Representative Sales included: Sugarland Syndicate sold 15 HD Fall Calving Angus Cows for $2,500. 14 HD Fall Calving Red Angus Cows for $2,300. 4 HD Fall Calving Charolais Cross Bred Cows for $2,300.
JML Livestock sold 9 HD Open Brangus Heifers for $1,850.
Ditta Ranch sold 29 HD Medium Bred Brangus Heifers for $2,700. 8 HD Brangus Bred Cows for $2,650. 7 HD Brangus Baldies for $2,650. 13 Spring Calving 2nd Calf Brangus Cows for $2,350.
Dauphen Jackson Cattle Co. sold 5 HD Short Bred Brangus Heifers for $2,375.
Maresh and Sons Farms sold 5 HD Tigerstriped Bred Heifers for $3,025.
Downing Livestock sold 12 HD Medium Bred Angus Heifers for $2,300.
Double C Calhoun Ranch sold 9 HD Medium Bred Brangus Cows for $2,150.
The day’s top selling bull was Lot 25, TR LG LOGISTICS 314S. He sold to Southern Cattle Co, Marianna, FL for $10,500. This big topped Legacy son was consigned by Thunderstorm R Cattle Co, Nacogdoches, TX.
The second high selling bull, at $8,500 was also purchased by Southern Cattle Co. He was Lot 27, TR 575 321, a light birth weight balanced trait herd sire prospect out of a Legacy daughter. He was also consigned by Thunderstorm R.
The days third high selling bull was WB CM 354P, Lot 209, a Critical Mass son consigned by Wayne Boozer Douglass, TX. This big YW and REA EPD bull was purchased by Randal Wood, Zachary, LA for $7,750.
H & H Farms, Coldwater, MS paid $7,000 to own each of the next 4 high selling lots as he bought stout high performing prospects. Lots 3 and 203 were consigned by Harvey Farms, Okeechobee, FL, Lot 211 by Thunderstorm R and Lot 238 by Bill Rainer, New Summerfield, TX.
Lot 4, also a consignment from Harvey Farms, also sold for $7,000 as Jason Theriot, lake Arthur, LA paid the bid price to own this balanced trait herd bull.
The day’s high selling heifer choice was Lot 64A, JNJ MS Elmeaux 1402, a ¾ blood heifer sired by JDH Mr Elmo Manso 309/4. ½ interest and full possession in this fancy open heifer sold for $8,000 to Southern Cattle Co. She was consigned by James Noel Jr Abbeville, LA.
The second high selling choice heifer was Lot 56B, HR Lacy 77, a Remitall bred first generation female bred by Harvey Ranch and selling to Thunderstorm R for $6,100. Selling for $6,000 was Lot 52A, the Legacy daughter consigned by Wayne Boozer. Southern Cattle Co made the purchase of this fancy young donor prospect.
The high selling pen of Braford registered bred heifers were consigned by Adams Ranch, Fort Pierce, FL. They were the first of a truckload of bred heifers due to calve starting January 1 for 90 days, Steve Wright, Mer Rouge, LA paid $3,350 to own the top pen of heifers from this consignment.