Green Mountain Angus Ranch
In spite of winter’s arrival and less than optimum road conditions, Green Mountain Angus Ranch drew a capacity crowd of repeat buyers as well as new comers, who liked the offering and were eager to take part in the bidding action.
Top bulls: Lot 165, a fall yearling son of HA Image Maker 0415, sold to Jim Mitzkus, Luther, MT for $7,250.
Lot 2, a bull calf son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Cooney Brothers, Harlowton, MT for $7,250.
Lot 4, a bull calf son of SAV Final Answer 0035, sold to Bill Bickle, Ismay, MT for $7,000.
Lot 9, a bull calf son of Mytty In Focus, sold to TC Outfit, Vale, SD for $6,500.
Lot 6, a bull calf son of Sitz Upward 307R, sold to Bill Bickle, Ismay, MT for $6,250.
Top females: Twenty-seven head of commercial mid-February calving bred heifers carrying heifer calves sold at $1,700 to Wild Eagle Mountain Ranch, Springdale, MT.
Twenty-four head of commercial mid-February calving bred heifers carring bull calves at $1,600 to Wild Eagle Mountain Ranch, Springdale, MT.
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