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R & R Cattle Company Bull & Female Sale

R & R Cattle, owned by Steve and Elaine Reimer, hosted a big crowd on a beautiful day for their annual production sale. This was easily their strongest set of bulls, and they were rapidly picked up by this crowd of ranchers.

The Reimers have built a strong reputation for providing deep, thick-made, sound cattle that are easy-fleshing and packed with muscle.

This set of bulls brought out many repeat commercial customers, as well as many purebred outfits, to compete for this set of bulls.



The sale was very aggressive and moved along very quickly.

The top selling bull of the day was one of the really popular bulls of the sale season. He sold for $40,000 to the good herds of C. K. Cattle and Wager Cattle Co., both from Gettysburg, SD. The name to remember is R&R Upgrade X744, also known as Lot 10 in the catalog. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, he was out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, making him three-quarter Simmental and on-quarter Angus bull. He weaned at 819 lbs. and had an adjusted yearling weight of 1,420 lbs., along with a 40-cm scrotal measurement. His EPDs were BW +0.3, WW +56.7, YW +100, MM -2.1, MWW +26.3, CW +22.1, YG +0.14, MB +0.33, API +126 and TI +85.



Harley and Dawn Cable chose Lot 2 at $7,500. This son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676 was out of a daughter of HC Power Drive 88H, and had EPDs of BW -0.1, WW +42.7, YW +78.2, MM +2.6, MWW +24, CW +8.8, YG +0.0, MB +0.19, API +124 and TI +71. He had an 86-lb. birth weight, weaned at 746 lbs., and posted a yearling weight of 1,250 lbs.

Lot 9 sold for $7,500 to Chris Christensen from Wessington Springs, SD, and was a son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. Out of a daughter of Final Answer, he had a birth weight of 84 lbs. He was a multi-generational bull, black and polled. His weaning weight was 839 lbs., and he grew to a yearling weight of 1,362 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,250 with Lot 11 headed for a new home with Scott McManus from Fulton, SD. Here was yet another son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. This five-eighths Simmental, three-eighths Angus bull was out of a daughter of 004 and posted a weaning weight of 813 lbs., before reaching 1,310 lbs. as a yearling.

Neil Duxbury from Wessington, SD, selected Lot 12 at $5,750. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, this bull was out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a negative birth weight EPD, born at 83 lbs., and weaned at 818 lbs.

Top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 68, selling for $2,900 to Trent Kubik from Hamill, SD. She was half Simmental and half Angus, with Final Answer in her pedigree.

The Lot 66 open heifer sold for $2,700 to Colin Geppert from Kimball, SD. She was a very attractive Net Worth female with a strong EPD profile.

It was a great day for R & R Cattle Company.

R & R Cattle, owned by Steve and Elaine Reimer, hosted a big crowd on a beautiful day for their annual production sale. This was easily their strongest set of bulls, and they were rapidly picked up by this crowd of ranchers.

The Reimers have built a strong reputation for providing deep, thick-made, sound cattle that are easy-fleshing and packed with muscle.

This set of bulls brought out many repeat commercial customers, as well as many purebred outfits, to compete for this set of bulls.

The sale was very aggressive and moved along very quickly.

The top selling bull of the day was one of the really popular bulls of the sale season. He sold for $40,000 to the good herds of C. K. Cattle and Wager Cattle Co., both from Gettysburg, SD. The name to remember is R&R Upgrade X744, also known as Lot 10 in the catalog. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, he was out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, making him three-quarter Simmental and on-quarter Angus bull. He weaned at 819 lbs. and had an adjusted yearling weight of 1,420 lbs., along with a 40-cm scrotal measurement. His EPDs were BW +0.3, WW +56.7, YW +100, MM -2.1, MWW +26.3, CW +22.1, YG +0.14, MB +0.33, API +126 and TI +85.

Harley and Dawn Cable chose Lot 2 at $7,500. This son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676 was out of a daughter of HC Power Drive 88H, and had EPDs of BW -0.1, WW +42.7, YW +78.2, MM +2.6, MWW +24, CW +8.8, YG +0.0, MB +0.19, API +124 and TI +71. He had an 86-lb. birth weight, weaned at 746 lbs., and posted a yearling weight of 1,250 lbs.

Lot 9 sold for $7,500 to Chris Christensen from Wessington Springs, SD, and was a son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. Out of a daughter of Final Answer, he had a birth weight of 84 lbs. He was a multi-generational bull, black and polled. His weaning weight was 839 lbs., and he grew to a yearling weight of 1,362 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,250 with Lot 11 headed for a new home with Scott McManus from Fulton, SD. Here was yet another son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. This five-eighths Simmental, three-eighths Angus bull was out of a daughter of 004 and posted a weaning weight of 813 lbs., before reaching 1,310 lbs. as a yearling.

Neil Duxbury from Wessington, SD, selected Lot 12 at $5,750. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, this bull was out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a negative birth weight EPD, born at 83 lbs., and weaned at 818 lbs.

Top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 68, selling for $2,900 to Trent Kubik from Hamill, SD. She was half Simmental and half Angus, with Final Answer in her pedigree.

The Lot 66 open heifer sold for $2,700 to Colin Geppert from Kimball, SD. She was a very attractive Net Worth female with a strong EPD profile.

It was a great day for R & R Cattle Company.

R & R Cattle, owned by Steve and Elaine Reimer, hosted a big crowd on a beautiful day for their annual production sale. This was easily their strongest set of bulls, and they were rapidly picked up by this crowd of ranchers.

The Reimers have built a strong reputation for providing deep, thick-made, sound cattle that are easy-fleshing and packed with muscle.

This set of bulls brought out many repeat commercial customers, as well as many purebred outfits, to compete for this set of bulls.

The sale was very aggressive and moved along very quickly.

The top selling bull of the day was one of the really popular bulls of the sale season. He sold for $40,000 to the good herds of C. K. Cattle and Wager Cattle Co., both from Gettysburg, SD. The name to remember is R&R Upgrade X744, also known as Lot 10 in the catalog. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, he was out of a daughter of SAV 8180 Traveler 004, making him three-quarter Simmental and on-quarter Angus bull. He weaned at 819 lbs. and had an adjusted yearling weight of 1,420 lbs., along with a 40-cm scrotal measurement. His EPDs were BW +0.3, WW +56.7, YW +100, MM -2.1, MWW +26.3, CW +22.1, YG +0.14, MB +0.33, API +126 and TI +85.

Harley and Dawn Cable chose Lot 2 at $7,500. This son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676 was out of a daughter of HC Power Drive 88H, and had EPDs of BW -0.1, WW +42.7, YW +78.2, MM +2.6, MWW +24, CW +8.8, YG +0.0, MB +0.19, API +124 and TI +71. He had an 86-lb. birth weight, weaned at 746 lbs., and posted a yearling weight of 1,250 lbs.

Lot 9 sold for $7,500 to Chris Christensen from Wessington Springs, SD, and was a son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. Out of a daughter of Final Answer, he had a birth weight of 84 lbs. He was a multi-generational bull, black and polled. His weaning weight was 839 lbs., and he grew to a yearling weight of 1,362 lbs.

The gavel fell at $6,250 with Lot 11 headed for a new home with Scott McManus from Fulton, SD. Here was yet another son of Mr NLC Upgrade U8676. This five-eighths Simmental, three-eighths Angus bull was out of a daughter of 004 and posted a weaning weight of 813 lbs., before reaching 1,310 lbs. as a yearling.

Neil Duxbury from Wessington, SD, selected Lot 12 at $5,750. Sired by Mr NLC Upgrade U8676, this bull was out of a daughter of Bon View New Design 878. He had a negative birth weight EPD, born at 83 lbs., and weaned at 818 lbs.

Top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 68, selling for $2,900 to Trent Kubik from Hamill, SD. She was half Simmental and half Angus, with Final Answer in her pedigree.

The Lot 66 open heifer sold for $2,700 to Colin Geppert from Kimball, SD. She was a very attractive Net Worth female with a strong EPD profile.

It was a great day for R & R Cattle Company.


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