The high-selling bull, at the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo 2000 All Breed Bull and Heifer Sale, brought $5,500.

There were 55 bulls sold, at an average price of $2,114.

There were nearly 500 heifers sold. They averaged $1,102 per head. Of the 500, there were 194 pairs of females sold, at an average price of $1,434. There were 200 bred heifers averaging $926. The remaining 100 females sold were open division heifers averaging $809.

This year's sale sold two pens of females, each consisting of five head. The grand champion pen of females averaged $2,400 per head. The reserve champion pen of females averaged $2,250 per head.

"Without a doubt, this was the best sale we have ever had since the first in 1992," Michael Sturgess, co-manager of the All-Breed Bull and Heifer Sale, said.

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