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Philip Livestock Auction held its Annual Bull Day sale Tuesday, May 4 with the overall averages bringing the highest ever for the cataloged event. A total of five breeds were offered with 308 seedstock bulls selling for an overall average of $1,613. The top breed average was the Herefords that sold for $1,736. The Angus was a close second with their average at $1,681.

The day began with a weigh-up bull and cow sale that produced record prices with a weigh up bull weighing 2,125 and brought 95 cents per pound. Many commercial cattlemen bring in their nonproductive bulls and cows, sell them, and then purchase the seedstock they need to complete the spring breeding season.

There were some outstanding total production sales that were held during this event with Dennis Youngerberg, of Springfield, MN selling for an average of $2,329. They had the top three selling bulls of the day, $3,900, 3,600, $3,500. The top Youngerberg bull was a 2-6-09, SAV Net Worth 4200 son with a birth weight of 75 pound, weaning weight of 738 pounds, and yearling weight of 1,324, selling for $3,900.

Doug and Nancy Thorson of Thorson Herefords sold for an average of $2,036. The top selling bull from Thorson Herefords was a 4-9-09 son of TH L1 Domino 6002, a performance bull with a weaning weight of 685 pounds, yearling weight of 1,252 pounds, and selling for $2,900.

Mehlhaf Angus of Freeman, SD sold for an average of $1,958. The Mehlhaf program offered 40 bulls with a top of $2,700 coming from a 2-4-09 son of HSAF Bando 1961 with a birth weight of 89 pounds, weaning weight of 715 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,300 pounds. This was the biggest number of bulls sold in a total production sale for the bull day offering.

Philip Livestock Auction held its Annual Bull Day sale Tuesday, May 4 with the overall averages bringing the highest ever for the cataloged event. A total of five breeds were offered with 308 seedstock bulls selling for an overall average of $1,613. The top breed average was the Herefords that sold for $1,736. The Angus was a close second with their average at $1,681.

The day began with a weigh-up bull and cow sale that produced record prices with a weigh up bull weighing 2,125 and brought 95 cents per pound. Many commercial cattlemen bring in their nonproductive bulls and cows, sell them, and then purchase the seedstock they need to complete the spring breeding season.

There were some outstanding total production sales that were held during this event with Dennis Youngerberg, of Springfield, MN selling for an average of $2,329. They had the top three selling bulls of the day, $3,900, 3,600, $3,500. The top Youngerberg bull was a 2-6-09, SAV Net Worth 4200 son with a birth weight of 75 pound, weaning weight of 738 pounds, and yearling weight of 1,324, selling for $3,900.

Doug and Nancy Thorson of Thorson Herefords sold for an average of $2,036. The top selling bull from Thorson Herefords was a 4-9-09 son of TH L1 Domino 6002, a performance bull with a weaning weight of 685 pounds, yearling weight of 1,252 pounds, and selling for $2,900.

Mehlhaf Angus of Freeman, SD sold for an average of $1,958. The Mehlhaf program offered 40 bulls with a top of $2,700 coming from a 2-4-09 son of HSAF Bando 1961 with a birth weight of 89 pounds, weaning weight of 715 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,300 pounds. This was the biggest number of bulls sold in a total production sale for the bull day offering.

Philip Livestock Auction held its Annual Bull Day sale Tuesday, May 4 with the overall averages bringing the highest ever for the cataloged event. A total of five breeds were offered with 308 seedstock bulls selling for an overall average of $1,613. The top breed average was the Herefords that sold for $1,736. The Angus was a close second with their average at $1,681.

The day began with a weigh-up bull and cow sale that produced record prices with a weigh up bull weighing 2,125 and brought 95 cents per pound. Many commercial cattlemen bring in their nonproductive bulls and cows, sell them, and then purchase the seedstock they need to complete the spring breeding season.

There were some outstanding total production sales that were held during this event with Dennis Youngerberg, of Springfield, MN selling for an average of $2,329. They had the top three selling bulls of the day, $3,900, 3,600, $3,500. The top Youngerberg bull was a 2-6-09, SAV Net Worth 4200 son with a birth weight of 75 pound, weaning weight of 738 pounds, and yearling weight of 1,324, selling for $3,900.

Doug and Nancy Thorson of Thorson Herefords sold for an average of $2,036. The top selling bull from Thorson Herefords was a 4-9-09 son of TH L1 Domino 6002, a performance bull with a weaning weight of 685 pounds, yearling weight of 1,252 pounds, and selling for $2,900.

Mehlhaf Angus of Freeman, SD sold for an average of $1,958. The Mehlhaf program offered 40 bulls with a top of $2,700 coming from a 2-4-09 son of HSAF Bando 1961 with a birth weight of 89 pounds, weaning weight of 715 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,300 pounds. This was the biggest number of bulls sold in a total production sale for the bull day offering.

Philip Livestock Auction held its Annual Bull Day sale Tuesday, May 4 with the overall averages bringing the highest ever for the cataloged event. A total of five breeds were offered with 308 seedstock bulls selling for an overall average of $1,613. The top breed average was the Herefords that sold for $1,736. The Angus was a close second with their average at $1,681.

The day began with a weigh-up bull and cow sale that produced record prices with a weigh up bull weighing 2,125 and brought 95 cents per pound. Many commercial cattlemen bring in their nonproductive bulls and cows, sell them, and then purchase the seedstock they need to complete the spring breeding season.

There were some outstanding total production sales that were held during this event with Dennis Youngerberg, of Springfield, MN selling for an average of $2,329. They had the top three selling bulls of the day, $3,900, 3,600, $3,500. The top Youngerberg bull was a 2-6-09, SAV Net Worth 4200 son with a birth weight of 75 pound, weaning weight of 738 pounds, and yearling weight of 1,324, selling for $3,900.

Doug and Nancy Thorson of Thorson Herefords sold for an average of $2,036. The top selling bull from Thorson Herefords was a 4-9-09 son of TH L1 Domino 6002, a performance bull with a weaning weight of 685 pounds, yearling weight of 1,252 pounds, and selling for $2,900.

Mehlhaf Angus of Freeman, SD sold for an average of $1,958. The Mehlhaf program offered 40 bulls with a top of $2,700 coming from a 2-4-09 son of HSAF Bando 1961 with a birth weight of 89 pounds, weaning weight of 715 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,300 pounds. This was the biggest number of bulls sold in a total production sale for the bull day offering.

Philip Livestock Auction held its Annual Bull Day sale Tuesday, May 4 with the overall averages bringing the highest ever for the cataloged event. A total of five breeds were offered with 308 seedstock bulls selling for an overall average of $1,613. The top breed average was the Herefords that sold for $1,736. The Angus was a close second with their average at $1,681.

The day began with a weigh-up bull and cow sale that produced record prices with a weigh up bull weighing 2,125 and brought 95 cents per pound. Many commercial cattlemen bring in their nonproductive bulls and cows, sell them, and then purchase the seedstock they need to complete the spring breeding season.

There were some outstanding total production sales that were held during this event with Dennis Youngerberg, of Springfield, MN selling for an average of $2,329. They had the top three selling bulls of the day, $3,900, 3,600, $3,500. The top Youngerberg bull was a 2-6-09, SAV Net Worth 4200 son with a birth weight of 75 pound, weaning weight of 738 pounds, and yearling weight of 1,324, selling for $3,900.

Doug and Nancy Thorson of Thorson Herefords sold for an average of $2,036. The top selling bull from Thorson Herefords was a 4-9-09 son of TH L1 Domino 6002, a performance bull with a weaning weight of 685 pounds, yearling weight of 1,252 pounds, and selling for $2,900.

Mehlhaf Angus of Freeman, SD sold for an average of $1,958. The Mehlhaf program offered 40 bulls with a top of $2,700 coming from a 2-4-09 son of HSAF Bando 1961 with a birth weight of 89 pounds, weaning weight of 715 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,300 pounds. This was the biggest number of bulls sold in a total production sale for the bull day offering.


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