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John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 02 April, 2020

God bless the American rancher.

Bull sales around Reporter Country continue to be nothing short of remarkable.  The Chinese Virus has certainly been something nobody in this country, or the world for that matter, has ever seen.  We are all in uncharted territory.

Major cities around the United States were the first to quarantine.  Now many states around the nation have issued

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Midland Bull Test Annual "The Final Sort" Bull Sale
Day 2 (Angus Sale) Average:   331 Yearling Bulls Average $3,661   Sale High

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Kukuchka’s Bar 69 Angus 32nd Annual Production Sale
61 Bulls Average $3,963 49 Commercial Open Heifers Averag

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Arntzen Angus Ranch 44th Annual Production Sale
209 Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $4,874 22 Registered Open Heifera Averaged $1,909 Top Selli

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Day 1 (April 2) Sale Averages:   25 Salers Bulls Average $3,460 8 Simmental Bulls Averag

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Bowles J5 Reds Annual Production Sale
44 Yearling Red Angus Bulls - $3863 24 Registered Red Angus Heifers - $1212 Lot 25 - $8500 – J5

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