March 24, 2018
Auctioneers: C.K. “Sonny” Booth & Ronn Cunningham
Sale management: MC Marketing Management
Sale consultants: American Cattle Services and Grassroots Consulting
Reported by: Andy Rest, NALF regional manager
1 – Semen package – $24,000
10 – Two-year-old Lim-Flex bulls – $4,575
4 – Fall yearling Lim-Flex bulls – $5,000
48 – Yearling Lim-Flex bulls – $3,509
Sale Gross – $258,200
$24,000 – Semen Interest – Lot 1, MAGS Summit 284D, 4/18/2016, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, polled, sired by MAGS Zappo, grand champion bull at the 2018 National Western Stock Show; Lot 2, MAGS Everest 528E, 2/2/2017, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by MAGS Zodiac, 49% interest in both bulls, purchased by Lakeside Limousin, Ionia, Mo., semen interests purchased by P Bar S Ranch, Sand Springs, Okla.; J6 Ranch, Gibbon, Neb.; White Valley Ranch, Adair, Okla.; Woodward Limousin, Kiowa, Colo.; and End of the Trail Limousin, Vinta, Okla.
$8,000 – Lot 17, MAGS Dynamic 285D, 3/4/2016, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by JMFA Rhodemaster 294Z, purchased by Linhart Limousin Leon, Iowa.
$7,750 – Lot 26, MAGS Don’t Forget 439D, 9/7/2016, Lim-Flex, black, homozygous polled, sired by ELMW Xpedient 4X, purchased by Ray Hendrix, Wray, Colo.
$7,500 – Lot 19, MAGS Deep Sea Cowboy 356D, 3/9/2016, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by LH War Hero 195W, purchased by Abbott Farms, Jenks, Okla.
$7,500 – Lot 13, MAGS Explosive Cowboy 775E, 3/3/2017, Lim-Flex, black, homozygous polled, sired by MAGS Cable Cowboy, purchased by Wulf Cattle, Morris, Minn.
$7,500 – Lot 9, MAGS Empire Falls 2512E ET, 2/17/2017, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by MAGS Ali, purchased by Stonehill Land and Cattle, Miami, Okla.
$7,000 – Lot 14, MAGS Etched Granite ET 3407E, 3/22/2017, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by Connealy Black Granite, purchased by the Hager Cattle Company, Karlsruhe, N.D.
(Weaver)- Bob Weaver, left, Kiowa, Okla., purchased a new herd sire at the Magness Sale and is pictured with NALF board member, Jim Bob Hendrickson, Adair, Okla.
(Stiner)- Paula and Keith Stiner, Winfield, Kan., right, purchased several bulls at the Magness sale and are pictured with Magness principal, John Pence after the sale.
(Crowd)- A large crowd was on the seats for the Magness sale that saw bulls sell into 10 states.