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Lindskov-Thiel Ranch 28th Annual Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

Father-son team Monty and Casey Cronin claimed the day's high-selling Angus bull, a Bennett Total son.

Nobody does it quite like Lindskov-Thiel. They continue to set the pace for marketing seedstock in SD. How do they do it? They do it by being in business 365 days a year. Their program includes a total commitment to their customers. They want their customers satisfied and operating at a profitable level.

Area ranchers, along with purebred breeders from New Mexico to Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, came to bid on and buy Charolais and Angus genetics. Adding a little international flavor to the event were cattlemen from New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar kept the sale moving along at a snappy pace as he auctioned off 200 bulls.

Nobody does it quite like Lindskov-Thiel. They continue to set the pace for marketing seedstock in SD. How do they do it? They do it by being in business 365 days a year. Their program includes a total commitment to their customers. They want their customers satisfied and operating at a profitable level.

Area ranchers, along with purebred breeders from New Mexico to Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, came to bid on and buy Charolais and Angus genetics. Adding a little international flavor to the event were cattlemen from New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar kept the sale moving along at a snappy pace as he auctioned off 200 bulls.

Nobody does it quite like Lindskov-Thiel. They continue to set the pace for marketing seedstock in SD. How do they do it? They do it by being in business 365 days a year. Their program includes a total commitment to their customers. They want their customers satisfied and operating at a profitable level.

Area ranchers, along with purebred breeders from New Mexico to Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, came to bid on and buy Charolais and Angus genetics. Adding a little international flavor to the event were cattlemen from New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar kept the sale moving along at a snappy pace as he auctioned off 200 bulls.

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Nobody does it quite like Lindskov-Thiel. They continue to set the pace for marketing seedstock in SD. How do they do it? They do it by being in business 365 days a year. Their program includes a total commitment to their customers. They want their customers satisfied and operating at a profitable level.

Area ranchers, along with purebred breeders from New Mexico to Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, came to bid on and buy Charolais and Angus genetics. Adding a little international flavor to the event were cattlemen from New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar kept the sale moving along at a snappy pace as he auctioned off 200 bulls.

Nobody does it quite like Lindskov-Thiel. They continue to set the pace for marketing seedstock in SD. How do they do it? They do it by being in business 365 days a year. Their program includes a total commitment to their customers. They want their customers satisfied and operating at a profitable level.

Area ranchers, along with purebred breeders from New Mexico to Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest, came to bid on and buy Charolais and Angus genetics. Adding a little international flavor to the event were cattlemen from New Zealand, Australia and Canada. Auctioneer Lynn Weishaar kept the sale moving along at a snappy pace as he auctioned off 200 bulls.