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Pannell Angus Bull Sale

Francie and Monte Hamilton of Osage, WY

Pannell Angus Ranch, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, along with Ryan Neiman’s 77 Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual bull sale at Belle Fourche, SD. The crowd did arrive late though, as the weather was less than perfect in many areas. The sun did come out about mid morning and made for a nice sale for both of these firms.

The 77 Ranch sells two-year-old bulls that have not been pampered, and are bred for calving ease and maternal characteristics.

Jim Pannell’s bulls are all yearlings, and mostly all AI’d calving ease bulls with a lot of performance. Most of this year’s crop was sired by Mytty in Focus.



Both outfits breed bulls for ranchers. These bulls are allowed to develop in large pastures, utilizing low quality forage. With plenty of exercise, this allows selection for growth and carcass traits, while avoiding the feet and fertility problems that come from pushing bulls too hard. The Pannell family is confident that these bulls will have long, productive breeding lives. These cattle can thrive on roughage, and maintain themselves in harsh winters. The bidding was very active as the ranchers readily snapped up this good set of bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, selling to Brooks Shepard of Wheatland, WY for $5,000. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Morgan’s Direction 111 9901. With an 81 pound birth weight, he weaned at 674 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,287 pounds. His EPDs were +9 CED, +0.6 BW, +53 WW, +28 MILK, +96 YW, +0.51 MARB and +0.19 RE. A 15.0 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF score of 4.87 completed the package.



Dan Kokesh from Belle Fourche, SD bought two good bulls in Lot 11 at $4,000, and in Lot 5 at $3,900. Lot 11 was sired by Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Connealy Forefront. He had an 84 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 693 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,258 pounds. His EPDs included +1.4 BW, +55 WW, +25 MILK and +98 YW. The Lot 5 bull was also by Mytty in Focus, and was out of a Brick daughter. This bull was the second heaviest weaning weight bull in the sale at 703 pounds and the fourth highest yearling weight bull at 1,268 pounds.

The highest selling two-year-old bull sold for $3,200 to Richard and Janice Peterson from Upton, WY. From the Neiman herd, he was Lot 50, a son of OCC Emblazon 854E, and out of a daughter of High Valley 4C6 Ambush. With a 76 pound birth weight, he weaned at 618 pounds and posted EPDs of +0.9 BW, +43 WW, +13 MILK, and +60 YW.

Pannell Angus Ranch, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, along with Ryan Neiman’s 77 Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual bull sale at Belle Fourche, SD. The crowd did arrive late though, as the weather was less than perfect in many areas. The sun did come out about mid morning and made for a nice sale for both of these firms.

The 77 Ranch sells two-year-old bulls that have not been pampered, and are bred for calving ease and maternal characteristics.

Jim Pannell’s bulls are all yearlings, and mostly all AI’d calving ease bulls with a lot of performance. Most of this year’s crop was sired by Mytty in Focus.

Both outfits breed bulls for ranchers. These bulls are allowed to develop in large pastures, utilizing low quality forage. With plenty of exercise, this allows selection for growth and carcass traits, while avoiding the feet and fertility problems that come from pushing bulls too hard. The Pannell family is confident that these bulls will have long, productive breeding lives. These cattle can thrive on roughage, and maintain themselves in harsh winters. The bidding was very active as the ranchers readily snapped up this good set of bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, selling to Brooks Shepard of Wheatland, WY for $5,000. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Morgan’s Direction 111 9901. With an 81 pound birth weight, he weaned at 674 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,287 pounds. His EPDs were +9 CED, +0.6 BW, +53 WW, +28 MILK, +96 YW, +0.51 MARB and +0.19 RE. A 15.0 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF score of 4.87 completed the package.

Dan Kokesh from Belle Fourche, SD bought two good bulls in Lot 11 at $4,000, and in Lot 5 at $3,900. Lot 11 was sired by Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Connealy Forefront. He had an 84 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 693 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,258 pounds. His EPDs included +1.4 BW, +55 WW, +25 MILK and +98 YW. The Lot 5 bull was also by Mytty in Focus, and was out of a Brick daughter. This bull was the second heaviest weaning weight bull in the sale at 703 pounds and the fourth highest yearling weight bull at 1,268 pounds.

The highest selling two-year-old bull sold for $3,200 to Richard and Janice Peterson from Upton, WY. From the Neiman herd, he was Lot 50, a son of OCC Emblazon 854E, and out of a daughter of High Valley 4C6 Ambush. With a 76 pound birth weight, he weaned at 618 pounds and posted EPDs of +0.9 BW, +43 WW, +13 MILK, and +60 YW.

Pannell Angus Ranch, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, along with Ryan Neiman’s 77 Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual bull sale at Belle Fourche, SD. The crowd did arrive late though, as the weather was less than perfect in many areas. The sun did come out about mid morning and made for a nice sale for both of these firms.

The 77 Ranch sells two-year-old bulls that have not been pampered, and are bred for calving ease and maternal characteristics.

Jim Pannell’s bulls are all yearlings, and mostly all AI’d calving ease bulls with a lot of performance. Most of this year’s crop was sired by Mytty in Focus.

Both outfits breed bulls for ranchers. These bulls are allowed to develop in large pastures, utilizing low quality forage. With plenty of exercise, this allows selection for growth and carcass traits, while avoiding the feet and fertility problems that come from pushing bulls too hard. The Pannell family is confident that these bulls will have long, productive breeding lives. These cattle can thrive on roughage, and maintain themselves in harsh winters. The bidding was very active as the ranchers readily snapped up this good set of bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, selling to Brooks Shepard of Wheatland, WY for $5,000. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Morgan’s Direction 111 9901. With an 81 pound birth weight, he weaned at 674 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,287 pounds. His EPDs were +9 CED, +0.6 BW, +53 WW, +28 MILK, +96 YW, +0.51 MARB and +0.19 RE. A 15.0 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF score of 4.87 completed the package.

Dan Kokesh from Belle Fourche, SD bought two good bulls in Lot 11 at $4,000, and in Lot 5 at $3,900. Lot 11 was sired by Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Connealy Forefront. He had an 84 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 693 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,258 pounds. His EPDs included +1.4 BW, +55 WW, +25 MILK and +98 YW. The Lot 5 bull was also by Mytty in Focus, and was out of a Brick daughter. This bull was the second heaviest weaning weight bull in the sale at 703 pounds and the fourth highest yearling weight bull at 1,268 pounds.

The highest selling two-year-old bull sold for $3,200 to Richard and Janice Peterson from Upton, WY. From the Neiman herd, he was Lot 50, a son of OCC Emblazon 854E, and out of a daughter of High Valley 4C6 Ambush. With a 76 pound birth weight, he weaned at 618 pounds and posted EPDs of +0.9 BW, +43 WW, +13 MILK, and +60 YW.

Pannell Angus Ranch, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, along with Ryan Neiman’s 77 Ranch, hosted a big crowd for their annual bull sale at Belle Fourche, SD. The crowd did arrive late though, as the weather was less than perfect in many areas. The sun did come out about mid morning and made for a nice sale for both of these firms.

The 77 Ranch sells two-year-old bulls that have not been pampered, and are bred for calving ease and maternal characteristics.

Jim Pannell’s bulls are all yearlings, and mostly all AI’d calving ease bulls with a lot of performance. Most of this year’s crop was sired by Mytty in Focus.

Both outfits breed bulls for ranchers. These bulls are allowed to develop in large pastures, utilizing low quality forage. With plenty of exercise, this allows selection for growth and carcass traits, while avoiding the feet and fertility problems that come from pushing bulls too hard. The Pannell family is confident that these bulls will have long, productive breeding lives. These cattle can thrive on roughage, and maintain themselves in harsh winters. The bidding was very active as the ranchers readily snapped up this good set of bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, selling to Brooks Shepard of Wheatland, WY for $5,000. He was a son of Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Morgan’s Direction 111 9901. With an 81 pound birth weight, he weaned at 674 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,287 pounds. His EPDs were +9 CED, +0.6 BW, +53 WW, +28 MILK, +96 YW, +0.51 MARB and +0.19 RE. A 15.0 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF score of 4.87 completed the package.

Dan Kokesh from Belle Fourche, SD bought two good bulls in Lot 11 at $4,000, and in Lot 5 at $3,900. Lot 11 was sired by Mytty In Focus and out of a daughter of Connealy Forefront. He had an 84 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 693 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,258 pounds. His EPDs included +1.4 BW, +55 WW, +25 MILK and +98 YW. The Lot 5 bull was also by Mytty in Focus, and was out of a Brick daughter. This bull was the second heaviest weaning weight bull in the sale at 703 pounds and the fourth highest yearling weight bull at 1,268 pounds.

The highest selling two-year-old bull sold for $3,200 to Richard and Janice Peterson from Upton, WY. From the Neiman herd, he was Lot 50, a son of OCC Emblazon 854E, and out of a daughter of High Valley 4C6 Ambush. With a 76 pound birth weight, he weaned at 618 pounds and posted EPDs of +0.9 BW, +43 WW, +13 MILK, and +60 YW.


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