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The Slovek cattle are bred to be thick and muscular – cattle that will gain and produce a carcass that will demand a premium on the rail. These bulls are long-bodied with big tops and natural fleshing ability.

What a beautiful spring day it was! This big crowd of cattlemen had ample opportunity to walk through the pens of bulls, and make their selections. Slovek Ranch is owned by Bill and Pennie Slovek and their son, Bo. This was their 2nd annual production sale, but they have been in the cattle business for many years, perfecting many aspects of their operation.

The Sloveks offered a group of purebred Angus bulls as well as composite Angus hybrids with percentages of Simmental and Gelbvieh blood. Bill Slovek has fed many cattle, and he believes that this composite type of cattle is the most cost effective in the feedlot. The Sloveks practice rotational grazing, and are good sources for information if you are trying to get more production from your pastures.



This year brought several new buyers to compete with the dedicated base of customers that the Sloveks have built up over the years. A select group of two-year-old heifer pairs with AI’d calves by Connealy Answer were offered by the Sloveks, and they were extremely well received by this big crowd.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, a purebred Angus bull, sired by GAR Predestined AAA and out of a daughter of Twin Valley Precision E161. He had EPDs of +7 CED, +2.5 BW, +57 WW, +107 YW,+22 MILK, +0.59 MARB and +0.46 RE. With a 91 pound birth weight, he weaned at 687 pounds to ratio 105 and had a yearling weight of 1,228 pounds to ratio 111. Another impressive stat was his 15.0 sq. in. rib eye. He sold to Mike Assman at Mission, SD for $7,000.



Repeat buyer Kelly Blair from Milesville, SD selected Lot 39 at $3,400. This bull was sired by SLOV Bad River 5007S and was out of an 11 year old cow that had ratioed 115 on this calf. He was 84 percent Angus and 16 percent Gelbvieh with a 15.21 sq. in. rib eye. Born at 89 pounds, he weaned at 754 pounds and posted a 39 cm. scrotal measurement.

The Lot 51 bull sold for $3,400 to Allen Hodgman from Union Center, SD. This was a long bodied, deep-made bull with a lot of mass to him. He was 56 percent Angus, 19 percent Gelbvieh, and two percent Simmental. His birth weight was 95 pounds and he weaned at 735 pounds. His 14.2 sq. in. rib eye and a 40.1 cm. scrotal measurement made this bull a desirable selection.

The successful bidder on Lot 55 was Gary Clinton from Buffalo, SD. At $2,900, this was a son of UI Revelation P166 and out of a daughter of Morgans Direction. He was a 64 percent Angus and 36 percent Simmental bull. This homozygous black bull had an 82 pound birth weight and weaned at 688 pounds to ratio 111. He scanned a rib eye of 13.86 sq. in, and an IMF ratio of 103.

The Slovek cattle are bred to be thick and muscular – cattle that will gain and produce a carcass that will demand a premium on the rail. These bulls are long-bodied with big tops and natural fleshing ability.

What a beautiful spring day it was! This big crowd of cattlemen had ample opportunity to walk through the pens of bulls, and make their selections. Slovek Ranch is owned by Bill and Pennie Slovek and their son, Bo. This was their 2nd annual production sale, but they have been in the cattle business for many years, perfecting many aspects of their operation.

The Sloveks offered a group of purebred Angus bulls as well as composite Angus hybrids with percentages of Simmental and Gelbvieh blood. Bill Slovek has fed many cattle, and he believes that this composite type of cattle is the most cost effective in the feedlot. The Sloveks practice rotational grazing, and are good sources for information if you are trying to get more production from your pastures.

This year brought several new buyers to compete with the dedicated base of customers that the Sloveks have built up over the years. A select group of two-year-old heifer pairs with AI’d calves by Connealy Answer were offered by the Sloveks, and they were extremely well received by this big crowd.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, a purebred Angus bull, sired by GAR Predestined AAA and out of a daughter of Twin Valley Precision E161. He had EPDs of +7 CED, +2.5 BW, +57 WW, +107 YW,+22 MILK, +0.59 MARB and +0.46 RE. With a 91 pound birth weight, he weaned at 687 pounds to ratio 105 and had a yearling weight of 1,228 pounds to ratio 111. Another impressive stat was his 15.0 sq. in. rib eye. He sold to Mike Assman at Mission, SD for $7,000.

Repeat buyer Kelly Blair from Milesville, SD selected Lot 39 at $3,400. This bull was sired by SLOV Bad River 5007S and was out of an 11 year old cow that had ratioed 115 on this calf. He was 84 percent Angus and 16 percent Gelbvieh with a 15.21 sq. in. rib eye. Born at 89 pounds, he weaned at 754 pounds and posted a 39 cm. scrotal measurement.

The Lot 51 bull sold for $3,400 to Allen Hodgman from Union Center, SD. This was a long bodied, deep-made bull with a lot of mass to him. He was 56 percent Angus, 19 percent Gelbvieh, and two percent Simmental. His birth weight was 95 pounds and he weaned at 735 pounds. His 14.2 sq. in. rib eye and a 40.1 cm. scrotal measurement made this bull a desirable selection.

The successful bidder on Lot 55 was Gary Clinton from Buffalo, SD. At $2,900, this was a son of UI Revelation P166 and out of a daughter of Morgans Direction. He was a 64 percent Angus and 36 percent Simmental bull. This homozygous black bull had an 82 pound birth weight and weaned at 688 pounds to ratio 111. He scanned a rib eye of 13.86 sq. in, and an IMF ratio of 103.

The Slovek cattle are bred to be thick and muscular – cattle that will gain and produce a carcass that will demand a premium on the rail. These bulls are long-bodied with big tops and natural fleshing ability.

What a beautiful spring day it was! This big crowd of cattlemen had ample opportunity to walk through the pens of bulls, and make their selections. Slovek Ranch is owned by Bill and Pennie Slovek and their son, Bo. This was their 2nd annual production sale, but they have been in the cattle business for many years, perfecting many aspects of their operation.

The Sloveks offered a group of purebred Angus bulls as well as composite Angus hybrids with percentages of Simmental and Gelbvieh blood. Bill Slovek has fed many cattle, and he believes that this composite type of cattle is the most cost effective in the feedlot. The Sloveks practice rotational grazing, and are good sources for information if you are trying to get more production from your pastures.

This year brought several new buyers to compete with the dedicated base of customers that the Sloveks have built up over the years. A select group of two-year-old heifer pairs with AI’d calves by Connealy Answer were offered by the Sloveks, and they were extremely well received by this big crowd.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, a purebred Angus bull, sired by GAR Predestined AAA and out of a daughter of Twin Valley Precision E161. He had EPDs of +7 CED, +2.5 BW, +57 WW, +107 YW,+22 MILK, +0.59 MARB and +0.46 RE. With a 91 pound birth weight, he weaned at 687 pounds to ratio 105 and had a yearling weight of 1,228 pounds to ratio 111. Another impressive stat was his 15.0 sq. in. rib eye. He sold to Mike Assman at Mission, SD for $7,000.

Repeat buyer Kelly Blair from Milesville, SD selected Lot 39 at $3,400. This bull was sired by SLOV Bad River 5007S and was out of an 11 year old cow that had ratioed 115 on this calf. He was 84 percent Angus and 16 percent Gelbvieh with a 15.21 sq. in. rib eye. Born at 89 pounds, he weaned at 754 pounds and posted a 39 cm. scrotal measurement.

The Lot 51 bull sold for $3,400 to Allen Hodgman from Union Center, SD. This was a long bodied, deep-made bull with a lot of mass to him. He was 56 percent Angus, 19 percent Gelbvieh, and two percent Simmental. His birth weight was 95 pounds and he weaned at 735 pounds. His 14.2 sq. in. rib eye and a 40.1 cm. scrotal measurement made this bull a desirable selection.

The successful bidder on Lot 55 was Gary Clinton from Buffalo, SD. At $2,900, this was a son of UI Revelation P166 and out of a daughter of Morgans Direction. He was a 64 percent Angus and 36 percent Simmental bull. This homozygous black bull had an 82 pound birth weight and weaned at 688 pounds to ratio 111. He scanned a rib eye of 13.86 sq. in, and an IMF ratio of 103.

The Slovek cattle are bred to be thick and muscular – cattle that will gain and produce a carcass that will demand a premium on the rail. These bulls are long-bodied with big tops and natural fleshing ability.

What a beautiful spring day it was! This big crowd of cattlemen had ample opportunity to walk through the pens of bulls, and make their selections. Slovek Ranch is owned by Bill and Pennie Slovek and their son, Bo. This was their 2nd annual production sale, but they have been in the cattle business for many years, perfecting many aspects of their operation.

The Sloveks offered a group of purebred Angus bulls as well as composite Angus hybrids with percentages of Simmental and Gelbvieh blood. Bill Slovek has fed many cattle, and he believes that this composite type of cattle is the most cost effective in the feedlot. The Sloveks practice rotational grazing, and are good sources for information if you are trying to get more production from your pastures.

This year brought several new buyers to compete with the dedicated base of customers that the Sloveks have built up over the years. A select group of two-year-old heifer pairs with AI’d calves by Connealy Answer were offered by the Sloveks, and they were extremely well received by this big crowd.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, a purebred Angus bull, sired by GAR Predestined AAA and out of a daughter of Twin Valley Precision E161. He had EPDs of +7 CED, +2.5 BW, +57 WW, +107 YW,+22 MILK, +0.59 MARB and +0.46 RE. With a 91 pound birth weight, he weaned at 687 pounds to ratio 105 and had a yearling weight of 1,228 pounds to ratio 111. Another impressive stat was his 15.0 sq. in. rib eye. He sold to Mike Assman at Mission, SD for $7,000.

Repeat buyer Kelly Blair from Milesville, SD selected Lot 39 at $3,400. This bull was sired by SLOV Bad River 5007S and was out of an 11 year old cow that had ratioed 115 on this calf. He was 84 percent Angus and 16 percent Gelbvieh with a 15.21 sq. in. rib eye. Born at 89 pounds, he weaned at 754 pounds and posted a 39 cm. scrotal measurement.

The Lot 51 bull sold for $3,400 to Allen Hodgman from Union Center, SD. This was a long bodied, deep-made bull with a lot of mass to him. He was 56 percent Angus, 19 percent Gelbvieh, and two percent Simmental. His birth weight was 95 pounds and he weaned at 735 pounds. His 14.2 sq. in. rib eye and a 40.1 cm. scrotal measurement made this bull a desirable selection.

The successful bidder on Lot 55 was Gary Clinton from Buffalo, SD. At $2,900, this was a son of UI Revelation P166 and out of a daughter of Morgans Direction. He was a 64 percent Angus and 36 percent Simmental bull. This homozygous black bull had an 82 pound birth weight and weaned at 688 pounds to ratio 111. He scanned a rib eye of 13.86 sq. in, and an IMF ratio of 103.

The Slovek cattle are bred to be thick and muscular – cattle that will gain and produce a carcass that will demand a premium on the rail. These bulls are long-bodied with big tops and natural fleshing ability.

What a beautiful spring day it was! This big crowd of cattlemen had ample opportunity to walk through the pens of bulls, and make their selections. Slovek Ranch is owned by Bill and Pennie Slovek and their son, Bo. This was their 2nd annual production sale, but they have been in the cattle business for many years, perfecting many aspects of their operation.

The Sloveks offered a group of purebred Angus bulls as well as composite Angus hybrids with percentages of Simmental and Gelbvieh blood. Bill Slovek has fed many cattle, and he believes that this composite type of cattle is the most cost effective in the feedlot. The Sloveks practice rotational grazing, and are good sources for information if you are trying to get more production from your pastures.

This year brought several new buyers to compete with the dedicated base of customers that the Sloveks have built up over the years. A select group of two-year-old heifer pairs with AI’d calves by Connealy Answer were offered by the Sloveks, and they were extremely well received by this big crowd.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 25, a purebred Angus bull, sired by GAR Predestined AAA and out of a daughter of Twin Valley Precision E161. He had EPDs of +7 CED, +2.5 BW, +57 WW, +107 YW,+22 MILK, +0.59 MARB and +0.46 RE. With a 91 pound birth weight, he weaned at 687 pounds to ratio 105 and had a yearling weight of 1,228 pounds to ratio 111. Another impressive stat was his 15.0 sq. in. rib eye. He sold to Mike Assman at Mission, SD for $7,000.

Repeat buyer Kelly Blair from Milesville, SD selected Lot 39 at $3,400. This bull was sired by SLOV Bad River 5007S and was out of an 11 year old cow that had ratioed 115 on this calf. He was 84 percent Angus and 16 percent Gelbvieh with a 15.21 sq. in. rib eye. Born at 89 pounds, he weaned at 754 pounds and posted a 39 cm. scrotal measurement.

The Lot 51 bull sold for $3,400 to Allen Hodgman from Union Center, SD. This was a long bodied, deep-made bull with a lot of mass to him. He was 56 percent Angus, 19 percent Gelbvieh, and two percent Simmental. His birth weight was 95 pounds and he weaned at 735 pounds. His 14.2 sq. in. rib eye and a 40.1 cm. scrotal measurement made this bull a desirable selection.

The successful bidder on Lot 55 was Gary Clinton from Buffalo, SD. At $2,900, this was a son of UI Revelation P166 and out of a daughter of Morgans Direction. He was a 64 percent Angus and 36 percent Simmental bull. This homozygous black bull had an 82 pound birth weight and weaned at 688 pounds to ratio 111. He scanned a rib eye of 13.86 sq. in, and an IMF ratio of 103.


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