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Koupal Angus 32nd Annual Bull Sale

Mark Schmidt of Gary, SD with nephew Cooper Schmidt.

Koupal Angus, owned by LaVern and Alice Koupal, and their sons, Bud and wife, Bernie, of B & B Angus, and David and his wife, Peggy, with their Sleepy Hollow Angus, hosted perhaps the biggest crowd we have seen at a bull sale this spring. With the temperatures about 40 degrees higher than last year, folks arrived early to walk through the bulls and make their choices.

The sale started out strong and stayed that way to the very end. Although all three families have their separate herds and breeding programs, they all have the same philosophy – they want satisfied customers that come back to buy cattle the next year.

Koupal Angus, owned by LaVern and Alice Koupal, and their sons, Bud and wife, Bernie, of B & B Angus, and David and his wife, Peggy, with their Sleepy Hollow Angus, hosted perhaps the biggest crowd we have seen at a bull sale this spring. With the temperatures about 40 degrees higher than last year, folks arrived early to walk through the bulls and make their choices.



The sale started out strong and stayed that way to the very end. Although all three families have their separate herds and breeding programs, they all have the same philosophy – they want satisfied customers that come back to buy cattle the next year.

Koupal Angus, owned by LaVern and Alice Koupal, and their sons, Bud and wife, Bernie, of B & B Angus, and David and his wife, Peggy, with their Sleepy Hollow Angus, hosted perhaps the biggest crowd we have seen at a bull sale this spring. With the temperatures about 40 degrees higher than last year, folks arrived early to walk through the bulls and make their choices.



The sale started out strong and stayed that way to the very end. Although all three families have their separate herds and breeding programs, they all have the same philosophy – they want satisfied customers that come back to buy cattle the next year.

Koupal Angus, owned by LaVern and Alice Koupal, and their sons, Bud and wife, Bernie, of B & B Angus, and David and his wife, Peggy, with their Sleepy Hollow Angus, hosted perhaps the biggest crowd we have seen at a bull sale this spring. With the temperatures about 40 degrees higher than last year, folks arrived early to walk through the bulls and make their choices.

The sale started out strong and stayed that way to the very end. Although all three families have their separate herds and breeding programs, they all have the same philosophy – they want satisfied customers that come back to buy cattle the next year.

Koupal Angus, owned by LaVern and Alice Koupal, and their sons, Bud and wife, Bernie, of B & B Angus, and David and his wife, Peggy, with their Sleepy Hollow Angus, hosted perhaps the biggest crowd we have seen at a bull sale this spring. With the temperatures about 40 degrees higher than last year, folks arrived early to walk through the bulls and make their choices.

The sale started out strong and stayed that way to the very end. Although all three families have their separate herds and breeding programs, they all have the same philosophy – they want satisfied customers that come back to buy cattle the next year.


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