Charolais Show results from 2009 Sioux Empire Farm Show
Cory Schrag of Marion, SD judged the Sioux Empire Farm Show Charolais Show Thursday, Jan. 29, in Sioux Falls, SD.
Schrag chose lot 20, Double-H Moneyman 805U ET, a consignment from Double H Charolais of Paynesville, MN, as champion bull. He was sired by Double-H Big Money 504R and out of M6 MS 914 Mamie 1123 PET. He went on to be the third highest selling bull, going for $3,100 to Jeffery Thomas Lais of Wilmont, MN.
Reserve champion bull went to lot 15, VCR Sir Duke 837P, a consignment from Vedvei Charolais Ranch of Lake Preston, SD. He was sired by VCR Sir Duke 914 PLD and out of SC MS Classic 931 P. He went on to be the fourth highest selling bull, going for $2,700 to Don Koopsma of Hudson, SD.
Schrag chose lot 11, 2H Anya 704T PLD, another consignment from Double H Charolais of Paynesville, as champion female. She was sired by OCR Sir Duke N22 and out of JCR Miss New Trend 2112P. She went on to be the second highest selling female, going for $2,150 to Mark Stueven of Pipestone.
Schrag chose lot 1, 2H Keltie 812U PLD as reserve champion female. She was consigned by 2H Cattle Company of Grove City, MN. She was sired by Double-H Big Money 504R and out of WCR MS Impress 1164 P ET. She was the high selling female, going for $2,600 to Dybdal Charolais of Newcastle, NE.
Seth Weishaar of Belle Fourche, SD served as auctioneer for the Charolais Sale. He auctioned 13 bulls and six females. Thirteen bulls averaged $2,411.54, and the six females averaged $1,633.33.
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