That's a Wrap.
CPAR would like to thank all of their customers and help for making the 2018 Performance Plus Sale a success..
2018 SALE RESULTS
62 Fall Bulls
$231,750 Ave $3738
8 @ Year Old Bulls
$47,950 Ave $5994
70 Total Bulls
279,700 Ave $3996
29 Open Commercial Heifers
14 Commercial Pairs
Top 2 Year Old bulls:
Lot 82 $7500 to Haldemann Ranch, Chinook, MT
Lot 77 $7200 to Haldemann Ranch, Chinook, MT
Lot 79 $7000 to Robinson Ranch, Whitebird, ID
Lot 80 $6500 to Robinson Ranch, Whitebird, ID
Top Fall bulls:
Lot 29 $7000 to Neil Uptmor, Craigmont, ID
Lot 22 $6600 to Phillips Ranch, Baker, OR
Lot 10 $6500 to Brian Garner, Peck, ID
Lot 2 $6250 to Rad Ranch, Cottonwood, ID
Lot 23 $6200 to Kevin Zumwalt, Whitebird, ID
tOP LOTS 2018
We've highlighted some of our favorites for 2018
Camas Prairie DFnl Prd 6852
This son of Dameron Product229 had the heaviest yearling and weaning weights and was the top bull for WW and YW. Number five bull for Ribeye Area.
Camas Prairie Windy 6915
Calving Ease potential. Great ratios.
Camas Prairie Payweight 1682
Camas Prairie Regulator 6829
Low birth weight and a great yearling ratio.
Camas Prairie DFnl Prod 6814
The number two bull for the heaviest yearling weight and the third highest wean weight. He has the second highest WW, top 2% of the breed, and YW, top 4% of the breed.
Camas Prairie Regulator 6833
Number six in Ribeye Area and five for WW.
Camas Prairie Regulator 6868
Calving ease bull.
March 2, 2018
Lewiston Livestock Market
We will be having our own production sale this year and have included some females as well as our 32nd annual bull sale.
The females will sell as commercials with the right to add $200 per head and obtain the registration papers if you wish. We will have more information on the females on sale day (pedigree, etc.).
I have always said, and will continue to say, that no matter the market you need to surround yourself with good genetics. Pounds sell!! We have been stacking generation after generation of calving ease, high growth genetics to advance your herds and bottom line. Even though our cattle numbers are expanding, the exports are still growing with Asia only starting to get a taste for our good American beef! The demand should keep growing!
We have been very pleased with how well the bulls did on their dams last winter; it was the worst winter we have had in 40 years! We are offering the top 75 bulls of the calf crop, with over 50 head steered. Only the best sell! The bulls have been slowly developed on dryland grass and their mother’s milk. They are born on wheat stubble or dryland pastures, fed 2# to 4# of oats during the winter, then go back on dryland pastures with their dams in May, weaned off first part of July and fed our homegrown barley & oats & grass hay. The middle of October we changed to 6# to 8# of a corn oat mix with an added supplement at 1# per day with free choice alfalfa (2/3) and grass hay (1/3). They are in a ready to work condition! All are ear notched BVD Negative, will be semen tested and trich tested on those that need it, and be ready to go to work for you.
We have listed our vaccination protocol elsewhere in the catalog.
We are once again offering the first breeding season guarantee (explained elsewhere in the catalog). If you are not satisfied with your bull, we will do what it takes to make it right. We will once again offer $100 off per bull if you take him home from the sale.
If you are unable to make the sale or need help with your selections, we would be glad to help you. Contact us if you would like to participate, knowing that if you don’t like the bulls when you see them, you don’t own them!
Banner Bank will once again serve coffee and pastries the morning of the sale. We will host a tri-tip lunch cooked by the Idaho/Lewis County Cattleman’s Association, and with A Taste of Art catering the sides.
Once again thanks for your interest in our program. If there are any questions we can answer, feel free to ask Bob or Ray. We look forward to seeing you sale day!
C.D. “Butch” Booker, Auctioneer
Mark Frisbie, Western Ag Reporter
Logan Ipsen, Western Livestock Journal
Jake Troutt, American Angus Association
Rod Wesselman, Wesselman Livestock
Sale Day Phones
Bob Rylaarsdam (208) 983-6552
Lewiston Livestock (208) 743-5506
Ray Aiken (208) 507-2402
LEWISTON LIVESTOCK MARKET
Clay Bickford and Tony Seubert
Dr. Terry McCoy, Animal Health Center,
Island City, OR
Red Lion Hotel (208) 790-1000
Holiday Inn Express (208) 750-1600
Comfort Inn (208) 798-8090
Insurance will be available at the time
This year's Performance Plus Sale Catalogue .
We’ve taken our calves out of the feedlot folks. This is CPAR’s second year feeding calves on site. Our fall calves are born on wheat stubble and dry-land pasture grass. When winter hits, the calves receive a 2 pound/head/day ration of oats. Two months prior to weaning, our calves are out on dry-land pasture with their mothers. Weaned bull calves are brought in and started on free choice homegrown long hay consisting of 2/3 alfalfa and 1/3 grass and a 2 pound/ head/day corn & oat ration. This ration is gradually increased until the calves have reached 10 pounds/head, while they continue on free choice hay. This year we’ve added a grower pellet supplement to our homegrown feed to add to body condition. We are pleased with the results and feel you will be, too.
647 Fairview Road
Grangeville, Idaho 83530
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