A large crowd was present for BHRâ€™s Designerâ€™s Classic, The Fleck Advantage sale and for the pre sale activities. Genetics from the sale went to Mexico, Panama, Canada and Australia as well as the following states, Iowa, Nebraska, Mississippi, Alabama, Maryland, Georgia, Kansas, Missouri & Texas.
High selling lot was a pick lot consigned by Indian Creek Cattle Co. of Huntsville Alabama that sold for $6400 to Keith Franck in Iowa. Keith selected Lot 45A an open heifer sired by Igolhoff, one of the oldest and most sought after sires in the Fleckvieh breed.
Lot 51, BHR Zoya Z148E, a second generation Fleck influenced Â½ blood was the second highest selling lot at $6300, going to Darrell Chancellor in Mississippi.
Lot 1, the flush on BHR Ashante SA L137E was the third high selling lot at $6100 going to Jeff Knox in Australia.
Lot 6, LCF Mona 280M sold to Jeff Know of Australia for $4900.
Lot 14, BHR Truffle SA Y063, a bred heifer sold to Dwayne Horst of Arthuor Ontario, Canada, for $4200.
The balance of the sale was as consistent as I have seen in a long time, with cattle staying between $2500 and $4000.00 all day with active bidding on all lots from those who attended and online with DV Auctions.
Lot 11A, BHR Pisces Y058E, purchased by Little Creek Farm of Mississippi $4000
Lot 17, BHR Concord SA Y078, purchased by Pepe Bustamante of Mexico $4000
Lot 7A, BHR Edith L068E, purchased by Greg Starr of Kansas $3800
LOT 30, MF Evan Xantara, purchased by Keith Franck of Iowa $3700
LOT 25, BHR Sedona Y092, purchased by Louis Hubnik of Texas $3300
54 Live lots & flushed averaged $3314.81
17 Semen lots averaged $1580