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Red River Bull Sale Report

Red River Bull Sale – Nov. 2, Bonham, Texas

65 Lots – $229,600 – Avg. $3,532

Top Bulls:
Lot 1–Consignor: Bill and Angie Bruce, Pawhuska, Okla.; Sold to Nolan Ryan, Round Rock, Texas: $7,500
Lot 3–Consignor: Buttram Beefmasters, Anderson, Mo.; Sold to Forrest Brockman, Taiban, N.M.: $6,500
Lot 9–Consignor: Larry Buster, Oologah, Okla.; Sold to: Forrest Brockman, Taiban, N.M.: $6,300

Volume Buyers:
Chad Adams, Fort Towson, Okla.
Alan Lanik, Halletsville, Texas
Kent Love, Cyril, Okla.

Auctioneer:
Brandon Motley, Swink, Okla.

Sale managed & reported by:
Red River Beefmaster Performance Group

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Carr & Others Fall Sale Report

Carr & Others Fall Sale – Oct. 19, Floresville, Texas

7 Bulls – $28,000 – Avg. $4,000
9 3n1s – $54,750 – Avg. $6,083
1 Pair – $3,750
5 Fall Calving Heifers – $29,900 – Avg. $5,980
15 Spring Calving Heifers – $58,250 – Avg. $3,883
15 Bred Heifers/Cow (1) – $43,900 – Avg. $2,927
8 Yearling Open Heifers – $22,200 – Avg. $2,775
3 Open Heifers – $7,500 – Avg. $2,500

63 Lots – $248,250 – Avg. $3,941

Top Bulls:
Lot 1–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Eduardo Alexander, Laredo, Texas: $6,500
Lot 6–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Eduardo Alexander, Laredo, Texas: $5,000

Top 3n1s:
Lot 8–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Clint Nickles, LaVernia, Texas: $9,500
Lot 10–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Cullin Smith, Orange, Texas: $6,500
Lot 56–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $8,000
Lot 58–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,750
Lot 59–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,750
Lot 41–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,500
Lot 11– Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to JC Mazoch, Beaumont, Texas: $5,000
Lot 57–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Jaime Villarreal, Rio Grande City, Texas: $5,000

Top Fall Calving Heifers:
Lot 17–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Colson Cannon, Brooksville, Fla.: $7,000
Lot 15–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Randy Mason, Brownstown, Ill.: $6,000

Top Spring Calving Heifers:
Lot 23–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Carlo Montalvo, Rio Grande City, Texas: $6,500
Lot 18–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas: $6,000
Lot 27–Consignor; Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Wesley & Tyler Gwosdz, Orange Grove, Texas: $5,000

Top Bred Heifer:
Lot 46–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas: $4,750

Top Bred Cow:
Lot 52–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Kaleb Vice, Youngsville, La.: $3,500

Top Pair:
Lot 63–Consignor: Billy & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Lauren Lyssy, Stockdale, Texas: $3,750

Volume Buyers:
Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas
John Mazoch, Beaumont, Texas

Auctioneer, co-managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-managed by:
Mike Green, Richards, Ga.
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

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South Texas BBA Buccaneer Classic Sale Report

South Texas BBA Buccaneer Classic – Oct. 12, Robstown, Texas

13 Open Heifer Futurity Lots – $50,600 – Avg. $3,892
6 Bred Heifer Futurity Lots – $16,150 – Avg. $2,692
19 Miss South Texas Lots – $66,750 – Avg. $3,513

5 Bulls – $19,250 – Avg. $3,150
10 3n1s/Pairs – $24,800 – Avg. $2,655
13 Bred Heifers – $26,100 – Avg. $2,008
5 Open Heifers – $10,400 – Avg. $2,080

55 Lots – $152,850 – Avg. $2,779

Top Bulls:
Lot 41–Consignor: Flying B Ranches, La Pryor, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $8,750

Top Pair:
Lot 42–Consignor: Dr. Hector Villasenor, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to KW & Amy Pritchett, Montgomery, Texas: $3,500

Top Breds:
Lot 38B–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Cross Creek Ranch, Brenham, Texas: $3,600
Lot 18–Consignor: Dancing G’s, Barb & John Gillispie, The Woodlands, Texas; Sold to Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas: $3,250
Lot 19–Consignor: Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas; Sold to Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas: $3,000

Top Open Heifer:
Lot 4–Consignor: Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas; Sold to Golden Meadows Ranch, Helotes, Texas: $12,500
Lot 1–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $6,000
Lot 14–Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $6,000
Lot 3–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to CG Farms, Brenham, Texas: $4,000
Lot 11–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $3,500

Volume Buyers:
BJ, Yvonne & Robert Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas
Golden Meadows Ranch, Helotes, Texas

Auctioneer, co-managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-managed by:
Mike Green, Franklin, Ga.

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Live Oak BBA Fall “Perfect Pair” Sale Report

Live Oak BBA Fall “Perfect Pair” Sale – Sept. 28, Three Rivers, Texas

6 Bulls – $9,200 – Avg. $1,533
26 3n1s/Pairs – $74,900 – Avg. $2,881
22 Bred Heifers – $39,900 – Avg. $1,773
17 Open Heifers – $25,700 – Avg. $1,512

71 Lots – $148,800 – Avg. $2,096

Top Bulls:
Lot 56–Consignor: Golden Meadows Ranch, Cotulla, Texas; Sold to Glen Jostes, Tynan, Texas: $2,000
Lot 33–Consignor: Jose O. Garza, Encino, Texas; Sold to Edward Wicker, Beeville, Texas: $1,500
Lot 72–Consignor: Armando Salazar, Kingsville, Texas; Sold to Edward Wicker, Beeville, Texas: $1,500

Top 3n1s:
Lot 2–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $11,250
Lot 4–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $4,500
Lot 18–Consignor: Joe Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,900
Lot 3–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $3,700
Lot 27–Consignor: Rancho Tres Hijos, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $3,200
Lot 10–Consignor: Hugh T. Chapman, Rockport, Texas; Sold to El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas: $2,000

Top Pairs:
Lot 24–Consignor: Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas: $3,500
Lot 26–Consignor: Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,400
Lot 38–Exposed Pair; Consignor: Elton & Saundra Lieke, New Braunfels, Texas; Sold to David & Cathy Hallmark, Cost, Texas: $3,200
Lot 1–Consignor: Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,000
Lot 9–Consignor: Hector Villasenor, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $2,500
Lot 12–Consignor: Hugh T. Chapman, Rockport, Texas; Sold to El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas: $2,000

Top 2018 Bred Heifers:
Lot 77–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Bill & Sheila Wilson, Edinburg, Texas: $2,700
Lot 62–Consignor: Bill Botard, Alice, Texas; Sold to Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas: $2,400
Lot 21–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $1,800

Top 2017 Bred Heifers:
Lot 65–Consignor: Jim Doty, Portland, Texas; Sold to Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas: $2,600
Lot 32–Consignor: Gerald & Christie Galbraith, Abilene, Texas; Sold to Double C Ventures Inc., Weesatche, Texas: $2,500
Lot 75–Consignor: Kohutek Brothers Cattle Co., Alvin, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $2,000

Top Open Heifers:
Lot 78–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas: $3,000
Lot 55–Consignor: Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Jose R. Garcia, Rio Grande City, Texas: $2,900
Lot 67–Consignor: David Campbell, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to Bill & Sheila Wilson, Edinburg, Texas: $1,500

Volume Buyers:
Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas
Dave Moore, George West, Texas
El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas

Auctioneer, managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

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LIVE OAK BBA Bull Development Program: 2020-2021

 

2020-2021 Bull Development Program to be conducted at: LANDAIR, INC., 2050 Brown Ranch Lane, Beeville, Texas  78102

It is highly recommended that anyone planning to consign bulls to the 2021 LOBBA Bull Sale participate in this program.

Mission:   Provide a bull development program for LOBBA members.

Will include the following:

  • grow and condition yearling Beemaster bulls on a silage based ration
  • record average daily rate of gain (100-120 days test)
  • obtain weight per day of age
  • collect scan data and scrotal measurement
  • collect yearling weights
  • maintain growing period through summer months
  • conditioning and preparation for LOBBA Bull Sale 2021
  • acquire rate of gain during conditioning period

Bull eligibility:  Ages September 15, 2018 through April 30, 2019

(Fall group: 9-15-18 through 12-31-2018;  Spring group: 1-1-19 through 4-30-19)

Requirements:

When arriving at LANDAIR (Brown Ranch):

  • Copy of BBU registration certificate
  • Legible permanent ID (brand or tattoo) . All ear tags will be removed at arrival and replaced with LOBBA tag and an EID tag.
  • Suggested health vaccination and protocol (see LANDAIR contract)
  1. Modified Live (ML) viral vaccine such as Pyramid 5
  2. 7 or 8 way blackleg
  3. Deworm
  4. Pasturella vaccine
  5. Weaned minimum of 45 days
  • All bulls will be given a booster vaccine on arrival (Pyramid 5) at consignors expense – approximately $3.00

Arrival Time/Dates

  • December 5, 2019 through December 12, 2019
  • December 14, 2019 through December 20, 2019
  • January 2, 2020 through January 10, 2020

Contact at Landair, Inc.:  Must contact Austin Brown III prior to delivery of your bulls for entry to the property.  His number is 361-597-0373.  Entry gates are locked for security.  Visitors are welcome with proper notification.

 

Additional Information

  • Gain test will start last week of January 2020 for a 120 day feeding period
  • First evaluation of bulls at conclusion of gain test – last week of May, 2020
  • Scan data, yearling weights and scrotal measurements will be done at appropriate times for Fall and Spring groups.
  • Fall bulls that have not been scanned prior to arrival at Landair, Inc. will be scanned on approximately January 27, 2020 to fit within the 500 day requirement.  Spring bulls will be scanned middle of April.
  • Bulls will be maintained at a growing rate of gain through the summer.
  • A second evaluation of the bulls will occur prior to the finishing, conditioning segment of the program.
  • Conditioning phase will be September through January.  Gain will be recorded.
  • Bulls will be tagged, clipped and tested at the end of December or the first week of January.
  • Hauling, fitting, testing will be done at consignors’ expense at a group rate.

 

For information & nomination contact:

Melvin Scherer, Jr.

361-877-2577

melvinscherer@yahoo.com

 

Anthony Mihalski

210-415-0888

aj1mihalski@aol.com

 

Bull delivery at LANDAIR (Brown Ranch):

Austin Brown III

361-597-0373

361-358-6161

aebrown70@gmail.com

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Beefmaster Network Performance Sale Report

Beefmaster Network Performance Sale IV
October 5, 2019
Raymond, MS

4 Bulls $46,000 avg $11,500
4 3N1 $15,000 avg $3,750
2 Pair $8,750 avg $4,375
26 Bred $124,150 avg $4,775
11 Open $48,750 avg $4,432
2 Picks $20,500 avg $10,250
3 Semen $5,000 avg $1,667
2 Embryo Lots $6,800 avg $3,400
54 Total lots $274,950 avg $5,092

Top Bulls
Lot 1- Sire, EMS Firehouse, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to A K Beefmasters, Magnolia, TX for $23,000.
Lot 21- Sire, CHRK First Class, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to C M Ranches, Kershaw, SC for $8,500.
Lot 33- Sire, CF Dream Catcher, consigned by Hiatt Diamond H and Jackson Creek, Mt. Ulla, NC: Sold to Felda Jones, Morton, MS for $7,500.
Lot 46- Sire, CJ’s Dream On, consigned by Brock Clay Farm, Meridian, MS: Sold to Sold to A K Beefmasters, Magnolia, TX for $7,000.

Top Females
Lot 4- Bred to Lights Out, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to Next gen Cattle Co., Paxico, KS for $8,000.
Lot 3- Bred to CJ’s Revolution, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX for $7,500.
Lot 30a- Bred to CJ’s Revolution, consigned by Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, NC; Sold to Sold to D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX for $7,500.
Lot 8- Bred to Lights Out, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to Sold to D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX for $7,000.
Lot 10- Bred to Lights Out, consigned by Channarock Farm, Rockfield, KY; Sold to Sold to D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX for $7,000.
Lot 27- Bred to CJ’s Fireball, consigned by Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, NC; Sold to D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX for $7,000.
Lot 38- Bred to CHRK Kong, consigned by Mason Cattle Co., Brownstown, IL; Sold to Swinging b Ranch, Axtell, TX for $7,000.

Volume Buyers- D L Ranch, Montgomery, TX: A K Beefmasters, Magnolia, TX;

Auctioneer- Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, TX
Sale Consultant- Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, TX
Sale Manager- 3G Sales and Service, Franklin, GA

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Beefmaster Breeders Host Convention in San Antonio: ¡Viva Beefmaster!

 

     The 59th Annual Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Convention “¡Viva Beefmaster!” was hosted in San Antonio, Texas at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk from October 23 – 26, 2019. The unofficial kick-off to the convention was the 2019 BBU Trap Shoot hosted at the San Antonio Gun Club by the Live Oak Beefmaster Breeders Association (LOBBA). The official kick-off of the 2019 convention was highlighted with award winning speeches from the Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association members Lane Hendricks, Kayl Tassin and Abi Hooper, followed by featured speaker and host of The Working Ranch Radio Show – Jeff “Tigger” Erhardt.
     During the convention, BBU held their general membership meeting and BBU members elected new Board directors and officers. Chris Kauffman of Searcy, Ark., was elected treasurer and Kendall McKenzie of Angie, La., was elected secretary. The following individuals were elected to the BBU Board of Directors with a three-year term: Jerry Davis of Canton, Texas, Clark Jones of Savannah, Tenn., Larry Meacham of Cat Spring, Texas and Mike Moss of Hulbert, Okla.
     Convention attendees enjoyed seminars and fellowship with other cattlemen and women. The educational seminars were sponsored by the Beefmaster Educational Endowment Foundation (B.E.E.F.). The educational seminars featured “An Afternoon with Neogen/GeneSeek” where Jill Ginn, Nate Smith and Cari White, all three individuals work for Neogen Corporation, demonstrated and presented information about DNA collection and genomics. Dr. Jason Cleere of Texas A&M University educated attendees on cattle evaluation. And then due to inclement weather, Dr. Megan Rolf from Kansas State University could not attend as scheduled, so she provided information for a presentation that was delivered by BBU’s Director of Breed Improvement Lance Bauer, which covered Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs). The convention also featured a panel discussion about successful seedstock marketing, which allowed attendees to ask Charlie Wood, Clark Jones, Lorenzo Lasater and Jeralyn Novak questions on various seedstock marketing topics, such as sale preparation and advertising. On Saturday morning the convention hosted Kevin Good of CattleFax, who presented a cattle industry outlook seminar and answered questions. He was then followed by a BBU Staff question and answer session, where the membership could provide feedback on programs and ask various association related questions.
     The evening activities provided members the opportunity to meet other members and see the downtown San Antonio area, during a reception hosted on the historic San Antonio River Walk river boats and at the Rio Rio Cantina. Thursday night also featured mariachis that serenaded the Beefmaster breeders with authentic music. On Friday night the convention committee raised funds for B.E.E.F., and convention expenses through selling exclusive items during the auction. The night ended with members dancing the night away to the tunes of Texas Country Musician Jason Allen.
     On Saturday, the annual awards luncheon honored the Beefmaster breed membership award winners. New member of the year was awarded to Nextgen Cattle Company of Paxico, Kan., and Marie Welkener of Kenedy, Texas was announced as the member of the year. Blau Ranch owned by Mark and Leesa Blau of Menard, Texas was announced as performance breeder of the year and the environmental award was presented to J R Land and Cattle Company owned by John Rediger of Pecos, Texas. Breeder of the year was awarded to Derek Frenzel and Larry Meacham owners of F & M Cattle Co., of Temple, Texas. Beefmaster Cattlewomen of the year was awarded to Rhonda Collier of Brenham, Texas and Debbie Cheatham of Arlington, Texas.
     The convention concluded with the annual President’s Council Sale hosted at the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo auction facility. Prior to the sale, a presentation was made to highlight the donation of seven Beefmaster heifers to the Texas A&M University’s (TAMU) Department of Animal Science Beefmaster herd. Dr. Cliff Lamb and Dr. Jason Cleere were in attendance to represent TAMU and accept the donated cattle from the participating BBU members.
     On behalf of the BBU staff, officers, board members and the convention committee, thank you to all our generous sponsors, trade show partners and auction participants. Join BBU at their 60th Annual Convention to be held in Fort Worth, Texas on October 29 – 31, 2020 at The Omni Forth Worth Downtown.
     For more information about the Beefmaster Breeders United and its convention, please contact the BBU office at 210-732-3132 or visit www.beefmasters.org. Stay connected to BBU through Facebook, view our videos on YouTube, follow us on Twitter and receive our news updates through joining our mailing list.

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Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Assn. Convention Sale Report

Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Assn. Convention Sale – Aug. 24, Lexington, Tenn.

1 Bull – $5,000
3 3n1’s – $10,000 – Avg. $3,334
6 Pairs – $10,650 – Avg. $1,775
18 Breds – $49,200 – Avg. $2,734
4 Opens – $9,100 – Avg. $2,275
1 Pick – $7,000
3 Embryo Lots – $11,000 – Avg. $3,667

36 Purebred Lots – $101,950 – Avg. $2,832
31 Commercial Lots – $39,950 – Avg. $1,289

Top Bull:
Lot 13–Sire: Cj’s Lovemaker; Consignor: Jason Hearn, Henderson, Tenn.; Sold to Jeff Graham, Dublin, Ga.: $5,000

Top Females:
Lot 22–Bred to CJ’s Diamond Rolex; Consignor: Jones Farm, Savannah, Tenn.; Sold to Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.: $6,000
Lot 23–Bred to CJ’s Diamond Rolex; Consignor: Jones Farm, Savannah, Tenn.; Sold to Santa Ana Ranch, McAllen, Texas: $5,500
Lot 4–3n1; Calf sire: Sire Pro; Consignor: WB Bar Ranch, Newnan, Ga.; Sold to C&M Ranches, Kershaw, S.C.: $5,200
Lot 11–Bred to Mcalester; Consignor: Rick Everett, Dresden, Tenn.; Sold to Mackenzie Porter, Knoxville, N.C.: $4,500
Lot 8–Bred to CJ’s Revolution; Consignor: Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.;  Sold to Windy Hills farm, Poplarville, N.C.: $4,000

Volume Buyers:
C&M Ranches, Kershaw, S.C.
Mackenzie Porter, Knoxville, N.C.
Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.
Clay Mills, Mt. Airy, N.C.

Auctioneer:
Gerald Bowie, West Point, Ga.
Sale Consultant:
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas
Managed & reported by:

3G Sales and Service, Franklin, Ga.

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Isa Beefmasters Bull Sale Report

Isa Beefmasters, LLC’s 58th Beefmaster bull sale was held October 5th in San Angelo, Texas. It was an excellent sale; with 41 buyers from 9 states and Mexico taking home 131 Beefmaster bulls at an average of $4782. Isa’s President, Lorenzo Lasater, stated the sale was strong, with excellent demand for good Beefmaster genetics even in a down market. Auctioneer Joe Goggins of Billings, MT sold the 131 bulls in the blistering time of 1 hour, 40 minutes.

The high-selling bull, San Pedro 7069, sold to Michael Deville of Louisiana for $27,500. This awesome young herd sire prospect is the son of L Bar En Fuego and was one of the overall top performers in the offering.

Volume buyers included: Alamo Ranch, NM – 15, Travis Brown, FL – 14, Lykes Brothers, FL – 12, A. Duda and Sons, FL -12, and the Wedgeworth Clan, TX – 11.

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 82nd anniversary of the breed.

According to Lorenzo, “This set of bulls represents over 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 59th set of Beefmaster bulls on October 3rd, 2020.

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