February 20, 2016
Smith Center, Kansas
Auctioneer: Matt Printz
Spring GV Bulls $4,179
Fall GV Bulls $3,755
Overall GV Average $4,077
Red Angus Spring $4,429
Red Angus Fall Bulls $5,578
Overall Red Angus $4,875
All bulls Average $4,500
Reg. GV Open Heifers $2,120
Reg. RA Open Heifers $3,450
Comm. Open Heifers $1,467
Lot 46, SAS Cash 103C was the second bull to sell in the Gelbvieh section and was the high selling bull at $9,000. This powerful homozygous black, homozygous Polled son of 3G EZ Money was purchased by Rod Tegtmeier, Nebraska.
The lead off bull was the second highest seller at $7,600. OGSG Catapult 13C was a division winner at the National Western Stock Show (NWSS) in Denver. This homozygous polled son of 3G Zip Line will find his new home at Double Diamond Gelbvieh, Kentucky.
Lot 47, OGSG Clockwork 927C, sold for $6,500 to repeat customer Richard Ekholm, Kansas. 927C was homozygous polled and sired by 3G EZ Money.
Lot 80, a reserve division winner at the NWSS also sold for $6,500. He, too, is a homozygous polled son of 3G EZ Money and will be a herd sire for Kleinschmidt Farms in Nebraska.
Lot 81, another 3G EZ Money son sold for $6,000. He will be walking the pastures for SEGA Gelbvieh, Colorado.
The high selling bull of the day was lot 2 at $10,500. This Red Angus sired son of SLGN Yardmaster 125Y went to repeat customers, the Rohlenders from Kansas.
The high selling Gelbvieh open heifer was lot 102. Brandon Hommon, Kansas purchased this 3G Aristotle daughter for $2,750.
The next high selling heifer was lot 99. This 3G EZ Money sired heifer sold to Blackhawk Cattle Company, Illinois.