2015 Piedmontese Classic BULL SALE
- 1:30 pm - April 11, 2015 - Toro Ranch, Broken Bow, NE -
ON-LINE VIDEOS (opens in a new window) -Bull's ID'd by Grow Safe Tag Number
Bull Data Sheet (PDF file opens in a new window) - in tentative sale order
Join us for Piedmontese prime rib supper (Reservations Are Required) on Friday, April 10, 2015 at the Cobblestone Inn, Broken Bow and enjoy guest speaker Scott Bothwell of BIO with updates on the breed EPD Project. Then on Saturday morning, preview Sale bulls and join us for complimentary Piedmontese Beef lunch at noon on April 11, 2015.
An outstanding selection of Fullblood and Naturalean Piedmontese Bulls will be auctioned starting at 1:30 pm Saturday, April 11th. Performance Evaluated and ready to meet your Commercial or Seedstock needs, these yearling bulls are designed to "meat" the demand.
SALE CONTACTS: Hiram: 308-293-5444 or Jerry: 605-491-1110 or Ryan: 303-916-0151
2015 Piedmontese CLASSIC FEMALE SALE:
On Jan 19, 2015 - five of the seven Lots offered in the first Female Sale were auctioned for an average sale price of $19,300. (Two lots were passed, as was the right of the consignors.)
Congratulations to Hiram Lambert, NE, Adam Swinehart and Mark Miller, OH as buyers of the high selling female - Lot # 1 - LVC Sunray 904Y for $39,000.00
Lot # 3 – LVC Promise 301A – buyer Tom Sperling, SD - $24,000.
Lot # 5 – PE Ava 119A – buyer Lakeview Piedmontese, SD - $11,000.
Lot # 6 – LVC Isabell 404B – buyer Paul & Teresa Harold, WV - $14,500.
Lot # 7 – PE Alura 14A – buyer Ken Silva, CA - $8,000.
Sale Gross - $96,500.00 on 5 Lots
2014 Piedmontese CLASSIC BULL SALE:
at Toro Ranch, Broken Bow, NE.
Saturday, April 12, 2014 - the NAPA Piedmontese Classic Bull Sale saw 22 lots gross $229,500. for an average of $10,431.82
The high selling bull was LVC 3014A - bringing $24,000.
Another hugely successful sale, with great young bulls on offer. Read the full report in the summer magazine here. Congratulations to all the buyers and bidders !
2014 Classic Sale: one of the high selling bulls at this year's Classic: TCR 817A brought $15,500.