Schuler Red Angus 37th Annual Production Sale
TSLN Rep: Scott Dirk
Date of Sale: March 28, 2019
Location: at the ranch near Bridgeport, Nebraska
Auctioneer: Lex Madden
Support Local Journalism
102 Yearling Red Angus bulls – $5,553
23 Schuler Red Composite Yearling bull – $6,391
It was an excellent day for Schuler Red Angus. Butch & Susan Schuler along with their daughter, Stephanie and son, David, presented a great set of Red Angus bulls for the 37th Annual Schuler Red Angus sale.
Top selling bull was lot 1, Schuler Ranch Hand F606, a 2/18 son of Schuler Top Hand D911 that has EPD’s of CED 16, BW -1.9, WW 65, YW 120, and Milk 25, selling to 7 Bar Cattle Co., Sheridan, Montana for $19,000.
Lot 2, Schuler Discipline 8506F, a 3/18 son of 3SCC Domain A163 with EPD’s of CED 14, BW 0, WW 72, YW 127, and milk 28, to Wedel Red Angus, Leoti, Kansas for $13,000.
Lot 35, Schuler Defender 8414F, a 2/18 son of 5L Defender 560-30Z with EPD’s of CED 11, BW -1.8, WW 61, YW 104, and milk 22, to Blew Partnership, Hutchinson, Kansas for $8,500.
Lot 6, Schuler Prime 8409F, a 2/18 son of 5L Defender 560-30Z with EPD’s of CED 16, BW -3.6, WW 60, YW 102, and milk 22, sold to Wayne & Patti Lux, Crawford, Nebarska for $8,250.
The Schuler Red Composite bulls were very well accepted and sold very well. Top selling Composite bull was lot 133, Schuler Red 62 Ampep F106, a 2/18 son of Schuler Red 71 Amped D303 with EPD’s of CED 16, BW -3, WW 66, YW 110, and milk 22, selling to Resting Heart Cattle Co., Columbus, Nebraska for $8,500.
Lot 127, Schuler Red 53 Bounty F157, a 3/18 son of Leachman 18 Karat X235C with EPD’s of CED 13, BW 1.4, WW 70, YW 115, and milk 21, sold to Art Reichert, Isabel, South Dakota for $8,000.
Lot 130, Schuler Red 62 Amped F100, a 2/18 son of Schuler Red 71 Amped D303 with EPD’s of CED 16, BW -4.5, WW 66, YW 107, and milk 21, sold to Ron Feldkamp, Lincoln, Nebraska for $8,000.
Support Local Journalism
Readers like you make the Tri-State Livestock News’ work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, relevant coverage of the livestock industry.
Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.
Each donation will be used exclusively for the development and creation of increased news coverage.
Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.