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Schauer Angus 19th Annual Bull Sale

Bryant Schauer (on right) with his order buyer Joe Piroutek.

The weather was such a contrast from last year. Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a limited crowd for their annual bull sale. The weather just got worse as the morning wore on. Folks gathering before the sale found snowflakes and some wind, especially to the north. There were several buyers that did not make it to the sale because of the storm.

The Schauer program has been a real success story, as they now produce some of the top Angus bulls sold in western South Dakota. The bulls were uniform in their kind, with tremendous numbers on many of the bulls. Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority.

Although the crowd was smaller, the loyal customers that were there bid very aggressively to make this a nice sale.



The weather was such a contrast from last year. Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a limited crowd for their annual bull sale. The weather just got worse as the morning wore on. Folks gathering before the sale found snowflakes and some wind, especially to the north. There were several buyers that did not make it to the sale because of the storm.

The Schauer program has been a real success story, as they now produce some of the top Angus bulls sold in western South Dakota. The bulls were uniform in their kind, with tremendous numbers on many of the bulls. Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority.



Although the crowd was smaller, the loyal customers that were there bid very aggressively to make this a nice sale.

The weather was such a contrast from last year. Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a limited crowd for their annual bull sale. The weather just got worse as the morning wore on. Folks gathering before the sale found snowflakes and some wind, especially to the north. There were several buyers that did not make it to the sale because of the storm.

The Schauer program has been a real success story, as they now produce some of the top Angus bulls sold in western South Dakota. The bulls were uniform in their kind, with tremendous numbers on many of the bulls. Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority.

Although the crowd was smaller, the loyal customers that were there bid very aggressively to make this a nice sale.

The weather was such a contrast from last year. Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a limited crowd for their annual bull sale. The weather just got worse as the morning wore on. Folks gathering before the sale found snowflakes and some wind, especially to the north. There were several buyers that did not make it to the sale because of the storm.

The Schauer program has been a real success story, as they now produce some of the top Angus bulls sold in western South Dakota. The bulls were uniform in their kind, with tremendous numbers on many of the bulls. Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority.

Although the crowd was smaller, the loyal customers that were there bid very aggressively to make this a nice sale.

The weather was such a contrast from last year. Schauer Angus, owned by Bryant and Doug Schauer, hosted a limited crowd for their annual bull sale. The weather just got worse as the morning wore on. Folks gathering before the sale found snowflakes and some wind, especially to the north. There were several buyers that did not make it to the sale because of the storm.

The Schauer program has been a real success story, as they now produce some of the top Angus bulls sold in western South Dakota. The bulls were uniform in their kind, with tremendous numbers on many of the bulls. Beyond breeding better cattle, customer satisfaction is their No. 1 priority.

Although the crowd was smaller, the loyal customers that were there bid very aggressively to make this a nice sale.

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