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John Goggins

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Thursday, 23 January, 2020

I sure was glad to return home last Sunday after being gone for a week.  I was given the opportunity to work the world-famous Barrett-Jackson car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.  It was everything and more than I expected.  It was certainly a marathon, most days the sale would last for 10 to 12 hours.  But I have to admit it

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01/26/2020

Carlson Classic Angus 38th Annual Production Sale
28 Yearling Bulls Average $5,163 6 Two-Year Ol

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21 Angus Ranch 26th Annual Top Cut Bull Sale
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Little Goose Angus Ranch Bull Sale
Sale Manager:   Andras Cattle Services, Inc. 54 Yearling Angus Bulls Averaged $5,106 14 Ope

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Ellingson Simmentals 20th Anniversary Expect Excellence Performance Bull and Female Sale
76 Bulls Average $4,914 28 Open Heifers Averag

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