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Covid-19 Could Not Stop The Madness – The 2020 March Madness Sale


Even Covid-19 could not stop the madenss.  The 2020 March Madness sale hosted by Jennifer and Chris Hill with the support of friends, staff, complete strangers and those who love the industry the sale took place.  In a new format, about 25 people were present adhering to “crowd rules,” another 398 people were registered online and countless folks tuned in just to watch. The cattle were appreciated and the sale concluded with an average of $5,300 on 90 of the 102 lots offered. Topping the sale was lot 32 September Andreas x EX95 Comet $17,400.  This outstanding Jersey calf was purchased by Misty Meadows, Tillamook, OR.  The 2nd highest seller was a Red & White  Warrior x EX96 Apple $14,000 purchased by Jamie Judd and Mike Deaver.  Rounding out the top sellers was Lot 2 a Milking Yearling, Avalanche x Saltalamacchia $11,700 purchased by BorderView Genetics & Stylin Genetics.


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