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Pannell AngusRanch & Neiman 77 Ranch Angus Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek

Mike Moore of Gillette, WY bought the high selling bull.

Pannell Angus, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, and Ryan Neiman teamed up for their annual bull sale in front of a capacity crowd at Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange. This sale had to be rescheduled twice, due to the nasty spring weather in western South Dakota. However on this day, the weather was excellent and the crowd was in a bull buying mood.

The Pannell bulls were yearlings, and the Neimans had virgin two-year-old bulls. They share the same breeding philosophies in that they want cattle that will flesh easily and survive for their customers. This is the first catalog I’ve seen where the numbers on each bull were in red ink – when those numbers were in the top 25 percent of the breed. So, when looking through the catalog, you find bulls with red numbers in the categories you are most interested in, and that will be the bulls you will especially want to take a look at.

Pannell Angus, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, and Ryan Neiman teamed up for their annual bull sale in front of a capacity crowd at Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange. This sale had to be rescheduled twice, due to the nasty spring weather in western South Dakota. However on this day, the weather was excellent and the crowd was in a bull buying mood.

The Pannell bulls were yearlings, and the Neimans had virgin two-year-old bulls. They share the same breeding philosophies in that they want cattle that will flesh easily and survive for their customers. This is the first catalog I’ve seen where the numbers on each bull were in red ink – when those numbers were in the top 25 percent of the breed. So, when looking through the catalog, you find bulls with red numbers in the categories you are most interested in, and that will be the bulls you will especially want to take a look at.

Pannell Angus, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, and Ryan Neiman teamed up for their annual bull sale in front of a capacity crowd at Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange. This sale had to be rescheduled twice, due to the nasty spring weather in western South Dakota. However on this day, the weather was excellent and the crowd was in a bull buying mood.

The Pannell bulls were yearlings, and the Neimans had virgin two-year-old bulls. They share the same breeding philosophies in that they want cattle that will flesh easily and survive for their customers. This is the first catalog I’ve seen where the numbers on each bull were in red ink – when those numbers were in the top 25 percent of the breed. So, when looking through the catalog, you find bulls with red numbers in the categories you are most interested in, and that will be the bulls you will especially want to take a look at.

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Pannell Angus, owned by Jim and Kelly Pannell, and Ryan Neiman teamed up for their annual bull sale in front of a capacity crowd at Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange. This sale had to be rescheduled twice, due to the nasty spring weather in western South Dakota. However on this day, the weather was excellent and the crowd was in a bull buying mood.

The Pannell bulls were yearlings, and the Neimans had virgin two-year-old bulls. They share the same breeding philosophies in that they want cattle that will flesh easily and survive for their customers. This is the first catalog I’ve seen where the numbers on each bull were in red ink – when those numbers were in the top 25 percent of the breed. So, when looking through the catalog, you find bulls with red numbers in the categories you are most interested in, and that will be the bulls you will especially want to take a look at.