February 15, 2020
Bradley 3 Ranch has spent 62 years bringing innovative ideas to their bull buyers. This year was no exception as a pre-sale record crowd was given a presentation about the role Certified Angus Beef plays in improving beef demand and their plans for reaching annual sales of 2 billion pounds. John Stika, President of Certified Angus Beef from Wooster, Ohio was on hand to give the presentation.
Saturday was a beautiful day as bidders from 19 states registered for the sale. When the final gavel fell, 186 Angus Bulls had sold for an average of $5,636. Top selling bull was a Connealy Concord son presented as Lot 1. He sold for $20,000 and went to a Texas Buyer. Lot 75 was the second-high selling bull at $13,000 and is headed to Kentucky. Lots 55 and 58 sold to new B3R buyers from Texas for $12000 each.
The Charolais offering was the largest ever at Bradley 3 Ranch as 89 bulls averaged $6208. Top selling Charolais bull was Lot 197; B3R F607 Confidence that sold for $12000 to a Texas Buyer. Second high Lot was Lot 198 going to a new buyer from Kansas for $12000. Lot 199 sold to Genex for $10000 and Lot 240 went to Select Sires for $10000.
This was the first year for selling B3R open heifers and 21 heifers averaged $1493.
It was another great day for Bradley 3 Ranch as 275 bulls sold for an overall average of $5,821. Mark February 13, 2021 on your calendar for the next Wide Body Sale.