18 Bulls $101,660 Avg $5644
7 pair $24,350 Avg $3478
12 Bred $83,350 Avg $6945
22 Open $115,150 Avg $5234
1 Open with Embryos $8100
60 Total Lots $332,550 Avg $5543
Lot 45- Sire, WPR’s Empire, consigned by Wallen Prairie Ranch, Lockwood, MO; Sold to Farm and Ranch, San Isidro, TX for $15,000.
Lot 57- Sire, WPR’s Chick Magnet, consigned by RTR Bo Johnson, Neosho, MO; Sold to Russell Simpson, Mo for $14,500.
Lot 55- Sire, Red Bull, consigned by 7C Anderson Cattle Co, Victoria, TX: Sold to Luciano Martinez, Mexico for $12,000.
Lot 44- Sire, L2 Crimson, consigned by L2 Ranch, Beeville, Tx ; Sold to Noel Ramirez, Mexico for $8,250.
Lot 48- Sire, Cain 613A, consigned by Roger Holden, Springfield, Mo; Sold to Hillside Farm, Hamilton, MS for $7250.
Lot 61- Open, sire, CF Riptide, consigned by Collier Farms, Brenham, TX; Sold to Jeffrey Sanchez, Rio Grande City, TX for $30,000.
Lot 23- Bred to CF Bravado, […]
The Southern Beef Performance Center is located in Williston, FL. Their mission is to promote the seedstock cattle industry by feeding and testing cattle to isolate top performing, efficient genetics. By testing genetic lines for efficiency, seedstock producers can provide data to back their bulls. In an industry measured in pounds of product, there’s little room for uncertainty with genetics. Take the guess work out of how your calf crop will perform and help your bottom dollar.
At the SBPC they have the capability to test 280 head per year, having four regularly scheduled tests a year. Their pens are 150’ x 100’. Each pen can hold up to 35 head, giving each head 425ft² of space & plenty of shade. Their test will be a 70 day gain test with a 21 day diet adaptation period and a cool down period. SBPC has a roughage-based ration that is developed by […]
BOERNE, Texas – Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) and DBL D BAR Beefmaster Ranch, Industry/New Ulm, Texas have successfully delivered 67 Beefmaster embryos to Kafkas University in Kars, Turkey. The embryos will be used to develop the foundation Turkish Beefmaster herd for crossbreeding with other native cattle such as; European Limousin, Charolais, Simmental and various breeds of dairy cattle. After four years of dedicated assistance from the Ankara Office of the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) and the U.S. Embassy Agricultural Attaché, this project is now in full operation.
On Monday, January 18 the delivery was confirmed by Sinem Duyum, Agricultural Specialist in the Office of Agricultural Affairs at the U.S Embassy in Ankara, Turkey.
“The Beefmaster embryos have just arrived in Istanbul and the shipment was successfully cleared from the Istanbul Airport custom,” said Duyum.
The Turkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock (MinFAL) granted final import permit approval under European Union (EU) […]
By: Lance Bauer, Director of Breed Improvement
2020 was a year to remember, or forget, if you would like. Items like toilet paper and meat disappeared from store shelves amid the COVID 19 pandemic. People learned to work from home, and most learned how to use Zoom for teleconference meetings, albeit some are better at it than others. Personally, I am excited that we are in a new year and hopefully we will be able to slowly get back to normal in 2021. One thing that 2020 did show us is how strong and resilient the cattle industry is. Producers kept producing through tough times and sales brought us together during the year. I hope everyone keeps a positive outlook and sets goals for this new year. When making your resolution to go to the gym, or to get organized and drink less; don’t forget your cattle operation. Make sure that […]
Third-generation Florida ranch builds better cows with Beefmaster genetics
Story and photos by Laura Conaway
A Beefmaster believer, Walton Cowart needs no convincing.
The third-generation cattleman, near Bunnell, Fla., has seen breed trends come and go; even tried a few himself. Now, with five years of Beefmaster bulls under his belt, he’s found the breed to keep.
The soft-spoken rancher isn’t one to push his opinion on another, though. In a room of opportunity, by choice his voice won’t carry.
“I think riding out here, looking at them says a lot more than I can say,” Cowart says, placing the burden of proof on the cows that graze his land. “Take a look and you’ll see what they [Beefmasters] can do in a cowherd.”
A June afternoon spent doing so reveals the rancher’s modest nature. In the house he designed by hand, overlooking the land he’s managed well, he prefers his successes show off without him.
The 2021-2022 Live Oak BBA Bull Development Program to be conducted at: LANDAIR, INC., 2050 Brown Ranch Lane – Beeville, Texas 78102
It is highly recommended that anyone planning to consign bulls to the 2022 LOBBA Bull Sale participate in this program.
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 2022 -acquire rate of gain during conditioning period
present a uniform, quality set of bulls to meet customer demand
Bull eligibility: Ages September 15, 2019 through April 30, 2020
(Fall group: 9-15-19 through 12-31-2019; Spring group: 1-1-20 through 4-30-20)
Current LOBBA membership
LOBBA entry nomination fee of $50.00 per bull will be included on first Landair, Inc. billing statement
Signed contract/agreement with Landair, […]