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Schauer Angus 18th Annual Bull Sale

Gary Vance of Faith, SD and Jim O'Dea of Plainview, SD

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Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.



The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.



Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.

Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.

Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.

Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.

Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.

Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.

Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.

Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.

Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.

Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a big crowd on a fairly nice day for their annual bull sale. The Schauer cow herd is bred to be very maternal, with a lot of influence from Leachman Right Time, Pine Creek Traveler 1147, and Connealy Dateline.

Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority. All you have to do is listen to a few of their good repeat buyers to see why they keep coming back. The Schauers are well-respected, and most of their bulls are sold within an 80 mile radius of home.

The sale was a very rapid, competitive auction, with only two bulls selling for under $2,000. This year the Schauers also brought an outstanding set of two-year-old bulls, and they were very easy to sell.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 21, a yearling son of SAV Final Answer 0035 and out of a daughter of Whitney Creek Foundation that had produced three calves with a weaning weight ratio of 111. With a birth weight of 81 pounds, this bull weaned at 731 pounds to ratio 111. His EPDs were -0.2 BW, +51 WW, +22 MILK, and +87 YW. He sold to repeat buyer Denny Topf from Charter Oak, IA for $6,800.

Lot 19 also sold to Denny Topf for $5,750. He was a son of Final Answer and out of a first calf daughter of BC Matrix 4132. This heifer did a great job, as this calf weaned at 817 pounds to ratio 124. He had a 77 pound birth weight and EPDs of +0.1 BW, +68 WW, +19 MILK and +99 YW.

Lot 32, a son of Connealy Thunder, sold for $5,000 to Don Nash from Prairie City, SD. This calving ease bull, with growth, had a weaning weight ratio of 107 and a birth weight EPD of -0.7.

Long time repeat buyer Irving Jordan from Faith, SD bought two top bulls in Lots 5 and 12 at $4,750 each. Lot 5 was a son of TC Aberdeen 759 and out of a Cincha daughter who ratioed 111 on five calves. Lot 12 was a son of Mytty in Focus and out of a daughter of Rito 6I6. This bull had a weaning weight of 766 pounds to ratio 116. He weighed in at 1,330 pounds on sale day and had a 14.9 sq. in. rib eye.

David Niemi from Buffalo, SD made Lot 28 his top purchase when the gavel fell at $4,750. This son of Connealy Right Answer 746 had a 73 pound birth weight and a birth weight EPD of -0.8.

The top selling registered cows brought $1,500, and the top selling draft of commercial cows brought $1,300.


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