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Littau Angus Sale

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Kenny Armstrong of Winner, SD with Bob and LeRoy Littau reviewing the bull info.

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Lots of good ranchers gathered for this annual event. The weather was just right with sunshine, a light breeze and drying conditions. People were just excited with being out and green grass showing up.

Long standing as good cowmen, Littau’s operate with inputs like a good commercial operation. The cowherd is strong on fertilility, milk and disposition. Only 40 percent of the male crop is offered as bulls. Leroy and Bob agreed this was their strongest, stoutest set ever – generations deep in productive nonpampered cows. Interesting footnote, many a bull sold for between $2,500-$3,000 that had a 700 pound plus 205 weight and 1,300 pound yearling weight- real value for your dollar.

On the seats were customers of Littau’s who sell their calves at the local auction markets and have market topping calves out of Littau Angus bulls. Just a good testimonial to the integrity of the Littau operation.

This year’s offering featured several top individuals all carrying the influence of their own breeding program – LAR Windy 64 423S and LAR Alliance 64L. Both sires are by the Eileenmere Diamond 16I LAR cow, a proven pathfinder producer.

As always, Colonel Lynn moved the sale along and prior to the sale, a great lunch was offered.

Lot 557 at $5,500, top seller, a son of the program, LAR Alliance 64L easy on the eyes, loose hided, well designed with a tremondous yearling weight of 1,406 pounds and a modest birth weight of 80 pounds. He has EPDs of +3.4, +66, +31 and +122. DeVries Ranch of Corsica, SD took home this herd bull prospect.

Novotny Angus of Colome, SD, noted for raising high-end replacements, took home two half brother bulls, Lots 704 and 313. Both individuals were thicker ended, with 14 inch rib eyes above average weaning and yearling numbers sired by LAR Windy 4235.

Lot 651 at $4,500 from new herdsire Koupal Juneau 797 with a 818 pound 205 weight and a 1,373 yearling weight, went to Mike Hento of Avon, SD.

Lot 567 at $4,400, another LAR Alliance 64L son with big numbers (749 and 1,362), went to Brad DeVries of Corsica, SD.

Lot 168 at $4,250, a son of Koupal Juneau with EPDs of +1.3, 44, 26, +75, sold to Jim Bultje of Lake Andes, SD.

Lot 618 at $4,000 sold to Feltman Ranch of Chamberlain, SD. He was an Image Maker out of an Alliance 64L daughter.

Lots of good ranchers gathered for this annual event. The weather was just right with sunshine, a light breeze and drying conditions. People were just excited with being out and green grass showing up.

Long standing as good cowmen, Littau’s operate with inputs like a good commercial operation. The cowherd is strong on fertilility, milk and disposition. Only 40 percent of the male crop is offered as bulls. Leroy and Bob agreed this was their strongest, stoutest set ever – generations deep in productive nonpampered cows. Interesting footnote, many a bull sold for between $2,500-$3,000 that had a 700 pound plus 205 weight and 1,300 pound yearling weight- real value for your dollar.

On the seats were customers of Littau’s who sell their calves at the local auction markets and have market topping calves out of Littau Angus bulls. Just a good testimonial to the integrity of the Littau operation.

This year’s offering featured several top individuals all carrying the influence of their own breeding program – LAR Windy 64 423S and LAR Alliance 64L. Both sires are by the Eileenmere Diamond 16I LAR cow, a proven pathfinder producer.

As always, Colonel Lynn moved the sale along and prior to the sale, a great lunch was offered.

Lot 557 at $5,500, top seller, a son of the program, LAR Alliance 64L easy on the eyes, loose hided, well designed with a tremondous yearling weight of 1,406 pounds and a modest birth weight of 80 pounds. He has EPDs of +3.4, +66, +31 and +122. DeVries Ranch of Corsica, SD took home this herd bull prospect.

Novotny Angus of Colome, SD, noted for raising high-end replacements, took home two half brother bulls, Lots 704 and 313. Both individuals were thicker ended, with 14 inch rib eyes above average weaning and yearling numbers sired by LAR Windy 4235.

Lot 651 at $4,500 from new herdsire Koupal Juneau 797 with a 818 pound 205 weight and a 1,373 yearling weight, went to Mike Hento of Avon, SD.

Lot 567 at $4,400, another LAR Alliance 64L son with big numbers (749 and 1,362), went to Brad DeVries of Corsica, SD.

Lot 168 at $4,250, a son of Koupal Juneau with EPDs of +1.3, 44, 26, +75, sold to Jim Bultje of Lake Andes, SD.

Lot 618 at $4,000 sold to Feltman Ranch of Chamberlain, SD. He was an Image Maker out of an Alliance 64L daughter.

Lots of good ranchers gathered for this annual event. The weather was just right with sunshine, a light breeze and drying conditions. People were just excited with being out and green grass showing up.

Long standing as good cowmen, Littau’s operate with inputs like a good commercial operation. The cowherd is strong on fertilility, milk and disposition. Only 40 percent of the male crop is offered as bulls. Leroy and Bob agreed this was their strongest, stoutest set ever – generations deep in productive nonpampered cows. Interesting footnote, many a bull sold for between $2,500-$3,000 that had a 700 pound plus 205 weight and 1,300 pound yearling weight- real value for your dollar.

On the seats were customers of Littau’s who sell their calves at the local auction markets and have market topping calves out of Littau Angus bulls. Just a good testimonial to the integrity of the Littau operation.

This year’s offering featured several top individuals all carrying the influence of their own breeding program – LAR Windy 64 423S and LAR Alliance 64L. Both sires are by the Eileenmere Diamond 16I LAR cow, a proven pathfinder producer.

As always, Colonel Lynn moved the sale along and prior to the sale, a great lunch was offered.

Lot 557 at $5,500, top seller, a son of the program, LAR Alliance 64L easy on the eyes, loose hided, well designed with a tremondous yearling weight of 1,406 pounds and a modest birth weight of 80 pounds. He has EPDs of +3.4, +66, +31 and +122. DeVries Ranch of Corsica, SD took home this herd bull prospect.

Novotny Angus of Colome, SD, noted for raising high-end replacements, took home two half brother bulls, Lots 704 and 313. Both individuals were thicker ended, with 14 inch rib eyes above average weaning and yearling numbers sired by LAR Windy 4235.

Lot 651 at $4,500 from new herdsire Koupal Juneau 797 with a 818 pound 205 weight and a 1,373 yearling weight, went to Mike Hento of Avon, SD.

Lot 567 at $4,400, another LAR Alliance 64L son with big numbers (749 and 1,362), went to Brad DeVries of Corsica, SD.

Lot 168 at $4,250, a son of Koupal Juneau with EPDs of +1.3, 44, 26, +75, sold to Jim Bultje of Lake Andes, SD.

Lot 618 at $4,000 sold to Feltman Ranch of Chamberlain, SD. He was an Image Maker out of an Alliance 64L daughter.

Lots of good ranchers gathered for this annual event. The weather was just right with sunshine, a light breeze and drying conditions. People were just excited with being out and green grass showing up.

Long standing as good cowmen, Littau’s operate with inputs like a good commercial operation. The cowherd is strong on fertilility, milk and disposition. Only 40 percent of the male crop is offered as bulls. Leroy and Bob agreed this was their strongest, stoutest set ever – generations deep in productive nonpampered cows. Interesting footnote, many a bull sold for between $2,500-$3,000 that had a 700 pound plus 205 weight and 1,300 pound yearling weight- real value for your dollar.

On the seats were customers of Littau’s who sell their calves at the local auction markets and have market topping calves out of Littau Angus bulls. Just a good testimonial to the integrity of the Littau operation.

This year’s offering featured several top individuals all carrying the influence of their own breeding program – LAR Windy 64 423S and LAR Alliance 64L. Both sires are by the Eileenmere Diamond 16I LAR cow, a proven pathfinder producer.

As always, Colonel Lynn moved the sale along and prior to the sale, a great lunch was offered.

Lot 557 at $5,500, top seller, a son of the program, LAR Alliance 64L easy on the eyes, loose hided, well designed with a tremondous yearling weight of 1,406 pounds and a modest birth weight of 80 pounds. He has EPDs of +3.4, +66, +31 and +122. DeVries Ranch of Corsica, SD took home this herd bull prospect.

Novotny Angus of Colome, SD, noted for raising high-end replacements, took home two half brother bulls, Lots 704 and 313. Both individuals were thicker ended, with 14 inch rib eyes above average weaning and yearling numbers sired by LAR Windy 4235.

Lot 651 at $4,500 from new herdsire Koupal Juneau 797 with a 818 pound 205 weight and a 1,373 yearling weight, went to Mike Hento of Avon, SD.

Lot 567 at $4,400, another LAR Alliance 64L son with big numbers (749 and 1,362), went to Brad DeVries of Corsica, SD.

Lot 168 at $4,250, a son of Koupal Juneau with EPDs of +1.3, 44, 26, +75, sold to Jim Bultje of Lake Andes, SD.

Lot 618 at $4,000 sold to Feltman Ranch of Chamberlain, SD. He was an Image Maker out of an Alliance 64L daughter.


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