Simmental Show results from Sioux Empire Farm Show
Cory Schrag of Marion, SD judged the Sioux Empire Farm Show Simmental Show Wednesday, Jan. 28 in Sioux Falls, SD.
Schrag chose lot 29, JS Hummer 25U, a consignment from Courtney and Steve Jass of Garner, IA, as champion bull. He was sired by HC Hummer 12M and out of JS Sapphire 57S. He went on to be the second highest selling bull, going for $4,000 to Ryan Miller of Winfred, SD.
Reserve champion bull went to lot 35, JS Unique 04U, a consignment from Jass Simmentals of Garner, IA. He was sired by SVF/NJC Built Right N48 and out of JS Sweet Memories 7P. He went on to be the third highest selling bull, going for $3,800 to Mike Palmquist of Winfred, SD.
Schrag chose lot 11, Miss RS 16T, a consignment from Reed Simmental of Pipestone, MN, as champion female. She was sired by First Dream and out of Miss RS 835. She went on to be the high selling female, going for $4,000 to Daniel Klaassen of Little Rock, IA.
Schrag chose lot 7, RB Dolly, as reserve champion female. She was consigned by Rb Simmentals of Correctionville, IA. She was sired by Maximus 391 and out of RB Cherry Red. She went on to be the fourth highest selling female, going for $2,000 to Adam and Grant Raml of Goodwin, SD.
Tracy Harl of Hastings, NE served as auctioneer for the Simmental Sale, and auctioned 20 bulls and 12 females. Twenty bulls averaged $2,380 and the 12 females averaged $1,833.33.
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