There was a full house at the Friday’s 81st Annual Williams Lake Bull Sale.
The sale kicked off at 11 a.m., with many people also watching it from the livestream broadcast.
When the Tribune visted the sale just after 1 p.m., the sale was in full swing, and within an hour some of the bulls had sold for as high as $8,600 and $9,200.
As he watched Cordell Pinchbeck move livestock outside, Pritchard producer Barry Mader, who brought his Glebvieh to the sale, said he was impressed with the sale this year.
“It has been really organized,” Mader said.
See the Tribune next week for more on the results of the show and sale.