Red Angus Show & Sale
Nathan Spickler, Glenfield, N.D., judged the Sioux Empire Farm Show Red Angus Show Jan. 28 in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Spickler chose lot 32, WDZ Cardshark 502, a consignment from Zehnder Cattle, Stanchfield, Minn., as champion bull. He was sired by WEBR TC Cardshark 1015 and out of WDZ CF Jewel 2010. He sold to Curtis R. Matthies, Marion, S.D., for $3,500.
Reserve champion bull went to lot 17, WDZ Evolution 5013, a consignment from Zehnder Cattle. He was sired by C-Bar Evolution 107Y and out of PZC Dolly. He was the second highest selling bull and sold to Oren Stahl, Freeman, S.D., for $4,250.
The highest selling bull came from Home Stake Ranch, Wolsey, S.D., and sold to Steve Walter, Huron, S.D., for $4,500.
Spickler chose lot 7, CSPF Cassie 05C, a consignment from Pladsen Red Angus, Harpers Ferry, Iowa, as champion female. She was sired by Silveiras Mission Nexus 1378 and out of PIE Playmate 3002. She was the highest selling female and sold to Bruce Handel, Menno, S.D., for $4,500.
Spickler chose lot 5, ULRA Baroness 1545, as reserve champion female. She was consigned by Ulrich Red Angus, Good Thunder, Minn. She was sired by WEBR Night Train 324 and out of PFFR MS Baroness 763.
The second highest selling female came from Carruthers Brothers Ranch, Baltic, S.D., and sold to Mark Metzger, Larchwood, Iowa, for $4,100.
Seth Weishaar, Belle Fourche, S.D., served as auctioneer for the Red Angus Sale. He auctioned 19 bulls and five females. Nineteen bulls averaged $3,210.53, and the five females averaged $3,260.
–Sioux Empire Farm Show
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