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Pieper Red Angus 21st Annual Performance Leader Production Sale

Dan Piroutek

Pieper Red Angus hosted a huge crowd of very enthusiastic buyers for their annual production sale. The weather was less than perfect when I left home that morning, but it turned into a sunny day as the afternoon came.

This was an outstanding set of Red Angus cattle, and the top end of these bulls was just fantastic! The cattle have a tremendous amount of eye appeal with a lot of natural thickness and muscle bred in.

One of the most impressive things that I saw that day was the Pieper Ranch two-year-old heifers with their calves. These heifers were deep and broody with excellent udders and thrifty looking calves.

The sale was a very fast paced event with very aggressive bidding. Mark Pieper gets to a lot of commercial feeder calf sales and bids on his customers’ Red Angus calves. Their calves usually bring more with Mark at the sale.

Top selling bull of the day was one of the most interesting bulls to sell this spring. He was Pie Code Red 9085, a son of VGW Game Plan 508 and out of PIE Stormy 541, a daughter of LCB Hoss who has an MPPA of 106.9. This great prospect had a birth weight of 81 pounds, a weaning weight of 704 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,392 pounds. His average daily gain was 4.89 pounds a day and he had a 14.2 sq. in. rib eye. His 41 cm. scrotal measurement complimented EPDs of -0.1 BW, +39 WW, +85 YW, +22 MILK and +10 STAY. This Lot 1 bull sold for $54,000 to the Code Red Syndicate from Reedsburg, WI.

Lot 8 sold for $9,000 to Barenthsen-Bullinger Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND. This son of PIE Get Western was out of a daughter of Glacier Chateau. Born at 85 pounds, he weaned at 746 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,369 pounds. His EPDs were +2.4 BW, +50 WW, +88 YW and +15 MILK.

Ludvigson Stock Farms from Iowa chose Lot 2 at $8,500. He was a son of PIE Gridmaster 589 and out of a daughter of Basin Hobo. He had EPDs of +0.4 BW, +49 WW, +84 YW, and +15 STAY. A 14.69 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF of 4.69% to ratio 126 completed the package.

The gavel fell at $8,250 with Lot 7 headed to Iowa with Brandon McHugh. Sired by VGW Game Plan, he had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +43 WW, +77 YW, +18 MILK, +40 TM and +10 STAY. With a 78 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 770 pounds to ratio 116, he posted a yearling weight of 1,380 pounds to ratio 111.

Chad Kreeger from Lake Andes, SD bought Lot 3 at $7,500. Another son of PIE Gridmaster, he had an 80 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 732 pounds to ratio 110.

Two other bulls brought $7,000 each from Lee Plendl from Maurice, IA, and Glenn Dalling of Hamer, ID. Lot 9 was sired by 6R 1176P and Lot 15 was by PIE Get ‘R Done 684.

The top selling heifer was Lot 146, selling for $3,300 to Paul G. Miller of Torrington, WY.

The Peiper family served a super pre-sale meal, and they even had raspberry pie. A great day for the Pieper family!

Pieper Red Angus hosted a huge crowd of very enthusiastic buyers for their annual production sale. The weather was less than perfect when I left home that morning, but it turned into a sunny day as the afternoon came.

This was an outstanding set of Red Angus cattle, and the top end of these bulls was just fantastic! The cattle have a tremendous amount of eye appeal with a lot of natural thickness and muscle bred in.

One of the most impressive things that I saw that day was the Pieper Ranch two-year-old heifers with their calves. These heifers were deep and broody with excellent udders and thrifty looking calves.

The sale was a very fast paced event with very aggressive bidding. Mark Pieper gets to a lot of commercial feeder calf sales and bids on his customers’ Red Angus calves. Their calves usually bring more with Mark at the sale.

Top selling bull of the day was one of the most interesting bulls to sell this spring. He was Pie Code Red 9085, a son of VGW Game Plan 508 and out of PIE Stormy 541, a daughter of LCB Hoss who has an MPPA of 106.9. This great prospect had a birth weight of 81 pounds, a weaning weight of 704 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,392 pounds. His average daily gain was 4.89 pounds a day and he had a 14.2 sq. in. rib eye. His 41 cm. scrotal measurement complimented EPDs of -0.1 BW, +39 WW, +85 YW, +22 MILK and +10 STAY. This Lot 1 bull sold for $54,000 to the Code Red Syndicate from Reedsburg, WI.

Lot 8 sold for $9,000 to Barenthsen-Bullinger Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND. This son of PIE Get Western was out of a daughter of Glacier Chateau. Born at 85 pounds, he weaned at 746 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,369 pounds. His EPDs were +2.4 BW, +50 WW, +88 YW and +15 MILK.

Ludvigson Stock Farms from Iowa chose Lot 2 at $8,500. He was a son of PIE Gridmaster 589 and out of a daughter of Basin Hobo. He had EPDs of +0.4 BW, +49 WW, +84 YW, and +15 STAY. A 14.69 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF of 4.69% to ratio 126 completed the package.

The gavel fell at $8,250 with Lot 7 headed to Iowa with Brandon McHugh. Sired by VGW Game Plan, he had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +43 WW, +77 YW, +18 MILK, +40 TM and +10 STAY. With a 78 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 770 pounds to ratio 116, he posted a yearling weight of 1,380 pounds to ratio 111.

Chad Kreeger from Lake Andes, SD bought Lot 3 at $7,500. Another son of PIE Gridmaster, he had an 80 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 732 pounds to ratio 110.

Two other bulls brought $7,000 each from Lee Plendl from Maurice, IA, and Glenn Dalling of Hamer, ID. Lot 9 was sired by 6R 1176P and Lot 15 was by PIE Get ‘R Done 684.

The top selling heifer was Lot 146, selling for $3,300 to Paul G. Miller of Torrington, WY.

The Peiper family served a super pre-sale meal, and they even had raspberry pie. A great day for the Pieper family!

Pieper Red Angus hosted a huge crowd of very enthusiastic buyers for their annual production sale. The weather was less than perfect when I left home that morning, but it turned into a sunny day as the afternoon came.

This was an outstanding set of Red Angus cattle, and the top end of these bulls was just fantastic! The cattle have a tremendous amount of eye appeal with a lot of natural thickness and muscle bred in.

One of the most impressive things that I saw that day was the Pieper Ranch two-year-old heifers with their calves. These heifers were deep and broody with excellent udders and thrifty looking calves.

The sale was a very fast paced event with very aggressive bidding. Mark Pieper gets to a lot of commercial feeder calf sales and bids on his customers’ Red Angus calves. Their calves usually bring more with Mark at the sale.

Top selling bull of the day was one of the most interesting bulls to sell this spring. He was Pie Code Red 9085, a son of VGW Game Plan 508 and out of PIE Stormy 541, a daughter of LCB Hoss who has an MPPA of 106.9. This great prospect had a birth weight of 81 pounds, a weaning weight of 704 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,392 pounds. His average daily gain was 4.89 pounds a day and he had a 14.2 sq. in. rib eye. His 41 cm. scrotal measurement complimented EPDs of -0.1 BW, +39 WW, +85 YW, +22 MILK and +10 STAY. This Lot 1 bull sold for $54,000 to the Code Red Syndicate from Reedsburg, WI.

Lot 8 sold for $9,000 to Barenthsen-Bullinger Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND. This son of PIE Get Western was out of a daughter of Glacier Chateau. Born at 85 pounds, he weaned at 746 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,369 pounds. His EPDs were +2.4 BW, +50 WW, +88 YW and +15 MILK.

Ludvigson Stock Farms from Iowa chose Lot 2 at $8,500. He was a son of PIE Gridmaster 589 and out of a daughter of Basin Hobo. He had EPDs of +0.4 BW, +49 WW, +84 YW, and +15 STAY. A 14.69 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF of 4.69% to ratio 126 completed the package.

The gavel fell at $8,250 with Lot 7 headed to Iowa with Brandon McHugh. Sired by VGW Game Plan, he had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +43 WW, +77 YW, +18 MILK, +40 TM and +10 STAY. With a 78 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 770 pounds to ratio 116, he posted a yearling weight of 1,380 pounds to ratio 111.

Chad Kreeger from Lake Andes, SD bought Lot 3 at $7,500. Another son of PIE Gridmaster, he had an 80 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 732 pounds to ratio 110.

Two other bulls brought $7,000 each from Lee Plendl from Maurice, IA, and Glenn Dalling of Hamer, ID. Lot 9 was sired by 6R 1176P and Lot 15 was by PIE Get ‘R Done 684.

The top selling heifer was Lot 146, selling for $3,300 to Paul G. Miller of Torrington, WY.

The Peiper family served a super pre-sale meal, and they even had raspberry pie. A great day for the Pieper family!

Pieper Red Angus hosted a huge crowd of very enthusiastic buyers for their annual production sale. The weather was less than perfect when I left home that morning, but it turned into a sunny day as the afternoon came.

This was an outstanding set of Red Angus cattle, and the top end of these bulls was just fantastic! The cattle have a tremendous amount of eye appeal with a lot of natural thickness and muscle bred in.

One of the most impressive things that I saw that day was the Pieper Ranch two-year-old heifers with their calves. These heifers were deep and broody with excellent udders and thrifty looking calves.

The sale was a very fast paced event with very aggressive bidding. Mark Pieper gets to a lot of commercial feeder calf sales and bids on his customers’ Red Angus calves. Their calves usually bring more with Mark at the sale.

Top selling bull of the day was one of the most interesting bulls to sell this spring. He was Pie Code Red 9085, a son of VGW Game Plan 508 and out of PIE Stormy 541, a daughter of LCB Hoss who has an MPPA of 106.9. This great prospect had a birth weight of 81 pounds, a weaning weight of 704 pounds, and a yearling weight of 1,392 pounds. His average daily gain was 4.89 pounds a day and he had a 14.2 sq. in. rib eye. His 41 cm. scrotal measurement complimented EPDs of -0.1 BW, +39 WW, +85 YW, +22 MILK and +10 STAY. This Lot 1 bull sold for $54,000 to the Code Red Syndicate from Reedsburg, WI.

Lot 8 sold for $9,000 to Barenthsen-Bullinger Red Angus from Powers Lake, ND. This son of PIE Get Western was out of a daughter of Glacier Chateau. Born at 85 pounds, he weaned at 746 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,369 pounds. His EPDs were +2.4 BW, +50 WW, +88 YW and +15 MILK.

Ludvigson Stock Farms from Iowa chose Lot 2 at $8,500. He was a son of PIE Gridmaster 589 and out of a daughter of Basin Hobo. He had EPDs of +0.4 BW, +49 WW, +84 YW, and +15 STAY. A 14.69 sq. in. rib eye and an IMF of 4.69% to ratio 126 completed the package.

The gavel fell at $8,250 with Lot 7 headed to Iowa with Brandon McHugh. Sired by VGW Game Plan, he had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +43 WW, +77 YW, +18 MILK, +40 TM and +10 STAY. With a 78 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 770 pounds to ratio 116, he posted a yearling weight of 1,380 pounds to ratio 111.

Chad Kreeger from Lake Andes, SD bought Lot 3 at $7,500. Another son of PIE Gridmaster, he had an 80 pound birth weight and a weaning weight of 732 pounds to ratio 110.

Two other bulls brought $7,000 each from Lee Plendl from Maurice, IA, and Glenn Dalling of Hamer, ID. Lot 9 was sired by 6R 1176P and Lot 15 was by PIE Get ‘R Done 684.

The top selling heifer was Lot 146, selling for $3,300 to Paul G. Miller of Torrington, WY.

The Peiper family served a super pre-sale meal, and they even had raspberry pie. A great day for the Pieper family!


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