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Diamond D Angus 21st Annual Sale

The 21st annual Diamond D Angus sale was held on Nov. 12th at the ranch at Valier, MT on a mild winter day. A large group of buyers, phone bidders and spectators from across the country, including Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Virginia, New Mexico, Minnesota, Hawaii, Canada, and Australia, participated and contributed to the success of the sale. The animals at Diamond D Angus are moderate framed and easy keepers.

The top selling bull of the day went to the Bismarck Ranch of Vale, SD. He was DDA Freemen 94i, a son of the popular DDA Emblazon 27C bull at Diamond D Angus, selling for $8,250.

The next top selling bull, an embryo transplant E5i, also a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, went to Bill Lansing of Iowa for $7,750.



The next two bulls which tied at $7,500 were DDA Sure Shot 6i, a son of DDA Sure Enough 6D, maternal grandsire Banjo of Wye UMF 6413 and DDA Fix It 98i, maternal grandsire Bear of Wye UMF 6591, both selling to Bismarck Ranch.

Ole Farms of Alberta, Canada, chose DDA Emblazon E3i, an embryo transplant, sired by OCC Emblazon 845E for $6,750.



Amthor Farms and Wildlife, LLC of Hawaii chose cow DDA Holly 4022, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, at the price of $6,000. Brian Collins of Oklahoma purchased Doris 202 DDA, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 28A, for $4,500, and Scott Star of Nebraska got the next cow, DDA Ginny 633, a daughter of DDA Sure Enough 6D at the price of $2,600.

Gompert Angus of Nebraska and Frank Taylor of Minnesota both chose a heifer at the price of $3,500. Gompert chose a daughter of the great DDA Fahren 21X bull which has given so many great qualities to the herd at Diamond D Angus. Frank Taylor chose a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, also coming from the Fahren bloodlines. The next heifer was sold to Reality Farms of VA. This animal is DDA Mabel 8100, also a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, for $3,250.

Diamond D Angus would like to thank each and everyone who helped make the sale a success; the customers, the helpers and everyone involved with the sale.

The winner of the $250 pre-registration drawing was Greg Schaeffer from Nebraska.

The 21st annual Diamond D Angus sale was held on Nov. 12th at the ranch at Valier, MT on a mild winter day. A large group of buyers, phone bidders and spectators from across the country, including Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Virginia, New Mexico, Minnesota, Hawaii, Canada, and Australia, participated and contributed to the success of the sale. The animals at Diamond D Angus are moderate framed and easy keepers.

The top selling bull of the day went to the Bismarck Ranch of Vale, SD. He was DDA Freemen 94i, a son of the popular DDA Emblazon 27C bull at Diamond D Angus, selling for $8,250.

The next top selling bull, an embryo transplant E5i, also a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, went to Bill Lansing of Iowa for $7,750.

The next two bulls which tied at $7,500 were DDA Sure Shot 6i, a son of DDA Sure Enough 6D, maternal grandsire Banjo of Wye UMF 6413 and DDA Fix It 98i, maternal grandsire Bear of Wye UMF 6591, both selling to Bismarck Ranch.

Ole Farms of Alberta, Canada, chose DDA Emblazon E3i, an embryo transplant, sired by OCC Emblazon 845E for $6,750.

Amthor Farms and Wildlife, LLC of Hawaii chose cow DDA Holly 4022, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, at the price of $6,000. Brian Collins of Oklahoma purchased Doris 202 DDA, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 28A, for $4,500, and Scott Star of Nebraska got the next cow, DDA Ginny 633, a daughter of DDA Sure Enough 6D at the price of $2,600.

Gompert Angus of Nebraska and Frank Taylor of Minnesota both chose a heifer at the price of $3,500. Gompert chose a daughter of the great DDA Fahren 21X bull which has given so many great qualities to the herd at Diamond D Angus. Frank Taylor chose a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, also coming from the Fahren bloodlines. The next heifer was sold to Reality Farms of VA. This animal is DDA Mabel 8100, also a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, for $3,250.

Diamond D Angus would like to thank each and everyone who helped make the sale a success; the customers, the helpers and everyone involved with the sale.

The winner of the $250 pre-registration drawing was Greg Schaeffer from Nebraska.

The 21st annual Diamond D Angus sale was held on Nov. 12th at the ranch at Valier, MT on a mild winter day. A large group of buyers, phone bidders and spectators from across the country, including Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Virginia, New Mexico, Minnesota, Hawaii, Canada, and Australia, participated and contributed to the success of the sale. The animals at Diamond D Angus are moderate framed and easy keepers.

The top selling bull of the day went to the Bismarck Ranch of Vale, SD. He was DDA Freemen 94i, a son of the popular DDA Emblazon 27C bull at Diamond D Angus, selling for $8,250.

The next top selling bull, an embryo transplant E5i, also a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, went to Bill Lansing of Iowa for $7,750.

The next two bulls which tied at $7,500 were DDA Sure Shot 6i, a son of DDA Sure Enough 6D, maternal grandsire Banjo of Wye UMF 6413 and DDA Fix It 98i, maternal grandsire Bear of Wye UMF 6591, both selling to Bismarck Ranch.

Ole Farms of Alberta, Canada, chose DDA Emblazon E3i, an embryo transplant, sired by OCC Emblazon 845E for $6,750.

Amthor Farms and Wildlife, LLC of Hawaii chose cow DDA Holly 4022, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, at the price of $6,000. Brian Collins of Oklahoma purchased Doris 202 DDA, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 28A, for $4,500, and Scott Star of Nebraska got the next cow, DDA Ginny 633, a daughter of DDA Sure Enough 6D at the price of $2,600.

Gompert Angus of Nebraska and Frank Taylor of Minnesota both chose a heifer at the price of $3,500. Gompert chose a daughter of the great DDA Fahren 21X bull which has given so many great qualities to the herd at Diamond D Angus. Frank Taylor chose a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, also coming from the Fahren bloodlines. The next heifer was sold to Reality Farms of VA. This animal is DDA Mabel 8100, also a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, for $3,250.

Diamond D Angus would like to thank each and everyone who helped make the sale a success; the customers, the helpers and everyone involved with the sale.

The winner of the $250 pre-registration drawing was Greg Schaeffer from Nebraska.

The 21st annual Diamond D Angus sale was held on Nov. 12th at the ranch at Valier, MT on a mild winter day. A large group of buyers, phone bidders and spectators from across the country, including Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Virginia, New Mexico, Minnesota, Hawaii, Canada, and Australia, participated and contributed to the success of the sale. The animals at Diamond D Angus are moderate framed and easy keepers.

The top selling bull of the day went to the Bismarck Ranch of Vale, SD. He was DDA Freemen 94i, a son of the popular DDA Emblazon 27C bull at Diamond D Angus, selling for $8,250.

The next top selling bull, an embryo transplant E5i, also a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, went to Bill Lansing of Iowa for $7,750.

The next two bulls which tied at $7,500 were DDA Sure Shot 6i, a son of DDA Sure Enough 6D, maternal grandsire Banjo of Wye UMF 6413 and DDA Fix It 98i, maternal grandsire Bear of Wye UMF 6591, both selling to Bismarck Ranch.

Ole Farms of Alberta, Canada, chose DDA Emblazon E3i, an embryo transplant, sired by OCC Emblazon 845E for $6,750.

Amthor Farms and Wildlife, LLC of Hawaii chose cow DDA Holly 4022, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, at the price of $6,000. Brian Collins of Oklahoma purchased Doris 202 DDA, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 28A, for $4,500, and Scott Star of Nebraska got the next cow, DDA Ginny 633, a daughter of DDA Sure Enough 6D at the price of $2,600.

Gompert Angus of Nebraska and Frank Taylor of Minnesota both chose a heifer at the price of $3,500. Gompert chose a daughter of the great DDA Fahren 21X bull which has given so many great qualities to the herd at Diamond D Angus. Frank Taylor chose a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, also coming from the Fahren bloodlines. The next heifer was sold to Reality Farms of VA. This animal is DDA Mabel 8100, also a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, for $3,250.

Diamond D Angus would like to thank each and everyone who helped make the sale a success; the customers, the helpers and everyone involved with the sale.

The winner of the $250 pre-registration drawing was Greg Schaeffer from Nebraska.

The 21st annual Diamond D Angus sale was held on Nov. 12th at the ranch at Valier, MT on a mild winter day. A large group of buyers, phone bidders and spectators from across the country, including Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Virginia, New Mexico, Minnesota, Hawaii, Canada, and Australia, participated and contributed to the success of the sale. The animals at Diamond D Angus are moderate framed and easy keepers.

The top selling bull of the day went to the Bismarck Ranch of Vale, SD. He was DDA Freemen 94i, a son of the popular DDA Emblazon 27C bull at Diamond D Angus, selling for $8,250.

The next top selling bull, an embryo transplant E5i, also a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, went to Bill Lansing of Iowa for $7,750.

The next two bulls which tied at $7,500 were DDA Sure Shot 6i, a son of DDA Sure Enough 6D, maternal grandsire Banjo of Wye UMF 6413 and DDA Fix It 98i, maternal grandsire Bear of Wye UMF 6591, both selling to Bismarck Ranch.

Ole Farms of Alberta, Canada, chose DDA Emblazon E3i, an embryo transplant, sired by OCC Emblazon 845E for $6,750.

Amthor Farms and Wildlife, LLC of Hawaii chose cow DDA Holly 4022, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, at the price of $6,000. Brian Collins of Oklahoma purchased Doris 202 DDA, a daughter of DDA Emblazon 28A, for $4,500, and Scott Star of Nebraska got the next cow, DDA Ginny 633, a daughter of DDA Sure Enough 6D at the price of $2,600.

Gompert Angus of Nebraska and Frank Taylor of Minnesota both chose a heifer at the price of $3,500. Gompert chose a daughter of the great DDA Fahren 21X bull which has given so many great qualities to the herd at Diamond D Angus. Frank Taylor chose a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, also coming from the Fahren bloodlines. The next heifer was sold to Reality Farms of VA. This animal is DDA Mabel 8100, also a daughter of DDA Fahren 5Z, for $3,250.

Diamond D Angus would like to thank each and everyone who helped make the sale a success; the customers, the helpers and everyone involved with the sale.

The winner of the $250 pre-registration drawing was Greg Schaeffer from Nebraska.


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