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Varilek Angus 59th Annual Bull Sale

Mick and Lynn Varilek and their family have built a proven reputation for producing quality Angus bulls, as this was the 59th sale held by Varilek Angus. They sell about half of their bulls as two year olds, and they are very readily received by their strong customer base of repeat buyers. Their two-year-old bulls were big and stout and easy to look at.

The yearling bulls are the earlier born calves, mostly all AI-sired by some of the Angus breed’s most popular sires. These yearling bulls were big and growthy, mostly being January calves.

This was a very aggressive sale with many buyers eager to compete for one or more of these good Angus bulls. Mick and Lynn Varilek have a beautiful sale barn facility, and the customers felt right at home with the warm hospitality. The family hosted a pre-sale preview and supper the night before the sale, allowing buyers the time to look over the cattle and discuss the genetics they were seeking.



Honors for “top selling bull of the day” were shared by two bulls, each selling for $8,500. Jallo Angus Ranch from Fordville, ND, teamed up with Adams Angus Ranch from Steele, ND, to purchase Lot 17, a January yearling bull sired by Mytty In Focus. This deep-sided bull was out of a daughter of Connealy Freight 873, and weaned at 900 lbs. His stats included a yearling weight of 1,369 lbs. and a ribeye area of 14.6 sq. in. His EPDs included CED +6, BW +1.8, WW +67, YW +105 and MM +25.

The other bull at $8,500 was Lot 11, a son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH, selling to Duane Lunne from Dallas, SD. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 835 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,475 lbs. EPDs included CED +10, BW +0.6, WW +67, YW +121 and MM +28.



Whitestone-Krebs chose the Lot 3 yearling bull at $7,500. He was a son of TC Aberdeen 759, and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront 2037 who had ratioed 105 on four calves. His EPDs were CED +7, BW +1.3, WW +60, YW +97 and MM +25. He had an 88-lb. birth weight, a weaning weight of 854 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,302 lbs. Completing the package were an IMF ratio of 118 and a REA of 14.4 sq. in.

Gary Utman from Modale, IA chose Lot 94, a two-year-old bull at $7,250. Born at 80 lbs., he weaned at 801 lbs. and had a January weight of 1,975 lbs.

Haase and Sons from Valentine, NE, bought two bulls at $7,250 each in Lots 13 and 74. The Lot 74 bull was a son of Connealy Freight 873 with a weaning weight of 839 lbs. and a present-day weight of 1,966 lbs. The Lot 13 yearling was by HARB Pendleton 765 JH, and had a weaning weight of 801 lbs. He had a REA of 14.9 sq. in. and an IMF ratio of 126.

Lot 4 was quickly swept up by Butch Webb, Isabel, SD, at $6,750. This son of TC Aberdeen 759 weaned at 840 lbs. to post a weaning weight ratio of 119.

The top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 143, selling for $3,200 to the Doerr Farms from Bloomfield, NE. She was a daughter of Varilek Foresight 4150 and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront who had ratioed 110 on three calves.

It was a great day for the Varilek family, just one day in front of a huge South Dakota snowstorm. It was also one of the best roast beef sandwiches of the sale season!

Varileks welcome visitors throughout the year. Visit their Web site, http://www.VarilekAngus.com, throughout the year to stay updated on their program.

Mick and Lynn Varilek and their family have built a proven reputation for producing quality Angus bulls, as this was the 59th sale held by Varilek Angus. They sell about half of their bulls as two year olds, and they are very readily received by their strong customer base of repeat buyers. Their two-year-old bulls were big and stout and easy to look at.

The yearling bulls are the earlier born calves, mostly all AI-sired by some of the Angus breed’s most popular sires. These yearling bulls were big and growthy, mostly being January calves.

This was a very aggressive sale with many buyers eager to compete for one or more of these good Angus bulls. Mick and Lynn Varilek have a beautiful sale barn facility, and the customers felt right at home with the warm hospitality. The family hosted a pre-sale preview and supper the night before the sale, allowing buyers the time to look over the cattle and discuss the genetics they were seeking.

Honors for “top selling bull of the day” were shared by two bulls, each selling for $8,500. Jallo Angus Ranch from Fordville, ND, teamed up with Adams Angus Ranch from Steele, ND, to purchase Lot 17, a January yearling bull sired by Mytty In Focus. This deep-sided bull was out of a daughter of Connealy Freight 873, and weaned at 900 lbs. His stats included a yearling weight of 1,369 lbs. and a ribeye area of 14.6 sq. in. His EPDs included CED +6, BW +1.8, WW +67, YW +105 and MM +25.

The other bull at $8,500 was Lot 11, a son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH, selling to Duane Lunne from Dallas, SD. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 835 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,475 lbs. EPDs included CED +10, BW +0.6, WW +67, YW +121 and MM +28.

Whitestone-Krebs chose the Lot 3 yearling bull at $7,500. He was a son of TC Aberdeen 759, and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront 2037 who had ratioed 105 on four calves. His EPDs were CED +7, BW +1.3, WW +60, YW +97 and MM +25. He had an 88-lb. birth weight, a weaning weight of 854 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,302 lbs. Completing the package were an IMF ratio of 118 and a REA of 14.4 sq. in.

Gary Utman from Modale, IA chose Lot 94, a two-year-old bull at $7,250. Born at 80 lbs., he weaned at 801 lbs. and had a January weight of 1,975 lbs.

Haase and Sons from Valentine, NE, bought two bulls at $7,250 each in Lots 13 and 74. The Lot 74 bull was a son of Connealy Freight 873 with a weaning weight of 839 lbs. and a present-day weight of 1,966 lbs. The Lot 13 yearling was by HARB Pendleton 765 JH, and had a weaning weight of 801 lbs. He had a REA of 14.9 sq. in. and an IMF ratio of 126.

Lot 4 was quickly swept up by Butch Webb, Isabel, SD, at $6,750. This son of TC Aberdeen 759 weaned at 840 lbs. to post a weaning weight ratio of 119.

The top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 143, selling for $3,200 to the Doerr Farms from Bloomfield, NE. She was a daughter of Varilek Foresight 4150 and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront who had ratioed 110 on three calves.

It was a great day for the Varilek family, just one day in front of a huge South Dakota snowstorm. It was also one of the best roast beef sandwiches of the sale season!

Varileks welcome visitors throughout the year. Visit their Web site, http://www.VarilekAngus.com, throughout the year to stay updated on their program.

Mick and Lynn Varilek and their family have built a proven reputation for producing quality Angus bulls, as this was the 59th sale held by Varilek Angus. They sell about half of their bulls as two year olds, and they are very readily received by their strong customer base of repeat buyers. Their two-year-old bulls were big and stout and easy to look at.

The yearling bulls are the earlier born calves, mostly all AI-sired by some of the Angus breed’s most popular sires. These yearling bulls were big and growthy, mostly being January calves.

This was a very aggressive sale with many buyers eager to compete for one or more of these good Angus bulls. Mick and Lynn Varilek have a beautiful sale barn facility, and the customers felt right at home with the warm hospitality. The family hosted a pre-sale preview and supper the night before the sale, allowing buyers the time to look over the cattle and discuss the genetics they were seeking.

Honors for “top selling bull of the day” were shared by two bulls, each selling for $8,500. Jallo Angus Ranch from Fordville, ND, teamed up with Adams Angus Ranch from Steele, ND, to purchase Lot 17, a January yearling bull sired by Mytty In Focus. This deep-sided bull was out of a daughter of Connealy Freight 873, and weaned at 900 lbs. His stats included a yearling weight of 1,369 lbs. and a ribeye area of 14.6 sq. in. His EPDs included CED +6, BW +1.8, WW +67, YW +105 and MM +25.

The other bull at $8,500 was Lot 11, a son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH, selling to Duane Lunne from Dallas, SD. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 835 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,475 lbs. EPDs included CED +10, BW +0.6, WW +67, YW +121 and MM +28.

Whitestone-Krebs chose the Lot 3 yearling bull at $7,500. He was a son of TC Aberdeen 759, and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront 2037 who had ratioed 105 on four calves. His EPDs were CED +7, BW +1.3, WW +60, YW +97 and MM +25. He had an 88-lb. birth weight, a weaning weight of 854 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,302 lbs. Completing the package were an IMF ratio of 118 and a REA of 14.4 sq. in.

Gary Utman from Modale, IA chose Lot 94, a two-year-old bull at $7,250. Born at 80 lbs., he weaned at 801 lbs. and had a January weight of 1,975 lbs.

Haase and Sons from Valentine, NE, bought two bulls at $7,250 each in Lots 13 and 74. The Lot 74 bull was a son of Connealy Freight 873 with a weaning weight of 839 lbs. and a present-day weight of 1,966 lbs. The Lot 13 yearling was by HARB Pendleton 765 JH, and had a weaning weight of 801 lbs. He had a REA of 14.9 sq. in. and an IMF ratio of 126.

Lot 4 was quickly swept up by Butch Webb, Isabel, SD, at $6,750. This son of TC Aberdeen 759 weaned at 840 lbs. to post a weaning weight ratio of 119.

The top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 143, selling for $3,200 to the Doerr Farms from Bloomfield, NE. She was a daughter of Varilek Foresight 4150 and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront who had ratioed 110 on three calves.

It was a great day for the Varilek family, just one day in front of a huge South Dakota snowstorm. It was also one of the best roast beef sandwiches of the sale season!

Varileks welcome visitors throughout the year. Visit their Web site, http://www.VarilekAngus.com, throughout the year to stay updated on their program.

Mick and Lynn Varilek and their family have built a proven reputation for producing quality Angus bulls, as this was the 59th sale held by Varilek Angus. They sell about half of their bulls as two year olds, and they are very readily received by their strong customer base of repeat buyers. Their two-year-old bulls were big and stout and easy to look at.

The yearling bulls are the earlier born calves, mostly all AI-sired by some of the Angus breed’s most popular sires. These yearling bulls were big and growthy, mostly being January calves.

This was a very aggressive sale with many buyers eager to compete for one or more of these good Angus bulls. Mick and Lynn Varilek have a beautiful sale barn facility, and the customers felt right at home with the warm hospitality. The family hosted a pre-sale preview and supper the night before the sale, allowing buyers the time to look over the cattle and discuss the genetics they were seeking.

Honors for “top selling bull of the day” were shared by two bulls, each selling for $8,500. Jallo Angus Ranch from Fordville, ND, teamed up with Adams Angus Ranch from Steele, ND, to purchase Lot 17, a January yearling bull sired by Mytty In Focus. This deep-sided bull was out of a daughter of Connealy Freight 873, and weaned at 900 lbs. His stats included a yearling weight of 1,369 lbs. and a ribeye area of 14.6 sq. in. His EPDs included CED +6, BW +1.8, WW +67, YW +105 and MM +25.

The other bull at $8,500 was Lot 11, a son of HARB Pendleton 765 JH, selling to Duane Lunne from Dallas, SD. With a 78-lb. birth weight, he weaned at 835 lbs. and attained a yearling weight of 1,475 lbs. EPDs included CED +10, BW +0.6, WW +67, YW +121 and MM +28.

Whitestone-Krebs chose the Lot 3 yearling bull at $7,500. He was a son of TC Aberdeen 759, and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront 2037 who had ratioed 105 on four calves. His EPDs were CED +7, BW +1.3, WW +60, YW +97 and MM +25. He had an 88-lb. birth weight, a weaning weight of 854 lbs., and a yearling weight of 1,302 lbs. Completing the package were an IMF ratio of 118 and a REA of 14.4 sq. in.

Gary Utman from Modale, IA chose Lot 94, a two-year-old bull at $7,250. Born at 80 lbs., he weaned at 801 lbs. and had a January weight of 1,975 lbs.

Haase and Sons from Valentine, NE, bought two bulls at $7,250 each in Lots 13 and 74. The Lot 74 bull was a son of Connealy Freight 873 with a weaning weight of 839 lbs. and a present-day weight of 1,966 lbs. The Lot 13 yearling was by HARB Pendleton 765 JH, and had a weaning weight of 801 lbs. He had a REA of 14.9 sq. in. and an IMF ratio of 126.

Lot 4 was quickly swept up by Butch Webb, Isabel, SD, at $6,750. This son of TC Aberdeen 759 weaned at 840 lbs. to post a weaning weight ratio of 119.

The top selling open yearling heifer was Lot 143, selling for $3,200 to the Doerr Farms from Bloomfield, NE. She was a daughter of Varilek Foresight 4150 and out of a daughter of Varilek Forefront who had ratioed 110 on three calves.

It was a great day for the Varilek family, just one day in front of a huge South Dakota snowstorm. It was also one of the best roast beef sandwiches of the sale season!

Varileks welcome visitors throughout the year. Visit their Web site, http://www.VarilekAngus.com, throughout the year to stay updated on their program.


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