Friday’s Angus sale averaged $14,000 at Agribition

REGINA — The final sale at Canadian Western Agribition ended the show on a high note when the Power and Perfection Angus sale posted an average of  $14,062 on 30 lots of live cattle and genetic offerings.

Open heifers drew the greatest interest at the sale held Nov. 27.

Wiwa Creek of Rush Lake, Sask., sold a black heifer for $34,000 to Breed Creek at Mankota, Sask.

Remitall Farms of Olds, Alta., sold its reserve grand champion female for $32,000 to Lewis Farms of Spruce Grove, Alta.

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A flush on the grand champion black Angus female, Bar E-L Erica 7A, was offered by owners Blairswest Land and Cattle of Drake Sask.  It sold for $15,000.

A red open female from Rainbow Red Angus of Cherhill, Alta., sold for $30,000 to Topline Angus of Illinois.

Hamilton Farms of Cochrane, Alta., offered two young females, which sold for $26,000 and $21,000, respectively.  Both went to Michigan.

Earlier in the day, the Limousin Solid Gold sale averaged $8,150.

The top seller was a half interest, full possession in a 2015 black bull from Paynes Livestock at Lloydminster. The final bid was $17,500. Hi-Way Limousin of Bethune, Sask., was the successful buyer.

All sale results are unofficial at this time.

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