2018 National Limousin Sale

January 7, 2018
Denver, Colorado
Auctioneer: C.K. “Sonny” Booth
Sale management: North American Limousin Foundation
Sale consultants: American Cattle Services, Grassroots Consulting, MC Marketing Management, and R&R Marketing

1 – Semen lot – $15,000
2 – Picks of the herd – $11,125
2 – Donor cow – $7,500
1 – Bred heifer – $4,500
6 – Open heifer – $5,583
3 – Flushes – $10,750
48 – Embryos – $781
26 – Total lots – $5,327
Sale Gross – $138,525

$13,00 – Pick of 14 – Lot 2, One of 14 Lim-Flex Heifers, Red, offered by Wulf Cattle, Morris Minn., purchased by Linhart Limousin, Leon, Iowa.

$10,000 – Open Donor – Lot 5, RVF Classy 688C, 1/16/2015, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by Dameron C-5 American Classic, purchased by Owen Cattle Company, Hornbeak, Tenn.

$9,250 – Pick of Bred Heifers – Lot 3, One of 70 elite bred heifers, offered by Linhart Limousin, Leon Iowa, purchased by Graven Land & Cattle, Lebanon, Mo.

$7,500 – Open Heifer – Lot 8, ELCX Emery 066E, 1/15/2017, Lim-Flex, black, double polled, sired by RLBH Air Force One, purchased by White Valley Ranch, Adair, Okla.

$5,750 – Open Heifer – Lot 9, LFL Ester 7015E, 2/14/2017, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, double polled, sired by MAGS Aviator, purchased by Colten Barton, Jarrell, Texas.

$5,750 – Open Heifer – Lot 12, LFL Extravagant 7036E ET, 5/2/2017, Purebred, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by MAGS Aviator, purchased by Vance Reynolds, Hondo, Texas.

$1,050 – Embryos – Lot 24, SJSL Data Bank 6124D ET, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, out of the great MAGS American Beauty, purchased by Tubmill Creek, New Florence, Penn.

$1,050 – Embryos – Lot 22, TASF Believe 854B, embryos, Lim-Flex, homozygous polled, double black, out of AUTO Chaparral 406C ET, purchased by Pinegar Limousin, Springfield, Mo.

Photo Captions:

(White)- Chris and Kelsey White, Adair, Okla. consigned a top lot at the National Sale and also made two leading purchases.

(Consultants)- Sale Consultant Ken Holloway (left), chats with Michael Smith, Buff Beef Ranch, Elgin, Ore., who was a volume buyer at the National Sale.

(Linhart)- Jack Glendenning (left), Lebanon, Mo., visits with Charles Linhart, Leon, Iowa after the National Sale. Linhart was both a buyer and consignor to the successful event.

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