SOUTHEAST ANGUS CLASSIC HELD AT LAWLER FARMS
May 15, 2004
51 Total Lots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . .$164,725 $3,230
Lot 22 -- $5,400 -- Homestead Black Empress 103. A 12 8 01 daughter of N Bar Emulation EXT, bred to Bon View New Design 878, sold for $3,400 to Jim Richardson, Montgomery, Ala. Her 9 17 03 heifer by B/R New Frontier 095 sold for $2,000 to David Rogers, Fart Payne, Ala. Consigned by Homestead Farms, Opelika, Ala.
2nd High Pair:
Lot 5 -- $5,350 -- Homestead Erica 904. A 9 19 89 daughter of SAF Fame, bred to CLW New Design 2043 sold for $1,650 to Thornburg Ranch, Bradyville, Tenn. Her 9 1 03 heifer by SAF 598 Bando 5175 sold for $3,700 to David Rogers, Fort Payne, Ala. Consigned by Lawler Farms, Opelika, Ala.
3rd High Pair:
Lot 7 -- $5,325 CWL Lass 1025. A 9 4 01 daughter of B/R New Design 036, bred to Bon View New Design 1407, sold for $3,500 to Jim Richardson, Montgomery, Ala. Her 10 2 03 heifer by Sitz Traveler 8180 sold for $1,825 to Thornburg Ranch. Consigned by Lawler Farms, Opelika, Ala.
4th High Pair:
Lot 26 -- $5,300 -- Lukens Forever Lady. A 9 17 00 daughter of N Bar Emulation EXT bred to B/R New Frontier 095 sold for $2,700 to David Rogers. Her 9 25 03 bull calf sold for $2,600 to Winston Moss, Tuskegee, Ala. Consigned by Homestead Farms, Opelika, Ala.
Top Co Bred Heifer:
Lot 2A -- $3,500 -- CWL Erica 2021. A 9 3 02 daughter of Bon View Bando 598, bred to Bon View New Design 1407, sold to Homestead Farms, Opelika, Ala. Consigned by Lawler Farms, Opelika, Ala.
Top Co Bred Heifer:
Lot 56 -- $3,500 -- Green 811 N Design 1407 0122. A 11 29 02 daughter of Bon View New Design 1407, bred to BR Midland. Sold to Chuck Patrick, Fayetteville, Tenn. Consigned by Roy Green, Opelika, Ala.
This was the first year for the Southeast Angus Classic to be held at the beautiful Lawler Farms in Opelika, Ala. Charles Lawler and Bruce Randall, manager, had the place well prepared for this sale. The hospitality was great as all the consignors worked hard to make this sale a success. The cattle were a superior group and the split off heifer calves were extremely popular. This sale had strict requirements in that all cattle had to be A.I. sired out A.I. sired dams and calves had to be A.I. sired.
Volume Buyer: David Rogers, Fort Payne, Ala.
Sale Manager: American Livestock Brokers, Ripley, Miss.
Auctioneer: Jarvene Shackelford, Ripley, Miss.