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John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 20 February, 2020

Sales around Reporter Country have continued to be extremely strong.  Some of these sales have been a touch lower than they were last spring, but on the other hand, many sales have been stronger than they were a year ago.  Whether they are a little higher or a little lower, one thing is for sure, there is strong demand for

sale reports

02/21/2020

Dakota Xpress SimGenetics Production Sale
117 Bulls Average $4,006 49 Bred Heifers Average $2,476  

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02/21/2020

Lewis Bros. Angus Annual Bull Sale
38 Fall 18-Month-Old Bulls Average $6,105 92 Yearling Bulls Average $5,552 20 Commercial Open Heifers

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02/21/2020

Hoffman 1/5 Ranch Annual Bull Sale
29 Two-Year-Old Hereford Bulls Averaged $4,759 27 Fall Yearling Hereford Bulls Averaged $6,354 103 Sp

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02/19/2020

Gumbo Hill Ranch 16th Annual Production Sale
53 Bulls Average $5,075   Top Sel

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02/19/2020

Ostrand Angus Ranch / Slagle Angus Ranch 19th Annual Production Sale
132 Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $5,095 33 Open Angus Heifers Averaged $1,670 Top Selling Bulls:

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