Join us in Pawnee Rock for the 11th Annual Predictable Genetics, Proven Performance Bull and Female Sale on March 6, 2021, selling 80 Shorthorn and Shorthorn Plus bulls and heifers. Check back for more details on the offering. The auction will be available through CCI.Live online. Register here prior to sale. See past sale info here.

2020 Bull Supplement Sheet

2020 Heifer Supplement Sheet

2020 Sale Report

Fall Bulls Average: $4646

Spring Bulls Average: $3271

Heifers Average: $1788

High selling bull $8750, Lot 6 to Crooked Post Shorthorns

Watch the 2020 sale here. 

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Fall Bulls

It is only appropriate to start off our 10th sale with a bull that has been decades in the making.  It is nearly impossible to find a chink in the armor of this future sire as there is no box left unchecked.  Answer 8742 is absolutely unparalleled in his combination of superior phenotype and superb array of performance figures.  He not only leads a powerful contemporary group, but is a breed leader in nearly every measurable category and has big time feed efficiency numbers.  Take note, this is a sire that will change the breed if not the industry.

The second in a powerful line of Answer sons that will prove to the industry what a powerhouse sire group the Answer’s are.  8751 reads in the top 20% of the breed for CE and BW epds and growth EPDs.  He ranks in the top 1% for Marbling and is one of the top feed to gain conversion and RFI bulls. 

A powerful made, long bodied Answer son.  He is out of one of the top bull producing mothers on the place as she produced the top feed efficiency sire a year ago and already has one of the top 2020 sire prospects on the ground.  Pacesetter Dam, SL Emma 0708 struck gold again with 8716.  Not only is he in the top 25% for BW EPD, but also in the top 20% for WW and YW and the top 5% for $BMI and $F.

We have not blended a better package of calving ease genetics and power than what this Optimus son possesses.  He has been the crowd favorite since birth and his dam has been a Pacesetter female for two consecutive years.  8724 ranks in the top 3% of the breed for MB EPD as well as top 15% across all 3 $Indexes.  You will drive a lot of miles to find a sire that achieves this type of balance.

A superior calving ease Count son that will be moderate on growth.  8745 is in the top 5% for CED and CEM and top 10% for BW and $CEZ and out of a cow that has indexed 109 and 102 for weaning and yearling and an incredible 132 for marbling.  The Okie cow family has long been known as one of our top producing cow families.

A top feed efficiency son by Optimus, 8735 combines a low feed intake with impressive gain to make a conversion number of 5.3 which ratios 130 for this fall group and a RFI of -7.1.  Couple the feed efficiency, breed leading growth EPDs, and superior carcass numbers and you have the feeding industry’s dream genetic package.

A high growth Optimus son by a daughter of the great Jake’s Jazzy 250J, who was also mother of the legendary Jake’s Proud Jazz. He was known across the country for being a balance of extreme muscle shape and superior calving ease.

An Answer son with impressive actual growth that indexes 111 and 105 for WW and YW but also has CE and BW epds in the top 20% of the breed.  His growth numbers are backed up by a 4.41 ADG on Growsafe which calculated as a 111 index in that group.

A Right Choice son that shows a great balance of calving ease and moderate growth as he is top 30-40% across all three $indexes a trait that is very common with his sire.  He puts this balance with an exceptional look and outstanding low feed intake which results in a 118 index for feed conversion.

A low birthweight Right Choice that is in the top 1% of the breed for CEM.  With his $CEZ in the top 15%, 8765 will be heifer safe and his pedigree suggests he will be moderate for growth.

Maybe one of the most expressively muscled bulls in the offering, Count 8786 is powerful in every dimension.  He is heifer safe and has tremendous calving ease numbers including a 107 birthweight ratio in a group of 36 and top 10% BW, CED, and CEM EPDs.  His mother’s progeny have indexed 106, 102, and 100 for birth, weaning and yearling.  Don’t overlook his solid feed efficiency numbers as well.

A high growth Count son whose dam is a half sister to the Lot 7 bull, out of the great Jazzy cow family.  This impressive individual ratioed 106 and 101 for weaning and yearling and 119 for marbling in his large contemporary group.

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