Diamond D Angus sale report
Top bulls: Lot 57J brought $10,000, a son of DDA Emblazon 27C, sold to Ole Farms, Athabasca, Alberta Canada.
Lot 35J brought $6,250, a red son of BB 5236 BBRED 6015, sold to Gabe Brown, Bismarck, ND,
Lot 33J brought $6,000, a son of DDA Fahren 5Z, sold to Bismarck Ranch, Vale, SD.
Lot 93J brought $5,500, a son of DDA Favour 26F, sold to Bismarck Ranch, Vale, SD.
Lot 13J brought $5,500, a son of DDA Freeman 68F, sold to Bismarck Ranch, Vale, SD.
Top bred cows: Lot 209 brought $7,000, a Jan. 2002 daughter of OCC Emblazon 854E, sold to Calvin Nolke, LaGrange, WY.
Lot 6104 brought $4,000, a May 2006 daughter of DDA Emblazon 27C, sold to Calvin Nolke.
Lot 204 brought $4,000, a Jan. 2002 daughter of OCC Emblazon 854E, sold to Elston Lone Tree Ranch, Spiritwood, ND.
Lot 587 brought $3,400, an April 2005 daughter of DDA Broadside 528, sold to Elston Lone Tree Ranch.
Top bred heifers: Lot 962 brought $3,250, a daughter of MH Mick 53 sold to Silas Chapman, Stettler, Alberta Canada.
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