Choose the name of the farm or ranch to read their sale report or see the Archived Sale Results for a list of past years.
- Lawson Family Farms
- Crazy K Ranch Production Sale
- Shady Brook Angus Female Sale
- Belle Point Ranch
- 44 Farms Abilene Bull Sale
- Jac’s Ranch Bull Sale
- Bopat Farms
- Woodside Bull Sale
- Lonesome River Ranch Bull Sale
- Thomas Angus Spring Bull Sale
- 44 Farms Spring Bull Sale
- Coleman/Trexler Angus Bull Sale
- Teixeira Bull Sale
- Thomas Angus Ranch at LGW
- Angus on the Mountains
- Bases Loaded Elite Angus Sale
Ewing, VA - April 25, 2015
Total Gross: $460,100
Female Sale Gross: $313,250
No of Lots: 40
Sale Average: $7,831
Auctioneer: Clint Hunter
A beautiful setting in the Cumberland Gap of Virginia was the annual Lawson Family Farms sale. An excellent set of bulls and females were offered with a huge crowd in attendance.
Lot 1 & 1A- This donor 44 Lucy 1661 along with her November natural heifer calf sired by Denver sold lot 1 to Double D Farms of Virginia for $38,000 and lot 1A to Crazy K Ranch of Tennessee for $13,000.
Lot 25- Another excellent donor sired by Bextor out of Yon Sarah N170 sold to Triple B Farms of Virginia for $20,000.
Lot 5- A flush to the bull of the buyers choice out of EXAR Henrietta Pride 2881 sold to Spring Grove Farms of Virginia for $13,000.
Lot 13- This stout February Resource x SAV Abigale 902 sold to Kiker Angus of Georgia for $11,000.
Lot 14- The pick of the flush sired by Rito 707 of Ideal 3407 7075 out of SAV Elba 918 sold to Double R Bar of Indiana for $9,500.
Lot 6- A heifer calf pregnancy sired by SAV Ten Speed out of a 6807 x 643T daughter sold to Dow Farms of Michigan for $8,250.
Lot 43- This powerful Sitz Wisdom x Payweight x 812L son sold to Travis Hall of Virginia for $5,300.
Michie, TN - April 11, 2015
Sale Gross: $1,172,850
No of Lots: 74
Sale Average: $15,850
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran
The 2nd female sale at Crazy K Ranch was attended by a huge crowd with strong support across the country. This progressive program sold an elite set of females that represented some of the strongest cow families in the breed. The hospitality was great, and people really enjoyed there stay at Crazy K.
Lot 1- An elite female sired by 10X out of the great 6108 sold 1/2 interest to Spruce Mountain Ranch of Colorado for $140,000.
Lot 2C- This ET heifer calf sired by Discovery out of a Complete x 6108 sold 1/2 interest to XL Ranch of Wyoming for $70,000.
Lot 3- This donor sired by Complete out of 6108 sold to Vintage Angus of California for $50,000.
Lot 25- A powerful fall bred heifer sire by Consensus out of a Objective x 3829 daughter sold to Deer Valley Farms of Tennessee and Edisto Pines of South Carolina for $43,000.
Lot 2B- A fall heifer sired by 10X out of a Complete x 6108 sold to Woodside Farms of Virginia for $40,000.
Lot 6- A future donor sired by Denver out of the full sister to 9Q13 sold 1/2 interest to Hillhouse Angus for $40,000.
Lot 8- This proven donor sired by Consensus out of EXAR Blackcap 2326 sold to Spring Grove Ranch for $40,000.
Lot 2D- This fancy heifer calf sired by Generation out of a Complete x 6108 sold to Black Gold Genetics of Illinois for $35,000.
Lot 5- A young donor who is the full sister to EXAR Denver sold 1/2 interest to 2T Cattle of Tennessee for $28,000.
Lot 4A & 4B- A heifer calf pregnancy sired by Waylon and a February heifer calf sired by Reserve out of the dam of GAR Prophet sold lot 4A to Deer Valley Farms of Tennessee for $22,000 and lot 4B to Express Ranches of Oklahoma for $25,000.
Leoma, TN - April 11, 2015
Sale Gross: $335,150
No of Lots: 67
Sale Average: $5,005
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran
On a gorgeous afternoon in Central Tennessee the Shady Brook Farms sale was one of the best sales to date at this historic operation. The Santini family continues to offer elite genetics with great hospitality enjoyed by everyone in attendance.
Lot 1A- A power bred heifer sired by 004 out of Sitz Henrietta Pride 1510 sold to Lawson Family Farms of Virginia for $11,000.
Lot 1- Another bred heifer sired by Sitz Alliance out of 1510 sold to Foster Angus of Arkansas for $10,500.
Lot 2- Another 1510 daughter sired by HF Kodiak sold to JJ Angus of Pennsylvania for $10,000.
Lot 9- A donor Coleman Donna 772 sired by Net Worth sold to Anderson Angus of Tennessee for $8,000.
Lot 20- An elite bred heifer sired by Shady Brook Swagger out of a 1407 x Midland to Smith Farms of Mississippi for $7,500.
Lot 10- This donor sired by Complete out of Basin Lucy 3829 sold to D&W Angus of Georgia for $7,200.
Lavaca, AR - March 28, 2015
Sale Gross: $874,050
No of Lots: 174
Sale Average: $5,023
Auctioneer: Matt Sims & Bruce Miller
The hospitality is second to none at Belle Point Ranch. Each year the crowd gets larger and the events during the sale get better. Steady action all day with this being one of the strongest sales in recent history.
Lot 72- A flush out of the 2013-2014 ROV Intermediate Champion heifer LCCC All Star sold to Silveira Brothers of California for $12,500.
Lot 51- An excellent March heifer sired by Waylon out of a 004 x Traveler 124 daughter sold to Woodside Farms of Virginia for $14,000.
Lot 68 & 68A- This donor sired by 6EM3 out of a Prime Star x New Look daughter with a Denver heifer at side sold lot 68 to Double Creek Farms of Texas for $10,750 and lot 68A to Pollard Farms of Oklahoma for $9,250.
Lot 50- This full sister to lot 51 sold to Double Creek Farms of Texas for $10,000.
Lot 71- This show heifer sired by EXAR Improvement sold to Herzog of Texas for $9,000.
Lot 59- A 9Q13 x Predestined son consigned by Fair Oaks Farms sold to Belle Point for $15,000.
Lot 66- A First N Goal x Brilliance son sold to Brumley Farms of Oklahoma for $8,500.
Abilene, TX - March 21, 2015
Sale Gross: $851,750
No of Lots: 132
Sale Average: $6,453
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran
A wet, welcomed, rainy day in west Texas was the annual bull sale for 44 Farms. The large crowd purchased an excellent set of bulls, with many volume buyers in attendance. The prices were consistent all afternoon, with a fast pace set from the start.
Lot 63- An impressive fall bull sired by Buford Bluestem out of a Predestined x Traveler 1489 daughter sold to Byler Angus of Texas for $9,500.
Lot 127- A stout son of Upshot out of a WCC Master General daughter sold to Stanley Holloway of Texas for $9,250.
Lot 44- This low birth weight 44 King James x 454 son sold to Robert Howard of Texas for $8,750.
Bentonville, AR - March 14, 2015
Bull Sale Gross: $420,100
No of Lots: 69
Sale Average: $6,088
Total Gross: $679,450
Auctioneer: Ronn Cunningham
A huge crowd attended the 26th annual Jac’s Ranch bull and commercial female sale. This proven program offered an excellent set of bulls with strong action from across the country. 68 commercial females grossed $259,350 to average $3,814.
Lot 28- An outstanding Waylon x Payweight son with a $141.04 $B sold to Belle Point Ranch of Arkansas for $26,500.
Lot 29- Another elite Waylon son out of the dam of Connealy Forward also sold to Belle Point Ranch of Arkansas for $26,500.
Lot 8- This stout Consensus x O’Reilly Factor son sold to James Light of Virginia for $7,500.
Lot 18- A powerful Bush Untouchable x Jacs Anticipation son sold to Brant Ranch of Oklahoma for $7,500.
Lot 4- An impressive O’Reilly x Analyst son sold to Lott Farms of Oklahoma for $7,000.
Lot 9- A Consensus x Upward x 3829 son sold to Cisco Farms of Arkansas for $7,000.
Lot 45- This Mogck Danny x Sinclair Telecast son sold to War Eagle Farms of Arkansas for $7,000.
Bradford, TN - March 7, 2015
Sale Gross: $408,550
No of Lots: 101
Sale Average: $4,015
Auctioneer: Tommy Barnes
On a wet, snow packed day the 20th annual BoPat Farms sale was attended by the largest crowd ever. The prices were steady with many strong bulls and females offered.
Top Bull Lots:
Lot 21- This stout Prophet x Basin Resolve son sold to Carter Farms of Tennessee for $7,250
Lot 55- A thick made TEX Ambush 9106 x Special Focus son sold to William Hendrix of Tennessee for $6,500.
Lot 10- A January Hoover Dam x In Focus son sold to Darrell Honea of Tennessee for $5,750.
Top Female Lot:
Lot 77- An excellent 10X x Complete daughter with a $131.55 $B sold to Crazy K Ranch of Tennessee for $7,500.
New Market, VA - March 7, 2015
No of Lots: 104
Sale Average: $7293
Total Gross: $758,500
Auctioneer: Joel Birdwell
A large crowd was on hand the 1st Annual Woodside Farm bull sale. The David Gum Family was on had to greet the crowd and offer some great Virginia hospitality to all that attended.
Lot 4 – Woodside 4P26 is a 3/1/14 son of GAR Prophet. His dam was the $88,000, top selling female of the November 2015 Woodside female sale. This tremendous MRB and REA bull sold to Riverbend Ranch of ID for $50,000.
Lot 1 – Woodside 3W10, a GAR Progress son who stems from the foundation donor female in the Woodside Program 5F56. Sold to Three Trees Ranch of GA for $40,000.
Lot 2 – The calving ease Sept 2014 son of Ingenuity with a great set of EPD’s to go with him, sold to Oakridge Angus and Barber Angus of TX for $32,000.
Lot 11 – Another Prophet son born in September 2014 out of the 9Q15 donor whose dam is the famous 5F56 one of 6 full brothers to sell in this years sale, sold to Three Trees Ranch of GA for $12,000.
Lot 3 – An direct son of 5F56 by Confidence, this top Confidence son sold to Elimsprings Farm of PA for $11,500.
Lot 5 – The number 1 ranking marbling non-parent bull by Prophet , the dam of Lot 5 is the 0M3 Donor by Predestined and her dam is by 5F56. This great Marbling bull sold to Dexter Edwards of NC for $11,500.
Milburn, NE - March 4, 2015
No of Lots: 93 Bulls
Sale Average: $7,524
No of Lots: 25 Open Heifers
Sale Average: $2,616
Total Gross: $765,150
Auctioneer: Matt Lowery
It was a windy and brisk day in the Sandhills as the Jeff Johnson Family brought out there best crop of bulls ever for an outstanding event. Mason Angus, N Backward 7 and Pine Hill Angus were guest consignors with there best bulls offered along with the event.
Lot 3 – Lucky Man 4040 a son of Medicine Man by Right Answer 746 lead off the event with spirited bidding from all corners of the crowd the top bidder was Lowery Land & Cattle of NE for $25,000.
Lot 2 –this top calving ease son of Medicine Man is a paternal brother to the 2014 top selling bull sold to Slagle Angus of NE for $24,000.
Lot 32 – A son of Sitz Upward 307R out of a Summitcrest Complete daughter sold to Tomlinson Farm of IL for $18,500.
Lot 1 – L/R Rolex by Accelerated Genetics sire Timeless sold to Sargent Ranch of SD for $17,000.
Lot 30 – A Jan 2014 son of Sitz Upward 307R whose dam is by Summitcrest Complete sold to Sargent Ranch of SD for $13,500.
Lot 106 – A tremendous daughter of 9M25 out of a Basin Ambush 8161 daughter sold to Mercer Angus of OH for $4,600.
Baker City, OR - March 3, 2015
Total Bull Sale Gross: $1,540,250
No of Lots: 199
Sale Average: $7,740
Total Female Gross: $240,450
Female Average: $6,450
Total Gross: $1,780,450
Auctioneer: Rick Machado & Trent Stewart
The spring sale at Thomas Angus was again a strong event with active bidding all afternoon. The Thomas family continues to breed performance cattle that work for their customers with many large groups of full, 3/4 and 1/2 brothers selling in volume.
Top Bull Lots:
Lot 78- A tremendous Waylon out of a Objective x In Focus son sold Clay Lick Run of Ohio and Kessler Angus of Oregon for $27,000.
Lot 88- A full brother to lot 78 sold to Landmark Angus of Nebraska for $18,000.
Lot 30- An impressive Waylon x Objective x In Focus fall bull sold to Oregon for $13,000.
Lot 147- This thick made 10X out of a Final Answer x Grade Up daughter sold to Utah for $13,000.
Top Female Lots:
Lot 209- This stout fall bred heifer sired by Waylon out of a 21A Coal Bank x 095 daughter sold to Lott Farms of Oklahoma for $20,000.
Lot 210- Another Waylon x 036 x EXT sold to California for $9,000.
Cameron, TX - February 28, 2015
Sale Gross: $3,388,500
No of Lots: 461
Sale Average: $7,350
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran & Trent Stewart
On a cold day in Central Texas the annual Prime Cut Sale at 44 Farms was attended by a standing room only crowd. The demand was strong all day with active bidding in the seats and on Superior Livestock.
Top Female Lots:
Lot 1B- this fall heifer sired by Waylon out of a 9Q13 x 5050 daughter sold to Crazy K Ranch of Tennessee for $37,000.
Lot 1X- An elite added lot heifer calf who currently is the #3 non parent female for $B and a full sister to lot 1B sold 1/2 interest to Innovative Genetics of Illinois for $36,000.
Lot 3B- This fancy fall baby sired by Waylon out of a Capitalist x Ambush 28 x 1224 sold to Edisto Pines of South Carolina for $32,000.
Lot 3A- A Discovery x Capitalist x Ambush 28 daughter sold to XL Angus of Wyoming for $19,000.
Lot 5- This February yearling Prophet x Rito Revenue x Objective x 5FH8 daughter sold to Hayley Fairway Farms of Texas for $19,000.
Lot 10- A high ranking $B son of 9Q13 out of a 5050 x 6108 daughter with a $B of $166.11 sold to Silvera Brothers of California for $21,000.
Lot 44- The lead off bull sired by Prophet of of a Rito Revenue x Objective x 5FH8 sold to Sundberg Farms of Illinois for $20,000.
Lot 13- This impressive Prophet x 454 son sold to Soiux Pass Ranch for $16,000.
Lot 9- A January EF Authentic x Pioneer son sold to Rising Hills Angus Ranch of Texas for $14,000.
Lot 64- A powerful spread bull sired by Waylon out of a 5050 x Total daughter sold to Foley Angus Ranch of Texas for $14,000.
Missoula, MT - February 17, 2015
Sale Gross: $1,496,524
No of Lots: 157
Sale Average: $8,532
Auctioneer: Joe Goggins
Outstanding set of bulls sold at the Coleman/Trexler bull sale. These programs continue to offer an elite offering every year with many new and repeat buyers in attendance. Very active bidding on Superior Livestock with numerous bulls being sold online.
Lot 102- One of the most powerful sons of Waylon out of Coleman Donna 714 sold to Lawson Family Farm and Double D Farms both from Virginia for $35,000.
Lot 112- This direct son of 714 sired by Capitalist sold to Lawson Family Farm and Double D Farms both from Virginia for $35,000.
Lot 103- A full brother to lot 112 sold to Gerkin Farms of Indiana for $23,500.
Lot 104- This stout son of Coleman Charlo out of a Regis daughter sold for $18,000.
Lot 1- A powerful Apex Windy 078 x Wulffs EXT 6106 son sold to TR Land & Cattle of Texas for $17,000.
Lot 8- This low birth weight Charlo x 714 son sold to Jac’s Ranch of Arkansas for $17,000.
Terrebonne, OR - February 16, 2015
Sale Gross: $640,150
No. Of Lots: 99
Sale Average: $6,466
Auctioneer: Trent Stewart
A great sale at Teixeira Cattle Company for their annual Oregon bull sale. The presentation was depth was excellent, and it showed with active bidding all sale. Total gross with females $739,250.
Lot 1- A great lead off bull sired by 928 out of Basin Joy 566T sold to Spring Grove Ranch of Virginia for $18,000.
Lot 14- This stout 9M25 x Genesis son sold to Stafford Ranches of Oregon for $10,000.
Lot 25- A thick made Consensus x War Party son sold to Stafford Ranches of Oregon for $9,500.
Lot 26- Another Consensus son out of a 095 x Expectation daughter sold to L-3 Ranch of Oregon for $9,500.
Lot 93- This Connealy In Focus 4925 son with a $140.17 $B value sold to Stafford Ranch of Oregon for $9,250.
Pendleton, OR - February 13, 2015
Sale Gross: $649,250
No of Lots: 109
Sale Average: $5,956
Auctioneer: Rick Machado & Trent Stewart
An exciting afternoon at the famous Hamley’s Saloon for the Thomas Angus Ranch sale. This fun event was attended by a large crowd with strong demand from start to finish.
Lot 12- This powerful Connealy Thunder son out of a Ironstone x Final Answer daughter sold to LM Ranch of Oregon for $9,500.
Lot 45- A low birth weight Hoover Dam x In Focus son sold to Salmon Falls Land & Cattle of Idaho for $8,750.
Lot 63- This impressive Bismarck x Hoover Dam son sold to Wilkes Ranches of Oregon for $8,750.
Lot 5- A stout Connealy Cavalry x Foresight son sold to Wilkes Ranches of Oregon for $8,500.
Spruce Mountain Ranch, Larkspur, CO - January 14, 2015
Sale Gross: $196,500
No of Lots: 12
Sale Average: $16,375
Auctioneer: Steve Dorran
Another wonderful event hosted by Spruce Mountain Ranch for the 4th Angus Night on the Mountain sale. This sale provides trip packages with proceeds all going to the Angus Foundation, along with a select set of females selling from Spruce Mountain.
This years packages grossed $40,550.
Lot 6- An outstanding February 10X x Predestined daughter sold 1/2 interest to Southern Star Ranch of Colorado for $45,000.
Lot 9A- A powerful Consensus x Complete x 036 x 558H daughter sold to Green Creek Ranch of Colorado for $25,000.
Lot 4- This fall yearling Consensus x Upward x EXT x 178E daughter sold to Express Ranches of Oklahoma for $22,000.
Lot 1- A heifer calf pregnancy sired by 10X out of the full sister to EXAR Denver sold to Crazy K Ranch of Tennessee for $20,000.
Lot 2- This heifer calf pregnancy sired by Discovery out of a Consensus x 643T daughter sold to Wilkes Ranch of Texas for $16,000.
Coors Field, Denver, CO - January 13, 2015
Sale Gross: $1,043,250
No of Lots: 45
Sale Average: $23,183
Auctioneer: Eddie Sims
Another outstanding Bases Loaded sale which kicks off the National Western Stock Show in Denver. This special event was attended by one of the largest crowds in it’s 14 year history.
Lot 2- This impressive March heifer sired by 10X out of the great Sitz Henrietta Pride 643T sold 1/2 interest to Vista Farms of Alabama for $90,000.
Lot 3- This fancy 9Q13 x Predestined x 5FH8 daughter with a $153.14 $B sold 1/2 interest to Allison Family Trust of Oklahoma for $72,000.
Lot 1- A Flush out of the champion female at the National Junior Heifer Show sold to Schnoor Sisters of California for $47,500.
Lot 1A- This elite female Schnoor Winnie 9323 sold to Schaffer Angus and Curtin Land and Cattle both of Illinois for $33,000.
Lot 9A, 9B, 9C- Three heifer calf pregnancies out of the dam of 10X sired by Waylon, Rampage and Generation sold 9A and 9C to Pollard Farms of Oklahoma for $28,000 each and lot 9B to Wilkes Ranch of Texas for $30,000.
Lot 42- This 10X x Upward x 3829 February heifer sold to Pollard Farms of Oklahoma for $30,000.
Lot 13- A heifer calf pregnancy sired by 10X out of the dam of Rampage sold to Wilkes Ranch of Texas for $28,000.
Lot 20- This heifer calf pregnancy sired by VAR Ranger out of 6108 sold to Express Ranches of Oklahoma for $27,500.