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Pederson’s Broken Heart Ranch – Red Angus & Quarter Horses

Dan Piroutek
Larry, Shane and Melvin Holzworth of Gettysburg, SD

A rather foggy day in western South Dakota met the big crowd which gathered to bid on the Red Angus genetics of Broken Heart Ranch. This area was just one big sea of white from all the snow that had accumulated, but the Pederson family and crew made each guest feel right at home.

Many buyers were there early, sorting through the bulls and waiting for Stan Schlossers’ famous barbecued roast beef sandwiches.

I’m always in admiration of the beauty of the evergreen trees that landscape the Broken Heart Ranch. This year you needed to take a second look – some of the trees were half buried.

The Pedersons are just nice people, and the slogan on their catalog is, “We Stand Behind Our Cattle.” The Broken Heart cattle are used by many neighbors and are featured when the commercial cattlemen sell their calves at Mobridge Livestock.

This was a very fast-paced sale, with many repeat buyers readily bidding on this good set of bulls. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hind quarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency. Here you will find a complete package.

The top selling bull of the day was a very popular bull that was thick made and easy fleshing, with a lot of depth of body. Lot 61 had garnered a lot of attention, and sold for $9,000 to repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD. BHR Golden Boy 9132 was a son of BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. He had an 80 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 778 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,281 pounds.

Wes and Landon Arnold topped their purchases with Lot 63 at $6,000. He was a son of PIE Cartright 5066 and out of a daughter of BHR Logan. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 744 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,263 pounds. This was a long bodied bull with a lot of width and muscle. He scanned a 13.2 sq. in rib eye.

Burdell Johnson from Tuttle, ND bought a good bull in Lot 13 at $5,000. This big long bull was sired by BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of New Chapter. His stats included a birth weight of 92 pounds, a weaning weight of 786 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,298 pounds.

Tim Nemec from Midland, SD chose a new herd bull in Lot 2 for $4,750. He was sired by Durango with a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a yearling weight ratio of 107.

Tom Ryckman from T&R Reds at Pollock, SD bought Lot 65 at $4,750. Lot 7 sold for $4,500 to Mick and Nicki McGinnis from Oregon.

Volume bull buyers were Tom Anderburg and Gene Webb of Eagle Butte, SD.

The top selling bred heifer sold for $2,200 to Dave Bauman from Linton, ND. She was a daughter of PIE Cartright and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. She was due to calve March 31, 2010.

A rather foggy day in western South Dakota met the big crowd which gathered to bid on the Red Angus genetics of Broken Heart Ranch. This area was just one big sea of white from all the snow that had accumulated, but the Pederson family and crew made each guest feel right at home.

Many buyers were there early, sorting through the bulls and waiting for Stan Schlossers’ famous barbecued roast beef sandwiches.

I’m always in admiration of the beauty of the evergreen trees that landscape the Broken Heart Ranch. This year you needed to take a second look – some of the trees were half buried.

The Pedersons are just nice people, and the slogan on their catalog is, “We Stand Behind Our Cattle.” The Broken Heart cattle are used by many neighbors and are featured when the commercial cattlemen sell their calves at Mobridge Livestock.

This was a very fast-paced sale, with many repeat buyers readily bidding on this good set of bulls. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hind quarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency. Here you will find a complete package.

The top selling bull of the day was a very popular bull that was thick made and easy fleshing, with a lot of depth of body. Lot 61 had garnered a lot of attention, and sold for $9,000 to repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD. BHR Golden Boy 9132 was a son of BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. He had an 80 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 778 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,281 pounds.

Wes and Landon Arnold topped their purchases with Lot 63 at $6,000. He was a son of PIE Cartright 5066 and out of a daughter of BHR Logan. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 744 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,263 pounds. This was a long bodied bull with a lot of width and muscle. He scanned a 13.2 sq. in rib eye.

Burdell Johnson from Tuttle, ND bought a good bull in Lot 13 at $5,000. This big long bull was sired by BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of New Chapter. His stats included a birth weight of 92 pounds, a weaning weight of 786 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,298 pounds.

Tim Nemec from Midland, SD chose a new herd bull in Lot 2 for $4,750. He was sired by Durango with a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a yearling weight ratio of 107.

Tom Ryckman from T&R Reds at Pollock, SD bought Lot 65 at $4,750. Lot 7 sold for $4,500 to Mick and Nicki McGinnis from Oregon.

Volume bull buyers were Tom Anderburg and Gene Webb of Eagle Butte, SD.

The top selling bred heifer sold for $2,200 to Dave Bauman from Linton, ND. She was a daughter of PIE Cartright and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. She was due to calve March 31, 2010.

A rather foggy day in western South Dakota met the big crowd which gathered to bid on the Red Angus genetics of Broken Heart Ranch. This area was just one big sea of white from all the snow that had accumulated, but the Pederson family and crew made each guest feel right at home.

Many buyers were there early, sorting through the bulls and waiting for Stan Schlossers’ famous barbecued roast beef sandwiches.

I’m always in admiration of the beauty of the evergreen trees that landscape the Broken Heart Ranch. This year you needed to take a second look – some of the trees were half buried.

The Pedersons are just nice people, and the slogan on their catalog is, “We Stand Behind Our Cattle.” The Broken Heart cattle are used by many neighbors and are featured when the commercial cattlemen sell their calves at Mobridge Livestock.

This was a very fast-paced sale, with many repeat buyers readily bidding on this good set of bulls. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hind quarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency. Here you will find a complete package.

The top selling bull of the day was a very popular bull that was thick made and easy fleshing, with a lot of depth of body. Lot 61 had garnered a lot of attention, and sold for $9,000 to repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD. BHR Golden Boy 9132 was a son of BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. He had an 80 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 778 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,281 pounds.

Wes and Landon Arnold topped their purchases with Lot 63 at $6,000. He was a son of PIE Cartright 5066 and out of a daughter of BHR Logan. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 744 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,263 pounds. This was a long bodied bull with a lot of width and muscle. He scanned a 13.2 sq. in rib eye.

Burdell Johnson from Tuttle, ND bought a good bull in Lot 13 at $5,000. This big long bull was sired by BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of New Chapter. His stats included a birth weight of 92 pounds, a weaning weight of 786 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,298 pounds.

Tim Nemec from Midland, SD chose a new herd bull in Lot 2 for $4,750. He was sired by Durango with a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a yearling weight ratio of 107.

Tom Ryckman from T&R Reds at Pollock, SD bought Lot 65 at $4,750. Lot 7 sold for $4,500 to Mick and Nicki McGinnis from Oregon.

Volume bull buyers were Tom Anderburg and Gene Webb of Eagle Butte, SD.

The top selling bred heifer sold for $2,200 to Dave Bauman from Linton, ND. She was a daughter of PIE Cartright and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. She was due to calve March 31, 2010.

A rather foggy day in western South Dakota met the big crowd which gathered to bid on the Red Angus genetics of Broken Heart Ranch. This area was just one big sea of white from all the snow that had accumulated, but the Pederson family and crew made each guest feel right at home.

Many buyers were there early, sorting through the bulls and waiting for Stan Schlossers’ famous barbecued roast beef sandwiches.

I’m always in admiration of the beauty of the evergreen trees that landscape the Broken Heart Ranch. This year you needed to take a second look – some of the trees were half buried.

The Pedersons are just nice people, and the slogan on their catalog is, “We Stand Behind Our Cattle.” The Broken Heart cattle are used by many neighbors and are featured when the commercial cattlemen sell their calves at Mobridge Livestock.

This was a very fast-paced sale, with many repeat buyers readily bidding on this good set of bulls. The Broken Heart bulls are bred for length and hind quarters, and culled for structure, productivity and efficiency. Here you will find a complete package.

The top selling bull of the day was a very popular bull that was thick made and easy fleshing, with a lot of depth of body. Lot 61 had garnered a lot of attention, and sold for $9,000 to repeat buyer Larry Harrison from White River, SD. BHR Golden Boy 9132 was a son of BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. He had an 80 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 778 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,281 pounds.

Wes and Landon Arnold topped their purchases with Lot 63 at $6,000. He was a son of PIE Cartright 5066 and out of a daughter of BHR Logan. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 744 pounds and posted a yearling weight of 1,263 pounds. This was a long bodied bull with a lot of width and muscle. He scanned a 13.2 sq. in rib eye.

Burdell Johnson from Tuttle, ND bought a good bull in Lot 13 at $5,000. This big long bull was sired by BHR Golden Boy 453B, and out of a daughter of New Chapter. His stats included a birth weight of 92 pounds, a weaning weight of 786 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,298 pounds.

Tim Nemec from Midland, SD chose a new herd bull in Lot 2 for $4,750. He was sired by Durango with a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a yearling weight ratio of 107.

Tom Ryckman from T&R Reds at Pollock, SD bought Lot 65 at $4,750. Lot 7 sold for $4,500 to Mick and Nicki McGinnis from Oregon.

Volume bull buyers were Tom Anderburg and Gene Webb of Eagle Butte, SD.

The top selling bred heifer sold for $2,200 to Dave Bauman from Linton, ND. She was a daughter of PIE Cartright and out of a daughter of BHR Logan 734B. She was due to calve March 31, 2010.


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