Sale sponsored by: Tennessee Gelbvieh Association
Sale managed by: Tennessee Gelbvieh Association
Reported by: Dale Walker
10 Bulls $2,995
1 Bred Heifer $1,900
13 Open Heifers $1,727
The annual Tennessee Beef Agribition Gelbvieh show and sale was held on March 7-8, 2014 at Lebanon, Tennessee.
The champion Gelbvieh bull was Lot 12, Butler’s Royal Code 207A, consigned by Butler Creek Farms. Ryan Baker of Bristol, Ind., was the winning bidder at $4,000. The reserve Gelbvieh bull was Lot 9, Mr. P Daddy, exhibited by Colby James. He was purchased by Landon Gulley of Hartsville, Tenn., for $4,250.
The second highest selling bull was Lot 11, Butler’s LoJack 53A, consigned by Butler Creek Farms. Dale Dies of Lebanon, Tenn., purchased this bull for $4,200. The fourth highest selling bull was Lot 1, GHGF 8Z, consigned by Green Hills Gelbvieh and purchased by Larry Crowell of Waverly, Tenn., for $3,400.
The champion Gelbvieh female was Lot 15, Classy Lady 51A, and was consigned by Gooseponds Farm. Calvin Jones of Jones Farm in Smithville, Tenn., won the bid at $1,900. The reserve Gelbvieh female was Lot 17, X Factors Vision 2A, consigned by Lucas Waters. She was purchased by Issac Lee of Greenville, Tenn., for $2,100.
The second highest selling female was Lot 16, Ms. Blackjack 1313A, consigned by Clinch Mountain Gelbvieh Farm. Lot 16 was purchased by M and W Farms of Maryville, Tenn., for $2.000. Also selling for $2,000 was Lot 22, Cash Z910, consigned by Valley View Farm. Lot 22 also sold to Jones Farm of Smithville, Tenn.
An embryo package consigned by C-Cross Cattle Company of Asheboro, N.C., consisting of the mating EHE 607 x JKGF Reflex X4 was also featured and purchased by Little Windy Hill Farms of Max Meadows, Va., for $5,250.