckton Julian GG B571, sold to Joe and Connie Mushrush, Mushrush Red Angus, from Strong City, KS, for $16,000.

Lot 10, TR Ricardo XT022, a 3/15/10 son of TR Ricardo RT574, sold to Vic Westphal, Westphal Red Angus, from Grass Range, MT, for $9,500.

Lot 3, Beckton Legend X076 E3, a 2/24/10 son of Beckton Legend U331 E2, sold to Norris Dowden, Dowden Farms, from Wingate, IN, for $9,000.

On the heifer side, Lot 331, TR Duchess XT092, a 2/7/10 daughter of TR Ricardo RT574 topped the sale. She sold to Larry Schuelke, Cedar Creek Ranch, Mud Butte, SD. He also bought two other top heifers.

Lot 354, Beckton Indigo X072 N, a 2/24/10 daughter of Beckton Nebula U060 N4, sold to Gordon and Bart Jones, Red Hill Farm, from Tennessee.

Darryl Rhodes from Wichita, KS, purchased was another high selling heifer purchaser.


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