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Schiefelbein Farms 19th Annual Angus Bull Sale "You Buy, We Bid"

Dan Piroutek & Scott Dirk

Schiefelbein Farms is owned by Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, along with all of their sons who farm and produce this widely known herd of cattle. This family has been in the Angus business for over 55 years. They have selected their cow herd over the years to be functional, efficient cattle that can excel in the feedlot and on the rail.

The Schiefelbein family feeds a lot of cattle and they like to come and bid on their customer’s calves, especially in the sale barns in South Dakota. Last year this family purchased 20,000 of their customers’ calves, and probably bid on that many more.

There was interest in this sale from around the nation, and the sale was very strong from start to finish. This was certainly the strongest set of bulls that Schiefelbein’s have brought to Faith. The bulls were sold in catalog order, by sire groups. It was a good way for the commercial men to evaluate the different sire groups.

The sale day weather was good, and a big crowd was on hand for the start of this great auction.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 98, selling for $7,250 to Mickey Simons from White Owl, SD. He was Schiefelbein Captin 139 and sired by Connealy Lead On. Out of a daughter of Schiefelbein Altus 515, he was a big bodied, long sided bull with a lot of eye appeal. He had EPDs of +6 CED, +1.5 BW, +53 WW, +31 MILK and +94 YW. Born at 76 pounds, he weaned at 799 pounds before posting a yearling weight of 1,413 pounds. With a 40.7 cm. scrotal measurement, he had gained 3.84 pounds a day and had a 16.7 sq. in. rib eye.

Repeat buyer, the Entze Bros. from Golden Valley, ND, made Lot 30 their top selection at $7,000. He was a son of the very popular SAV Final Answer 0035 and was out of a Bon View New Design 208 daughter. His EPDs included -0.1 BW, +56 WW, +27 MILK and +98 YW. He had a 70 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 761 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,462 pounds.

Angus breeder Cal Heitzman from Spencer, SD bought Lot 104 at $6,500. This son of Connealy Lead On had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +50 WW, +30 MILK and +93 YW. He had a 73 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 760 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,426 pounds.

Lot 84 found a new home with repeat buyer Bill Vinton from Whitman, NE. At $6,250, he was a son of Rito 1I2, and out of a New Frontier daughter. He posted EPDs of +2.4 BW, +56 WW, +21 MILK and +100 YW. With an 84 pound birth weight, he weaned at 755 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,501 pounds.

Mickey Simons found another good bull in Lot 59 at $6,250. This son of Mytty in Focus had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +54 WW, +25 MILK and +97 YW. He hit the ground at 74 pounds, weaned at 784 pounds and then posted a yearling weight of 1,499 pounds.

Curt Randall from Broadus, MT bought two bulls at $6,250 in Lots 112 and 129. The Lot 112 bull was a son of TC Total and the Lot 129 bull was sired by GAR Predestined.

The Schiefelbeins had a great pre-sale lunch provided by Louise and Amy Ulrich, as well as a free steak dinner the night before at the Chances-R-Steakhouse in Faith, SD.

Schiefelbein Farms is owned by Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, along with all of their sons who farm and produce this widely known herd of cattle. This family has been in the Angus business for over 55 years. They have selected their cow herd over the years to be functional, efficient cattle that can excel in the feedlot and on the rail.

The Schiefelbein family feeds a lot of cattle and they like to come and bid on their customer’s calves, especially in the sale barns in South Dakota. Last year this family purchased 20,000 of their customers’ calves, and probably bid on that many more.

There was interest in this sale from around the nation, and the sale was very strong from start to finish. This was certainly the strongest set of bulls that Schiefelbein’s have brought to Faith. The bulls were sold in catalog order, by sire groups. It was a good way for the commercial men to evaluate the different sire groups.

The sale day weather was good, and a big crowd was on hand for the start of this great auction.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 98, selling for $7,250 to Mickey Simons from White Owl, SD. He was Schiefelbein Captin 139 and sired by Connealy Lead On. Out of a daughter of Schiefelbein Altus 515, he was a big bodied, long sided bull with a lot of eye appeal. He had EPDs of +6 CED, +1.5 BW, +53 WW, +31 MILK and +94 YW. Born at 76 pounds, he weaned at 799 pounds before posting a yearling weight of 1,413 pounds. With a 40.7 cm. scrotal measurement, he had gained 3.84 pounds a day and had a 16.7 sq. in. rib eye.

Repeat buyer, the Entze Bros. from Golden Valley, ND, made Lot 30 their top selection at $7,000. He was a son of the very popular SAV Final Answer 0035 and was out of a Bon View New Design 208 daughter. His EPDs included -0.1 BW, +56 WW, +27 MILK and +98 YW. He had a 70 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 761 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,462 pounds.

Angus breeder Cal Heitzman from Spencer, SD bought Lot 104 at $6,500. This son of Connealy Lead On had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +50 WW, +30 MILK and +93 YW. He had a 73 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 760 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,426 pounds.

Lot 84 found a new home with repeat buyer Bill Vinton from Whitman, NE. At $6,250, he was a son of Rito 1I2, and out of a New Frontier daughter. He posted EPDs of +2.4 BW, +56 WW, +21 MILK and +100 YW. With an 84 pound birth weight, he weaned at 755 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,501 pounds.

Mickey Simons found another good bull in Lot 59 at $6,250. This son of Mytty in Focus had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +54 WW, +25 MILK and +97 YW. He hit the ground at 74 pounds, weaned at 784 pounds and then posted a yearling weight of 1,499 pounds.

Curt Randall from Broadus, MT bought two bulls at $6,250 in Lots 112 and 129. The Lot 112 bull was a son of TC Total and the Lot 129 bull was sired by GAR Predestined.

The Schiefelbeins had a great pre-sale lunch provided by Louise and Amy Ulrich, as well as a free steak dinner the night before at the Chances-R-Steakhouse in Faith, SD.

Schiefelbein Farms is owned by Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, along with all of their sons who farm and produce this widely known herd of cattle. This family has been in the Angus business for over 55 years. They have selected their cow herd over the years to be functional, efficient cattle that can excel in the feedlot and on the rail.

The Schiefelbein family feeds a lot of cattle and they like to come and bid on their customer’s calves, especially in the sale barns in South Dakota. Last year this family purchased 20,000 of their customers’ calves, and probably bid on that many more.

There was interest in this sale from around the nation, and the sale was very strong from start to finish. This was certainly the strongest set of bulls that Schiefelbein’s have brought to Faith. The bulls were sold in catalog order, by sire groups. It was a good way for the commercial men to evaluate the different sire groups.

The sale day weather was good, and a big crowd was on hand for the start of this great auction.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 98, selling for $7,250 to Mickey Simons from White Owl, SD. He was Schiefelbein Captin 139 and sired by Connealy Lead On. Out of a daughter of Schiefelbein Altus 515, he was a big bodied, long sided bull with a lot of eye appeal. He had EPDs of +6 CED, +1.5 BW, +53 WW, +31 MILK and +94 YW. Born at 76 pounds, he weaned at 799 pounds before posting a yearling weight of 1,413 pounds. With a 40.7 cm. scrotal measurement, he had gained 3.84 pounds a day and had a 16.7 sq. in. rib eye.

Repeat buyer, the Entze Bros. from Golden Valley, ND, made Lot 30 their top selection at $7,000. He was a son of the very popular SAV Final Answer 0035 and was out of a Bon View New Design 208 daughter. His EPDs included -0.1 BW, +56 WW, +27 MILK and +98 YW. He had a 70 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 761 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,462 pounds.

Angus breeder Cal Heitzman from Spencer, SD bought Lot 104 at $6,500. This son of Connealy Lead On had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +50 WW, +30 MILK and +93 YW. He had a 73 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 760 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,426 pounds.

Lot 84 found a new home with repeat buyer Bill Vinton from Whitman, NE. At $6,250, he was a son of Rito 1I2, and out of a New Frontier daughter. He posted EPDs of +2.4 BW, +56 WW, +21 MILK and +100 YW. With an 84 pound birth weight, he weaned at 755 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,501 pounds.

Mickey Simons found another good bull in Lot 59 at $6,250. This son of Mytty in Focus had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +54 WW, +25 MILK and +97 YW. He hit the ground at 74 pounds, weaned at 784 pounds and then posted a yearling weight of 1,499 pounds.

Curt Randall from Broadus, MT bought two bulls at $6,250 in Lots 112 and 129. The Lot 112 bull was a son of TC Total and the Lot 129 bull was sired by GAR Predestined.

The Schiefelbeins had a great pre-sale lunch provided by Louise and Amy Ulrich, as well as a free steak dinner the night before at the Chances-R-Steakhouse in Faith, SD.

Schiefelbein Farms is owned by Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, along with all of their sons who farm and produce this widely known herd of cattle. This family has been in the Angus business for over 55 years. They have selected their cow herd over the years to be functional, efficient cattle that can excel in the feedlot and on the rail.

The Schiefelbein family feeds a lot of cattle and they like to come and bid on their customer’s calves, especially in the sale barns in South Dakota. Last year this family purchased 20,000 of their customers’ calves, and probably bid on that many more.

There was interest in this sale from around the nation, and the sale was very strong from start to finish. This was certainly the strongest set of bulls that Schiefelbein’s have brought to Faith. The bulls were sold in catalog order, by sire groups. It was a good way for the commercial men to evaluate the different sire groups.

The sale day weather was good, and a big crowd was on hand for the start of this great auction.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 98, selling for $7,250 to Mickey Simons from White Owl, SD. He was Schiefelbein Captin 139 and sired by Connealy Lead On. Out of a daughter of Schiefelbein Altus 515, he was a big bodied, long sided bull with a lot of eye appeal. He had EPDs of +6 CED, +1.5 BW, +53 WW, +31 MILK and +94 YW. Born at 76 pounds, he weaned at 799 pounds before posting a yearling weight of 1,413 pounds. With a 40.7 cm. scrotal measurement, he had gained 3.84 pounds a day and had a 16.7 sq. in. rib eye.

Repeat buyer, the Entze Bros. from Golden Valley, ND, made Lot 30 their top selection at $7,000. He was a son of the very popular SAV Final Answer 0035 and was out of a Bon View New Design 208 daughter. His EPDs included -0.1 BW, +56 WW, +27 MILK and +98 YW. He had a 70 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 761 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,462 pounds.

Angus breeder Cal Heitzman from Spencer, SD bought Lot 104 at $6,500. This son of Connealy Lead On had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +50 WW, +30 MILK and +93 YW. He had a 73 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 760 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,426 pounds.

Lot 84 found a new home with repeat buyer Bill Vinton from Whitman, NE. At $6,250, he was a son of Rito 1I2, and out of a New Frontier daughter. He posted EPDs of +2.4 BW, +56 WW, +21 MILK and +100 YW. With an 84 pound birth weight, he weaned at 755 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,501 pounds.

Mickey Simons found another good bull in Lot 59 at $6,250. This son of Mytty in Focus had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +54 WW, +25 MILK and +97 YW. He hit the ground at 74 pounds, weaned at 784 pounds and then posted a yearling weight of 1,499 pounds.

Curt Randall from Broadus, MT bought two bulls at $6,250 in Lots 112 and 129. The Lot 112 bull was a son of TC Total and the Lot 129 bull was sired by GAR Predestined.

The Schiefelbeins had a great pre-sale lunch provided by Louise and Amy Ulrich, as well as a free steak dinner the night before at the Chances-R-Steakhouse in Faith, SD.

Schiefelbein Farms is owned by Frank and Frosty Schiefelbein, along with all of their sons who farm and produce this widely known herd of cattle. This family has been in the Angus business for over 55 years. They have selected their cow herd over the years to be functional, efficient cattle that can excel in the feedlot and on the rail.

The Schiefelbein family feeds a lot of cattle and they like to come and bid on their customer’s calves, especially in the sale barns in South Dakota. Last year this family purchased 20,000 of their customers’ calves, and probably bid on that many more.

There was interest in this sale from around the nation, and the sale was very strong from start to finish. This was certainly the strongest set of bulls that Schiefelbein’s have brought to Faith. The bulls were sold in catalog order, by sire groups. It was a good way for the commercial men to evaluate the different sire groups.

The sale day weather was good, and a big crowd was on hand for the start of this great auction.

Top selling bull of the day was Lot 98, selling for $7,250 to Mickey Simons from White Owl, SD. He was Schiefelbein Captin 139 and sired by Connealy Lead On. Out of a daughter of Schiefelbein Altus 515, he was a big bodied, long sided bull with a lot of eye appeal. He had EPDs of +6 CED, +1.5 BW, +53 WW, +31 MILK and +94 YW. Born at 76 pounds, he weaned at 799 pounds before posting a yearling weight of 1,413 pounds. With a 40.7 cm. scrotal measurement, he had gained 3.84 pounds a day and had a 16.7 sq. in. rib eye.

Repeat buyer, the Entze Bros. from Golden Valley, ND, made Lot 30 their top selection at $7,000. He was a son of the very popular SAV Final Answer 0035 and was out of a Bon View New Design 208 daughter. His EPDs included -0.1 BW, +56 WW, +27 MILK and +98 YW. He had a 70 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 761 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,462 pounds.

Angus breeder Cal Heitzman from Spencer, SD bought Lot 104 at $6,500. This son of Connealy Lead On had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +50 WW, +30 MILK and +93 YW. He had a 73 pound birth weight, a weaning weight of 760 pounds and a yearling weight of 1,426 pounds.

Lot 84 found a new home with repeat buyer Bill Vinton from Whitman, NE. At $6,250, he was a son of Rito 1I2, and out of a New Frontier daughter. He posted EPDs of +2.4 BW, +56 WW, +21 MILK and +100 YW. With an 84 pound birth weight, he weaned at 755 pounds and grew to a yearling weight of 1,501 pounds.

Mickey Simons found another good bull in Lot 59 at $6,250. This son of Mytty in Focus had EPDs of +0.7 BW, +54 WW, +25 MILK and +97 YW. He hit the ground at 74 pounds, weaned at 784 pounds and then posted a yearling weight of 1,499 pounds.

Curt Randall from Broadus, MT bought two bulls at $6,250 in Lots 112 and 129. The Lot 112 bull was a son of TC Total and the Lot 129 bull was sired by GAR Predestined.

The Schiefelbeins had a great pre-sale lunch provided by Louise and Amy Ulrich, as well as a free steak dinner the night before at the Chances-R-Steakhouse in Faith, SD.


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