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John Goggins

Publish Date:

Wednesday, 09 October, 2019

One of our biggest fights in livestock agriculture since the 1970’s has been all of the “Health Experts” recommending consumers in the United States and the rest of the world eat less red meat.  The last few years have even seen recommendations of NO red meat consumtion.

Last week a new report came out that may prove to be some of

sale reports

10/08/2019

Coleman Angus Ranch & Trexler Angus Annual Female Sale
Sale Manager: American Angus Hall of Fame Sale Average: 55 Lots Average $8,868 Sale Highlight

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10/04/2019

Trinity Farms “Generations of Excellence” Female Sale
96 Sim-Angus and Angus Females Averaged $2,086 Highlights Lot 26, $3,300, TFS Peaches 1656Y, a Jan &l

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09/30/2019

Hoffman 1/5 Ranch Annual Female Sale
39 Herefords Bred Heifers Averaged $4,150 18 Herefords Fall Breds Averaged $5,261 61 Hereford Heifer

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09/26/2019

Mohican West & Guests Annual Polled Hereford Female Sale
Sale Managers: Midwest Cattle Services & Dale Stith Sale Averages: 2.75 Bulls Average $4,836

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09/22/2019

XLAR Angus Ranch Third Annual Female Sale
50 Lots $502,700 to average $10,054 Top Selling Lots Lot 2, 44 Ruby 4382, sired by VAR Discovery, wit

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