This event is important to the local cattle industry because it allows a local exchange between livestock buyers and sellers. Everyone has the opportunity to know their neighbors a little bit better and to celebrate the fact that agriculture is alive and vital in our area. It is truly a community experience that represents the best of our agricultural heritage.

The Community Agriculture Alliance, Routt County CattleWomen and CSU Routt County Extension and sponsor the North Western Colorado Bull Sale. For more information please call the Community Agriculture Alliance Office at 970-879-4370.

Steamboat Today article on 2013 Bull Sale

Bull Sale History
    2014 - 22 bulls @ $3150 average = $69,300
    2013 - 23 bulls @ $2204 average = $50,700
    2012 - 35 bulls @ $3200 average = $112,000
    2011 - 35 bulls @ $2686 average = $94,000 + 4 heifers @ $1050 average = $4200
    2010 - 26 bulls @ $2235 average = $58,000 + 6 heifers @ $938 average = $5628
    2009 - 36 bulls @ $1811 average = $65,200
    2008 - 47 bulls @ $1844 average = $86,668 + 14 heifers @ $801 average = $11,214
    2007 - 45 bulls @ $1844 average = $82,980 + 5 heifers @ $1000 average = $5000
    2006 - 45 bulls @ $2242 average = $100,890 + 10 heifers @ $875 average = $8750
    2005 - 41 bulls @ $2086 average = $85,526 + 10 heifers @ $850 average = $8500
    2004 - 44 bulls @ $1592 average = $70,050
    2003 - 47 bulls @ $1492 average = $68,250 

NW Colorado Bull Sale