Andy said:Lindskovs have had them for a long time. I'll have to ask Les this weekend when they started.
Andy said:MIke, I am going to buy bull, i think, seems like all the bulls i really want a lot of other ppl like also. What bull is it that your interested in, if you don't mind shareing? I am sure if Abbey is proud of that heifer she will want to show it to me. I sure do like all the Rio Blanco calves that i have seen. I used Rio Bravo last year and the few calves that i have on the ground look awsome.
Andy said:99 is on my list also, he looks like a good bull. Do very many of your rio Blancos have a lot of leg? The ones we have here are very deep and wide.
Hangna said:We were there and it was hot. We bought Lot 24 and 84.
You are correct, you'd have to go a long way to beat the Lindskovs and Thiels.
Turkey Track Bar said:After the sale I heard Bryce Lindskov say the "whites" averaged 6100 and the blacks 4700. They had a million dollar day and definitely deserved it. Brent works really hard for that average---it's easy to sell the good high, but tough to maintain that high of an average throughout the entire sale.
The high Char was $47500 (I think, I know the $47000 part but might have been $47750 or 250) and second high was $42000). Sorry I don't know what the high selling Angus was--maybe 10 or 12 thousand???
Also Lynn Weisharr (?spelling) is a great auctioneer--some of the great sale needs to be attributed to his talent.
Mike I was looking forward to meeting you at the sale--and was disappointed when Brent said you weren't going to make it.
I have know Brent and Les for a long time. Talk about great people. They have great cattle and great attitudes. It is really nice to see good people awarded the way they were this week.
Great cattle and great people--
Congrats to them all---