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2001 Sale Results

auction2001 Gardiner Angus Ranch 22nd Annual Production Sale

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On April 7, 245 buyers from 29 states participated in the most successful sale in the history of Gardiner Angus Ranch.

The bull sale was a strong testament to the success of value-based systems and the Gardiner program’s commitment to providing premium driven marketing opportunities to their customers.

To begin the fast paced auction, the 2 high selling bulls, Lots 2 and 3, GAR Precision 1680 sons and full brothers to Pinnacle, Paramount and Summit, sold to Maplecrest Farms & RB Cogburn, Hillsboro, OH, and Harold Oneal, Panhandle, TX, for $11,000 each. Second high selling bull, Lot 153, a yearling ET son of B/R New Design 036 out of a Precision dam, sold to Bar L Ranch, Darrouzett, TX for $9,500. Oak Hill Angus, Eutaw, AL, had the winning bid at $8,000 for Lot 16, another New Design son. McDuffie Feed & Seed, Thomson, GA, selected Lot 9, a DHD Traveler 6807 son out of an EXT dam, for $7,500. Lot 70, GAR New Design 9219, sold to Lloyd Haar, Elkhart, KS, for $6,750. Charlie Hoffman, Eureka, SD, Charles “Chili” Sinclair, Mt. Pleasant, TX, Ronny Eaves, Atoka, OK and Oak Hill Angus all had the winning bids at $6,500 for Lots 19, 84, 87 and 12, respectively. Jim Leachman, Leachman Cattle Co., Billings, MT, purchased Lot 140, GAR Raider 5399, a Traveler 436B of JRS son, at $6,000.

The female portion of the sale was equally as strong, indicating the tremendous demand for high accuracy genetics found in the GAR program.

High selling female was Lot 308, GAR EXT 2104, an EXT daughter out of a Scotch Cap dam. 2104 is the dam of 2536, a noted donor in the Wehrmann Angus program and the grandam of Grid Maker, top selling bull in the GAR Grand Plan 2000 sale. 2104 sold to Ner-Farms, Oconto, WI, for $30,000. Second high selling female at $15,000, was Lot 317, GAR Lucys Boy G158, by VDAR Lucys Boy out of a GAR Sleep Easy dam. G158 is a full sister to an outstanding donor in the Bittersweet Station program and sold to Maplecrest Farms & RB Cogburn. Teaming up to purchase several of the noted Precision daughters, all full sisters to Pinnacle, Paramount and Summit as well as Lots 2 and 3, was Eagle Farm and Ranch, Hays, KS; Big K Ranch, Ronald Kendall, Ransom Canyon, TX; and Leachman Cattle Co., Billings, MT. Among their purchases, the partnership paid $11,000 for Lots 305 and 307 respectively. Maplecrest Farms & RB Cogburn added more strong purchases to their load with Lot 306, a Precision daughter, at $9,500, Lot 312, GAR New Design 2808, for $7,000 and Lot 324, a cowcalf pair bred to Precision with a Precision heifer at side, for $6,500. Paws Up Angus Ranch, Greenough, MT, purchsed Lot 439, the top selling bred heifer, a Finks 5522-6148 daughter bred to GAR Expectation, for $8,500. Maplecrest Farms & RB Cogburn added to their purchases with the top selling spring ET heifer, Lot 608, GAR Plowman G270, a 3/4 sister to GAR Grid Maker at $7,000. C.L. Cook, Social Circle, GA; Tim O’Neil, Prineville, OR; Lawlis Angus Ranch, Austin, TX; Clark Wood, Slaton, TX; and Eddie Parker, Waurika, OK all made female purchases at $6,000 for Lots 302, 433, 436, 437 and 446 respectively.

Randall Herman, Seibert, CO, purchased the top selling pen of bred commercial heifers for a strong $1,650 each for a pen of 7 head.

The Gardiner family again offered four lots of registered quarter horse colts. C.W. Pratt, Atkins, VA, paid $3,500 for GAR Lady, an April yearling filly sired by Tee J Jolly Jack.

Tony Ault, Seymour, IN, was volume female buyer taking home 22 lots. Twenty-three buyers purchased 4 or more bulls, including: Melvin Schooler, KS; Chris Scharbauer, TX; 6666 Ranch, TX; W.T. Waggoner Estate, TX; Frank Bills, KS; Sam Hands, KS; J.E. Canyon Ranch, CO; Dan Kirchenschlager, CO; Cleve Mobley, GA; Oak Hill Angus, AL; Mertz 09 Ranch, TX; Dick Roesch, KS; Don Montgomery, TX; Courson Ranch, TX; Sam Bailey, TN; Bob Boaldin, KS; and John Thatcher, CO.

Additional notes of interest

  1. 72% of this year’s buyers came from 5 states
  2. The last 50 of 277 bulls to sell averaged $3,750

2001 Gardiner Angus Ranch 25th Annual Production Sale Totals/Averages


No. Hd.
277 Total

18 mo. old bulls
Spring ET yearling bulls




No. Hd.

Open donor cows
Bred cows with calves at side
Spring calving pairs
Bred registered cows
Bred registered heifers
Open registered heifers
Open ET heifers
Bred commercial heifers
Open commercial heifers
Registered Quarter Horses



810 Total Head
Grossed $2,340,345.00
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