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Make plans to attend NE Cattlemen’s Classic
Thursday, February 23, 2006

For more info or to view sale book online go to:
www.cattlemens.org

The 14th Annual Cattlemen’s Classic Show & Sale
Kearney, NE
Feb. 17, 2005

Judge: Troy Thomas, Harrold, SD


Emily Pohlman, Norfolk, NE, led the Grand Champion Bull P/A/F Outlook 358 G5 04. He is a February 2004 son of Connealy Forefront.


S/N-Freds Wix Cap K410 captured the Supreme Grand Champion Female title. Fred’s Angus, Rose, NE, showed the February 2004 daughter of TC Freedom 104.


5H Freedom 402 claimed the Reserve Grand Champion Bull. Stewart & Peggy Hartwell, Oakland, NE, showed the February 2004 son of TC Freedom 104.


Nelson Angus Farm, Crete, NE, showed Reserve Grand Champion Female Nelsons Viola 4318. She is a March 2004 daughter of Rito 9FB3 of 5H11 Fullback.

Sale Results
A standing room only crowd was in attendance for the Angus show and sale on Thursday, February 17 at the Nebraska Cattlemen's Classic. The quality entries of Angus bulls and females were evaluated by Troy Thomas of Harrold, SD.

The high-selling Grand Champion Angus Bull, a February 2004 son of Connealy Forefront, was consigned by Pohlman Angus Farm of Norfolk, and sold for $8,100 to Jim Maas from Pierce.

Other bulls topping the sale were a son of TC Freedom 104, also consigned by Pohlman and selling to Purdum Angus Farms of Creston, Iowa, for $7,000, and the Reserve Champion Angus Bull sired by TC Freedom, exhibited by 5H Angus of Oakland, that sold for $4,500 to Lazy Black Diamond Ranch of Palmer.

A March 2003 son of OCC Powerline of 841, consigned by Gale Angus of Merriman, NE, was the high-selling Senior Yearling Bull at $5,000.

A&B Cattle of Bassett topped the Junior Yearling Angus division with a September, 2003 BR Midland son that sold to Tim Stiefel, Four Winds Farms of Denton for $4,900.

Thirty-nine Angus bulls were sold for an average of $3,400.

The quality consignment of 21 Angus heifers averaged $2,621. Topping the sale was the Grand Champion Angus Heifer, consigned by Fred Angus of Rose, NE and purchased for $6,000 by Lush Farms from McLouth, KS. This February daughter of TC Freedom went on to claim the Supreme Champion Heifer honors later in the week.

Other heifers topping the female portion of the Angus sale were a pair of Connealy Virginian 681 daughters, consigned by Sand Dune Cattle Co. of Sargent that sold for $4,100 to Forester Farms of Smithfield and $3,700 to Dennis Breinig of Arapahoe.

The high-selling bred heifer was a Leachman Saugahatchee daughter, consigned by September Farms of Franklin, that sold for $3,500.

Lots
Gross
Average
39 Bulls
$3,400
$133,178
21 Females
$2,621
$55,041
60 Total Lots
$3,128
$188,219

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Nebraska Angus
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Suzy Hebbert
Secretary/Manager
PO Box 150
Ashby, NE 69333
(308) 577-6700
info@nebraskaangus.org