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John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 21 February, 2019

I have something very important I need ALL of your help with this week.  The Livestock Marketing Association (LMA), along with several partner organizations, have filed a petition asking for extra drive time for livestock haulers.  The comment period is now open and will close on March 8.

It is imperative for all of us whom live and raise livestock in

sale reports

02/22/2019

Skinner Ranch Seedstock 32nd Annual Production Sale
Sale Averages: 66 Yearling Angus Bulls Average $4,932 40 Yearling Salers Optimizer Bulls Average

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02/22/2019

Hyline Angus Ranch 40th Annual Bull Sale
31 Bull Averaged $5,379 Top Selling Bulls: Lot 2, Hyline Horsepower 268, a 10/20/17

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02/21/2019

Krebs Ranch 39th Annual Bull Sale
32 Fall Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $7,445 195 Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $7,010 22 Yearling Sim

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02/20/2019

Ostrand Angus Ranch / Slagle Angus Ranch
131 Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $5,181 40 Open Angus Heifers Averaged $1,641 Top Selling Bulls:

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02/19/2019

Coleman Angus & Trexler Angus Annual Performance Tested Bull Sale
Sale Managed By: American Angus Hall of Fame Sale Averages: 87 18 Month Old Bulls Average $8,489

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02/22/2019

162 Farm to Market Rd W Hall, MT  59837 Phone: (406) 288-3872Kim & Michelle Skinner

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