Nebraska Cattleman’s Classic Limousin Sale

February 22, 2018
Kearney, Neb.
Auctioneer: Bruce Brooks
Livestock representatives: Ty Gillum, Plainville Livestock; Greg Carey, Russell Livestock LLC; Dean and Bev Summerbell; Craig Talkington, Special Assignment
Reported by: Nathan Smith, NALF regional manager

Averages
12 – Bulls – $4,183
2 – Open heifers – $2,850
Sale Gross – $55,900

$8,000 – Bull – Lot 11, Hunt Ethan 153E, 3/8/2017, Lim-Flex, black, polled, sired by Wulfs Stimulus 2009z, offered by Hunt Limousin, Oxford, Neb., purchased by Jeremy Vanboening, Blue Hills, Neb.

$7,250 – Bull – Lot 2, Wulfs Desmond G261D, 8/10/2016, purebred, black, polled, sired by Wulfs Yankee K687Y, offered by Wulfs Cattle, Morris, Minn., purchased by Hunt Limousin, Oxford, Neb.

$6,250 – Bull – Lot 8, Hunt Encompass 74E, 2/21/2017, Lim-Flex, black, polled, sired by Wulfs Stimulus 2009z, offered by Hunt Limousin, Oxford, Neb., purchased by Johnson Enterprises, Elsie, Neb.

$3,000 – Heifer – Lot 13, Braw MS Belt 7223E, 3/9/2017, Lim-Flex, black, polled, sired by LFLC Big Country 759B, offered by Bullis Creek Ranch, Wood Lake, Neb., purchased by Wulf Cattle, Morris, Minn.

Photo Captions:

(VanBoening)- Jeremy VanBoening of Blue Hill, Neb., purchased the high selling bull; HUNT’s Ethan 153E.

(Schultz)- Marjean and Max Schultz, Oxford, Neb., bought the reserve champion bull; OLIM Equalizer 793E.

(Ochsner)- Kevin Ochsner calls the Nebraska Limousin Association benefit auction the night before the Classic helping to raise funds for Junior programs.

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