The Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association’s 97th Annual Pride of the Prairies Bull Show and Sale has been a strong event for the Midwest area once again.
Top quality bulls brought a large crowd to the sale, making it a tremendous success, according to the Association. A total of 126 bulls were sold for an average of $4,719 and a Gross Sale of $594,650. The overall total for sales is up from last year’s event. While 2015’s 96th annual Pride of the Prairies saw the average sale price on a bull go for over $200 more, at $4,977, this year’s Gross Sales amount was over $150,000 more than in 2015.
The highest selling bull was our Grand Champion Black Angus Halter Bull exhibited by Jayden and Jaxon Payne of Lloydminster, SK. The bull sold for $9,000 to Duriez Ranching of Frenchman Butte, SK.
The Association expresses its congratulations to all consignors and buyers.
The Lloydminster Agricultural Exhibition Association is a community based organization serving Lloydminster and area since 1904. The Association exists to enhance both the agricultural and urban communities, by providing facilities and resources for the development and conducting of business, education, social and recreation activities throughout the year