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2019 Houston Magic XIX Sale Report

 

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2019 South Texas BBA Houston Futurity Sale Report

 

STBBA HOUSTON FUTURITY SALE

HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO

MARCH 1, 2019

 

23 BULLS $144,500  AVG $6,283

2 3N1 $8,500 AVG $4,250

4 PAIR $17,000 AVG $4,250

15 BRED $88,250 AVG $5,883

24 OPEN $81,300 AVG $3,388

2 PICK $21,000 AVG $10,500

1 SEMEN/EMBRYO LOT $6,880

71 LOTS $367,430 AVG $5175

 

TOP BULLS

LOT 73- SIRE, PANHANDLE DREAM, CONSIGNED BY STEVEN AND LYN ANDERSON, AMARILLO, TX;  SOLD TO FLYING B RANCH, LAPRYOR, TX FOR $23,000.

LOT 55-  SIRE, WPR’S CHICK MAGNET, CONSIGNED BY PAUL AND RHONDA WALLEN, LOCKWOOD, MO.;  SOLD TO JERRY VORDENBAUM, SEGUIN, TX FOR $22,000.

LOT 82-  SIRE, SUGAR BRITCHES, CONSIGNED BY KAREN AND TONY PSENCIK, SAN ANTONIO, TX;  SOLD TO IRACHETA, MEXICO, FOR $8500.

LOT 62- SIRE, COLLIER 3760, CONSIGNED BY SEVEN C ANDERSON CATTLE CO, VICTORIA, TX;  SOLD TO BAR M LAND AND TIMBER, BEAUMONT, TX FOR $7500.

LOT 61- SIRE L2 MAX, CONSIGNED BY TYLER GWOSDZ AND DANIEL DOMINGUEZ, ORANGE GROVE, TX;  SOLD TO KEN WALTHER, HOUSTON, TX FOR $7250

 

TOP FEMALES

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Organize that paper trail

 

By Gilda V. Bryant for Progressive Cattleman – original article

Today’s seedstock producers face the daunting task of organizing massive amounts of data from veterinary records, animal marketing reports, as well as collection and sales of semen and embryos.

While many purebred producers utilize spreadsheets and custom-designed computer software, this approach may not work for breeders with small herds.

Craig Bieber runs Bieber Red Angus Ranch near Leola, South Dakota. Lorenzo Lasater raises Isa Beefmaster cattle outside San Angelo, Texas. Jonathan Perry, general manager of Deer Valley Farm, raises Angus cattle near Fayetteville, Tennessee.

These producers share the filing systems that work for them, the various paperwork challenges they have faced and advice for other producers.

Q. How do you keep veterinary health records, sales and other information organized?

Bieber: We think electronically is the best way. We scan everything but keep and […]

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Performance Article Series: Purpose of the Seedstock Industry

 

By Lance Bauer, Director of Breed Improvement & Western Field Representative

Last month I wrote about breeding with a purpose, and I think that in order to breed with a purpose it is vital to understand the purpose of the Seedstock or Purebred industry. While it is nice to sell bulls for $20,000 and females for $10,000, the purpose of the Seedstock industry is not that, it is to produce cattle that will help the commercial producer become more profitable in what they do. Whether it is a small producer that just sells calves by the pound at the local auction barn or a large producer that sells pot loads of steers or even retains ownership of the cattle. Seedstock producers need to know their target audience and produce a product that will help the bottom line of their commercial customers.

A Seedstock producer needs to be in touch with the commercial […]

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Performance Article Series: Breeding with Purpose

 

By Lance Bauer, Director of Breed Improvement & Western Field Representative

It’s the front end of 2019 and by now most people have either stuck with their New Year’s Resolution or it was abandoned by the second week in January. I didn’t make a resolution this year, instead I was encouraged to come up with a word for the year. I decided that the word I would use is “purpose”. Purpose is a word that makes you stop and think about why you are doing what you are doing. Whenever I do something, I ask myself why and find the reason for that activity, granted some activities have the sole purpose of just allowing me to relax. I think that purpose is something you need to have when breeding cattle, from a broad sense, all the way down to making breeding decisions. I feel that my purpose for this breed is […]

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Buy a JBBA Ad and get a lot of Bang for Your Buck!

 

Proving to be a success in its inaugural year, JBBA is continuing its stock show exhibitor outreach promotion. We will be including a JBBA brochure along with breeder/company ads and promotional items in a JBBA bag that will be passed out at major stock shows beginning in January at the Fort Worth Stock Show. Each exhibitor that exits the showring will be given a JBBA goodie bag. These bags will touch many hands including parents, Ag teachers, 4-H leaders, etc., which all equates to potential Beefmaster buyers. JBBA’s outreach promotion is a great marketing opportunity for Beefmaster breeders and any agriculture-driven entity. The advertising exposure is endless. Promotional items may be included with the purchase of any ad size. Items may include koozies, notepads, pens/pencils, key chains, cups, business cards, etc. (limit of two per ad). If you are interested in including promotional items only, a standalone marketing opportunity is […]

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Live Oak BBA Bull Development Program 2019-2020

 

The 2019-2020 Live Oak BBA Bull Development Program to be conducted at:

LANDAIR, INC.

2050 Brown Ranch Lane

Beeville, Texas  78102

Mission: Provide a bull development program for LOBBA members.

Will include the following:

grow and condition yearling Beemaster bulls on a silage based ration
record average daily rate of gain (100-120 days test)
obtain weight per day of age
collect scan data and scrotal measurement
collect yearling weights
maintain growing period through summer months
conditioning and preparation for LOBBA Bull Sale 2020 acquire rate of gain during conditioning period

 

Bull eligibility: Ages September 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018

(Fall group: 9-1-17 through 12-31-2017;  Spring group: 1-1-18 through 5-31-18)

 

Requirements:

Current LOBBA membership
Entry nomination fee of $10.00 per bull to LOBBA

 

When arriving at LANDAIR (Brown Ranch):

Copy of BBU registration certificate
Legible permanent ID (brand or tattoo) , tag in left ear with ID and date of birth
Suggested health vaccination and protocol (see LANDAIR contract)
All bulls will be given a booster vaccine on […]

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New Fees Start January 1, 2019

 

By Collin Osbourn, Executive Vice President

As we get set to wrap up 2018 the Beefmaster office kicks into high gear. Between the last few sales and events of the year, the registrations and transfers and then the 2019 member renewals and dam inventories it has the staff working at a gallop. One thing is for sure though, we have a great crew that can handle the fast pace and get your work done!

In the past year BBU has made an investment in new technologies and programs that have allowed us to better service our members, give members better access to the registry system and improved turn around times for processing work. We have added to our field staff to better serve membership out in the field and added a JBBA program director to better facilitate our junior members and help grow their programs and events. With these investments come additional […]

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2018 Beef on Forage Beefmaster Bull Sale Report

 

Brenham, TX 10-20-18

156 lots for $1,106,000 to avg. $7,090

 

Top Selling bulls:

Lot 2 from Frenzel sold to John Gillespie, TX $29,000

Lot 3 from Lairmore sold to Blau Ranch, TX $25,000

Lot 17 from Miller sold to Trueheart, TX $25,000

Lot 1 from Miller sold to Chris Hearn, TX $22,500

Lot 5 from Vaughn sold to Lyssy Beefmasters, TX $22,000

Lot 6 from Eubank sold to Wallen/Holden, MO $20,500

Lot 8 from Lairmore sold to Ervin Allen, TX $20,000

Lot 7 Brown sold to Whiskey River, KS $16,000

Lot 11 Wallen sold to Larry Herd, TX $13,000

Lot 54 Blau sold to Frenzel Beefmasters, TX $12,500

Lot 13 Lairmore sold to Vaughn Farms, MO $12,000

Lot 22 FMC sold to Hood Hidden Hollow, OK $12,000

Lot 29 Brown sold to Whiskey River, KS $12,000

Lot 12 Frenzel sold to Gary Long, FL $11,000

Lot 14 Frenzel sold to MMM/Ronnie Felts, TX $11,000

Lot 20 Frenzel sold to Schneider and Sons,TX $11,000

Lot 15 Miller sold to Cory […]

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President’s Council Sale Report 2018

 

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL SALE

FRANKLIN, TN

OCTOBER 29, 2018

1 Bull $3,500
2 Pairs $17,500 Avg $8,750
8 Bred $35,500 Avg $4,438
6 Open $34,050 Avg $5,675
2 Picks $15,000 Avg $7,500
1 Semen lot $19,300
2 Embryo lots $15,200 Avg $7,600
22 Lots $140,050 Avg $6,366

Top Lots

9- Pair, calf sire BF’s Gold Strike, consigned by Bailey Farms, Pinson, TN:  Sold to Windy Hills, Poplarville, MS for $11,000.
10- Open, sire, Sugar Britches, consigned by Bailey Farms, Pinson, TN:  Sold to Roger and Beverly Austin, Marshville, NC for $9,500.
3- Bred to Sugar Britches, consigned by Painted Springs Beefmasters, Thompson Station, TN:  Sold to C & M Beefmasters, Kershaw, SC for $8,000.
13- Open, sire McAlester, consigned by Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, TX:  Sold to Brody Mason, Brownstown, IL for $8,000.
22- Open, sire, El Guapo, consigned by Golden Meadows Ranch, Cotulla, TX:  Sold to Jim and Pam Colvin, Seguin, TX for $8,000.

Other Lots

5B- Sugar britches semen, consigned by Painted Springs Beefmasters, Thompson Station, TN: […]

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