Sunday, April 29, 2012

Top buck brings $10,000 at Winning Tradition

The crowd was overflowing as the Winning Tradition Sale V kicked off Saturday, April 28 in Washington, Ind. The bidding never slowed as the 15 consignors led more than 100 head through the sale ring, which could just as well have served as a show ring for these groomed and trimmed animals.

The top-selling animals are pictured below. See the June issue of Goat Rancher for more details, which, by the way, is our 1st annual Sire Edition.
It was a packed house at the Daviess County Fairgrounds in
Washington, Ind., Saturday for the 5th annual Winning Tradition Sale.
The top-selling animal was Lot 37, BDK2 AABG Easy Upgrade,
a Maximum Impact son. This 230-lb., 11-month-old buck was
purchased for $10,000 by a partnership of Show Me Boers (Wes & Lori Peterson) 
of Missouri and Trevor Bjerke of North Dakota.
The high-selling doe was Lot 44, AABG 2DOX Glamnation,
a December 2010 daughter of Maximum Impact. She was purchased
via the Internet for $7,000 by Marge Newton of Newton Farms of Indiana.

2M Boer Goats Legally Blonde, Lot 50, was the high-selling

percentage doe, purchased for $6,250 via the Internet by
Shana May and Aryn Proctor of Texas.

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