Splash has record-breaking lot average Friends and family gathered once again

in Cookeville Tenn., on September 13, to host the Fall A Splash of Color Sale. There was a lively crowd inside the Hyder-Burkes Ag Pavilion and everyone enjoyed a comple- mentary lunch from Moogies BBQ before the fun began.

The sale showcased 102 elite lots and the auction began at 12-noon local time. The auction featured 87 live animals that aver- aged a record-breaking $4906.32 per head. There were also 10 semen/embryo lots that averaged $1,570 each.

The Lot 50 donation, which is ded- icated to the sales’ founder, the late great Danny Stovall, brought $1,800.

The proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

High-selling buck was Lot 22, con- signed by Justin Dyjak of Sandy Ridge Boers, (JAD SRB King Maker) sold for $18,100 to Alberto Gonzalez of Aguirre Puerto Rico.

High-Selling doe was Lot 34, con- signed by Madison &Trevor Clemens of Dust Devil Ranch, (TRV/MADI GLO IN

The high-selling doe sold for $18,000.

THE DARK) sold for $18,000 to Jim Cul- well of Bird City, Kan.

The actual winning bids were nu- merous from both onsite attendees and online winners via DVauction. The sale included an outstanding set of all-colored goats offered for sale from some of the industry’s leading Colored Boer Goat Breeders. Big THANKS to all of the Splash family of consignors, Cindy Dusek of DVAuction, Drew Williams from American

The top-selling buck brought $18,000.

Realty & Auction Co., and Jason Brashear for his great commentating.

On behalf of all the participants, we congratulate both buyers and sellers alike for another great sale. We trust the purchases will do great things in the programs they are heading into. A Splash of Color family hopes everyone has a great rest of 2021, and we look forward to seeing everyone again at the 13th Annual Spring A Splash of Color sale in March 2022. n

Thunder Boer Goats top consignor at Midwest Madness The 4th Annual Midwest Madness Sale was held on October 9 at Manhattan, Kan. Col. Lynn Newby and Kyle Tate fired up the sale at 1 p.m. and excited buyers, both in person and online via DVAuction bid on all 69 lots offered. When the last gavel fell, eager buyers from across the nation had pur- chased progeny for their programs, with a lot average of $1,034.

The high-selling buck was ADGF Air Force One, consigned by Thunder Boer Goats and purchased by Mark and Elaine Ramsey of Too Many Irons Boer Goats for $3,500.

The high-selling doe was ADGF Rose- bud, also consigned by Thunder Boer Goats. She was purchased by Brad, Kris and Jason Cowan of Cowan Boer Goats for $4,300. Triple Heart Break Acres was the High-

The high-selling doe brought $4,300.

Triple Heart Break Acres was the volume buyer. Volume Buyer.

The Midwest Madness consignors would like to thank all who attended and bid in person, via phone and online. They invite you to join them next year on October 8 at the 2022 Midwest Madness Sale!

The 2021 Midwest Madness consignors.

The high-selling buck brought $3,500.

November 2021 | Goat Rancher


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