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Beitelspacher Ranch Annual Production Sale

Bob Bohlander from Mobridge, SD.

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Beitelspacher Ranch, owned by Richard Beitelspacher and his family, hosted a good crowd for their annual bull sale at Mobridge Livestock. The weather was good and many repeat buyers were in the seats.

This was a big, stout set of bulls that were well-grown and ready for heavy service. The muscle structure and overall quality of this set of bulls was impressive. There were many calving ease Angus bulls in the offering, but the real power of the sale was in the Sim-Angus bulls that were bred for performance and carcass.

The bulls were DNA tested for their Igenity profile, which were published for all of the important economic traits. The Beitelspacher cowherd continues to improve, making them more efficient by improving several different traits. Their results help cattlemen improve their own herds.



Beitelspacher Ranch purchases many feeder calves in the fall, and they try to buy their customers’ calves – if they can – as these calves do well in the feedlot.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 63, selling for $6,750 to Lawrence Roll from Forbes, ND. This son of BR Final Answer 825U was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental. Born at 90 lbs., he weaned at 844 lbs. to ratio 116, and reached a yearling weight of 1,407 lbs. to ratio 108. A 40 cm scrotal measurement completed the package.



Lorin Schmidt from Parkston, SD, bought Lot 64 at $5,500. This 75% Angus and 25% Simmental black baldy bull had a lot of eye appeal. He was a son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and had an 85-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 768 lbs. to ratio 106 and grew to 1,343 lbs. as a yearling to ratio 103.

Another choice for Lorin Schmidt was Lot 62 at $5,250. Hitting the ground at 92 lbs., he grew at a good rate to post a weaning weight of 835 lbs. to ratio 115. He was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental, growing to a yearling weight of 1,452 lbs. to ratio 112. His scrotal measurement was 40 cm.

Lot 4 sold for $4,500 to Dave and Mark Gruebele from Eureka, SD. This Angus bull was a son of the resident herd bull, Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he was out of a daughter of #RP 3RD Bushwacker. With an 80-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 721 lbs. to ratio 109 and grew to a yearling weight of 1,343 lbs. to ratio 110. He had EPDs of BW +0.2, WW +57, YW +99, Milk +24, Mb +0.29 and RE +0.45.

Tom Larosh from Onida, SD, bid $4,250 for his top choice, Lot 6. This son of BR Mr Crown Royal 8021U was out of a daughter of SAV Integrity, and hit the ground at 78 lbs. But he knew how to grow, as he weaned at 784 lbs. His EPDs were BW +1.9, WW +58, Milk +26 and YW +100.

Duane Gray from Ridgeview, SD, selected Lot 9 at $4,000. Here was another son of Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he had posted a yearling weight of 1,319 lbs. His YW EPD was 104. He was born at 90 lbs. and weaned at 715 lbs.

The Simmental-cross Angus bred heifers, due to calve in mid March, were bred to sons of Granger 208 and New Design 675. They had their shots, and were ready to deliver.

Beitelspacher Ranch, owned by Richard Beitelspacher and his family, hosted a good crowd for their annual bull sale at Mobridge Livestock. The weather was good and many repeat buyers were in the seats.

This was a big, stout set of bulls that were well-grown and ready for heavy service. The muscle structure and overall quality of this set of bulls was impressive. There were many calving ease Angus bulls in the offering, but the real power of the sale was in the Sim-Angus bulls that were bred for performance and carcass.

The bulls were DNA tested for their Igenity profile, which were published for all of the important economic traits. The Beitelspacher cowherd continues to improve, making them more efficient by improving several different traits. Their results help cattlemen improve their own herds.

Beitelspacher Ranch purchases many feeder calves in the fall, and they try to buy their customers’ calves – if they can – as these calves do well in the feedlot.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 63, selling for $6,750 to Lawrence Roll from Forbes, ND. This son of BR Final Answer 825U was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental. Born at 90 lbs., he weaned at 844 lbs. to ratio 116, and reached a yearling weight of 1,407 lbs. to ratio 108. A 40 cm scrotal measurement completed the package.

Lorin Schmidt from Parkston, SD, bought Lot 64 at $5,500. This 75% Angus and 25% Simmental black baldy bull had a lot of eye appeal. He was a son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and had an 85-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 768 lbs. to ratio 106 and grew to 1,343 lbs. as a yearling to ratio 103.

Another choice for Lorin Schmidt was Lot 62 at $5,250. Hitting the ground at 92 lbs., he grew at a good rate to post a weaning weight of 835 lbs. to ratio 115. He was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental, growing to a yearling weight of 1,452 lbs. to ratio 112. His scrotal measurement was 40 cm.

Lot 4 sold for $4,500 to Dave and Mark Gruebele from Eureka, SD. This Angus bull was a son of the resident herd bull, Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he was out of a daughter of #RP 3RD Bushwacker. With an 80-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 721 lbs. to ratio 109 and grew to a yearling weight of 1,343 lbs. to ratio 110. He had EPDs of BW +0.2, WW +57, YW +99, Milk +24, Mb +0.29 and RE +0.45.

Tom Larosh from Onida, SD, bid $4,250 for his top choice, Lot 6. This son of BR Mr Crown Royal 8021U was out of a daughter of SAV Integrity, and hit the ground at 78 lbs. But he knew how to grow, as he weaned at 784 lbs. His EPDs were BW +1.9, WW +58, Milk +26 and YW +100.

Duane Gray from Ridgeview, SD, selected Lot 9 at $4,000. Here was another son of Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he had posted a yearling weight of 1,319 lbs. His YW EPD was 104. He was born at 90 lbs. and weaned at 715 lbs.

The Simmental-cross Angus bred heifers, due to calve in mid March, were bred to sons of Granger 208 and New Design 675. They had their shots, and were ready to deliver.

Beitelspacher Ranch, owned by Richard Beitelspacher and his family, hosted a good crowd for their annual bull sale at Mobridge Livestock. The weather was good and many repeat buyers were in the seats.

This was a big, stout set of bulls that were well-grown and ready for heavy service. The muscle structure and overall quality of this set of bulls was impressive. There were many calving ease Angus bulls in the offering, but the real power of the sale was in the Sim-Angus bulls that were bred for performance and carcass.

The bulls were DNA tested for their Igenity profile, which were published for all of the important economic traits. The Beitelspacher cowherd continues to improve, making them more efficient by improving several different traits. Their results help cattlemen improve their own herds.

Beitelspacher Ranch purchases many feeder calves in the fall, and they try to buy their customers’ calves – if they can – as these calves do well in the feedlot.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 63, selling for $6,750 to Lawrence Roll from Forbes, ND. This son of BR Final Answer 825U was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental. Born at 90 lbs., he weaned at 844 lbs. to ratio 116, and reached a yearling weight of 1,407 lbs. to ratio 108. A 40 cm scrotal measurement completed the package.

Lorin Schmidt from Parkston, SD, bought Lot 64 at $5,500. This 75% Angus and 25% Simmental black baldy bull had a lot of eye appeal. He was a son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and had an 85-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 768 lbs. to ratio 106 and grew to 1,343 lbs. as a yearling to ratio 103.

Another choice for Lorin Schmidt was Lot 62 at $5,250. Hitting the ground at 92 lbs., he grew at a good rate to post a weaning weight of 835 lbs. to ratio 115. He was 75% Angus and 25% Simmental, growing to a yearling weight of 1,452 lbs. to ratio 112. His scrotal measurement was 40 cm.

Lot 4 sold for $4,500 to Dave and Mark Gruebele from Eureka, SD. This Angus bull was a son of the resident herd bull, Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he was out of a daughter of #RP 3RD Bushwacker. With an 80-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 721 lbs. to ratio 109 and grew to a yearling weight of 1,343 lbs. to ratio 110. He had EPDs of BW +0.2, WW +57, YW +99, Milk +24, Mb +0.29 and RE +0.45.

Tom Larosh from Onida, SD, bid $4,250 for his top choice, Lot 6. This son of BR Mr Crown Royal 8021U was out of a daughter of SAV Integrity, and hit the ground at 78 lbs. But he knew how to grow, as he weaned at 784 lbs. His EPDs were BW +1.9, WW +58, Milk +26 and YW +100.

Duane Gray from Ridgeview, SD, selected Lot 9 at $4,000. Here was another son of Mohnen Crown Royal 316, and he had posted a yearling weight of 1,319 lbs. His YW EPD was 104. He was born at 90 lbs. and weaned at 715 lbs.

The Simmental-cross Angus bred heifers, due to calve in mid March, were bred to sons of Granger 208 and New Design 675. They had their shots, and were ready to deliver.


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