February 18, 2021
Auctioneer: Matt Lowry
8 – Bulls – $3,361
$5,000 – ROYAL Hombre RBGL 003H, 3/27/2020, Lim-Flex, homozygous black, homozygous polled, sired by Wulfs Future 5201F, out of Royal Hartley Eline 761E, consigned by Wiley Fanta, Starbuck, Minn., purchased by ST Genetics Beef, Nafasota, Texas.
$4,500 – ARCC Payday 9208G, 3/2/2019, Lim-Flex, red, homozygous polled, sired by Wulfs Defend K909D, out of ARRC Ms Eldorado 7200E, consigned by Bullis Creek Ranch, Wood Lake, Neb., purchased by Logan Winter, Greenwood, Neb.
$4,500 – TF 906G, 4/2/2019, Lim-Flex, black, polled, sired by MAGS Aviator, out of MNM 737Z, consigned by Torgerson Farms, Artesian, S.D., purchased by Mike Fastnacht, Wessington Springs, S.D.
$4,000 – Wulfs Grade A G200G, 6/15/2019, Purebred, black, homozygous polled, sired by Wulfs Conversion 3970C, out of BCVF Dolly, consigned by Wulf Cattle, Morris, Minn., purchased by The Turner Colony, Turner, Mont.
(Winter) – Nebraska “Commercial Producer of the Year” Logan Winter, Greenwood, Neb., purchased the second high-selling bull from Rob Brawner and daughter, Audrey, Bullis Creek Ranch, Wood Lake, Neb.
(Schultz) – Max Schultz, Oxford, Neb., purchased the Cattlemen’s Classic champion Limousin bull, consigned by Paul Bartsh, Rushford, Minn.
(McGowan) – Dean Summerbell thanked first time buyer of Limousin genetics, Hank McGowan, McCool Junction, Neb.
(Fischer) – Matt and Jason Fischer and Jason’s daughter, Finlay, were buyers at the Cattlemen’s Classic.