Past Sales


2018 Fink Beef Genetics Bull Sale Report, Randolph, Ks.
October 31, 2018

294 head of fall 2017 born yearling Angus and Charolais bulls sold into 15 states.
153 head of Angus bulls averaged $5,475.
127 head of Charolais bulls averaged $6,375
14 Charolais X Red Angus cross bulls averaged 3,196.

High selling Angus lots included:
Lot 61, Fink 791 of2582 WI, a son of Sitz Wisdom, for $15,000 to Schlueter Ranch and Triangle J Ranch, NE.
Lot 48, Barrett 7221 4004 PW, a son of Payweight, for $13,500, to Hinkson Angus, Ks.
Lot 41, Fink 7031 of 4526 PW, a son of Payweight, for $10,000 to Robert Frymire, Okl.
Lot 80, Fink 763 of 5354 DA, son of Sitz Dash, for $10,000 to Schlueter Ranch, NE.
Lot 3, Fink 780 of 1541 RCE, son of Resource, for $10,000 to Vision Quest, KS.
Lot 54, Fink 7040 of 4595 PW, son of Payweight, for $10,000 to Shan Hullman, Ks.

High selling Charolais lots included:
Lot 171, LCC 7951 of 4295 GS, Fink Gold Standard son, for $9,500 to Sonderup Ranch, NE.
Lot 202, Fink 7515 of 452 GS, Fink Gold Standard son, for $9,500 to McNickle Charolais, Ks.
Lot 166, Fink 7875 of 2542 GS, a Fink Gold Standard son, for $9,000 to Tankersley Farm, GA.
Lot 233, Fink 7788 of 08 FL, a Free Lunch son, for $8,500 to Wickstrum Farm, Ks.

High Selling Charolais X Red Angus lots include:
Lot 289, Fink 7779 of 5801 Rebel, a son of Rebel, for $5,000 to Jones Farms, Mo.
Lot 294, Fink 7767 of 5763 Rebel, a son of Rebel, for $4,250 to Tom Linder, Ks.

Jim Birdwell and Matt Lowery served as auctionners

2017 Fink Beef Genetics Annual Bull Sale Results
October 25, 2017

320 head of fall 2016 born yearling Angus and Charolais bulls were sold into 14 states.
177 head of Angus bulls averaged $5579.00
143 head of Charolais and Charolais Cross Red Angus bulls averaged $5578.00

High selling Angus lots included:
Lot 51, Fink 6749 of 1342 WI, son of Sitz Wisdom, for $17,000 to Frankie Holloway, Ks.
Lot 185, Fink 6490 of 1805 Fort, son of Fortunate Son, for $11,000 to Kevin Tomera, Nv.
Lot 18, Fink 6531 of 3423 RCE, son of Resource, for $10,500, to Schlueter Ranch, Neb.
Lot 53, Fink 6753 of 1432 WI, son of Sitz Wisdom, for $10,500 to Rocking A Ranch, Ks.
Lot 55, Fink 6748 of 0757 WI, son of Sitz Wisdom, for $10,500 to Steve Douglas, Ark.
Lot 60, Fink 6574 of 2231 DA, son of Sitz Dash, for $10,500 to Wickstrum Farms, Ks.
Lot 83, Barrett 6648 4004 PW, son of Basin Payweight, for $ 10,000 to Frankie Holloway, Ks.

High selling Charolais lots included:
Lot 194- Fink 6107 of 3832 GS, a Fink Gold Standard son, for $12,000 to Galen Wilson, Mo.
Lot 245- Fink 6250 of 218 NS TW, a son of New Standard, for $11,000 to three breeders from Nebraska: Sonderup Charolais Ranch, Eickhoff Farms, and Dale Funk.
Lot 256- Fink 6260 of 32 NS, a New Standard son, for $10,000 to Perkins Prothro Ranch, Tx.

High selling Char X Red Angus lots included:
Lot 306, Fink 665 of 4309 Ult, son of Brown Ultimate, for $6,500 to Gail George, Ks.
Lot 318, Fink 659 of 4295 Ult, son of Brown Ultimate, for $6,500 to R.A. Roberts Ranch, Fl.

Jim Birdwell and Matt Lowery served as auctioneers.

2016 Fink Beef Genetics Annual Bull Sale Results
October 26, 2016

293 head of fall 2015 yearling Angus and Charolais bulls were sold into 14 states.

159 head of Angus fall 2015 born bulls averaged $5,191.

132 head of Charolais fall 2015 born bulls averaged $4,617.

High selling lots included: The Angus bulls ranged in price from $2,750 to $12,000 and the Charolais bulls ranged in price from $2,250 to $10,750.

Jim Birdwell and Matt Lowery served as auctioneers.

2015 Fink Angus and Charolais Bull Sale
October 28, 2015

317 head of fall 2014 yearling Angus and Charolais bulls were sold into 14 states and Kansas with the following results:

2014 Fink Angus and Charolais Bull Sale
October 29, 2014


336 head of fall 2013 yearling Angus and Charolais bulls were sold at the 24th Annual Fink Beef Genetics Bull Sale, Randolph, Kansas, on October 29, 2014, with the following results:

The Angus bulls ranged from $4,500 to $15,000( 1st 100 bulls averaged $8,450)
The Charolais bulls ranged from $5,000 to $13,000( 1st 100 bulls averaged $ 8,150)

Buyers were from 17 states. 98% of the offering sold to commercial cowmen. 95% of the offering sold to repeat buyers. Matt Lowery and Jim Birdwell were the auctioneers.