• Tag #009, Rucker Angus

  • Tag #015, Ficken Angus

  • Tag #019, Ficken Angus

  • Tag #019, Rucker Angus

  • Tag #23, Schlegel Angus

  • Tag #026, Rafter W Cattle Co, Simmental Bull

  • Tag #27, Schlegel Angus

  • Tag #030, Rafter W Cattle Co, Simmental Bull

  • Tag #038, Ficken Angus

  • Tag #044, Ficken Angus

  • Tag #916, Schlegel Angus

  • Tag #923, Schlegel Angus

  • Tag #933, Rucker Angus

  • Tag #934, Schlegel Angus

Thank you to all our patrons and buyers! We look forward to serving you in the coming year!

See you next year, March 16, 2022!


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2021 Sale Averages

Sale Bull Average $3414  |  13 Angus Bulls (18-24mo) $3108  |  27 Yearling Angus Bulls $3541

High Selling Angus (18-24mo) Lot 27 $4000, Lot 4 $3900  |  High Selling Angus Yearling Lot 46 $6200, Lot 34 $5500

Sim/Sim Angus 1 Bull (18-24mo) $3100  |  Sim/Sim Angus 3 Yearling Bulls $3000

High Selling Sim-Angus Yearling Bull Lot 50 $3700

18 Yearling Open Angus Heifers $993  |  3 Bred Angus Cows $1358  |  5 Angus Cow/Calf Pairs $1660

 


 

Mid-Kansas Angus Breeders (MIDKAB) produce high-quality Angus for purchase every year. Derrick Schlegel with Schlegel Angus, Craig Rucker with Rosemayne Angus, and John Ficken with Ficken Angus Farms offer a premier selection of bulls.

Although we have three different breeding programs represented, we all have the same goal of providing cattle that will work in any operation.

When we started the sale in 1996, we didn’t really know what to expect. Calf prices were low and most of the experts were saying you couldn’t make money in a cow-calf operation. But thanks to continuing support, the sale has improved and grown more successful and productive.

Our breeding programs all have the same goals: fertility, calving ease, above-average growth, good carcass values, strong maternal traits, good disposition, and moderate cow size.