Brenner Angus Annual Production Sale
Date: Feb. 23, 2013
Location: Kist Livestock, Mandan, ND
Average: 72 Bulls – $3,153
Sid and Melva Brenner, along with their daughter Priscilla and her husband Jeff Werner, hosted their annual sale in Mandan. This sale had normally been in Bismark at the former Farmers’ Auction Market. Sid believes in having longevity in his cattle. These bulls are greener than most bulls you’ll see, but they still have length and natural thickness. They definitely run their cattle the way everyone else does, the cattle have to pay the bills. The barn was full of repeat and new customers alike. The sale was fast paced and with quite a few customers buying volume.
Top Black Bulls
Lot 71 brought $6,000 to Jeff Werner of Carson, ND. This son of Mr. JT Oahe Dam 014, had a 74 pound birth weight and weaned off at 703 pounds. He was raised by a first calf heifer and ratioed 116.
Lot 69 went to Skip Rau of Selby, SD, for $5,500. He also is an Oahe Dam 014 son, out of a Pine Creek Image Maker daughter. This bull had a 83 pound birth weight and weaned off at 782 pounds.
Lot 76 is a 2-year-old Fuchs Upward son. Larry Jung of Isabel, SD, paid $5,000 for this thick, long, sound made bull.
Top Red Angus
Lot 3 – $5,750. Tom Aberle of Glenn Cross, SD, selected this 2-year-old son of TBS Copper Vaquero 7032. He has an 84 pound birth weight and weaned off at 725 pounds.
Lot 14 brought $5,500 to Neil Cattle Company of Cozad, NE. This Red Rocket son was negative for birth weight EPD and modest for growth. This well balanced bull is sure to be a cow maker, as his dam has a MPPA of 107.6.
Lot 8 brought $5,500 as well. Todd Biel of Java, SD, purchased this 2-year-old song of TBS Sakic Monu.
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