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Photo Gallery: Steffan Simmentals Bull Sale

Photos from the Steffan Simmentals Bull Sale

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A yearling black angus bull licks his nose, while puffing out misty clouds into the frigid artic-like air during the Steffan's 10th Annual Bull Sale in Killdeer Saturday. Breeders from across North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana participated in the event. (Jackie Jahfetson/The Dickinson Press)

The Steffan Simmentals Ranch of Killdeer hosted its 10th Annual Bull Sale Saturday, attracting breeders from across North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. A total of 48 yearling bulls, which included red and black angus, were auctioned off, with high hopes to excel at their new owner's ranch this summer and years to come.

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Jackie Jahfetson is a former reporter for The Dickinson Press.
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