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Slovek Ranch

Slovek Ranch

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Angus & Angus Plus Genetics
Bill & Pennie Slovek 
(605) 457-2311Cell: (605) 685-3588slovek@gwtc.net
Bo Slovek 
(605) 457-2003Cell: (605) 454-8124boslovek@goldenwest.net
20901 Slovek RoadPhilip, SD 57567
Tuesday, April 2, 2013Sale Time: 12:00 Noon (MT)Philip (SD) Livestock AuctionSale Day Phone: (605) 859-2577
 Join us for a complimentary lunch prior to the sale! 
Auctioneer:Lynn Weishaar(605) 866-4670
Beau Ravellette...........................(605) 685-8155
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Don Ravellette.............................(605) 685-5147
Cattle Business Weekly 
Dan Piroutek................................(605) 544-3316
Tristate Livestock News
Vern Frey.....................................(701) 537-5383
 Angus Journal 
$75.00 credit on a future sale if you haul your bull(s) home sale day. Freedelivery on all bulls within 300-mile radius of Philip. After 300 miles, delivery at cost. If necessary, we will take bulls home, at buyer’s risk, until May 1st anddeliver at $3.00/day cost for yearlings and $4.00/day for two-year-olds.
All bulls guaranteed for soundness, fertility and will have passed a breedingexam.
All bulls selling for $2,500 or more will be covered 50% by Slovek Ranch if they are injured during their first breeding season. Breeding season is definedas the 60-day period (not to exceed September 1, 2013) following the firstturnout of the bull. Fifty percent of the value of the injured bull, minus one-half salvage, will be given as credit in a future sale or toward a replacementbull if one is available. Salvage value, if any, will be split equally between thebuyer and Slovek Ranch. Please notify us as soon as possible if injury shouldoccur and prior to the injured bull being sold. All injured bulls must beidentified and diagnosed by a veterinarian and claims made beforeSeptember 1, 2013.
Example A:
A $5,000 bull is injured and will not heal. A credit of $2,500minus one-half of any salvage.
Example B:
A $2,500 bull is injured and will not heal. A credit of $1,250minus one-half of any salvage.
Example C:
A $1,800 bull is injured and will not heal. No credit is given.Buyer retains all salvage.
This does not cover mismanagement or neglect.RETAINING INTEREST:
Slovek Ranch retains the right to collect semen on every bull at our cost andat buyer’s convenience. Full possession and full salvage value sells on all bulls.
We will be offering a volume discount credit for future sales. You pay whatyou bid and credit for future sales will be as follows:
1% of purchase price of 3rd bull2% of purchase price of 4th bull3% of purchase price of 5th bull4% of purchase price of 6th bull5% of purchase price of 7th bull6% of purchase price of 8th bull7% of purchase price of 9th bull8% of purchase price of 10th or more bulls
Catalog produced by
Ravellette Publications, Inc.
P.O. Box 788, Philip, SD 57567
(605) 859-2516
Don Ravellette ~ (605) 685-5147 • Beau Ravellette ~ (605) 685-8155ads@pioneer-review.com
Alsoon:Under PhilipLivestock
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Dear Cattle Producers,
Welcome to our annual production sale. This year, there are 20 two-year-old bulls, four  Angus, four red composites and 12 blackcomposites. We are backing up part of thecalving season on the cows to be more in syncwith Mother Nature. I’m getting smarter (or older). These bulls were too young to sell as yearlings.There will be about 50 yearling bulls, 10 Angus, four red composite and 30-40black composites. Most of the Angus bulls will work on heifers or well as a handful of the composites. They have had all their calf shots at branding, preconditioning and again in December. They have had PregGuard, footrot, pinkeye and Wortshield and been wormed. All of our data is run through the Simmental Association. When they do our weaning data, they take out all of the crossbred vigor growth so that all calves areequal as if they were all purebreds. The crossbred number (CBV) is the differencebetween the adjusted weaning weight as a purebred, and a traditional adjusted weaning weight that only adjusts for age of calf and dam.We will have two-year-old pairs again with A.I. calves at side. These are the front end heifers out of our clean-up bulls. There will also be a few three-, four- and five- year-old cows with A.I. calves that hadn’t calved yet when they were two-year-olds.They had their breeding shots last fall and werewormed. There should be30+ pairs.The sale can be viewed online at DVAuction.comunder Philip Livestock.See you April 2nd at noon. Lunch is on us! 

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