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Mangen Angus Annual Bull Sale

Scott Dirk, Dan Piroutek & Doug Hogan
Diane and Gary Sandage, Sandage Angus Ranch from Gordon, NE, purchased the high-selling bull, Lot 85, for $17,000.

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Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.

Mangen Angus Ranch, held their annual bull sale on April 28, 2011 at the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange, Belle Fourche, SD.

Once again the bulls were in great working condition. They were not over-fed and will go out to work in the breeding pasture without falling apart. These bulls have never seen creep feed, they excel on mother’s milk and the hard native grasses of southeast Montana. They are fed for a moderate 3-pound gain in the lot, emphasizing structural soundness and testicular development. These bulls should gain weight in the breeding pasture over the summer and produce scale-topping calves next fall.

This was a fast-paced sale, and since the bulls sold in catalog order by sire group, there were excellent bulls throughout the sale, with many top-selling bulls sold in the later part of the day. The Mangens have an excellent following of loyal customers, with good reason. Not only do the bulls work, but the Mangen Angus guarantee – which is the best there is. These bulls are fully guaranteed for one year, no matter what!

The top-selling bull was Lot 85, MAR Payweight 0585, a 3/20/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 and out of a Cincha daughter. This bull has EPDs of BW 1.1, WW 55, YW 82 and Milk 21 with a weaning ratio of 112. Sandage Angus, Gordon, NE, was the buyer at $17,000.

Selling at $8,500 was Lot 82, MAR Payweight 0582, a 4/3/10 son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 41, YW 68 and Milk 17. Scherbenske Angus, Lehr, ND, was the buyer.

Lot 75, MAR Payweight 0575, went to repeat buyer Nancy Yonkee, Gillette, WY, for $6,250. This 4/2/10 bull is another son of MAR Payweight 8519 with EPDs of BW 3.8, WW 54, YW 88 and Milk 20.

Scherbenske Angus struck again at $6,250 for Lot 96, MAR Decade 0596, a 5/29/10 son of WK Decade 6199 with EPDs of BW 1.2, WW 64, YW 85 and Milk 17 with a weaning ratio of 130.

Selling at $6,000 was Lot 18, MAR Net Worth 0518, a 4/11/10 son of PF Net Worth 824 with EPDs of BW 3.1, WW 42, YW 79 and Milk 21. Carl Kuemmerle, Upton, WY, was the buyer.

Lot 169, MAR Onward 0669, a 3/27/10 son of Tokach Upward 8047 with EPDs of BW 2.3, WW 55, YW 97 and Milk 24, sold to Pilster Ranch, Alzada, MT, for $5,500.


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