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The Number 1 sire of progeny registered by the American Angus Association in 2019 that ranked Number 3 in 2018, Cowboy progeny have been popular with all who have them.
During the spring of 2019, 18 bull sales reported by the American Angus Association were topped by a son of Cowboy Up, headlined by the $70,000 top-seller at Frey Angus Ranch, a $60,000 top-seller at Hinman Angus, a $26,000 top-seller for Hoffman in Nebraska and a $22,500 top-seller for Kesslers in Oregon.
Cowboy Up was the sensation of the spring 2016 bull sale season when two-thirds interest of him sold for $350,000, and at the 2017 Bases Loaded Sale, a 10% semen interest of him sold for $120,000 to make him one of the most valuable living Angus sires with a full sister heifer calf pregnancy to Cowboy Up selling for $50,000 to top that division of that very elite Angus sale.
Produced by a $100,000 Hinman Angus Pathfinder Dam whose five natural progeny have an average weaning ratio of 114 and an average yearling average ratio of 109, Cowboy Up has been used extensively across the breed, and in the spring of 2019, 18 sons of Cowboy Up topped Angus bull sales reported by the American Angus Association, and those top-sellers sold for an average price of more than $17,000.
One of the first daughters of Cowboy Up sold at auction commanded a bid of $52,500 for half-interest in the 2017 Big Event at Express, where another daughter from his first calf crop sold half-interest for $40,000, with his sons displaying the power, volume and extra muscle expression to be favorites of both purebred and commercial cattlemen.
In the Fall 2020 NCE update:
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