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Sandmeier Charolais – Identifying and Offering Proven Genetics

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.



Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).



John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.

Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).

John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.

Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).

John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.

Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).

John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.

Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).

John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!

What a beautiful day for the Sandmeier Charolais sale west of Bowdle, SD. This year the weather was as nice as I can remember for Cal and Gary Sandmeier and their families as they spread out the welcome mat, and presented one of their best overall sets of bulls.

The bulls were all Gene Star tested for marbling, tenderness, and feed efficiency. Cal said, “I offer the DNA information to those who need to use another tool to make a selection. However, for most of us, the hybrid vigor Charolais offers is possibly the most economically important contribution a Charolais bull can give us.”

Most of the bulls on this sale sold to repeat buyers. There were two bulls that topped the sale at $7,500. Lot 9158 was a yearling bull selling to D & W Livestock of Newcastle, WY. I felt this was just an outstanding Charolais bull. He was a long, thick made bull with a lot of hair, and a great disposition. He was an April 10th son of SCR Mr M 7804 P (polled), and out of Thomas Ms Goo3 1589. With an 88 pound birth weight, he weaned at 911 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,425 pounds. His EPDs were +0.7 BW, +29.5 WW, and +46.5 YW. He also had a 17.0 sq. in rib eye.

Repeat buyer Mike Peterson from Cresbard, SD chose the fall yearling bull, Lot 8614 P, at $7,500. He was a son of SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled), and out of SCR Mis Avignon 5566. He had a 90 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 852 pounds, and achieved a yearling weight of 1,430 pounds.

Eagle Nest Ranch from Lodgepole, SD bought two of the top yearling bulls in Lot 9177 P at $6,000 and Lot 9024 Pat $5,750. The Lot 9177 bull was by SCR Sir McTender 6187 (polled) and the Lot 9024 bull was by Cardinals Lad F246 P (polled).

John Schnabel from Tripp, SD bought the high selling two-year-old bull in Lot 8251P at $4,000. He was sired by SCR Sir Signature 2259 (polled). The Lot 8502 P fall yearling bull sold for $5,250 to Steve Thomas at Presho, SD.

The beef sandwiches were excellent – I watched one ring man go back for thirds!


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