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Mogck & Sons Angus of Olivet 27th Annual Production Sale

Leona Mogck with Diane and Gary Sandage of Gordon, NE

Mogck and Sons Angus of Olivet, owned by Charles and Duane Mogck, hosted a good crowd on a very nice spring day. It is always neat to see the Mogck cattle, as they are displayed on fresh, green grass runs, and they show their best.

The Mogck herd has built a strong reputation in South Dakota for providing Angus genetics with calving ease, feedlot performance and carcass quality. Since this family feeds a lot of commercial cattle, the feedlot performance and carcass quality are of utmost importance.

This herd has produced several sires that have built their own name for providing top AI genetics across the nation. This family has been in business for a long time and can provide volumes of information on their cattle, going back for generations.



Top selling bull of the day was Lot 11. He was a very interesting herd bull candidate. I felt like this was one of the best traveling, soundest footed bulls that we had seen this spring. Sired by Mogck Whispering Wind 1297 and out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, he had a birth weight of 77 pounds. He weaned at 827 pounds to ratio 114, and had a yearling weight of 1,446 pounds to ratio 118. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.8 sq. in. to ratio 112. The package was completed with a 38 cm. scrotal measurement and EPDs of -0.8 BW, +61 WW, +25 MILK and +109 YW. This impressive bull sold for $10,000 to Donita Boska from Spencer, NE.

Gary Sandage from Gordon, NE chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $6,000. He was a son of the very popular Mogck Whispering Wind 584, and was out of a daughter of another popular bull, Mytty In Focus. With a 69 pound birth weight, he grew to a weaning weight of 810 pounds, and then tipped the scale at 1,368 pounds as a yearling. His IMF ratio was 120 to go with a 13.0 sq. in. rib eye. He measured a 40 cm. scrotal, and his EPDs included -1.5 BW, +57 WW, +21 MILK and +103 YW.



Lot 40 sold for $4,800 to Teunis A. Fluit from Larchwood, IA. With an 84 pound birth weight, he was sired by Mohnen Dynamite 1356 and was out of a daughter of SAF Strategy 9015. He weaned at 824 pounds and reached a yearling weight of 1,405 pounds. His IMF ratio was 135, and his REA was 14.1 sq. in.

Headed to Illinois was Lot 25. Tim Brodic paid $4,700 for this bull sired by Mogck Sure Shot and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a 77 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 759 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,317 pounds. With a 41 cm. scrotal, he had a BW EPD of -1.4 to go with his yearling EPD of +100.

Repeat buyer Bietz Farms from Tripp, SD selected Lot 49 at $4,800. He was sired by Woodhill Mainline and had a 90 pound birth weight. His weaning weight tipped the scales at an impressive 891 pounds.

The top selling pair of yearling heifers brought $1,400 each from Delwyn Anholtz from Cook, NE.

Mogck and Sons Angus of Olivet, owned by Charles and Duane Mogck, hosted a good crowd on a very nice spring day. It is always neat to see the Mogck cattle, as they are displayed on fresh, green grass runs, and they show their best.

The Mogck herd has built a strong reputation in South Dakota for providing Angus genetics with calving ease, feedlot performance and carcass quality. Since this family feeds a lot of commercial cattle, the feedlot performance and carcass quality are of utmost importance.

This herd has produced several sires that have built their own name for providing top AI genetics across the nation. This family has been in business for a long time and can provide volumes of information on their cattle, going back for generations.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 11. He was a very interesting herd bull candidate. I felt like this was one of the best traveling, soundest footed bulls that we had seen this spring. Sired by Mogck Whispering Wind 1297 and out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, he had a birth weight of 77 pounds. He weaned at 827 pounds to ratio 114, and had a yearling weight of 1,446 pounds to ratio 118. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.8 sq. in. to ratio 112. The package was completed with a 38 cm. scrotal measurement and EPDs of -0.8 BW, +61 WW, +25 MILK and +109 YW. This impressive bull sold for $10,000 to Donita Boska from Spencer, NE.

Gary Sandage from Gordon, NE chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $6,000. He was a son of the very popular Mogck Whispering Wind 584, and was out of a daughter of another popular bull, Mytty In Focus. With a 69 pound birth weight, he grew to a weaning weight of 810 pounds, and then tipped the scale at 1,368 pounds as a yearling. His IMF ratio was 120 to go with a 13.0 sq. in. rib eye. He measured a 40 cm. scrotal, and his EPDs included -1.5 BW, +57 WW, +21 MILK and +103 YW.

Lot 40 sold for $4,800 to Teunis A. Fluit from Larchwood, IA. With an 84 pound birth weight, he was sired by Mohnen Dynamite 1356 and was out of a daughter of SAF Strategy 9015. He weaned at 824 pounds and reached a yearling weight of 1,405 pounds. His IMF ratio was 135, and his REA was 14.1 sq. in.

Headed to Illinois was Lot 25. Tim Brodic paid $4,700 for this bull sired by Mogck Sure Shot and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a 77 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 759 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,317 pounds. With a 41 cm. scrotal, he had a BW EPD of -1.4 to go with his yearling EPD of +100.

Repeat buyer Bietz Farms from Tripp, SD selected Lot 49 at $4,800. He was sired by Woodhill Mainline and had a 90 pound birth weight. His weaning weight tipped the scales at an impressive 891 pounds.

The top selling pair of yearling heifers brought $1,400 each from Delwyn Anholtz from Cook, NE.

Mogck and Sons Angus of Olivet, owned by Charles and Duane Mogck, hosted a good crowd on a very nice spring day. It is always neat to see the Mogck cattle, as they are displayed on fresh, green grass runs, and they show their best.

The Mogck herd has built a strong reputation in South Dakota for providing Angus genetics with calving ease, feedlot performance and carcass quality. Since this family feeds a lot of commercial cattle, the feedlot performance and carcass quality are of utmost importance.

This herd has produced several sires that have built their own name for providing top AI genetics across the nation. This family has been in business for a long time and can provide volumes of information on their cattle, going back for generations.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 11. He was a very interesting herd bull candidate. I felt like this was one of the best traveling, soundest footed bulls that we had seen this spring. Sired by Mogck Whispering Wind 1297 and out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, he had a birth weight of 77 pounds. He weaned at 827 pounds to ratio 114, and had a yearling weight of 1,446 pounds to ratio 118. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.8 sq. in. to ratio 112. The package was completed with a 38 cm. scrotal measurement and EPDs of -0.8 BW, +61 WW, +25 MILK and +109 YW. This impressive bull sold for $10,000 to Donita Boska from Spencer, NE.

Gary Sandage from Gordon, NE chose a new herd bull in Lot 4 at $6,000. He was a son of the very popular Mogck Whispering Wind 584, and was out of a daughter of another popular bull, Mytty In Focus. With a 69 pound birth weight, he grew to a weaning weight of 810 pounds, and then tipped the scale at 1,368 pounds as a yearling. His IMF ratio was 120 to go with a 13.0 sq. in. rib eye. He measured a 40 cm. scrotal, and his EPDs included -1.5 BW, +57 WW, +21 MILK and +103 YW.

Lot 40 sold for $4,800 to Teunis A. Fluit from Larchwood, IA. With an 84 pound birth weight, he was sired by Mohnen Dynamite 1356 and was out of a daughter of SAF Strategy 9015. He weaned at 824 pounds and reached a yearling weight of 1,405 pounds. His IMF ratio was 135, and his REA was 14.1 sq. in.

Headed to Illinois was Lot 25. Tim Brodic paid $4,700 for this bull sired by Mogck Sure Shot and out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a 77 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 759 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,317 pounds. With a 41 cm. scrotal, he had a BW EPD of -1.4 to go with his yearling EPD of +100.

Repeat buyer Bietz Farms from Tripp, SD selected Lot 49 at $4,800. He was sired by Woodhill Mainline and had a 90 pound birth weight. His weaning weight tipped the scales at an impressive 891 pounds.

The top selling pair of yearling heifers brought $1,400 each from Delwyn Anholtz from Cook, NE.


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