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Houston Magic XX Sale Report

 

Houston, Texas – March 6, 2020

Lots Type Gross  Average
7 Bull $34,500.00 $4,928.57
27 Open Heifer $120,950.00 $4,479.63
9 Bred Heifer $45,000.00 $5,000.00
2 Donor Package $20,075.00 $10,037.50
3 Bred Cows $9,750.00 $3,250.00
3 Semen $51,785.00 $17,261.67
3 Frozen Embryo $28,250.00 $9,416.67
54 Total Lots $310,310.00 $5,746.48

 

Category Description Price Consignor Purchased by
Bred Heifer Lot 12 – BF 1805 – Cf Sugar Britches x CF 715/4 Silk Lady Bred to BF 1720 $7,500 Bailey Farms Janet Lagow, TX.
Lot 11 – BF 1802 – BF Goldstrike x CF 520/3 Super Sensation Bred to CJ’s Revolution $7,500 Bailey Farms Janet Lagow, TX.
Lot 16 – BF 1815 – Cf Sugar Britches x CF Tiger Time.    Bred to CJ’s Revolution $6,500 Bailey Farms Jose Louis Canales, MX.
Lot 50 – L 2 76/18 – L2 Turbo 21 x L2 52/11 Knockout Anna      Bred to L2 Crimson $5,500 L 2 Ranch Janet Lagow, TX.
Lot 58 – TT 2 – Cf Sugar Britches x L2 94/10 Jacklin                 Bred to JT The Rock $5,500 TT Beefmasters Stakes Beefmasters, LA.
Bred Female Lot 4 – CF 518/3 Visions Vanna – Vision x L2 94/05 Vanna Lu Bred to BF Colonel $7,100 Bailey Farms C4 Beefmasters, TX.
Pair Lot 6 – CF 994/4 Tiger’s Sensation – Cf Adrenaline x Simply Secret with Bull calf by BF Colonel $6,000 Bailey Farms SCS Family, TX.
Bull Lot 36 – JT 98 – L2 Infinity x JT 525 Danica $6,500 J & T Farm Penoles Beefmaster, MX
57 – TT 4 – Cf Sugar Britches x L2 94/10 Jacklin $6,500 TT Beefmasters Octavio Garcia, MX.
35 – JT 1417 Big Red – Cavalier x Sex Life Clone $6,000 J & T Farm Hernando Guerra, MX
Open Heifer Lot 51b – SG 58/8 – Painted Tiger x JT 7/6 Wicked Mojito $6,300 San Gabriel Kay Padon, TX.
Lot 3b – 598 ANS Starbright – Panhandle Dream  x Hilltop 937-2 $6,000 Anderson Beefmasters Emmons Ranch, TX.
Lot 38 – JT 75 – Painted Tiger x Cf 659 Madam Secretary $5,500 J & T Farm Jose Luis Canales, MX
Lot 47 – L2 5/19 – L2 Turbo 21 x L2 Peggy Sue $5,500 L 2 Ranch Sam Keene, LA.
Frozen Embryo Lot 39a – Cf Sugar Britches x L2 94/10 Jacklin $950 each J & T Farm L 2 Ranch
Lot 39c – Cavalier x Sex Life Clone $950 each J & T Farm Alejandro Gonzales, MX.
Semen Lot 25n – Painted Tiger $850 per unit Bailey Farms Rancho Pruneda, MX.
Lot 25r – L2 Synergy $800 per unit Bailey Farms Kacer Farms, KY.
Volume Buyers: Penoles Beefmaster, MX.; Janet Lagow, TX.; Octavio Garcia, MX.; Jose Luis Canales, MX.; Kacer Farms, KY.;

Alberto Perez, MX.; C4 Beefmasters, TX.: Emmons Ranch, TX.; Samuel Keene, LA.; Bar M Land & Cattle, TX.

Auctioneer – Anthony Mihalski
Sale Manager – Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, Bruce Robbins
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2020 Beefmaster Border Classic Sale Report

 

2020 Beefmaster Border Classic Sale – Edcouch, Texas – Feburary 22, 2020

Lots Type Gross  Average
1 Pairs $4,800.00 $4,800.00
41 Bred Heifer $109,800.00 $2,678.05
5 Bull $11,100.00 $2,220.00
9 Open Heifer $20,100.00 $2,233.33
6 Bred Cow $15,850.00 $2,641.67
1 Frozen Embryo $1,200.00 $1,200.00
63 Total Lots $162,850.00 $2,584.92

 

Category Description Price Consignor Purchased by
Bred Heifer Lot 29 – 8048 Polled Santa Maria – Polled Jersey Boy x Polled Red Beauty Bred to CF Fusion King $7,500 Santa Ana Collier Farms, TX.
Lot 13 – 7098 Package of Ace’s – Polled Red Package x Polled Red Ace Bred to SA Polled Comando $7,000 Santa Ana Wallen Prairie Ranch, MO.
Lot 10 – 7082 Sweet Coffee  – Polled Red Coffee x Polled Red Baby Bred to SA Polled Comando $5,100 Santa Ana Steve Cogdell, TX.
Lot 17 – 7114 Cosmopolitan Package – Polled Red Package x  Polled Cosmopolitan Bred to SA Polled Comando $4,500 Santa Ana Rodrigo Rodriguez, MX.
Lot 23 – 8016 Polled United Dream – Captain United x Miss CJ 972 Exposed to CF Fusion King $4,500 Santa Ana Vicente Garza, TX.
Lot 61 – 834 Miss Tiger’s Daisy – Phantom Tiger x Daisy Bred to Logans Vision $4,100 Pena Farms Chilo Guiterrez, TX.
Bred Female Lot 36 – Tiger Lady 523/13 – Painted Tiger x Cf 430 Bred to EMS Lead Gun $5,250 E & E Ranch Jim Colvin, TX.
Lot 37 – 6673 – Synergy x Tiger Secret Bred to CF Stiletto $3,250 E & E Ranch Roberto Rodriguez, TX.
Pair Lot 42 – EE Logan Sugar 229 – Double the Sugar x CF 695/4 with Heifer calf by CF Stiletto $4,800 E & E Ranch Collier Farms, TX.
Open Heifer Lot 50 – Betsy 326 – Cf Sugar Britches x CF 123/5 $3,400 E & E Ranch Argelio Garza, TX.
Bull Lot 35 – Red Tiger’s Package 8054 – Polled Red Package x Polled Red Tiger’s Baby $4,100 Santa Ana Chad & Cindy Hablinski, TX.
Frozen Embryo Lot 59 – CF Brock x EMS 905 $150 each Danny Arnold & Johnny Guin Bill Wilson, TX.
Volume Buyers: Pena Farms, TX.; Collier Farms, TX; Neal Hiatt, NC; Alejandro Hernandez, TX; Santa Ana, TX.; Rudy Cantu, TX.

Auctioneer & Sale Consultant – Anthony Mihalski

Sale Manager – Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, Bruce Robbins

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Animal ID Prefix FAQ

 

ANIMAL ID PREFIX SELECTION FORM

 

Q: What is an Animal ID Prefix?

A: An Animal ID Prefix is a combination of letters and numbers that precede the name or ID number of an animal. For example: CRO 15/22 or CRO Big Red

 

Q: How short or long does the Animal ID Prefix need to be?

A: This prefix must be a minimum of two (2) characters and up to a maximum of eight (8) characters (including spaces). Your Animal ID Prefix can only be a combination of letters and/or numbers, symbols or punctuation are NOT allowed. Please remember that animal names are limited to 25? characters, including the Animal ID prefix.

 

Q: Why has the Animal ID Prefix been established?

A: To help recognize and maintain recognition of the original owner of an animal.

 

Q: I have been using an Animal ID Prefix for many years now, do I still need to submit the form?

A: Yes, every member including Lifetime, Annual, Associate, Junior and International MUST complete and return the Animal ID Prefix form to FORMALLY REQUEST their membership’s Animal ID Prefix.

 

Q: Can I submit the form early to ensure that I get the requested Animal ID Prefix?

A: The requests are not done on a first-come, first-serve basis. As long as the BBU office receives your form by January 31, 2020 then your request will be considered on the same parameters as the other forms received on or before January 31, 2020. Animal ID Prefixes will be assigned based on historical use and/or length of continual membership status. They are not assigned based on who sent the form in first.

 

Q: How do I submit the form?

A: Once you receive the letter in the mail, you can submit the completed form by returning it to 118 W. Bandera Road, Boerne, TX 78006. Mail is the preferred return option, but emails and faxes will be accepted. The BBU office must receive the completed form NO LATER THAN JANUARY 31, 2020.

 

Q: What if I miss the deadline or do not request an Animal ID Prefix?

A: If an Animal ID Prefix is not established, then a random prefix will be assigned to the membership account.

 

Q: How does the Animal ID Prefix work when registering an animal?

A: At the time of the animal’s registration, the registry system will automatically prepopulate the animal name with the Animal ID Prefix followed by the animal’s ID number (example: CRO 15/22). At that time of initial entry, you may replace the animal’s ID number in the name field with a name like “Big Red”, but the prefix will always stay at the beginning of the animal’s name (example: CRO Big Red). Please remember that animal names are limited to 25 characters, including the Animal ID prefix. ANY name change after initial entry will incur the appropriate name change fees.

 

ANIMAL ID PREFIX SELECTION FORM

 

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Animal Name Change FAQ

So, you have purchased an animal with no name or you would like to change the name, so what do you do now?

To change a name on an animal, the office must receive written permission from the Breeder-Member-First Owner that is listed on the Certificate of Breeding in order to make the name change. Our rules state, that an animal has a name if there is anything listed in the “Named” section of the certificate, this includes an ID number. The fee to change an animal name for an animal with NO PROGENY is $20. The fee to change an animal name for an animal WITH PROGENY is $100. The best and most efficient way to change the name of an animal is for the member requesting the name change to directly contact the Breeder-Member-First Owner and obtain the written/emailed permission from them. Once the written/emailed permission is obtained, the letter/email can be mailed in along with the certificate for reprint (additional $10 fee) or the email can be forwarded along with payment information to our office staff members for update and billing. No new certificate will be issued unless the old certificate is returned. If the animal was purchased in a sale, the consignor may not be the Breeder-Member-First Owner of the animal. You will need to contact the Breeder-Member-First Owner for written permission to change the name and you will need to provide payment for the name change before it will be done. The BBU staff members will also need to know which sale it was purchased at.

To add a name for an animal with no name listed in the “Named” section of the breeding certificate, please return the certificate with the requested name written in the “Named” section and the office will add the name and reprint the certificate for a $10 fee. There is no fee to add a name to an animal with no previous name, only a fee to reprint the certificate. You can also email a BBU staff member the certificate number of the animal and the name you would like to add. The office will add the name into the system and the new name will print onto a new certificate when the original breeding certificate is returned for transfer or requested reprint.

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SFA State University Purple Premium Sale Report

 

November 9, 2019 – Nacogdoches, Texas

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Cain Cattle Co. Beefmaster Production Sale Report

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Red River Bull Sale Report

Red River Bull Sale – Nov. 2, Bonham, Texas

65 Lots – $229,600 – Avg. $3,532

Top Bulls:
Lot 1–Consignor: Bill and Angie Bruce, Pawhuska, Okla.; Sold to Nolan Ryan, Round Rock, Texas: $7,500
Lot 3–Consignor: Buttram Beefmasters, Anderson, Mo.; Sold to Forrest Brockman, Taiban, N.M.: $6,500
Lot 9–Consignor: Larry Buster, Oologah, Okla.; Sold to: Forrest Brockman, Taiban, N.M.: $6,300

Volume Buyers:
Chad Adams, Fort Towson, Okla.
Alan Lanik, Halletsville, Texas
Kent Love, Cyril, Okla.

Auctioneer:
Brandon Motley, Swink, Okla.

Sale managed & reported by:
Red River Beefmaster Performance Group

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Carr & Others Fall Sale Report

Carr & Others Fall Sale – Oct. 19, Floresville, Texas

7 Bulls – $28,000 – Avg. $4,000
9 3n1s – $54,750 – Avg. $6,083
1 Pair – $3,750
5 Fall Calving Heifers – $29,900 – Avg. $5,980
15 Spring Calving Heifers – $58,250 – Avg. $3,883
15 Bred Heifers/Cow (1) – $43,900 – Avg. $2,927
8 Yearling Open Heifers – $22,200 – Avg. $2,775
3 Open Heifers – $7,500 – Avg. $2,500

63 Lots – $248,250 – Avg. $3,941

Top Bulls:
Lot 1–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Eduardo Alexander, Laredo, Texas: $6,500
Lot 6–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Eduardo Alexander, Laredo, Texas: $5,000

Top 3n1s:
Lot 8–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Clint Nickles, LaVernia, Texas: $9,500
Lot 10–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Cullin Smith, Orange, Texas: $6,500
Lot 56–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $8,000
Lot 58–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,750
Lot 59–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,750
Lot 41–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $5,500
Lot 11– Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to JC Mazoch, Beaumont, Texas: $5,000
Lot 57–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Jaime Villarreal, Rio Grande City, Texas: $5,000

Top Fall Calving Heifers:
Lot 17–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Colson Cannon, Brooksville, Fla.: $7,000
Lot 15–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Randy Mason, Brownstown, Ill.: $6,000

Top Spring Calving Heifers:
Lot 23–Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Carlo Montalvo, Rio Grande City, Texas: $6,500
Lot 18–Consignor: Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas: $6,000
Lot 27–Consignor; Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas; Sold to Wesley & Tyler Gwosdz, Orange Grove, Texas: $5,000

Top Bred Heifer:
Lot 46–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas: $4,750

Top Bred Cow:
Lot 52–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Kaleb Vice, Youngsville, La.: $3,500

Top Pair:
Lot 63–Consignor: Billy & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Lauren Lyssy, Stockdale, Texas: $3,750

Volume Buyers:
Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas
John Mazoch, Beaumont, Texas

Auctioneer, co-managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-managed by:
Mike Green, Richards, Ga.
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas

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South Texas BBA Buccaneer Classic Sale Report

South Texas BBA Buccaneer Classic – Oct. 12, Robstown, Texas

13 Open Heifer Futurity Lots – $50,600 – Avg. $3,892
6 Bred Heifer Futurity Lots – $16,150 – Avg. $2,692
19 Miss South Texas Lots – $66,750 – Avg. $3,513

5 Bulls – $19,250 – Avg. $3,150
10 3n1s/Pairs – $24,800 – Avg. $2,655
13 Bred Heifers – $26,100 – Avg. $2,008
5 Open Heifers – $10,400 – Avg. $2,080

55 Lots – $152,850 – Avg. $2,779

Top Bulls:
Lot 41–Consignor: Flying B Ranches, La Pryor, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $8,750

Top Pair:
Lot 42–Consignor: Dr. Hector Villasenor, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to KW & Amy Pritchett, Montgomery, Texas: $3,500

Top Breds:
Lot 38B–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Cross Creek Ranch, Brenham, Texas: $3,600
Lot 18–Consignor: Dancing G’s, Barb & John Gillispie, The Woodlands, Texas; Sold to Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas: $3,250
Lot 19–Consignor: Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas; Sold to Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas: $3,000

Top Open Heifer:
Lot 4–Consignor: Collier Farms, Brenham, Texas; Sold to Golden Meadows Ranch, Helotes, Texas: $12,500
Lot 1–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas: $6,000
Lot 14–Consignor: Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $6,000
Lot 3–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to CG Farms, Brenham, Texas: $4,000
Lot 11–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to BJ Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas: $3,500

Volume Buyers:
BJ, Yvonne & Robert Kohutek, San Antonio, Texas
Golden Meadows Ranch, Helotes, Texas

Auctioneer, co-managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Co-managed by:
Mike Green, Franklin, Ga.

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Live Oak BBA Fall “Perfect Pair” Sale Report

Live Oak BBA Fall “Perfect Pair” Sale – Sept. 28, Three Rivers, Texas

6 Bulls – $9,200 – Avg. $1,533
26 3n1s/Pairs – $74,900 – Avg. $2,881
22 Bred Heifers – $39,900 – Avg. $1,773
17 Open Heifers – $25,700 – Avg. $1,512

71 Lots – $148,800 – Avg. $2,096

Top Bulls:
Lot 56–Consignor: Golden Meadows Ranch, Cotulla, Texas; Sold to Glen Jostes, Tynan, Texas: $2,000
Lot 33–Consignor: Jose O. Garza, Encino, Texas; Sold to Edward Wicker, Beeville, Texas: $1,500
Lot 72–Consignor: Armando Salazar, Kingsville, Texas; Sold to Edward Wicker, Beeville, Texas: $1,500

Top 3n1s:
Lot 2–Consignor: Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $11,250
Lot 4–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $4,500
Lot 18–Consignor: Joe Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,900
Lot 3–Consignor: Tony & Karen Psencik, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas: $3,700
Lot 27–Consignor: Rancho Tres Hijos, Tilden, Texas; Sold to Swinging B Ranch, Axtell, Texas: $3,200
Lot 10–Consignor: Hugh T. Chapman, Rockport, Texas; Sold to El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas: $2,000

Top Pairs:
Lot 24–Consignor: Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Jerry Vordenbaum, Seguin, Texas: $3,500
Lot 26–Consignor: Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,400
Lot 38–Exposed Pair; Consignor: Elton & Saundra Lieke, New Braunfels, Texas; Sold to David & Cathy Hallmark, Cost, Texas: $3,200
Lot 1–Consignor: Barney & Margie Lowery, Sweeny, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $3,000
Lot 9–Consignor: Hector Villasenor, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $2,500
Lot 12–Consignor: Hugh T. Chapman, Rockport, Texas; Sold to El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas: $2,000

Top 2018 Bred Heifers:
Lot 77–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Bill & Sheila Wilson, Edinburg, Texas: $2,700
Lot 62–Consignor: Bill Botard, Alice, Texas; Sold to Bob & Bonnie Siddons, Tilden, Texas: $2,400
Lot 21–Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $1,800

Top 2017 Bred Heifers:
Lot 65–Consignor: Jim Doty, Portland, Texas; Sold to Bill & Marie Welkener, Kenedy, Texas: $2,600
Lot 32–Consignor: Gerald & Christie Galbraith, Abilene, Texas; Sold to Double C Ventures Inc., Weesatche, Texas: $2,500
Lot 75–Consignor: Kohutek Brothers Cattle Co., Alvin, Texas; Sold to Dave Moore, George West, Texas: $2,000

Top Open Heifers:
Lot 78–Consignor: Farm & Ranch Beefmasters, San Isidro, Texas; Sold to Bill & Dusty Carr, Laredo, Texas: $3,000
Lot 55–Consignor: Jim Colvin, Seguin, Texas; Sold to Jose R. Garcia, Rio Grande City, Texas: $2,900
Lot 67–Consignor: David Campbell, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to Bill & Sheila Wilson, Edinburg, Texas: $1,500

Volume Buyers:
Silver Dollar Ranch, Goliad, Texas
Dave Moore, George West, Texas
El Tecolote Ranch, Linn, Texas

Auctioneer, managed, reported by:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

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