February 25, 2019
Auctioneer: Dan Skeels
Sale consultants: MC Marketing Management & Bohrson Marketing Services
Reported by: Andy Rest, NALF regional manager
13 – Open fall yearling heifers – $4,277*
48 – Fall yearling bulls – $6,395*
Sale Gross – $362,560*
* Canadian Dollars
$20,000 – Bull – Lot 1, JYF Edmonton 519E, 9/18/2017, Purebred, red, homozygous polled, sired by the Australian import bull Birubi Jupita J15, purchased by a partnership of Glendenning’s J Bar J Limousin, Lebanon, Mo.; Symens Land & Cattle, Claresholm, AB; Diamond C Limousin, Panoka, AB.
$17,500 – Bull – Lot 2, JYF Extra Chunk 518E, 9/18/2017, Purebred, red, homozygous polled, sired by JYF Chunk 35C, purchased by Symens Brothers, Amherst, S.D.
$12,000 – Bull – Lot 3, JYF Big Chunk 510E, 9/12/2017, Purebred, red, polled, sired by JYF Chunk, purchased by Stewart Limousin, Big Valley, AB.
$6,200 – Heifer- Lot 60, JYF Embrace 504E, 9/5/2017, Purebred, red, polled, sired by Birubi Jupita J15, purchased by Payne Livestock, Lloydminster, SK.
$5,000 – Lot 67, JYF Estelle 513E, 9/15/2017, Purebred, black, homozygous polled, sired by SYC Cache 528 C, purchased by Kevin Stopanski, Jenner, AB.
(Symens)- John Symens, left, Amherst, S.D., purchased the second-highest selling bull at the J. Yorga Farms Sale and is pictured with owner, Kelly Yorga.
(Stewart)- Tyler Stewart, right, Big Valley, AB, purchased the third high selling bull at the J. Yorga Farms Sale and is pictured with Jeff Yorga.
(Hofer)- Dan Hofer, left, of the East Malta Colony, Malta, Mont., purchased several bulls at the J. Yorga Farms Sale.