I didn't make it to the sale, but a friend of mine did. He said it was probably one of the "hottest" sales he ever attended. Even if the cattle were rough headed or carried alot of white, they still brought good money. He guesstimate they should have averaged about $2000/lot. A few of the prices he gave me:(remember this is second hand)lot 195-$30,000.; 195a-10,000.;196-20,000.(this was his pick of the bulls in the sale);207-7600.;207a-4000;the two i had picked out were 178 and182, they brought 2300 and 2000 respectively;105-4500;1-5000;8-5200;10-6500;14-3300;14a-4000;18-6500;18a-2400;15a-3000;49-3300;99-4500;99a-3550;124-5000;124a-4600(sold to Canada);127-5500;148-3000;148a-3800;201-6000;201a-3000;201b-550each;He didn't give me prices on the bred heifers, but said they sold real well;The yearling bulls were thin and averaged around 2000;282-2500(?don't understand that one);283-3200;284-3000;285-9000;287-2 1/4 interests sold at 11,000 and 10,000;288-15,000;289-3800;290-4000. He thought the cows were very uniform and great uddered. The "Sounder" cattle sold better than average. The Feltons Domino cattle had alot of white and some rough heads. Mired in mud here now....100 acres of corn to go.
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Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 10:44 PM
Subject: [Hereford Talk] Felton Sale
Just wondering if anyone went to Felton Dispersal or heard how it
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