John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 11 October, 2018

One of the major topics of conversation throughout this entire year has been the huge amount of beef in the supply chain.  It seems like every month we have talked about record numbers of cattle on feed and pounds of beef being processed.  I have mentioned several times during this time frame how beef demand is strong and we are

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Ladies of the Rockies Inaugural Angus Female Sale
Sale Manager:  Cotton & Associates Sale Average: 44 Lots Average $7,566 Sale Highlig

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Coleman Angus/Trexler Angus Female Sale
Sale Managed By: Cotton & Associates Sale Average: 54 Lots Average $9,893 Sale Highlights

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Ox Bow Ranch Mature Cowherd Dispersion
Sale Average: 113 Lots Average $2,935 Top Bred Cows: Lot 1 $6,500 to McKay Cattle Company,Sti

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Mohican West & Guest Polled Hereford Sale
Sale Managed By: Dale Stith & Midwest Cattle Services Sale Averages: .75 Bulls $6,333 52

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Hoffman Ranch Female Sale
19 Hereford Donor Dams Averaged $24,711 45 Hereford Bred Cows Averaged $3,278 69 Hereford Bred Heifer

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