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John Goggins

Publish Date:

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Hope all of you are working on setting up a Twitter account if you don’t already have one.  Since we started the “Tweet President Trump, Our Cattle Markets Need Help” campaign, I have been pleased with the number of people who have called, emailed, or told me at events that they created a Twitter account – many had to have

sale reports

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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09/21/2019

Weaver Quarter Horses/Treasure State Quarter Horses 24th Annual Production Sale
Sale Averages: 39 Weanling Filly Colts Average $4,367 36 Weanling Stud Colts Average $4,132 7

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09/20/2019

Churchill Cattle Company World Class Female Sale
Sale Averages: 17 Hereford Heifer Calves Average $12,691 8 Fall Calving Hereford Pairs Average $4,250

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09/20/2019

Montana Ranch The Montana Maternal Sale
44 Live Lots Averaged $5,710 Top Selling Bred Heifers Lot 1, Montana Donna 8090, Basin Excitement X C

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09/19/2019

Holden Herefords 2019 Female Pageant Elite Female Sale
Sale Averages: 25 Donor Cows Average $9,170 11 Bred Heifers Average $9,500 30 Bred Cows Avera

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XL Angus Ranch Production Sale

09/22/2019

BALLEW HORSE BARN – 11110 Tom Sawyer, Evansville WY   PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 11111 TOM

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Mohican West Polled Hereford Female Sale

09/26/2019

Office: (406) 633-2600Terry: (406) 670-8529mohicanw@yahoo.com

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Hoffman Ranch Fall Female Sale

09/30/2019

Dennis & Dixie HoffmanP.O. Box 192Thedford, NE 69166406.425.0859 (Denny's Cell)ddhoffman@

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Trinity Farms Female Sale

10/04/2019

Ranch Headquarters2860 Number 81 RdEllensburg, WA 98926 Mike and Paulette: (509) 968-4800Ro

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10/08/2019

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