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Larson Ranch 42nd Annual Bull & Bred Heifer Sale

The Larson Ranch from Hamill, SD, presented an outstanding set of bulls and artificially inseminated-bred heifers for their annual production sale at Presho Livestock in Presho, SD. This was, perhaps, the largest crowd I’ve seen at a bull sale this spring. I didn’t check the kitchen, but there couldn’t have been much food left, as the line for dinner wound around the corner of the lobby.

The Larson family ranch produces purebred and commercial cattle in volume, and with quality. This was truly an impressive set of bulls and bred heifers. The large crowd consisted of mostly repeat buyers. When you visit with these customers, you learn that many of them have been buying bulls from Larsons for 30 years or more.

As stated in the catalog, the Larson guarantee on these bulls is as complete as you can get. This is probably why so many customers are loyal to this program. The Larson family really believes that bull buyers are not just customers, but friends – and many of them for a lifetime.



One feature of the sale was the Lot 3 Angus bull, a Final Answer son, whose proceeds were donated to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. At $4,000, he was bought by longtime customers, Loren and Rhonda Reuter from Allen, NE. The mother to this bull had sold in last year’s sale in memory of Glenn Larson, with the proceeds also going to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. Buying that female in 2010 were Bill and Patty Dewitt and Ralph and Eileen McGinnley. After purchasing her last year, they wanted her calf sold each year with proceeds going to local cancer and hospice units. So the legacy continues. Watch for another calf at next year’s sale!

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 38, an Angus bull, selling for $5,600 to Jerry Osterberg from Salem, SD. He was a son of HARB Pendleton 765JH, going back to Final Answer, and out of a daughter of Freightliner. He had a weaning weight of 787 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,508 lbs.



The Larson Ranch from Hamill, SD, presented an outstanding set of bulls and artificially inseminated-bred heifers for their annual production sale at Presho Livestock in Presho, SD. This was, perhaps, the largest crowd I’ve seen at a bull sale this spring. I didn’t check the kitchen, but there couldn’t have been much food left, as the line for dinner wound around the corner of the lobby.

The Larson family ranch produces purebred and commercial cattle in volume, and with quality. This was truly an impressive set of bulls and bred heifers. The large crowd consisted of mostly repeat buyers. When you visit with these customers, you learn that many of them have been buying bulls from Larsons for 30 years or more.

As stated in the catalog, the Larson guarantee on these bulls is as complete as you can get. This is probably why so many customers are loyal to this program. The Larson family really believes that bull buyers are not just customers, but friends – and many of them for a lifetime.

One feature of the sale was the Lot 3 Angus bull, a Final Answer son, whose proceeds were donated to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. At $4,000, he was bought by longtime customers, Loren and Rhonda Reuter from Allen, NE. The mother to this bull had sold in last year’s sale in memory of Glenn Larson, with the proceeds also going to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. Buying that female in 2010 were Bill and Patty Dewitt and Ralph and Eileen McGinnley. After purchasing her last year, they wanted her calf sold each year with proceeds going to local cancer and hospice units. So the legacy continues. Watch for another calf at next year’s sale!

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 38, an Angus bull, selling for $5,600 to Jerry Osterberg from Salem, SD. He was a son of HARB Pendleton 765JH, going back to Final Answer, and out of a daughter of Freightliner. He had a weaning weight of 787 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,508 lbs.

The Larson Ranch from Hamill, SD, presented an outstanding set of bulls and artificially inseminated-bred heifers for their annual production sale at Presho Livestock in Presho, SD. This was, perhaps, the largest crowd I’ve seen at a bull sale this spring. I didn’t check the kitchen, but there couldn’t have been much food left, as the line for dinner wound around the corner of the lobby.

The Larson family ranch produces purebred and commercial cattle in volume, and with quality. This was truly an impressive set of bulls and bred heifers. The large crowd consisted of mostly repeat buyers. When you visit with these customers, you learn that many of them have been buying bulls from Larsons for 30 years or more.

As stated in the catalog, the Larson guarantee on these bulls is as complete as you can get. This is probably why so many customers are loyal to this program. The Larson family really believes that bull buyers are not just customers, but friends – and many of them for a lifetime.

One feature of the sale was the Lot 3 Angus bull, a Final Answer son, whose proceeds were donated to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. At $4,000, he was bought by longtime customers, Loren and Rhonda Reuter from Allen, NE. The mother to this bull had sold in last year’s sale in memory of Glenn Larson, with the proceeds also going to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. Buying that female in 2010 were Bill and Patty Dewitt and Ralph and Eileen McGinnley. After purchasing her last year, they wanted her calf sold each year with proceeds going to local cancer and hospice units. So the legacy continues. Watch for another calf at next year’s sale!

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 38, an Angus bull, selling for $5,600 to Jerry Osterberg from Salem, SD. He was a son of HARB Pendleton 765JH, going back to Final Answer, and out of a daughter of Freightliner. He had a weaning weight of 787 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,508 lbs.

The Larson Ranch from Hamill, SD, presented an outstanding set of bulls and artificially inseminated-bred heifers for their annual production sale at Presho Livestock in Presho, SD. This was, perhaps, the largest crowd I’ve seen at a bull sale this spring. I didn’t check the kitchen, but there couldn’t have been much food left, as the line for dinner wound around the corner of the lobby.

The Larson family ranch produces purebred and commercial cattle in volume, and with quality. This was truly an impressive set of bulls and bred heifers. The large crowd consisted of mostly repeat buyers. When you visit with these customers, you learn that many of them have been buying bulls from Larsons for 30 years or more.

As stated in the catalog, the Larson guarantee on these bulls is as complete as you can get. This is probably why so many customers are loyal to this program. The Larson family really believes that bull buyers are not just customers, but friends – and many of them for a lifetime.

One feature of the sale was the Lot 3 Angus bull, a Final Answer son, whose proceeds were donated to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. At $4,000, he was bought by longtime customers, Loren and Rhonda Reuter from Allen, NE. The mother to this bull had sold in last year’s sale in memory of Glenn Larson, with the proceeds also going to the Winner Hospital Cancer Unit. Buying that female in 2010 were Bill and Patty Dewitt and Ralph and Eileen McGinnley. After purchasing her last year, they wanted her calf sold each year with proceeds going to local cancer and hospice units. So the legacy continues. Watch for another calf at next year’s sale!

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 38, an Angus bull, selling for $5,600 to Jerry Osterberg from Salem, SD. He was a son of HARB Pendleton 765JH, going back to Final Answer, and out of a daughter of Freightliner. He had a weaning weight of 787 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,508 lbs.


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