The Wisconsin Beef Improvement Association held its 64th annual Performance Bull Sale on Saturday, April 3rd. Listed below are the results of that sale, courtesy of the WBIA.
TOTAL SALE: 53 Bulls averaged $3,525
30 Angus averaged $3,700
8 Red Angus averaged $2,862
1 0 Simmental averaged $3,840
5 Simm/Ang averaged $2,890
Bulls from this years sale are going to: Wisconsin, lowa, and Minnesota.
Specific Breed lnformation:
Tim Ryan, Ryan Cattle of Lodi, W and David Kuhle, Kuhle Family Farm, Hazel Green, W, each consigned a top selling Angus bull in this year’s WBIA bullsale. Ryan’$ bull, lot# 20, a Baldridge 38 Special son sold for $6,500 to Country Gate Farm in Reeseville, Wisconsin. The Kuhle bull, Lot # 53 a Kuhle Rampage 210 D150 son was the other top selling bull in the sale. That animal also an Angus was sold to Amos Troester of Gamavillo, lA. Andrew Johnson, a new consignor to the bull test sold Lot # 8, a DL Dualty son, to Robert Beswick of Greely, lA. That bull sold for $5,750.
Double A Simmentals from Janesville, \M sold the top two priced Simmental bulls at the sale. Lot # 7 sold for $5,750 to Leonard Weber. This bull a KBHR $niper E036 son was the top selling Simmental bull. Weber also purchased the second high selling Simmental bull a KBHR Sniper son for $5,500. This bull was also consigned by the Arndt family.
The top selling Red Angus bullwas consigned by Johnson Family Cattle Co. from Shawano, W, Lot # 52 sold for $5,250 to Travis Kramer, Wauzeka, tM. This bull was a son of Thomas Jefferson, 55602. Three thousand dollars was paid for the next two top selling Red Angus bulls. Lot # 68, a SL The Real Deal 1887-1438B son was purchased by Allissa Grenawalt of Beloit, W. Mia Gibson of Elgin, lA was the consignor. The other Red Angus bull selling for $3,000 was a $ilverius Mission Nexus 1378 son was purchased by Arnold and Alicia Adams of Platteville, Wisconsin. This bull was consigned by the UW Platteville Pioneer Farm.
Lundell Family Cattle, Livingston, W sold the two top selling SimmentalAngus Composite bulls. Lot # 23 a WC Hat Trick 2101D son sold for $4,250 to Joshua Jacobi of Calamus, IA. Lot #50 also a WC Hat Trick 21CI1D son sold for $3,000. Randy Gill ffom Shullsburg, W is the owner of Lot # 50.