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Wilken Angus – Your connection to proven calving ease

Dan Piroutek

Auctioneer Doug Dietterle with Roger Hustead of Harrold, SD.

Wilken Angus, owned by Gary and Lori Wilken and their family, hosted an extra big crowd for their annual production sale. The Wilkens have cut a niche in the seedstock business with this late season sale that provides “well known” Angus genetics in a calving ease package. Every bull in the sale was sired by an AI sire. The offering provides large groups of bulls that are half and three quarter brothers that offer consistency in the economic traits.

The bulls were very impressive to look at on sale day, with enough condition to express themselves, and still being very sound on their feet and legs. Cattlemen were enjoying the day, as they arrived early so they could walk through these pens of calving ease bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 84, selling to repeat buyer Gene Escott from Faith, SD for $5,750. Sired by BC Marathon 7022, and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595, he had a 75 pound birth weight. He weaned at 761 pounds to ratio 115 and had a yearling weight of 1,288 pounds to ratio 116. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.7 sq. in.

Wilken Angus, owned by Gary and Lori Wilken and their family, hosted an extra big crowd for their annual production sale. The Wilkens have cut a niche in the seedstock business with this late season sale that provides “well known” Angus genetics in a calving ease package. Every bull in the sale was sired by an AI sire. The offering provides large groups of bulls that are half and three quarter brothers that offer consistency in the economic traits.

The bulls were very impressive to look at on sale day, with enough condition to express themselves, and still being very sound on their feet and legs. Cattlemen were enjoying the day, as they arrived early so they could walk through these pens of calving ease bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 84, selling to repeat buyer Gene Escott from Faith, SD for $5,750. Sired by BC Marathon 7022, and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595, he had a 75 pound birth weight. He weaned at 761 pounds to ratio 115 and had a yearling weight of 1,288 pounds to ratio 116. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.7 sq. in.

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Wilken Angus, owned by Gary and Lori Wilken and their family, hosted an extra big crowd for their annual production sale. The Wilkens have cut a niche in the seedstock business with this late season sale that provides “well known” Angus genetics in a calving ease package. Every bull in the sale was sired by an AI sire. The offering provides large groups of bulls that are half and three quarter brothers that offer consistency in the economic traits.

The bulls were very impressive to look at on sale day, with enough condition to express themselves, and still being very sound on their feet and legs. Cattlemen were enjoying the day, as they arrived early so they could walk through these pens of calving ease bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 84, selling to repeat buyer Gene Escott from Faith, SD for $5,750. Sired by BC Marathon 7022, and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595, he had a 75 pound birth weight. He weaned at 761 pounds to ratio 115 and had a yearling weight of 1,288 pounds to ratio 116. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.7 sq. in.

Wilken Angus, owned by Gary and Lori Wilken and their family, hosted an extra big crowd for their annual production sale. The Wilkens have cut a niche in the seedstock business with this late season sale that provides “well known” Angus genetics in a calving ease package. Every bull in the sale was sired by an AI sire. The offering provides large groups of bulls that are half and three quarter brothers that offer consistency in the economic traits.

The bulls were very impressive to look at on sale day, with enough condition to express themselves, and still being very sound on their feet and legs. Cattlemen were enjoying the day, as they arrived early so they could walk through these pens of calving ease bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 84, selling to repeat buyer Gene Escott from Faith, SD for $5,750. Sired by BC Marathon 7022, and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595, he had a 75 pound birth weight. He weaned at 761 pounds to ratio 115 and had a yearling weight of 1,288 pounds to ratio 116. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.7 sq. in.

Wilken Angus, owned by Gary and Lori Wilken and their family, hosted an extra big crowd for their annual production sale. The Wilkens have cut a niche in the seedstock business with this late season sale that provides “well known” Angus genetics in a calving ease package. Every bull in the sale was sired by an AI sire. The offering provides large groups of bulls that are half and three quarter brothers that offer consistency in the economic traits.

The bulls were very impressive to look at on sale day, with enough condition to express themselves, and still being very sound on their feet and legs. Cattlemen were enjoying the day, as they arrived early so they could walk through these pens of calving ease bulls.

The top selling bull of the day was Lot 84, selling to repeat buyer Gene Escott from Faith, SD for $5,750. Sired by BC Marathon 7022, and out of a daughter of Sitz Alliance 6595, he had a 75 pound birth weight. He weaned at 761 pounds to ratio 115 and had a yearling weight of 1,288 pounds to ratio 116. He scanned a rib eye area of 14.7 sq. in.