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Lotta bull in Beaverlodge

Bulls.

Roy and Erika Schweitzer had their annual Lazy S Charolais bull sale on March 18, and it was successful as always. The 40 red and white yearling bulls that sold brought in an average of $6,264, with more than 30 hopeful bidders taking place in person and a lot more bidding online.

The highest bid on the afternoon was $11,500, spent on the LAZY S MR FARM FRESH 3H bull. 

The sale was the Schweitzer’s sixth annual yearling bull sale. 

“We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who came to last year’s sale and supported us. Hope last year’s calving season was a success and best of luck in 2021!” the Schweitzers said in the sale program. 

The Schweitzers started in the Charolais business in 1981, and now have a cow herd of 190 purebred cows. They produce bulls with small heads and smooth fronts. 

“We are also very proud of the overall disposition of our herd,” the program read. 

The sale took place in Beaverlodge. 

Each of the bulls sold are guaranteed to pass the semen test and are surefire breeders. 

- Dillon Giancola