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San Antonio All Breed Sale proves strong demand for Brangus

The 23rd annual San Antonio All Breed Bull and Commercial Female Sale set a new record in terms of dollars generated. Hosted Feb. 11 to 12, in conjunction with the San Antonio Livestock Show & Rodeo, the event saw 550 head of cattle where 72 bulls and 478 females sold for a gross of $1,688,800.

The 72 bulls representing 10 breeds brought a gross of $370,900 for an average of $5,151 while the 478 head of females sold for a total of $1,317,900 for an average of $2,757.

In the annual bull sale, 12 Brangus averaged $7,571, topping averages for Angus, Brahman, Charolais, Gelbvieh/Balancer, Horned Hereford, Polled Hereford, Lim-Flex and Simbrah. Topping the 60 bull offerings was a Brangus bull consigned by JLS International of Devine, Texas, which sold to Williams Ranch of Floresville, Texas, for $20,000. The second high selling bull was a Charolais bull consigned by Sturgess Double S Cattle, LaRue, Texas, which sold to Rocking T Cattle Co, Raymondville, Texas for $9,750.

Of the Brangus females, 35 open heifers averaged $2,464, 40 bred heifers averaged $3,050, and 59 pairs averaged $2,877. Five pairs from Jasik Hay Farm, Pleasanton, Texas, sold to Eric Larson, San Antonio, Texas, for $3,400; five pairs also from Jasik Hay Farm sold to Ken Seeker, Brenham, Texas, for $3,400. Five breds from Schoenig Land & Cattle, Honey Grove, Texas, sold to Eric Larson, for $4,200. Five opens from Bell Cattle Co., Gainesville, Texas, sold to Carl W Homeyer, Haskell, Texas, for $3,000; and five opens from Indian Hills Ranch, Cranfill Gap, Texas, sold to Kevin Pawelek, LaVernia, Texas, for $3,000.

Volume buyers of the sale included Eric Larson, Larson 5L Cattle Co., San Antonio, Texas; Corazon Cattle Company, Alameda, N.M.; Leo Hermes, Yoakum, Texas; Ken Seeker, Brenham, Texas; and Billy Polasek, Shiner, Texas.

The sale was managed by Southern Livestock Publishing, Inc., in San Antonio, Texas, and Anthony Mihalski from San Antonio, Texas, who also served as the sale’s auctioneer.

Date: 4/7/2014

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