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Lazy JB Angus

Lot 2 the high selling bull at Lazy JB Angus sired by Gaffney Game Changer.
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• TFP Rep: Drew Feller

• Date of Sale: March, 7, 2020

• Location: Montrose, Colo.

• Auctioneer: Dennis Metzger

Averages

• 43 Yearling Bulls averaged $4,536

• 8 Open Heifers averaged $2,481

Top Bulls

• Lot 2 at $7,750 was Lazy JB Game Changer 9342. DOB: 2/16/2019. Sired by Gaffney Game Changer 371; MGS: Barstow Cash. He sold to Sef Valdez of Delta, CO.

• Lot 4 at $7,500 was Lazy JB Bankroll 9387. DOB: 3/10/2019. Sired by Stevenson Easy Money; MGS: Barstow Cash. He sold to Mundell Ranches of Walsh, CO.

• Lot 1 at $7,250 was Lazy JB President 9116. DOB: 2/21/2019. Sired by SAV President 6847; MGS: WK New Design. He sold to Sef Valdez of Delta, CO. ❖


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