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Plaintiffs Glenn W. Heppner, Irvin Heppner, and the Riverdale Water Company (hereinafter collectively referred to as "the Heppners") appeal from a judgment entered after a jury trial that awarded the bank a deficiency judgment for the difference between the amount due on a note executed by the Heppners and the amount realized from the sale of the collateral securing the note--a herd of cattle. The Heppners contend that in selling the cattle, the bank did not give the required notice and did not dispose of the collateral in a commercially reasonable manner, all as required by section 70A-9-504(3) of the Utah Code ("Utah UCC"). Therefore, the Heppners argue, the bank was not entitled to a deficiency judgment. The Heppners also claim that in repossessing the cattle, the bank, assisted by Cottam, committed a breach of the peace that entitled the Heppners to damages and that the trial court improperly instructed the jury on this issue. They contend that, applying the proper standard, the jury would have to have found for them. We reject these arguments, find no occasion to reach the remaining contentions, and affirm the judgment entered below.