UBIA Bull Sale Review
The 44th Annual Sale was held on March 19, 2016 at Producer’s Livestock in Salina, Utah. Thirty-seven Intermountain breeders sold 97 bulls representing eight different breeds/divisions for an average price of $4,731. Top-selling bulls in each breed or division were as follows:
Simmental – Top Hat Farms, Deweyville, Utah, sold to Key Hole Ranch, Fillmore, Utah for $4,000.
Charolais – Mower Charolais, Altamont, Utah, sold to J-Y Cattle Co. LLC, Heber, Arizona for $5,500.
Composite (Balancer) – Hermansen Cattle Co., Fairview, Utah, sold to Albert Cornaby, Spanish Fork, Utah for $5,100.
Black Angus (Growth) – Lisonbee Angus Ranch, Roosevelt, Utah, sold to Tim Larsen, Levan, Utah for $6, 250. Kelly Crozier, Neola, Utah, sold to Robert Holt Farms, Enterprise, Utah for $6,250.
Hereford – Doug Hall Family Herefords, Fruita, Colorado, sold to Gillmor Livestock Corp., Salt Lake City, Utah for $5,250.
Black Angus (Low Birth Weight) – Farnsworth Angus Ranch, Gusher, Utah, sold to Jared Jensen, Roosevelt, Utah for $9,000.
Gelbvieh - Hermansen Cattle Co., Fairview, Utah, sold to Gary Larsen, Huntington, Utah for $5,250.
Red Angus – Bastian Red Angus, Neola, Utah, sold to Kay Hansen, Spanish Fork, Utah for $6,000.
The members of the UBIA thank all those who bought bulls at this year’s sale or otherwise supported the Association.