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LaGrand Angus Ranch 10th Annual Bull and Female Sale

Dan Piroutek

Ringmen Kirby Goettsch and Robbie Schacher on either side of Chauncey Labrier of Murdo, SD, who bought several of the good LaGrand bulls.

The weather on sale day was nearly perfect and the LaGrand sale facilities are something special. LaGrand Angus is owned by Duane and Lance Pankratz and their family. A big crowd had gathered for the sale, and it was a crowd that exchanged during the day as the different sire groups came through the ring. The buyers were able to select from several half brothers as there were several large sire groups in the offering. Another set of buyers were especially interested in the heifer portion of the sale.

The health of these cattle are as good as any you see, as Dr. Pankratz is one of the “pioneers” for cattle health in the state of South Dakota. LaGrand has a second to none guarantee with several other discounts offered. The sale was broadcast over Superior Livestock.

The heifer portion in the sale was extremely strong, with even commercial black white-face heifers bringing over $1,000 a head.

The weather on sale day was nearly perfect and the LaGrand sale facilities are something special. LaGrand Angus is owned by Duane and Lance Pankratz and their family. A big crowd had gathered for the sale, and it was a crowd that exchanged during the day as the different sire groups came through the ring. The buyers were able to select from several half brothers as there were several large sire groups in the offering. Another set of buyers were especially interested in the heifer portion of the sale.

The health of these cattle are as good as any you see, as Dr. Pankratz is one of the “pioneers” for cattle health in the state of South Dakota. LaGrand has a second to none guarantee with several other discounts offered. The sale was broadcast over Superior Livestock.

The heifer portion in the sale was extremely strong, with even commercial black white-face heifers bringing over $1,000 a head.

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The weather on sale day was nearly perfect and the LaGrand sale facilities are something special. LaGrand Angus is owned by Duane and Lance Pankratz and their family. A big crowd had gathered for the sale, and it was a crowd that exchanged during the day as the different sire groups came through the ring. The buyers were able to select from several half brothers as there were several large sire groups in the offering. Another set of buyers were especially interested in the heifer portion of the sale.

The health of these cattle are as good as any you see, as Dr. Pankratz is one of the “pioneers” for cattle health in the state of South Dakota. LaGrand has a second to none guarantee with several other discounts offered. The sale was broadcast over Superior Livestock.

The heifer portion in the sale was extremely strong, with even commercial black white-face heifers bringing over $1,000 a head.

The weather on sale day was nearly perfect and the LaGrand sale facilities are something special. LaGrand Angus is owned by Duane and Lance Pankratz and their family. A big crowd had gathered for the sale, and it was a crowd that exchanged during the day as the different sire groups came through the ring. The buyers were able to select from several half brothers as there were several large sire groups in the offering. Another set of buyers were especially interested in the heifer portion of the sale.

The health of these cattle are as good as any you see, as Dr. Pankratz is one of the “pioneers” for cattle health in the state of South Dakota. LaGrand has a second to none guarantee with several other discounts offered. The sale was broadcast over Superior Livestock.

The heifer portion in the sale was extremely strong, with even commercial black white-face heifers bringing over $1,000 a head.

The weather on sale day was nearly perfect and the LaGrand sale facilities are something special. LaGrand Angus is owned by Duane and Lance Pankratz and their family. A big crowd had gathered for the sale, and it was a crowd that exchanged during the day as the different sire groups came through the ring. The buyers were able to select from several half brothers as there were several large sire groups in the offering. Another set of buyers were especially interested in the heifer portion of the sale.

The health of these cattle are as good as any you see, as Dr. Pankratz is one of the “pioneers” for cattle health in the state of South Dakota. LaGrand has a second to none guarantee with several other discounts offered. The sale was broadcast over Superior Livestock.

The heifer portion in the sale was extremely strong, with even commercial black white-face heifers bringing over $1,000 a head.