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Derry Cattle Co. 39th Annual Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

April 16, 2008

At the ranch near Wood, SD

Lynn Weishaar

83 yearling Angus Bulls – $2,602

The Derry Ranch near Wood, SD, was the place to be on April 16. The weather may have been chilly, but the crowd soon warmed up after a quick walk through the bulls. After some hot coffee, they were ready to bid on this quality set of Angus bulls offered by Bob and Illa, Blake and Dawn.

The Derry name has long been synonymous with good purebred cattle in South Dakota, and they are now well into their third generation. Everything is operating at full steam.

April 16, 2008

At the ranch near Wood, SD

Lynn Weishaar

83 yearling Angus Bulls – $2,602

The Derry Ranch near Wood, SD, was the place to be on April 16. The weather may have been chilly, but the crowd soon warmed up after a quick walk through the bulls. After some hot coffee, they were ready to bid on this quality set of Angus bulls offered by Bob and Illa, Blake and Dawn.

The Derry name has long been synonymous with good purebred cattle in South Dakota, and they are now well into their third generation. Everything is operating at full steam.

April 16, 2008

At the ranch near Wood, SD

Lynn Weishaar

83 yearling Angus Bulls – $2,602

The Derry Ranch near Wood, SD, was the place to be on April 16. The weather may have been chilly, but the crowd soon warmed up after a quick walk through the bulls. After some hot coffee, they were ready to bid on this quality set of Angus bulls offered by Bob and Illa, Blake and Dawn.

The Derry name has long been synonymous with good purebred cattle in South Dakota, and they are now well into their third generation. Everything is operating at full steam.

April 16, 2008

At the ranch near Wood, SD

Lynn Weishaar

83 yearling Angus Bulls – $2,602

The Derry Ranch near Wood, SD, was the place to be on April 16. The weather may have been chilly, but the crowd soon warmed up after a quick walk through the bulls. After some hot coffee, they were ready to bid on this quality set of Angus bulls offered by Bob and Illa, Blake and Dawn.

The Derry name has long been synonymous with good purebred cattle in South Dakota, and they are now well into their third generation. Everything is operating at full steam.


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