Isa Beefmasters, LLC’s 56th Beefmaster Bull Sale Report

Isa Beefmasters, LLC’s 56th Beefmaster bull sale was held October 7th in San Angelo, Texas. It was an excellent sale; with 46 buyers from 8 states and Mexico taking home 140 Beefmaster bulls at an average of $4821. Isa’s President, Lorenzo Lasater, stated the sale was extremely strong, with unprecedented demand for good Beefmaster genetics. Auctioneer Joe Goggins of Billings, MT sold the 140 bulls in the blistering time of 1 hour, 50 minutes.

The high-selling bull, L Bar 6209, sold to Dwight Bertrand and Danny Fuller of Louisiana for $12,000. This awesome young herd sire prospect is the son of Lasater 1759 and was one of the overall top performers in the offering.

Volume buyers included: Lykes Brothers, FL – 17, A. Duda and Sons, FL – 11, Alamo Ranch, NM – 10, Jeff Cole, LA – 9. Other Volume Buyers included Goff Ranch – AZ, Rio Ranch – FL and Estill Ranches– CA.

Isa Beefmasters also sold 21 top registered pairs, bred females and open heifers averaging $2567. Thanks to female buyers James Sanderson – TX, Michael Deville – LA, Judy Niell – TX, Keith Price – LA and John Hale – TX.

Current Isa president, Lorenzo Lasater, represents the 4th generation of the family dedicated to breeding performance Beefmaster genetics. The breed was founded by Lorenzo’s grandfather, Tom Lasater, in 1937. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the breed.

According to Lorenzo, “This set of bulls represents 80 years of consistent, balanced selection for economically viable cattle. These bulls will produce excellent feeder calves and replacement heifers in any environment, but especially the tougher ones. With more pounds at weaning, lower input costs, more longevity and the best mother-cow on the planet, Beefmasters can’t be beat.”

The Lasater family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to everyone in attendance, especially the many repeat customers, including several second generation buyers. We are already working hard to bring you our 57th set of Beefmaster bulls on October 6th, 2018.

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