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Schiefelbein Farms "You Buy, We Bid" 18th Annual Angus Bull Sale

Dan Piroutek
Scott Shoun, Ross McPherson and Marion Maud

The 2009 sale for Schiefelbein Farms will go down as one of the best sales of the spring season. Their sale date hit between the weather systems just right, making for a good day. Their customers like having Frank Schiefelbein sitting on the seat bidding on their calves next fall – and Frank enjoys seeing all the familiar faces at the Schiefelbein sale each spring. Through their “you buy, we bid” program, the Schiefelbeins bid on more than 10,000 calves from their customers.

Schiefelbein Farms from Kimball, MN, have come to Faith since 1992. Frank and Frosty, along with nine sons and their families, provided a free steak supper and a seminar at the Chances R Steakhouse the evening before the sale, and this was well attended.

The 2009 sale for Schiefelbein Farms will go down as one of the best sales of the spring season. Their sale date hit between the weather systems just right, making for a good day. Their customers like having Frank Schiefelbein sitting on the seat bidding on their calves next fall – and Frank enjoys seeing all the familiar faces at the Schiefelbein sale each spring. Through their “you buy, we bid” program, the Schiefelbeins bid on more than 10,000 calves from their customers.

Schiefelbein Farms from Kimball, MN, have come to Faith since 1992. Frank and Frosty, along with nine sons and their families, provided a free steak supper and a seminar at the Chances R Steakhouse the evening before the sale, and this was well attended.

The 2009 sale for Schiefelbein Farms will go down as one of the best sales of the spring season. Their sale date hit between the weather systems just right, making for a good day. Their customers like having Frank Schiefelbein sitting on the seat bidding on their calves next fall – and Frank enjoys seeing all the familiar faces at the Schiefelbein sale each spring. Through their “you buy, we bid” program, the Schiefelbeins bid on more than 10,000 calves from their customers.

Schiefelbein Farms from Kimball, MN, have come to Faith since 1992. Frank and Frosty, along with nine sons and their families, provided a free steak supper and a seminar at the Chances R Steakhouse the evening before the sale, and this was well attended.

The 2009 sale for Schiefelbein Farms will go down as one of the best sales of the spring season. Their sale date hit between the weather systems just right, making for a good day. Their customers like having Frank Schiefelbein sitting on the seat bidding on their calves next fall – and Frank enjoys seeing all the familiar faces at the Schiefelbein sale each spring. Through their “you buy, we bid” program, the Schiefelbeins bid on more than 10,000 calves from their customers.

Schiefelbein Farms from Kimball, MN, have come to Faith since 1992. Frank and Frosty, along with nine sons and their families, provided a free steak supper and a seminar at the Chances R Steakhouse the evening before the sale, and this was well attended.

The 2009 sale for Schiefelbein Farms will go down as one of the best sales of the spring season. Their sale date hit between the weather systems just right, making for a good day. Their customers like having Frank Schiefelbein sitting on the seat bidding on their calves next fall – and Frank enjoys seeing all the familiar faces at the Schiefelbein sale each spring. Through their “you buy, we bid” program, the Schiefelbeins bid on more than 10,000 calves from their customers.

Schiefelbein Farms from Kimball, MN, have come to Faith since 1992. Frank and Frosty, along with nine sons and their families, provided a free steak supper and a seminar at the Chances R Steakhouse the evening before the sale, and this was well attended.


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