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2-year-old ANNUAL

BULL SALE

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Sale Staff

Chris Poley, AUCTIONEER ........................ (306) 220-5006 Helge By, RINGSIDE ................................. (306) 536-4261 Nathan Marin, RINGSIDE .......................... (306) 869-7130

Sale Day Phones

Moose Creek Red Angus .......................... (306) 462-4836 Darren’s cell ............................................. (306) 577-8970

Buyer Representatives

Glen Vargo ............................................. (306) 736-7710 Jim Hallberg (Shiney) ............................... (306) 861-0917 Whitney Bosovich (DLMS) .....................…. (780) 991-3025

Sale Headquarters

Bear Claw Casino & Lodge, White Bear Lake Resort Carlyle, Sask ........................................ (877) 909-2327

Photos & Videos

Additional photos and videos of the offering will be on the website at www.moosecreekredangus.com.

CATA LO G U E O R D E R I S SA L E O R D E R Development & Delivery

We will continue to develop your newly purchased herd sire(s) for you at no cost. All we ask is that you insure your purchase for the duration that he is being developed. The bulls staying until spring will be semen checked and delivered to you in April/May or as loads develop for your area. For anyone wanting to develop their own bulls, a rebate of $250 per bull will be subtracted from the purchase price. This applies to any bulls taken sale day or delivered within seven days of the sale.

Semen Testing

All of the bulls in the sale have been vet inspected, palpated and scrotal measured prior to going to grass in the spring and again prior to the sale. None of the bulls selling have been semen checked. Most veterinarians agree that semen checking is only valid for up to 30 days post testing. Any of the bulls selling are fully guaranteed; if they happen to be incapable of settling cows, a replacement bull will be supplied until a suitable bull is available. Credit for the incapable bull may be used at any Moose Creek sale on any breed of bull. At no point shall the compensation be greater than the purchase price.

Online Bidding

Watch and bid online at DLMS.ca, (Mark Shologan, 780-699-5082) Please register to bid before sale day. If you’re planning to bid online, please feel free to contact the sale staff or Darren as we are pleased to help select a bull(s) that will fit into your program. It is our utmost priority to ensure you secure the correct bull for the system and role you plan to use him in.

Bull Photography Prairie Pistol Designs

Catalogue Design Bella Spur Creative


RED ANGUS • RED SIMMANGUS • CHAROLAIS

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1:30PM • WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019 AT MOOSE CREEK RED ANGUS 3 M I L E S S O U T H & 1 M I L E E A S T of K I S B E Y, S A S K ATC H E WA N WELCOME to the 2019 Edition of the Moose Creek 2-Year-Old Bull Sale. It is with great anticipation that

we assemble this offering for sale. Our program is rooted in the commercial sector. We have always put more emphasis on easy fleshing, convenient, efficient cows that work in a minimal management system than the industry does. Vigorous, unsupervised births, all the way to hairy, sound, saleable calves at weaning defines our direction. The brood cow band must be able to accomplish this in a forage based, low cost environment. Ultimately, this is our advantage to other seedstock providers. The Red Angus pen is our largest and most consistent. The majority of the bulls are heifer approved, all the while supplying adequate growth and phenomenal maternal strength.The performance bulls offer the ability to sire heavy weight calves come fall without sacrificing the core values of easy keeping, stress free cattle. We have shrunk our Red SimmAngus group to not only improve them but were ruthless culling out the unpopular characteristics of the two breeds. These boys are massive, powerful, with a wonderful temperament. Easily the most impressive group you will find all sale season. Finally, our Charolais offering has grown, and will continue to grow.We have seen tremendous interest in the white bulls. The tan calves are the talk of the sale barns and rightfully so. As many producers are moving back to Char X calves, none of them want to give up the calving ease, vigor or peace of mind that they had before. Our Charolais herd is built with the May/June calver in mind. All of the bulls on offer have been responsibly developed. Fed lightly their first winter, the entire group was sent to pasture mid April and grazed without supplemental feed until late October. These bulls are not dry lotted feedlot steers. They are athletic, sound, hard muscled and in moderate shape. Please don’t come looking for “show bulls”; you’ll be very disappointed. As in the past, we will keep your bull until spring and deliver him to your yard. If you are apprehensive of purchasing a bull so far from home, please contact us and I know you’ll be shocked at how many of your neighbours we are already supplying genetics to. Our dear friends Jack & Dianne Wilson will be doing their smoked beef dinner and it’s worth the trip alone. Lunch will be served at high noon; come in your car, bring your family, let us take care of the rest.

DARREN IPPOLITO for MOOSE CREEK R E D A NG U S

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Darren, Kylie, Kord & Henrietta

Candace, Glenn & Donna

Moose Creek Red Angus • Darren Ippolito BOX 190, KISBEY, SASKATCHEWAN S0C 1L0 WEBSITE www.moosecreekredangus.com EMAIL moose.creek@sasktel.net DARREN 306-577-8970 TEL/FAX 306-462-4836


be the weaning or sale weights of heifers retained as replacements or feeder calves sold. Can the producer improve reproductive performance in the herd? Compared to growth and carcass traits, reproductive traits are more lowly heritable. Changes in reproductive efficiency are most easily made by management changes or the impacts of crossbreeding through heterosis. Over time, progress can be made by selecting and culling for reproduction. Nearly every management decision associated with the cow herd is simplified and improved with a shorter calving season. Herd health, nutritional, and reproductive management are much easier when all cows are in a similar stage of production. Restricting the breeding season to 60 to 90 days will produce a more uniform calf crop which enhances marketing opportunities. It is easier to match up your forage supply with the nutritional demands of your herd when all animals are in a similar production cycle. Vaccination programs are more effective when animals in the breeding herd are in a similar reproductive status.

Genetic superiority in any trait doesn’t matter if the beef female doesn’t get bred and deliver a live calf for the producer.

A more concentrated calving season is important for the smaller or part-time producers who have major time restrictions in their daily lives. I don’t know of any producer that enjoys the stress and worry of calving season over an extended period of time. This is especially true if calving season comes during inclement weather and you are away from the farm for long stretches of time during an average day.

For spring-calving beef herds, the breeding season is currently or soon will be underway. Many decisions have already been made in terms of the genetic makeup of the 2018 calf crop. Natural herd sires or sires to be used through artificial insemination have been selected. Mature cows have been retained and replacement heifers have been introduced to the breeding herd. Hopefully the genetic decisions that have been made will prove profitable when next year’s calf crop is sold.

A shorter calving season will eventually lead to greater efficiencies in reproduction rates. Palpate shortly after the conclusion of the breeding season and cull heifers and cows that don’t conceive within your given calving season and don’t look back. Keep daughters of the cows that get bred early each calving season. If necessary, buy bred females that calve within your desired window to replace the open females. Implementation of these practices will certainly improve your herd’s reproductive performance over time.

Nearly every beef specialist or researcher that I am familiar with will tell the cow-calf producer that reproduction is the most economically important trait in beef cattle. Numerous studies have shown that reproduction is several times more important than growth or carcass traits. Simply put, genetic superiority in any trait doesn’t matter if the beef female doesn’t get bred and deliver a live calf for the producer.

Probably the production group that is the most consistently mismanaged in the typical cow-calf operation is the replacement heifer. An ideal scenario would be for the replacement heifers to be managed as a separate group until after they’ve had their first calf. In smaller herds, heifers retained as replacements are often managed with the mature cows from first breeding through first calving. As a result, these heifers may not receive the proper nutrients to meet their dietary needs.

How can the cattleman evaluate the reproductive performance of the herd? I would suggest three key areas to evaluate. They are as follows: 1. Calf Crop Percentage: This would be the number of calves weaned divided by the number of cows exposed divided by 100. 2. Distribution of Calving Dates: This would be a picture of how calving dates are scattered across an existing calving season. 3. Pounds of Calf Produced Per Cow Exposed: This would

Keep in mind that replacement heifers should be at 60%65% of their expected mature weight at 15 months of age. They should also be at least 85% of their expected mature weight when they calve for the first time as two-year-olds. These heifers should be bred before the mature herd. This allows the producer to better supervise the first-calf heifers at calving and allows them more time to start cycling and get bred back as two-year-olds. This scenario sets up the replacement heifers to have realistic chance to become productive members of the herd.


Management of the bull power needed to adequately cover the number of cows in the herd is a key component to reproductive success. The appropriate bull to female ratio will vary on a variety of conditions such as the bull’s breed, age and body condition, the nature of the pasture situation, and the length and seasonal timing of the breeding season. A longstanding rule of thumb for a proper bull to female ratio would be one female per months of the bull’s age up to 36 months of age. There are instances where producers will turn out multiple sires over a larger group of cows. Do not assume that number of matings per sire will be spread out evenly across the herd. Research has shown there be various levels of dominance expressed across a multiple sire pastures in terms of the number of calves sired by each bull in a pasture. What are some reproductive goals for the beef herd that the cow-calf producer can strive to achieve? Consider the following targets: 1. 90%-95% in heat in the first 21 days of the breeding season. Note: This will be virtually impossible to achieve in anything longer than a 60 day breeding/calving season. 2. 70% conceive on the first breeding. 3. 90% or greater conception at the end of a shortened breeding season. 4. Less than 5% difficult or assisted births. 5. 90% of cows bred wean a calf. Achieve these reproductive goals and you will be well on your way to future profitability with your cow-calf enterprise.

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS that create value at every level of the industry.

Moose Creek Red Angus is a fourth generation purebred operation situated in southeastern Saskatchewan, just south of the beautiful Moose Mountains. Our herd consists of two breeding groups; a winter group and a spring herd. Together, they number over 400 strong. In addition to the registered herds, we also run a large commerical cow-calf and grass yearling program. We are passionate about the cattle industry and are proud to be involved in the sustainability movement. It is important for us to be working with other like-minded groups; that’s why we’ve been involved, since their inception, with programs such as, BIXS, VBP+, McDonald’s Sustainability Pilot and Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef.

A heartfelt thank you to our customers for supporting us for over 40 years in the business. Many have been with us for more than 25 years while spanning 3 different generations of bull buyers. It is an honour to call so many of you friends!


Which cows are consistently

MAKING YOU MONEY? Use Your Eyes and Records to Decide Which Cows to Cull ~ Michelle Arnold, DVM (Ruminant Extension Veterinarian, UKVDL)

Which cows in your herd are consistently making you money? Every year, the cow-calf producer needs to critically evaluate each animal in the herd and decide if she is paying her upkeep. Open cows at the end of breeding season obviously are high on the cull list. With variable costs running $400-$500 per year per head and an additional $100-$300 in fixed costs, keeping open cows is difficult to justify financially. Beyond pregnancy status, what other variables are important to evaluate? Structural soundness, body condition score, age, annual performance, and disposition are significant factors to consider when developing a culling order specifically for your farm. This culling order is essentially a ranking of the cow traits you consider most important for a cow to be productive on your farming operation. Culling is exceptionally important during times of drought or a year with marginal hay production as you may be forced to cull deeper to manage through a challenging season. However, there may be times to consider keeping more replacement heifers and letting older cows go, such as when many in the herd are getting older and the heifers have good genetic potential to perform. To begin, it is best to think about which animals in the herd have the least chance of being productive over the long term or are farthest away from being productive. Equally important are factors such as disposition and phenotype (color, size) that affect the marketability of offspring. The following is a list of factors to carefully consider when deciding who to cull this year.  DISPOSITION - A cow’s attitude is an important consideration in any cattle operation. Bad behavior has both a genetic component and is also learned behavior by calves at an early age. Mean, nervous, “high strung” cattle are dangerous to people, damage facilities, tear up fences and make gathering and working cattle difficult at best. Remember a good cow can be protective of her calf without being dangerous and destructive. PREGNANCY STATUS – A cow should produce a calf at least once a year and the sale of that calf needs to pay her way. Diagnosing a cow as “open” (not pregnant) is as simple as having a veterinarian palpate for pregnancy at least 40 days either after breeding or after the bull is removed. A simple, inexpensive blood test can also be used 28 days post-breeding to determine pregnancy status. If many cows are found open at pregnancy check, work with your veterinarian to determine if reproductive disease, poor nutrition, bull infertility or inability to conceive was the cause. Remember cows that calve late in the season have fewer opportunities to breed back in a controlled (for example, 90 day) breeding season. Summer heat and fescue toxicosis can be important contributors to low

conception rates. STRUCTURAL SOUNDNESS – Bad feet, lameness due to hip/knee injury, eye problems, and poor udder conformation are all examples of structural problems that adversely affect performance. Good feet and legs are essential for weight maintenance, breeding, calving, self-defense, and raising a calf. The udder should be firmly attached with a level floor and high enough that newborn calves can easily find and latch onto teats. Cows with blind or light quarters, funnel or balloon shaped teats, or any history of mastitis are strong candidates for culling.  CHRONIC CONDITIONS - Cows with chronic conditions that will not improve such as progressive weight loss, early cases of cancer eye, repeated episodes of vaginal prolapse during pregnancy, and extreme sensitivity to the effects of fescue toxicosis should be removed from the herd as soon as the calf is weaned. Cows with confirmed disease conditions such as Johne’s disease, bovine lymphoma, or advanced cancer eye should not be sold to a commercial market. The most common reasons for carcass condemnation at slaughter include emaciation, lymphoma, peritonitis, cancer eye, blood poisoning, bruising, and other types of cancers. AGE – Cows are considered most productive between 4-9 years of age. The size and shape of the teeth can be used to assess age but always evaluate them in light of the diet. Cows that eat gritty or sandy feeds and forages have increased tooth wear beyond their years. Regardless, cows with badly worn or missing teeth will have a hard time maintaining body condition. Remember, older cattle die of natural causes, too.  POOR PERFORMANCE – Record keeping is an invaluable tool for evaluating performance. Readable visual tags on both the cow and calf allow you to match calf sale weights to the dams and identify cows that did not produce a calf. Inferior genetics and poor milk production produce lightweight calves that do not grow well. An overweight cow or large framed cow with a small calf that doesn’t gain weight usually means the cow is not producing much milk. Sick baby calves may be an indication of poor quality colostrum and poor mothering ability. PHENOTYPE – Cows that do not “fit” the herd because of external features such as unusual breed, size, muscling and color are candidates for culling. These challenges may be overcome to some degree by choice of sire to balance out the unwanted traits. Remember that buyers of commercial calves


look for uniformity in color, weight, and frame in a set of calves and will pay a premium price for it. THE LAST ONES TO GO – Hopefully culling will never have to go this deep in your herd. Bred cows over 9 years old, replacement heifers (especially those that did not breed in the first 30 days), and bred cows 3-9 years old should be the last sold. Thin cows that conceive late in the breeding season should go first.  Since 20% of gross receipts in a typical cow-calf operation come from the sale of cull animals, pay attention to price seasonality and body condition score before sending these animals to market. Prices are historically highest in spring and lowest in late fall/early winter when spring born calves are weaned and many culls are sent to market. Adding weight and body condition to culls is an opportunity to increase profitability but can be expensive. Work with a nutritionist to come up with realistic cost projections before feeding cull cattle for a long period of time. When it comes to making decisions on who to cull, remember to consider functionality in your environment. Is she an “easy keeper”? Does she keep flesh and condition and raise a good

calf, even when feed and forage is limited? On the opposite side, does she give too much milk or is her frame size so large that you can’t keep weight on her, even when pasture is plentiful? Is her pelvis so small and tight that calving is a problem and will be a problem in her offspring? Functionality leads to longevity and improved efficiency. By retaining more young cows in the herd, you can decrease the number of replacement heifers needed each year and cull cows that are only marginally profitable. Young cows also increase in value as they mature because the body weight of the cow and her calf ’s weaning weight will continue to increase until approximately 5 years of age. Longevity will also be improved through crossbreeding because hybrid vigor adds essentially 1.3 years of productivity or one more calf per cow. If considering buying heifers, UK has a decision support tool available at http://www.uky.edu/ Ag/AgEcon/pubs/BredHeifer.xlsx to help understand how to evaluate the price in your specific circumstances. In summary, a herd of easy-keeping, efficient cows is possible through rigorous culling and careful selection of replacements. Match your genetics to your management and environment for maximum efficiency, longevity, and ultimately, maximum enjoyment of cattle production.


Red Angus

Our Red Angus program is one of the oldest and most respected in Canada. We have lead by example, breeding and selecting a sound, fertile, efficient cowherd mated to top-notch herd sires. We’ve wasted no resources selecting genetics that will thrive in low-management systems, where extended feeding and grazing strategies are utilized. Most importantly, we place our nearly six decades of Red Angus breeding reputation on the line every time we offer a herd sire for sale.


MOOSE CREEK RED ANGUS 2019 EDITION 2-YEAR-OLD BULL SALE

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KELFIELD 92E RED | POLLED | 1994909 | 11-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED TWIN HERITAGE GAME ON 44A RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 131C ACT. BW

86 lbs

ACT. WW

786 lbs

O.G.WT

1454 lbs

CURRENT

1768 lbs

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LOT 1: KELFIELD 92E

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MANNING 64E RED | POLLED | 1994919 | 07-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z RED MOOSE CREEK GALENA 185C ACT. BW

70 lbs

ACT. WW

639 lbs

O.G.WT

1355 lbs

CURRENT

1669 lbs

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LOT 2: MANNING 64E

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BROCK 168E RED | POLLED | 1996170 | 27-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK HARRIET 40C ACT. BW

70 lbs

ACT. WW

573 lbs

O.G.WT

1335 lbs

CURRENT

1649 lbs

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LOT 3: BROCK 168E

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GOLDEN 157E* RED | POLLED | 1996166 | 23-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z RED MOOSE CREEK NEW LADY 148C ACT. BW

70 lbs

ACT. WW

619 lbs

O.G.WT

1254 lbs

CURRENT

1568 lbs

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LOT 4: GOLDEN 157E

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TYSON 175E* RED | POLLED | 1996174 | 30-MARCH-2017

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED WRAZ HITCH 52A RED MOOSE CREEK FAYE 73C ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

569 lbs

O.G.WT

1195 lbs

CURRENT

1509 lbs

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BRONCO 194E RED | POLLED | NOT REG | 11-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X CDI 44C ACT. BW

68 lbs

ACT. WW

556 lbs

O.G.WT

1184 lbs

CURRENT

1498 lbs

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LOT 6: BRONCO 194E

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BEARDYS 188E RED | POLLED | 1996181 | 06-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z RED MOOSE CREEK FREYJA 101C ACT. BW

88 lbs

ACT. WW

684 lbs

O.G.WT

1310 lbs

CURRENT

1624 lbs

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LOT 7: BEARDYS 188E

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KENT 158E RED | POLLED | 1999246 | 23-MARCH-2017

sire

RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z dam RED MOOSE CREEK BRIDGET 143C CE

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LOT 8: KENT 158E

ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

621 lbs

O.G.WT

1328 lbs

CURRENT

1642 lbs

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PENSE 29E RED | POLLED | 1992283 | 28-FEB-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z RED MOOSE CREEK BRNDINA 92C ACT. BW

68 lbs

ACT. WW

677 lbs

O.G.WT

1293 lbs

CURRENT

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1607 lbs

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LOT 9: PENSE 29E

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DUBUC 53E RED | POLLED | 1994892 | 04-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED BLAIR’S NOTORIOUS 62B RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 118C ACT. BW

70 lbs

ACT. WW

691 lbs

O.G.WT

1436 lbs

CURRENT

1750 lbs

NON-VIRGIN BULLS Some bulls in the sale serviced females in 2018.

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Any that did will be marked with an “ ”. All bulls that saw service in 2018 will have been Trich tested prior to the sale and sold as Trich free. A full description of each bull’s group they serviced is available and/or will be noted in their footnotes.

TANTALLON 51E RED | POLLED | 1994889 | 03-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED T-K SAND HILL 80B RED MOOSE CREEK SRIRACHA 98W RED MOOSE CREEK BRIDGET 39B ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

646 lbs

O.G.WT

1386 lbs

CURRENT

1700 lbs

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LOT 11: TANTALLON 51E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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TUGASKE 86E RED | POLLED | 2006517 | 10-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED T-K SAND HILL 80B RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK VIMEY 198Z ACT. BW

86 lbs

ACT. WW

632 lbs

O.G.WT

1327 lbs

CURRENT

1641 lbs

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LOT 12: TUGASKE 86E


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THORSBY 107E RED | POLLED | 2006589 | 14-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED T-K SAND HILL 80B RED MOOSE CREEK SRIRACHA 98W RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 112B ACT. BW

80 lbs

ACT. WW

632 lbs

O.G.WT

1424 lbs

CURRENT

1738 lbs

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LOT 13: THORSBY 107E

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SKIFF 185E RED | POLLED | 2006614 | 04-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED T-K SAND HILL 80B RED LINES PINE CHIEF 15Z RED MOOSE CREEK LAKME 29B ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

610 lbs

O.G.WT

1263 lbs

CURRENT

1577 lbs

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LOT 14: SKIFF 185E

THIS IS A VIDEO SALE No bulls will physically enter the sale barn. A video of each bull will be playing at the time of the sale.Viewing of the bulls can take place anytime prior to sale day. Give yourself time sale morning to evaluate the offering prior to sale time. The experience of choosing your bull in the ring changes drastically at a video sale.

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INGLIS 39E RED | POLLED | 1994885 | 02-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED T-K SAND HILL 80B RED MOOSE CREEK COCHIN 67S RED MOOSE CREEK FREYJA 23X ACT. BW

70 lbs

ACT. WW

653 lbs

O.G.WT

1253 lbs

CURRENT

1567 lbs

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SIDNEY 159E* RED | POLLED | 1996167 | 24-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 126C ACT. BW

74 lbs

ACT. WW

652 lbs

O.G.WT

1300 lbs

CURRENT

1614 lbs

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LOT 16: SIDNEY 159E

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KEETS 161E RED | POLLED | 1996194 | 25-MARCH-2017

sire

RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X dam RED MOOSE CREEK VIMEY 57C CE

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ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

586 lbs

O.G.WT

1259 lbs

CURRENT

1573 lbs

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LOT 17: KEETS 161E

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TAYLOR 195E RED | POLLED | 1996185 | 11-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 149C ACT. BW

78 lbs

ACT. WW

631 lbs

O.G.WT

1288 lbs

CURRENT

1602 lbs

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LOT 18: TAYLOR 195E

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LUBBOCK 198E* RED | POLLED | 1996196 | 13-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK MISSY 243C ACT. BW

74 lbs

ACT. WW

617 lbs

O.G.WT

1198 lbs

CURRENT

1512 lbs

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LOT 19: LUBBOCK 198E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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COLE 211E RED | POLLED | 2011807 | 13-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK SRIRACHA 98W RED MOOSE CREEK ROSE 134B ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

594 lbs

O.G.WT

1255 lbs

CURRENT

1569 lbs

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LOT 20: COLE 211E

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OUTLOOK 133E* RED | POLLED | 1996162 | 17-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK REBA 67C ACT. BW

78 lbs

ACT. WW

601 lbs

O.G.WT

1286 lbs

CURRENT

1600 lbs

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LOT 21: OUTLOOK 133E

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GIMLI 70E* RED | POLLED | 1994899 | 08-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK PATTI 50C ACT. BW

60 lbs

ACT. WW

670 lbs

O.G.WT

1313 lbs

CURRENT

1627 lbs

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LOT 22: GIMLI 70E

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OYEN 137E RED | POLLED | 1996191 | 18-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

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LOT 23: OYEN 137E

RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK LEORA 46C ACT. BW

68 lbs

ACT. WW

591 lbs

O.G.WT

1367 lbs

CURRENT

1681 lbs

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FRANCIS 193E RED | POLLED | 1996184 | 10-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

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RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 172C ACT. BW

74 lbs

ACT. WW

604 lbs

O.G.WT

1384 lbs

CURRENT

1698 lbs

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LOT 24: FRANCIS 193E

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GENERAL 214E RED | POLLED | NOT REG | 16-APRIL-2017

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RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED SVR GANGSTER 44X dam 184Z CE

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ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

641 lbs

O.G.WT

1434 lbs

CURRENT

1748 lbs

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WARNER 183E* RED | POLLED | 1996179 | 02-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

4

RED FLYING K GALAXY 57B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 179C ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

598 lbs

O.G.WT

1270 lbs

CURRENT

1584 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 26: WARNER 183E

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HOYT 200E RED | POLLED | 1996186 | 15-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED TOPHAM BUCKCHERRY 432B RED MOOSE CREEK CHAVEZ 12X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 108Z ACT. BW

94 lbs

ACT. WW

625 lbs

O.G.WT

1465 lbs

CURRENT

1779 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 27: HOYT 200E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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ELLIOT 169E RED | POLLED | 2006613 | 28-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED TOPHAM BUCKCHERRY 432B RED MOOSE CREEK OLYMPIAN 64P RED MOOSE CREEK BRANDY 18U ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

654 lbs

O.G.WT

1497 lbs

CURRENT

1811 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 28: ELLIOT 169E

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IRVINE 172E RED | POLLED | 1996176 | 30-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

3

30 sire

RED TOPHAM BUCKCHERRY 432B RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 75A ACT. BW

86 lbs

ACT. WW

641 lbs

O.G.WT

1268 lbs

CURRENT

1582 lbs

WELD 249E RED | POLLED | 2011874 | 28-APRIL-2017 RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED MOOSE CREEK MALCOLM 101X dam RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 130A

LEPTIN

SC

CE

3

31

ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

652 lbs

O.G.WT

1340 lbs

CURRENT

LEPTIN

1654 lbs

SC

FLINT 234E RED | POLLED | 2011917 | 23-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK MINOLA 12A ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

739 lbs

O.G.WT

1375 lbs

CURRENT

1689 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 31: FLINT 234E

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MELTON 228E RED | POLLED | 2011864 | 21-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

LOT 32: MELTON 228E

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED SSS REACTOR 439K RED GRAHAM MISS ROCK 718T ACT. BW

92 lbs

ACT. WW

679 lbs

O.G.WT

1205 lbs

CURRENT

1519 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


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YAWN 238E* RED | POLLED | 2011869 | 24-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

4

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED GRAHAM CROWFOOT 736W RED MOOSE CREEK LAURIE 107Z ACT. BW

74 lbs

ACT. WW

604 lbs

O.G.WT

1384 lbs

CURRENT

1698 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 33: YAWN 238E

34

BIRNIE 253E RED | POLLED | 2011816 | 01-MAY-2017

sire dam CE

2

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED BRYLOR/WSP CHEROK U63 RED MOOSE CREEK SAMARIE 103Y ACT. BW

108 lbs

ACT. WW

612 lbs

O.G.WT

1290 lbs

CURRENT

1604 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 34: BIRNIE 253E

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CARTER 227E RED | POLLED | 2011863 | 21-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED MOOSE CREEK ROCKWELL 17P RED MOOSE CREEK BRANDY 55T ACT. BW

90 lbs

ACT. WW

689 lbs

O.G.WT

1251 lbs

CURRENT

1565 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 35: CARTER 227E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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THUE 233E RED | POLLED | 2011868 | 23-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED MOOSE CREEK STILLWATER 58X RED MOOSE CREEK NETTIE 135A ACT. BW

78 lbs

ACT. WW

707 lbs

O.G.WT

1418 lbs

CURRENT

1732 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 36: THUE 233E

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HARRIS 206E*

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KEMPER 220E RED | POLLED | 2011809 | 18-APRIL-2017

RED | POLLED | 2011805 | 09-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

5

sire

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED U2 DYNAMO 7Z RED MOOSE CREEK EMILY 9B ACT. BW

76 lbs

ACT. WW

575 lbs

O.G.WT

1091 lbs

CURRENT

1405 lbs

dam LEPTIN

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3

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RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED MOOSE CREEK MALCOLM 101X RED MOOSE CREEK BELLE 31A ACT. BW

94 lbs

ACT. WW

670 lbs

O.G.WT

1194 lbs

CURRENT

1508 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

ODELL 264E RED | POLLED | 2011882 | 21-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

4

RED MOOSE CREEK XAVIER 71B RED MOOSE CREEK OLYMPIAN 64P RED MOOSE CREEK KURUBA 51X ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

628 lbs

O.G.WT

1113 lbs

CURRENT

1427 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 39: ODELL 264E

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FINDLATER 36E* RED | POLLED | 1994886 | 02-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

4

RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK OLYMPIAN 64P RED MOOSE CREEK LANA 11U ACT. BW

94 lbs

ACT. WW

651 lbs

O.G.WT

1249 lbs

CURRENT

1563 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 40: FINDLATER 36E

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RAYMORE 102E* RED | POLLED | 2006511 | 13-MARCH-2017

sire

RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK PAPARAZZI 100P dam RED MOOSE CREEK QUEEN 79S CE

3

LOT 41: RAYMORE 102E

ACT. BW

86 lbs

ACT. WW

619 lbs

O.G.WT

1310 lbs

CURRENT

1624 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


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TOWNER 114E RED | POLLED | 2006592 | 15-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED CROWFOOT 6382S RED GRAHAM JULIE 747W ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

601 lbs

O.G.WT

1250 lbs

CURRENT

1564 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 42: TOWNER 114E

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WILLIS 244E RED | POLLED | 2011870 | 26-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED SOO LINE CASH 9161 RED MOOSE CREEK STILLWATER 58X RED MOOSE CREEK THELMA 106A ACT. BW

94 lbs

ACT. WW

691 lbs

O.G.WT

1437 lbs

CURRENT

1751 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 43: WILLIS 244E LOT 25: RICK 237D

44

CORM 246E RED | POLLED | 2011872 | 27-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED SOO LINE CASH 9161 RED MOOSE CREEK STILLWATER 58X RED MOOSE CREEK JAN 100A ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

651 lbs

O.G.WT

1276 lbs

CURRENT

1590 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 44: CORM 246E

45

CEREAL 126E RED | POLLED | 2006515 | 16-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED SOO LINE CASH 9161 RED MOOSE CREEK MALCOLM 101X RED MOOSE CREEK SAMARIE 83A ACT. BW

80 lbs

ACT. WW

714 lbs

O.G.WT

1261 lbs

CURRENT

1575 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 45: CEREAL 126E

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ZANDER 254E RED | POLLED | 2011877 | 02-MAY-2017

sire dam CE

3

47

100 lbs

ACT. WW

602 lbs

O.G.WT

1236 lbs

CURRENT

1550 lbs

LEPTIN

BRANDT 236E* RED | POLLED | 2015053 | 23-APRIL-2017

sire

RED SOO LINE CASH 9161 RED MOOSE CREEK OLYMPIAN 64P RED MOOSE CREEK JANNY 93Y ACT. BW

K I S B E Y, S A S K AT C H E W A N

dam SC

CE

4

48

RED SOO LINE CASH 9161 RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK PRILARK 24B ACT. BW

72 lbs

ACT. WW

545 lbs

O.G.WT

1120 lbs

CURRENT

1434 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

TOMPKINS 96E* RED | POLLED | 1994910 | 12-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

5

RED HOWE CLEARWATER 21C RED SVR GANGSTER 44X RED MOOSE CREEK IDA 214C ACT. BW

68 lbs

ACT. WW

637 lbs

O.G.WT

1307 lbs

CURRENT

1621 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 48: TOMPKINS 96E

49

RYCROFT 55E RED | POLLED | 1994917 | 05-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

3

RED HOWE CLEARWATER 21C RED FLYING K NEPTUNE 28Z RED MAR MAC CLOUDBURST 2C ACT. BW

68 lbs

ACT. WW

651 lbs

O.G.WT

1434 lbs

CURRENT

1748 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 49: RYCROFT 55E

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OKLA 109E* RED | POLLED | 1996155 | 14-MARCH-2017

sire

RED HOWE CLEARWATER 21C RED SVR GANGSTER 44X dam RED MOOSE CREEK ROCKETTE 222C CE

5

ACT. BW

66 lbs

ACT. WW

598 lbs

O.G.WT

1207 lbs

CURRENT

1521 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


MOOSE CREEK RED ANGUS 2019 EDITION 2-YEAR-OLD BULL SALE

Red SimmAngus

The growth of our Red SimmAngus offering is a product of demand and luck. The base of our Red SimmAngus program is from two elite Red Angus herds we were fortunate to purchase. To develop superior Red SimmAngus stock, we knew we needed to start with an elite base. The foundation for our Red SimmAngus offering is as strong as any in the nation. They have been the reason for our success marketing more than 400 home raised, F1 bred females the last couple years. Their breeding strength is undeniable.

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hybRED 336E RWF | POLLED | 15-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

1

RENDEZVOUS 125Y RED LAZY MC REDMAN 12X 227Z ACT. BW

104 lbs

ACT. WW

873 lbs

O.G.WT

1533 lbs

CURRENT

1847 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 51: hybRED 336E LOT 25: RICK 237D

52

hybRED 362E RED | POLLED | 22-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

MAF HORIZON RED RSL STOCKMAN 587R 601Y ACT. BW

86 lbs

ACT. WW

691 lbs

O.G.WT

1357 lbs

CURRENT

1671 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 52: hybRED 362E

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hybRED 366E RED | POLLED | 25-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

MAF HORIZON RED BCR ROULETTE 5R 1099 ACT. BW

92 lbs

ACT. WW

724 lbs

O.G.WT

1351 lbs

CURRENT

1665 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 53: hybRED 366E

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hybRED 317E RWF | POLLED | 11-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

90 lbs

ACT. WW

844 lbs

O.G.WT

1458 lbs

CURRENT

1772 lbs

hybRED 361E RED | POLLED | 22-APRIL-2017

sire

RENDEZVOUS 125Y RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X 57Y ACT. BW

55 dam

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CE

2

MAF HORIZON RED BAR-E-L APPROVAL 4L 103Z ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

771 lbs

O.G.WT

1493 lbs

CURRENT

1807 lbs

LEPTIN

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hybRED 322E RWF | POLLED | 12-APRIL-2017

sire

RENDEZVOUS 125Y RED MOOSE CREEK COCHIN 67S “JUMBO” dam 5Y CE

1

ACT. BW

102 lbs

ACT. WW

823 lbs

O.G.WT

1634 lbs

CURRENT

1948 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 56: hybRED 322E

57

hybRED 305E RWF | POLLED | 08-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

1

RENDEZVOUS 125Y RED SVR GANGSTER 44X 234 ACT. BW

104 lbs

ACT. WW

832 lbs

O.G.WT

1493 lbs

CURRENT

1807 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 57: hybRED 305E

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hybRED 327E RWF | POLLED | 13-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

BLCC HOUSTON RED HOWE DESIGNER 63X 93A ACT. BW

80 lbs

ACT. WW

811 lbs

O.G.WT

1468 lbs

CURRENT

1782 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 58: hybRED 327E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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hybRED 314E RWF | POLLED | 11-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

BLCC HOUSTON RED GRAHAM CROWFOOT 736W 1142 ACT. BW

92 lbs

ACT. WW

846 lbs

O.G.WT

1513 lbs

CURRENT

1827 lbs

LEPTIN

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hybRED 348E RWF | POLLED | 19-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

RENDEZVOUS 104A RED MOOSE CREEK OLYMPIAN 64P 1108 ACT. BW

98 lbs

ACT. WW

804 lbs

O.G.WT

1434 lbs

CURRENT

1748 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 60: hybRED 348E

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hybRED 302E RWF | POLLED | 08-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

RENDEZVOUS 104A RED GOLD QUEST 611 10U ACT. BW

90 lbs

ACT. WW

859 lbs

O.G.WT

1515 lbs

CURRENT

1829 lbs

LEPTIN

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LOT 61: hybRED 302E

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hybRED 340E RWF | POLLED | 17-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

BLCC HOUSTON RED RMJ REDMAN 1T 616Y ACT. BW

84 lbs

ACT. WW

766 lbs

O.G.WT

1488 lbs

CURRENT

1802 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 62: hybRED 340E

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hybRED 324E RWF | POLLED | 13-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

2

96 lbs

ACT. WW

861 lbs

O.G.WT

1541 lbs

CURRENT

1855 lbs

LEPTIN

hybRED 344E RED | POLLED | 17-APRIL-2017

sire

RENDEZVOUS 125Y RED MOOSE CREEK ROCKWELL 17P 447X ACT. BW

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MAF HORIZON RED ANCHOR 1 HITCH 38T dam 701X CE

2

ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

778 lbs

O.G.WT

1325 lbs

CURRENT

1639 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


MOOSE CREEK RED ANGUS 2019 EDITION 2-YEAR-OLD BULL SALE

Charolais

For a decade now, we have been developing and breeding Charolais genetics. Our herd has grown from one cow to nearly 70 cows and back to 35 breeding females. The expansion and culling was in order to select the type of Charolais that will flourish in the systems that we and our clientele use. Cattle that are easy calving, vigorous at birth and maternal while still not losing focus on the superior traits that Charolais possess: performance based, stout, hairy, big pay weight stock. We have not worked to down size the white cows, however we have been successful at making them easier fleshing, lower maintenance and harder working.

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FLASK 153E WHITE | POLLED | MC759042 | 23-MARCH-2017

sire dam CE

2

SPARROWS ARGO 316A LT RIO BRAVO 3181P 21Z ACT. BW

100 lbs

ACT. WW

748 lbs

O.G.WT

1724 lbs

CURRENT

2038 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 65: FLASK 153E

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BRICK 187E WHITE | POLLED | MC759043 | 05-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

SPARROWS ARGO 316A KKK BRONCO 2204P 67C ACT. BW

88 lbs

ACT. WW

639 lbs

O.G.WT

1473 lbs

CURRENT

1787 lbs

LEPTIN

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LOT 66: BRICK 187E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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EXPRESSO 49E WHITE | POLLED | PMC741335 | 22-JAN-2017

sire dam CE

1

HRJ BULLETPROOF 411B SVY FREEDOM PLD 307N SDC SHILOH 8S ACT. BW

104 lbs

ACT. WW

678 lbs

O.G.WT

1711 lbs

CURRENT

2025 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 67: EXPRESSO 49E

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EMILIO 36E WHITE | HORNED | MC741330 | 17-JAN-2017

sire dam CE

2

LOT 68: EMILIO 36E

PCC BALISTIK 441P HTA ICE 19X MVY CUTE SECRETS 45A ACT. BW

100 lbs

ACT. WW

662 lbs

O.G.WT

1688 lbs

CURRENT

2002 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


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EQUINOX 9E WHITE | HORNED | MC741273 | 07-JAN-2017

sire dam CE

MCF BOHANNON 305A LAE PARAGON 404P BAR EW TANYA 13T ACT. BW

1

108 lbs

ACT. WW

645 lbs

O.G.WT

1684 lbs

CURRENT

1998 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 69: EQUINOX 9E

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CORBIEL 189E WHITE | POLLED | MC759046 | 06-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

SPARROWS ARGO 316A FMX POUNDMAKER 13Y 327A ACT. BW

2

90 lbs

ACT. WW

735 lbs

O.G.WT

1353 lbs

CURRENT

1667 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 70: CORBIEL 189E

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JUNGLE 184E WHITE | POLLED | MC759051 | 03-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

4

SPARROWS ARGO 316A FMX POUNDMAKER 720X 150A ACT. BW

82 lbs

ACT. WW

641 lbs

O.G.WT

1347 lbs

CURRENT

1661 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 71: JUNGLE 184E

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LEON 160E WHITE | POLLED | MC759049 | 24-MARCH-2017

sire

SPARROWS ARGO 316A SCR TRIUMPH 2135 dam 66C CE

3

ACT. BW

96 lbs

ACT. WW

647 lbs

O.G.WT

1338 lbs

CURRENT

1652 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 72: LEON 160E

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KALE 196E WHITE | POLLED | APPLIED | 11-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

4

SPARROWS ARGO 316A SDC ADI 33A 71C ACT. BW

80 lbs

ACT. WW

626 lbs

O.G.WT

1359 lbs

CURRENT

1673 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 73: KALE 196E

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IMPRESS 741E WHITE | POLLED | PMC733701 | 02-FEB-2017

sire dam CE

2

SPARROWS BRAXTON 519C SPARROWS PANAMA 826U BECK’S TASSEL 28Z ACT. BW

90 lbs

ACT. WW

653 lbs

O.G.WT

1537 lbs

CURRENT

1851 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 74: IMPRESS 741E LOT 25: RICK 237D

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GEORGE 201E WHITE | POLLED | MC759047 | 17-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

3

SPARROWS ARGO 316A PLEASANT DAWN RELIC 4Y 150B ACT. BW

94 lbs

ACT. WW

665 lbs

O.G.WT

1466 lbs

CURRENT

1780 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 75: GEORGE 201E

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GENERAL 205E WHITE | POLLED | MC759048 | 15-MAY-2017

sire dam CE

3

LOT 76: GENERAL 205E

SPARROWS ARGO 316A WINN MANS CUERVO 663Y 145C ACT. BW

98 lbs

ACT. WW

664 lbs

O.G.WT

1346 lbs

CURRENT

1660 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


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ZEALOUS 709E WHITE | POLLED | PMC732746 | 14-JAN-2017

sire dam CE

CEDARDALE ZEAL 125Z BECK’S TITAN 818U BECK’S DISCO 89C ACT. BW

3

96 lbs

ACT. WW

756 lbs

O.G.WT

1548 lbs

CURRENT

1862 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

LOT 77: ZEALOUS 709E

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WANDER 203E WHITE | POLLED | MC759045 | 29-APRIL-2017

sire dam CE

80

90 lbs

ACT. WW

703 lbs

O.G.WT

1331 lbs

CURRENT

1645 lbs

LEPTIN

SC

WHITE | POLLED | PMC733819 | 03-APRIL-2017

dam CE

2

CEDARDALE BRILLIANCE 119B STEPPLER ORCH 103A BECK’S JEZZY 6C ACT. BW

101 lbs

ACT. WW

708 lbs

O.G.WT

1556 lbs

CURRENT

1870 lbs

WHITE | POLLED | PMC741367 | 25-JAN-2017

dam

WIT 748E sire

EDDY 63E sire

SPARROWS ARGO 316A PLEASANT DAWN RELIC 4Y 284A ACT. BW

3

79

LEPTIN

SC

CE

2

MR LOUBER MANTRACKER 830B STEPPLER VELTRO 226A MVY ROBIN 45C ACT. BW

96 lbs

ACT. WW

644 lbs

O.G.WT

1434 lbs

CURRENT

1748 lbs

LEPTIN

SC


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TERMS & CONDITIONS CONDITIONS & GUARANTEES: All entries sell with a

responsible breeder’s guarantee of satisfaction. In the unlikely event of any dispute whatsoever, regular terms & conditions shall apply in accordance with the Canadian Angus Association Code of Ethics. ALL CATTLE ARE SOLD subject to tests as required for export under Regulations of the Health of Animals Branch, Department of Agriculture for Canada. Export health chart and brokerage charges are the responsibility of the purchaser. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Cash or cheque payable to the clerk of sale on sale day. U.S. Funds will be accepted at the current Rate of Exchange on sale day.

HOLDING & SHIPPING: Approximately one week is

required for export transfers and other documents to be processed. Export animals will be held at the Sale location at no charge and under excellent care. Joint export shipping arrangements to obtain minimal shipping cost will gladly be made if instructions to that effect are provided to Clerk of Sale at time of settlements. TRUCKING: Free delivery will be available for any bulls selling for $3,500 or more. Bulls selling for less will be delivered at cost, except if multiple lots are purchased, delivery is free. Delivery will begin mid April, anyone requiring their bull for May turnout will have them delivered in April. Most deliveries INSURANCE: Ownership risk to purchaser commences will be to your yard, however some may be to when auctioneer’s hammer falls. Full mortality insur- central locations due to size and time. If the truck is headed past your yard, expect your bull to be on ance is available sale day. Cattle returning to Moose it. Anyone taking advantage of the delivery option Creek Red Angus after the sale must be insured.

must insure their bull, no exceptions. HAUL YOUR OWN: Bring your trailer sale day and receive a $250 discount per bull.

OWNERS: Reserve the right to withhold from export shipment animals for whom Buyer or Buyer’s agent have not made arrangements for payment in full, or other satisfactory arrangements, prior to time of export departure. ALL PERSONS who attend the sale do so at their own risk, and the owners and sale staff assume no liability, legal or otherwise, for property loss or for any accidents that may occur. VOLUME PURCHASES Any buyer purchasing three or more bulls of any breed will receive 5% off of the purchase price total.This can be used with the “haul your own” discount.


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GLOSSARY

DETAILING TERMS USED IN THE CATALOGUE The data we supply in the catalogue is actual, relevant numbers to help you make important selection and breeding decisions. These numbers include actual performance data taken at the stages of development that are critical to commercial operations: birth, weaning, and coming off of summer pasture. Current weights offer additional comparison tools.

CALVING EASE Scored 1-5, 1=less calving ease 5=most calving ease (see detailed description below) ACTUAL BIRTH WEIGHT The bull’s weight in pounds, taken at birth. ACTUAL WEANING WEIGHT The bull’s weight in pounds, taken at weaning. OFF-GRASS WEIGHT The bull’s weight in pounds, taken off of pasture on October 21, 2018. CURRENT WEIGHT The bull’s weight in pounds, taken at cataloguing time. LEPTIN Available prior to sale day on all bulls (see detailed description on page 35) SCROTAL CIRCUMFERENCE Available sale day.

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ACT. BW

ACT. WW

O.G.WT

EPD’S

CURRENT

LEPTIN

SC

CALVING EASE SCORE

EXPLANATION OF SCORE

PREFERRED FEMALE TYPE/AGE

1

Least calving ease

Mature Cows/Large Framed

2

Minimal difficulty expected

Cows/2nd calvers

3

No difficulty expected

Well developed heifers under supervision

4

Tremendous calving ease

Heifers of all sizes in minimal supervision

5

Exceptional calving ease

All classes with no supervision

MESSAGE FROM DARREN ABOUT the decision to not publish our EPD’s in the sale catalogue

this year. It was a choice we struggled with as I believe that EPD’s give one more set of information to use to choose your herdsire. The reason, mainly, is due to the inconsistency in the methodology that is being used by our Canadian Angus Association. Until the process is explained to us and we fully understand it, I do not have confidence that I can relay that data to our cutomers. Until then, we will not be publishing them. However, the bulls have them and if you are interested, please contact me prior to sale day and I can print off their numbers for you.


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Q • SELECT EXPL AINE D WHAT IS LEPTIN?

Leptin is a mammalian hormone with the primary function of decreasing appetite.

WHAT GENOTYPE OF LEPTIN IS PREFERRED? Leptin TT

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF LEPTIN TT CATTLE? Leptin TTs have an overall increased rate of fat accumulation compared to Leptin CC. FOR LEPTIN TTs, THIS MAINLY RESULTS IN: • increased weaning weight • increased cow productive life due to increased body condition score • increased milk production • increased 12th rib backfat • impacts yield grade & marbling (quality grade)

WHAT IS PMCH? PMCH (Pro-Melanin Concentrating Hormone) is a mammalian hormone that is involved in feed intake maintenance.

WHAT GENOTYPE OF PMCH IS PREFERRED? PMCH AA

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PMCH AA CATTLE? FOR PMCH AAs, THIS MAINLY RESULTS IN: • increased tenderness • increased marbling fat • increased 12th rib backfat

WHAT IS CRH CRH (Corticotrophin-Releasing Hormone) is a mammalian hormone that is involved in appetite control and stress response.

WHAT GENOTYPE OF CRH IS PREFERRED? CRH GG

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CRH GG CATTLE? CRH GGs have an overall increased carcass yield compared to CRH CCs. FOR CRH GGs, THIS MAINLY RESULTS IN: • increased hot carcass weight • increased rib eye area

WHAT IS IGF2? IGF2 (Insulin-like Growth Factor 2) is a mammalian hormone that is involved in lean muscle growth..

WHAT GENOTYPE OF IGF2 IS PREFERRED? IGF2 CC

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF IGF2 CC CATTLE? IGF2 CCs have an overall increased lean growth compared to IGF2 TTs. FOR IGF2 CCs, THIS MAINLY RESULTS IN: • increased rib eye area

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