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Pederson’s Broken Heart Ranch 33rd Annual Production Sale

Marlyn and Rory Thorstenson of Selby, SD.

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The Broken Heart Ranch hosted a big sale day crowd, producing the best sale ever for this long-established firm. This herd has been well-known for a long time. Three generations of the Pederson family were on hand to represent this herd at their 33rd annual production sale. The ranch is located northeast of Firesteel and northwest of Timber Lake in north central South Dakota.

Hard work and customer satisfaction has never gone out of style at Broken Heart Ranch. Life-long friends and have a great meal are to be had if you stop by Broken Heart.

Sale day was cold with below zero temperatures and a stiff southeast wind, but travel was decent. On hand were some new faces, along with the faithful long-established repeat buyers. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hindquarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency.



I certainly felt that this was the best set of bulls from top to bottom that the Broken Heart Ranch had ever offered for auction. Not only was this set of bulls good across the board, but it also looks like several potential herd bulls were presented in this sale.

Top selling bull of the day, and perhaps one of the great Red Angus bulls to sell this year, was the Lot 1 bull, selling for $ 14,500 to the Hagaman Red Angus Ranch from Winfred, SD. He was a 3/28/10 son of TNTS Bank Statement, and out of a daughter of Brown Vacation. This big, long, thick made bull had a ribeye area of 15.3 sq. in. and a 63-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 758 lbs. and grew to a yearling weight of 1,523 lbs. His EPDs were BW -3.1, WW +33, YW +87, Milk +22, TM +39, ME +6, HPG +8, STAY +12, MARB -0.07, REA +0.5, and FAT -0.01. Watch for the development of this good bull – BHR Banker 038.



Repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD, bought Lot 3 at $8,250. This son of Resistol had a weaning weight of 697 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,313 lbs. He had EPDs of BW +0.4, WW +30, YW +68, Milk +24 and TM +39.

Barenthsen Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND, took home Lot 5 at $8,000. He was a son of TNTS Bank Statement and out of a daughter of Dakota Copper. Born at 92 lbs., he weaned at 789 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,500 with Huber EY Cattle from Jud, ND, as new owner of Lot 2. This son of BHR Golden Boy 854 had a weaning weight of 716 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,377 lbs. Huber EY Cattle also bought Lot 10 at $6,250.

Stan Moore from Bartley, NE, made Lot 7 his top pick at $6,250. He was by Pie Casino 7073 with a weaning weight of 718 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

Lot 11 sold for $6,250 to Kevin Johnson from Firesteel, SD. Lot 63 also sold for $6,250, with the new owner being Chad Pressler from Hosmer, SD.

The top selling bred heifer was shared by two lots, each bringing $3,500. Wiesbeck Red Angus from Herreid, SD, bought Lot 968, and Lot 9239 sold to TNT Sim Red Angus from Almont, ND.

What a beautiful place to visit, with only as many evergreen trees as you can imagine, and a bull sale dinner that will make you come back! A big day for the Pederson family!

The Broken Heart Ranch hosted a big sale day crowd, producing the best sale ever for this long-established firm. This herd has been well-known for a long time. Three generations of the Pederson family were on hand to represent this herd at their 33rd annual production sale. The ranch is located northeast of Firesteel and northwest of Timber Lake in north central South Dakota.

Hard work and customer satisfaction has never gone out of style at Broken Heart Ranch. Life-long friends and have a great meal are to be had if you stop by Broken Heart.

Sale day was cold with below zero temperatures and a stiff southeast wind, but travel was decent. On hand were some new faces, along with the faithful long-established repeat buyers. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hindquarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency.

I certainly felt that this was the best set of bulls from top to bottom that the Broken Heart Ranch had ever offered for auction. Not only was this set of bulls good across the board, but it also looks like several potential herd bulls were presented in this sale.

Top selling bull of the day, and perhaps one of the great Red Angus bulls to sell this year, was the Lot 1 bull, selling for $ 14,500 to the Hagaman Red Angus Ranch from Winfred, SD. He was a 3/28/10 son of TNTS Bank Statement, and out of a daughter of Brown Vacation. This big, long, thick made bull had a ribeye area of 15.3 sq. in. and a 63-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 758 lbs. and grew to a yearling weight of 1,523 lbs. His EPDs were BW -3.1, WW +33, YW +87, Milk +22, TM +39, ME +6, HPG +8, STAY +12, MARB -0.07, REA +0.5, and FAT -0.01. Watch for the development of this good bull – BHR Banker 038.

Repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD, bought Lot 3 at $8,250. This son of Resistol had a weaning weight of 697 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,313 lbs. He had EPDs of BW +0.4, WW +30, YW +68, Milk +24 and TM +39.

Barenthsen Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND, took home Lot 5 at $8,000. He was a son of TNTS Bank Statement and out of a daughter of Dakota Copper. Born at 92 lbs., he weaned at 789 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,500 with Huber EY Cattle from Jud, ND, as new owner of Lot 2. This son of BHR Golden Boy 854 had a weaning weight of 716 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,377 lbs. Huber EY Cattle also bought Lot 10 at $6,250.

Stan Moore from Bartley, NE, made Lot 7 his top pick at $6,250. He was by Pie Casino 7073 with a weaning weight of 718 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

Lot 11 sold for $6,250 to Kevin Johnson from Firesteel, SD. Lot 63 also sold for $6,250, with the new owner being Chad Pressler from Hosmer, SD.

The top selling bred heifer was shared by two lots, each bringing $3,500. Wiesbeck Red Angus from Herreid, SD, bought Lot 968, and Lot 9239 sold to TNT Sim Red Angus from Almont, ND.

What a beautiful place to visit, with only as many evergreen trees as you can imagine, and a bull sale dinner that will make you come back! A big day for the Pederson family!

The Broken Heart Ranch hosted a big sale day crowd, producing the best sale ever for this long-established firm. This herd has been well-known for a long time. Three generations of the Pederson family were on hand to represent this herd at their 33rd annual production sale. The ranch is located northeast of Firesteel and northwest of Timber Lake in north central South Dakota.

Hard work and customer satisfaction has never gone out of style at Broken Heart Ranch. Life-long friends and have a great meal are to be had if you stop by Broken Heart.

Sale day was cold with below zero temperatures and a stiff southeast wind, but travel was decent. On hand were some new faces, along with the faithful long-established repeat buyers. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hindquarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency.

I certainly felt that this was the best set of bulls from top to bottom that the Broken Heart Ranch had ever offered for auction. Not only was this set of bulls good across the board, but it also looks like several potential herd bulls were presented in this sale.

Top selling bull of the day, and perhaps one of the great Red Angus bulls to sell this year, was the Lot 1 bull, selling for $ 14,500 to the Hagaman Red Angus Ranch from Winfred, SD. He was a 3/28/10 son of TNTS Bank Statement, and out of a daughter of Brown Vacation. This big, long, thick made bull had a ribeye area of 15.3 sq. in. and a 63-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 758 lbs. and grew to a yearling weight of 1,523 lbs. His EPDs were BW -3.1, WW +33, YW +87, Milk +22, TM +39, ME +6, HPG +8, STAY +12, MARB -0.07, REA +0.5, and FAT -0.01. Watch for the development of this good bull – BHR Banker 038.

Repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD, bought Lot 3 at $8,250. This son of Resistol had a weaning weight of 697 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,313 lbs. He had EPDs of BW +0.4, WW +30, YW +68, Milk +24 and TM +39.

Barenthsen Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND, took home Lot 5 at $8,000. He was a son of TNTS Bank Statement and out of a daughter of Dakota Copper. Born at 92 lbs., he weaned at 789 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,500 with Huber EY Cattle from Jud, ND, as new owner of Lot 2. This son of BHR Golden Boy 854 had a weaning weight of 716 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,377 lbs. Huber EY Cattle also bought Lot 10 at $6,250.

Stan Moore from Bartley, NE, made Lot 7 his top pick at $6,250. He was by Pie Casino 7073 with a weaning weight of 718 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

Lot 11 sold for $6,250 to Kevin Johnson from Firesteel, SD. Lot 63 also sold for $6,250, with the new owner being Chad Pressler from Hosmer, SD.

The top selling bred heifer was shared by two lots, each bringing $3,500. Wiesbeck Red Angus from Herreid, SD, bought Lot 968, and Lot 9239 sold to TNT Sim Red Angus from Almont, ND.

What a beautiful place to visit, with only as many evergreen trees as you can imagine, and a bull sale dinner that will make you come back! A big day for the Pederson family!

The Broken Heart Ranch hosted a big sale day crowd, producing the best sale ever for this long-established firm. This herd has been well-known for a long time. Three generations of the Pederson family were on hand to represent this herd at their 33rd annual production sale. The ranch is located northeast of Firesteel and northwest of Timber Lake in north central South Dakota.

Hard work and customer satisfaction has never gone out of style at Broken Heart Ranch. Life-long friends and have a great meal are to be had if you stop by Broken Heart.

Sale day was cold with below zero temperatures and a stiff southeast wind, but travel was decent. On hand were some new faces, along with the faithful long-established repeat buyers. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hindquarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency.

I certainly felt that this was the best set of bulls from top to bottom that the Broken Heart Ranch had ever offered for auction. Not only was this set of bulls good across the board, but it also looks like several potential herd bulls were presented in this sale.

Top selling bull of the day, and perhaps one of the great Red Angus bulls to sell this year, was the Lot 1 bull, selling for $ 14,500 to the Hagaman Red Angus Ranch from Winfred, SD. He was a 3/28/10 son of TNTS Bank Statement, and out of a daughter of Brown Vacation. This big, long, thick made bull had a ribeye area of 15.3 sq. in. and a 63-lb. birth weight. He weaned at 758 lbs. and grew to a yearling weight of 1,523 lbs. His EPDs were BW -3.1, WW +33, YW +87, Milk +22, TM +39, ME +6, HPG +8, STAY +12, MARB -0.07, REA +0.5, and FAT -0.01. Watch for the development of this good bull – BHR Banker 038.

Repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD, bought Lot 3 at $8,250. This son of Resistol had a weaning weight of 697 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,313 lbs. He had EPDs of BW +0.4, WW +30, YW +68, Milk +24 and TM +39.

Barenthsen Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND, took home Lot 5 at $8,000. He was a son of TNTS Bank Statement and out of a daughter of Dakota Copper. Born at 92 lbs., he weaned at 789 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,500 with Huber EY Cattle from Jud, ND, as new owner of Lot 2. This son of BHR Golden Boy 854 had a weaning weight of 716 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,377 lbs. Huber EY Cattle also bought Lot 10 at $6,250.

Stan Moore from Bartley, NE, made Lot 7 his top pick at $6,250. He was by Pie Casino 7073 with a weaning weight of 718 lbs. and a yearling weight of 1,424 lbs.

Lot 11 sold for $6,250 to Kevin Johnson from Firesteel, SD. Lot 63 also sold for $6,250, with the new owner being Chad Pressler from Hosmer, SD.

The top selling bred heifer was shared by two lots, each bringing $3,500. Wiesbeck Red Angus from Herreid, SD, bought Lot 968, and Lot 9239 sold to TNT Sim Red Angus from Almont, ND.

What a beautiful place to visit, with only as many evergreen trees as you can imagine, and a bull sale dinner that will make you come back! A big day for the Pederson family!


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