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SALE REPORT
UPPER CUMBERLAND ANGUS ASSOCIATION SALE AVERAGES $2,140

SALE SUMMARY
                                                                      Average
71 Females . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $154,635                  $2,180
  4 Bulls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $    5,750                    $1,440

75 Total Lots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$160,210                   $2,140



April 24, 2004
Cookeville, Tenn.

Top Lot:

Lot 33 -- $4,400 Shady Brook Forever Lady 0106. A 1 16 00 daughter of GDAR SVF Russ 184E bred to SAV 8180 Traveler 004. Sold for $3,150 to Triple W Angus, Rock Island, Tenn. Her 9 2 03 bull by Ranger G1720 sold for $1,250 to Joe Dilldine, Livingston, Tenn. Consigned by McCoy's Angus Farm, Bone Cave, Tenn.

2nd High Lot:

Lot 70 --$4,075 -- JB Blackcap Lady 740. A 11 18 97 daughter of TC Dividend 963, bred to Sitz Alliance 6595, sold for $1,675 to Joe Darryl Luna, Parsons, Tenn. Her 9 5 03 heifer by SA Neutron 377 sold for $2,400 to Hinch Angus, Crossville, Tenn. Consigned by Triple T Angus Farm, Cookeville, Tenn.

3rd High Lot:

Lot 15 -- $3,950 -- DA Hi Traveler D 260. A 10 24 00 daughter of Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C, bred to Boyd New Day 8005, sold for $2,200 to Kemp Farms, Pleasant Shade, Tenn. Her 10 15 03 heifer by White Oak Precise 6002 sold for $1,750 to Heather Webster, Brush Creek, Tenn. Consigned by Dillard Angus, Gordonsville, Tenn.

Top Open Heifer:

Lot 45 -- $2,550 -- Raybar Rita 307. A 4 1 03 daughter of B/R Now Frontier 095, out of EHF Rita 13204, sold to Caney Creek Farm, Pall Mall, Tenn. Consigned by Raybar Farm, Crossville, Tenn..

Top Bull:     

Lot 77 -- $2,400 -- Hambys Saugahatchee 210. A 10 10 02 son of Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C. Sold to Ronnie Tate, Dunlap, Tenn. Consigned by Hamby Farms, Crab Orchard, Tenn.

This was the largest crowd ever to assemble for this sale. The large sale area was packed with standing room only left. This progressive association works hard to put together a top sale offering. The highlight of each sale is a scholarship heifer, where proceeds go to the Senator Tommy Burks Scholarship fund at Tennessee Tech University. This year's heifer was donated by Kemmer Farms, Hank Kemmer, Crossville, Tenn. She was purchased by Rainbow Acres Angus, Joel Cates, Winchester, Tenn. Again this year split off bull calves were highly sought after.

Volume Buyer: Kody Miller, Mt. Olive, Miss.

Sale Manager: American Livestock Brokers, Ripley, Miss.

Auctioneer: Jarvene Shackelford, Ripley, Miss.

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