Beefmaster Network Performance Sale – Sept. 8, Franklin, Tenn.

5 Bulls – $19,200 – Avg. $3,840
3 3n1s – $28,750 – Avg. $9,584
3 Pair – $16,250 – Avg. $5,417
23 Bred – $82,950 – Avg. $3,607
12 Open – $37,250 – Avg. $3,105
3 Picks – $14,750 – Avg. $4,917
1 Flush – $6,500
1 Semen lot – $6,325
3 Commercial lots – $24,500 – Avg. $8,167

54 Lots – $236,475 – Avg. $4,380

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 23–Consignor: Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.; Sold to Mike Savage, Hamilton, Miss.: $5,700
Lot 37–Consignor: Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C. Sold to Perry Harris, Mooresboro, N.C.: $4,000

 

Top Females:
Lot 22–3n1; Consignor: Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.; Sold to Mason Cattle Co., Brownstown, Ill.: $15,000
Lot 3–ET pair; Consignor: Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.; Sold to Bar G, Rogers, Texas, and Casey Ballard, Bryan, Texas: $10,000
Lot 32–3n1; Consignor: Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.; Sold to Clay Floyd, Jeffersonville, Ga.: $10,000
Lot 8–Exposed to Lights Out; Consignor: Channarock Farm, Rockfield, Ky.; Sold to Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.: $7,500

 

Volume Buyers:
Wayne Mullins, Bradyville, Tenn.
Mason Cattle Co., Brownstown, Ill.

 

Auctioneer:
Tim Haley, Bowling Green , Ky.
Sale Consultant:
Bruce Robbins, San Antonio, Texas
Sale Manager & reported by:
3G Sales & Service, Franklin, Ga.

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SEBBA Convention Sale – Aug. 25, Tunica, Miss.

4 Bulls – $10,650 – Avg. $2,663
9 3n1s – $25,100 – Avg. $2,789
6 Pair – $11,400 – Avg. $1900
22 Bred – $52,650 – Avg. $2,394
10 open – $21,850 – Avg. $2,185
1 pick – $5,200

52 Lots $126,850 – Avg. $2,440

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 45–Consignor: Gerry Stricklin, Savannah, Tenn.; Sold to Mark Gober, Seminole, Okla.: $5,750
Lot 21–Consignor: Ken Dougan, Tignall, Ga.; Sold to Mark Gober, Seminole, Okla.: $2,000

 

Top Females:
Lot 8–Bred; Consignor: Bailey Farm, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Gerald Ellenburg, Danville, Ala.: $5,500
Lot 24–3n1; Consignor: Rick Everett, Dresden, Tenn.; Sold to Clay Mills, Mt. Airy, N.C.: $4,300
Lot 49–3n1; Consignor: Windy Hills, Poplarville, Miss.; Sold to Mark Gober, Seminole, Okla.: $4,250
Lot 3–Open; Consignor: Bailey Farm, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Paul Wallen, Lockwood, Mo.: $4,000

 

Volume Buyers:
Ernie Dominguez, Austin, Texas
Mark Gober, Seminole, Okla.
Ty Reeves, Carthage, Miss.
Hiatt Diamond H, Mt. Ulla, N.C.

 

Auctioneer:
Gerald Bowie, West Point, Ga.
Sale Manager & reported by:
3G Sales & Service, Franklin, Ga.

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Junior Beefmaster Hosts 34th National Show and Convention

Boerne, Texas – More than 200 Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association (JBBA) members gathered the week of July 15-21, 2018, at the Four States Fairgrounds and Holiday Inn Convention Center in Texarkana, Ark., for a fun-filled week at the 2018 JBBA National Show and Convention.

 

In addition to the cattle shows, the event also included contests, leadership training, engaging speakers, a live and silent auction fundraiser, family fun night, the annual awards banquet and dance and other exciting activities.

 

Bonnie Ramirez, JBBA Coordinator, said if she had to describe the week-long event in a few words they would be “An Awesome Experience.”

 

“Though it was a long, hot and tiring week; the fellowship, fun and comradery experienced was one like no other,” Ramirez said. “I am so proud of the Beefmaster youth. They did great participating in contests, showing their animals, meeting and making new friends, and working. It takes a village to execute an event as such and our youth leaders, adult leaders, volunteers and generous sponsors definitely helped accomplish a successful event. I am proud to be a part of this great association and program.”

 

Collin Osbourn, BBU Executive Vice President, expressed appreciation for all those that made the event possible.

 

“We are thankful for everyone who donated their time and resources to make Nationals possible and support the JBBA this year be it through volunteering, donations, or participating in the auction fundraisers,” said Osbourn.

 

During the convention JBBA members elected the following individuals to represent them as the 2018-2019 JBBA Board of Directors and Officers.

  • President: Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas
  • President Elect: Braylee Mackie of Lott, Texas
  • Secretary: Amanda McCoskey of Simms, Texas
  • Treasurer: Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi
  • Reporter: Caitlin Vargas of Edinburg, Texas
  • District 1 Directors: Brynna Hardin of Sweeny, Texas, and Gracey Leopold of West Columbia, Texas
  • District 2 Directors:  Kodi Stapp of Shawnee, Oklahoma and Kevin Paris of Azle, Texas
  • District 3 Directors: Reece Wrobleski of Anderson, Texas, and Isaiah Madison of New Ulm, Texas
  • District 4 Directors: Victoria Vera of Edinburg, Texas, and Kirstin (Nikki) Brady of Carrizo Springs, Texas
  • District 5 Directors: Camrin Byers of Henrietta, Texas, and Troy Glaser of Rogers, Texas
  • Director at Large: Faith Martin of New Ulm, Texas

 

The annual event consisted of several competitions including public speaking, photography, power point presentation, livestock judging and herdsman quiz.

 

The winners of the public speaking contest are as follows:

  • Junior 1st place: Braeden Lee of Azle, Texas
  • Intermediate 1st place: Weston Brooks of China, Texas
  • Senior 1st place: Saige Tassin of Bush, Louisiana

 

The winners of the photography contest are as follows:

  • Junior 1st place: Eli Middleton of Alto, Texas
  • Junior 2nd place: Jackson Pounds of De Leon, Texas
  • Intermediate 1st place: Emerson Dean of Colleyville, Texas
  • Intermediate 2nd place: Sarah Wells of Grapevine, Texas
  • Senior 1st place: Mayson Pounds of De Leon, Texas
  • Senior 2nd place: Jarrett Mackie of Lott, Texas

 

The winners of the power point presentation contest are as follows:

  • Junior 1st place: Cody Barnett of Decatur, Texas
  • Intermediate 1st place: Bennett Janssen of Victoria, Texas
  • Intermediate 2nd place: Emerson Dean of Colleyville, Texas
  • Senior 1st place: Sierra Rhodes of Raymondville, Texas
  • Senior 2nd place: Haley Guerrero of Fayetteville, Texas

 

The winners of the livestock judging contest are as follows:

  • Junior 1st place: Cody Barnett of Decatur, Texas
  • Intermediate 1st place: Kortlynn Brantner of Sealy, Texas
  • Senior 1st place: Emily Martin of New Ulm, Texas

 

The winners of the herdsman quiz contest are as follows:

  • Junior 1st place: Jack Redden of Midway, Texas
  • Intermediate 1st place: Weston Brooks of China, Texas
  • Senior 1st place:  Emily Martin of New Ulm, Texas

 

JBBA members exhibited their cattle in six different shows over the week, including; an ultrasound carcass contest, showmanship competition, a bred and owned heifer show, a bred and owned bull show, a Beefmaster E6/Advancer heifer show and the JBBA National Heifer Show.

 

The winners of the showmanship competition are as follows:

  • Junior Champion Showman: Rheagan Karisch of Ellinger, Texas
  • Junior Reserve Champion Showman: Rebekah Eaves of Hooks, Texas
  • Intermediate Champion Showman: Braylee Cowan of Dodd City, Texas
  • Intermediate Reserve Champion Showman: Audrey Field of Celina, Texas
  • Senior and Pevine Hicks Memorial Champion Showman: Rebecca Small of Trinidad, Texas
  • Senior Reserve Champion Showman: Cade Judd of Gilmer, Texas

 

The winners of the ultrasound carcass contest are as follows:

  • Class 1 Heifers: Cody Barnett of Decatur, Texas
  • Class 2 Heifers: Haley Guerrero of Fayetteville, Texas
  • Class 3 Heifers: Trevor Glaser of Rogers, Texas
  • Class 1 Bulls: Troy Glaser of Rogers, Texas

 

The winners of the Beefmaster E6/Advancer heifer show are as follows:

  • Grand Champion E6/Advancer Heifer: Lyssy’s Iggy owned by Kaylee Beason of Rockdale, Texas
  • Reserve Grand Champion E6/Advancer Heifer: Shadow owned by Jacob Kolwes of Bellville, Texas

 

The winners of the Bred and Owned Bull Show are as follows:

  • Grand Champion Bred and Owned Bull: BMW Cain Express owned by Bodie, Wrobleski of Anderson, Texas
  • Reserve Grand Champion Bred and Owned Bull: Emmons Shiner Britches owned by Raegan, Emmons of Fairfield, Texas

 

The winners of the Bred and Owned Heifer Show are as follows:

  • Grand Champion Bred and Owned Heifer: WR Melania owned by Shawn Skaggs of DeLeon, Texas
  • Reserve Grand Champion Bred and Owned Heifer: -G 18/2 Rugga owned by Troy Glaser of Rogers, Texas

 

The winners of the JBBA National Heifer Show are as follows:

  • Grand Champion Heifer: BR Selena owned by Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi
  • Reserve Grand Champion Heifer: WR Melania owned by Shawn Skaggs of DeLeon, Texas

 

Friday evening, JBBA members and their families enjoyed a relaxing evening at the annual banquet and dance. Contest and event winners from throughout the week were announced and received awards. All-Around Champions were determined from points earned throughout the week were also awarded in each age division. The All-Around Champions are awarded on the basis of accumulated points in the National Junior Heifer Show, Bred-and-Owned Show, Judging Contest, Public Speaking Contest, Herdsman Quiz, Leadership Conference (Intermediate & Seniors only), and Showmanship Contest. The top ten in each age division received a buckle while the top two individuals in the junior and intermediate division and the top three in the senior division each received a buckle and a $1,000 certificate towards the purchase of an animal or if a graduating senior, they may use it towards college tuition.

 

The All-Around Champions Awards were presented to the following JBBA members:

  • All-Around Junior: Cayden Carpenter of Shawnee, Oklahoma (Received a buckle and $1,000 heifer certificate)
  • All-Around Intermediate: Braylee Cowan of Dodd City, Texas (Received a buckle and $1,000 heifer certificate)
  • All-Around Senior: Emily Martin of New Ulm, Texas (Received a buckle and $1,000 heifer certificate)

 

In addition to contest awards, several scholarships were awarded to the following senior JBBA members:

  • Brian L. Murphy Memorial Scholarship ($1,800/semester): Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas
  • JBBA Scholarships ($500): Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas, Saige Tassin of Bush, Louisiana, Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi, and Reid Lovorn of Como, Texas
  • Beefmaster Educational Endowment Foundation (B.E.E.F.) Scholarship: Caitlin Vargas of Edinburg, Texas, Reid Lovorn of Como, Texas, Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas, Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi, Seth Byers of Muleshoe, Texas, and Rebecca Small of Trinidad, Texas
  • Beefmaster Breeders Cattlewoman Scholarship: Nicole Thomas, Reid Lovorn of Como, Texas, Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas, and Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi
  • Kenneth Lewis and Robert Miles Memorial JBBA Scholarship: Reid Lovorn of Como, Texas, and Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi
  • East Texas/Louisiana Marketing Group Scholarship: Caitlin Vargas of Edinburg, Texas, Reid Lovorn of Como, Texas, Raleigh Scherer of Brenham, Texas, Amelia Buckley of Collins, Mississippi, and Saige Tassin of Bush, Louisiana

 

This year, a new award was instituted called the WorkHorse Award, was presented by the BBU staff to Reece Wrobleski of Anderson, Texas.

 

“The WorkHorse Award is a staff sponsored and selected award to honor an individual that demonstrates a great work ethic, who willingly goes above and beyond what their responsibilities call for,” said Dusty Pendergrass, BBU Eastern Field Representative. “Not only does it call for dedication throughout the week of junior nationals but throughout the year.”

 

Finally, the JBBA Top Hand Award was presented to Madison Emily Lee of Sealy, Texas. This award is similar to the BBU Breeder-of-the-Year Award, as it recognizes the JBBA member that participates in JBBA and BBU programs and is involved in building their herd and marketing their cattle.

 

In recognition of outstanding JBBA volunteers’ service, dedication, time, and support to the JBBA progrm, the JBBA Helping Hand Awards were presented to Allison Wells and Darrell Glaser.

 

“I am proud to call Allison and Darrell friends because of JBBA,” said Casey Ballard, previous JBBA Adult Committee chair and current member. “They earned their names on this award – an award that is very special to this program. Lots of deserving individuals and organizations have won the Helping Hand Award over the years. I can not think of anyone else that has worked as hard for this program as Allison, Darrell and their families.”

 

Ramirez said both recipients are extremely passionate about the JBBA program.

 

“I have only been with BBU/JBBA for seven months, but within my first couple of months with the program I could tell how passionate both Allison and Darrell were about the youth,” Ramirez said. “Their dedication was undeniable.”

 

    The BBU Staff and JBBA Board of Directors would like to thank all those that made this year’s event possible and congratulate all the participants. They look forward to next year’s 35th Annual JBBA National Convention and Show to be held in Belton, Texas, July 21-26, 2019.

For more information about Beefmaster Breeders United and its Junior Program please contact the BBU office at 210-732-3132 or visit www.beefmasters.org. Visit the website to download candid event photos and winner photos. Stay connected to BBU through Facebook, follow us on Instagram, view our videos on YouTube, follow us on Twitter and Pinterest, as well as receive our news updates through joining our mailing list.

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Lone Star BBA Summer Extravaganza Sale – June 16, Sulphur Springs, Texas

 

14 3n1s/Pairs – $44,750 – Avg. $3,196
15 Bred Heifers – $44,450 – Avg. $2,963
3 Bred Cows – $7,600 – Avg. $2,533
23 Open Heifers – $55,250 – Avg. $2,402

57 Lots – $153,900 – Avg. 2,700

 

Top 3n1s/Pairs:
Lot 43–3n1; Consignor: Lonnie Crawford, Lufkin, Texas; Sold to Michael & Colleen Davis, Royce City, Texas: $5,000
Lot 35–Pair; Consignor: Howard Hunt, Hallsville, Texas; Sold to Michael & Colleen Davis, Royce City, Texas: $4,400
Lot 39–Pair; Consignor: E&E Ranch, Seagoville, Texas; Sold to Bar M Land & Timber, Beaumont, Texas: $4,000
Lot 38–Pair; Consignor: E&E Ranch, Seagoville, Texas; Sold to Double RR Ranch, Mission, Texas: $3,750
Lot 26–Pair; Consignor: Ryan & Pam Walker, Big Spring, Texas; Sold to C&G Cattle Co., Abilene, Texas: $3,700
Lot 28–Pair; Consignor: Hans Wittenburg, Edna, Texas; Sold to Jeff Garner, Blueridge, Texas: $3,600

 

Top Opens:
Lot 8–Open Hfr; Consignor: C&G Cattle Co., Abilene, Texas; Sold to Lura Lee Carraway, Kaufmann, Texas: $4,800
Lot 11–Open Hfr; Consignor: Jeff Hedden, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to Double RR Ranch, Mission, Texas: $4,700
Lot 12–Open Hfr; Consignor: Davis Beefmasters, Canton, Texas; Sold to Jeff Harlow, Dallas, Texas: $4,000
Lot 53A–Bred; Consignor: Buckner’s Polled Beefmasters, Thornton, Texas; Sold to Mike Peoples, Rockwall, Texas: $3,750
Lot 1–Open; Consignor: Bruce & Dawn Parker, Delta, Colo.; Sold to Gary Hintz, Delta, Colo.: $3,000
Lot 15–Open; Consignor: Ray Walker, Big Spring, Texas; Sold to Terry Chambers, Terrell, Texas: $3,000

 

Top Breds:
Lot 20–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Ryan & Pam Walker, Big Spring, Texas; Sold to Bar M Land & Timber, Beaumont, Texas: $4,500
Lot 40–Bred Hfr; Consignor: E&E Ranch, Seagoville, Texas; Sold to Burkhart Beefmasters, Graham, Texas: $3,700
Lot 33–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.; Sold to Clifton Harrison, Naples, Texas: $3,700
Lot 17–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Howard Hunt, Hallsville, Texas; Sold to Double RR Ranch, Mission, Texas: $3,600
Lot 19–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Elmwood Beefmasters, Palestine, Texas; Sold to Bar M Land & Timber, Beaumont, Texas: $3,500
Lot 27–Bred Cow; Consignor: Kelly Cupp, Wolfe City, Texas; Sold to Randy Cook, Kaufmann, Texas: $3,100
Lot 51–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Larry Holt, Danville, Ark.; Sold to Lura Lee Carraway, Kaufmann, Texas: $3,000
Lot 32–Bred Cow; Consignor: Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.; Sold to Jeff Council, Kaufmann, Texas: $2,600
Lot 25–Bred Cow; Consignor: Jeff Hedden, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to Jeff Council, Kaufmann, Texas: $1,900

 

Volume Buyers:
Bar M Land & Cattle, Beaumont, Texas
Double RR Ranch, Mission, Texas
Lura Lee Carraway, Kaufmann, Texas
Michael & Colleen Davis, Royce City, Texas

 

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

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Clark Jones & Cottage Farm Southern Tradition XVIII Production Sale – June 23, Savannah, Tenn.

18 Breds – $172,000 – Avg. $9,556
15 Pairs – $249,500 – Avg. $16,633
26 Open Heifers – $230,000 – Avg. $8,846
8 Bulls – $71,000 – Avg. $8,875
1 Semen – $30,500
1 Frozen Embryo – $9,800

69 Lots – $762,800 – Avg. $11,055

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 33–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $19,000
Lot 34–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Zipperer Beefmasters, Florida: $11,000

 

Top Bred Females:
Lot 43–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $28,000
Lot 28a–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Dennis & Becki Rion, Texas: $20,000
Lot 44–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to TT Beefmasters, Tennessee: $14,000
Lot 49–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Baltazar Resendez, Mexico: $11,500

 

Top Pairs:
Lot 42–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $23,000
Lot 31–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Dennis & Becki Rion, Texas: $18,000
Lot 39–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Emmons Ranch, Texas: $16,000
Lot 45–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Raul Zambrano, Panama: $15,000
Lot 46–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Cannon Farms, Florida: $15,000
Lot 47–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Luciano Martinez, Mexico: $14,000
Lot 30–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Dennis & Becki Rion, Texas: $13,000

 

Top Bred Heifers:
Lot 6–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $16,000
Lot 4–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $15,000
Lot 8–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Collier Farms, Texas: $14,000
Lot 2C–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to J&T Farm, Tennessee: $13,000
Lot 1A–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Kansas: $12,000
Lot 28B–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Kansas: $10,000
Lot 54–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Hector Baezza, Mexico: $10,000

 

Top Open Heifers:
Lot 57–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $20,000
Lot 61–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Roadhouse Ranch, Texas: $18,000
Lot 59–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Farm & Ranch/3J, Texas: $16,500
Lot 58–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to JA Beefmaster, Mexico: $15,000
Lot 21–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Kansas: $13,000
Lot 64–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Walking M Cattle Co., California: $12,500
Lot 27–Consignor: Clark Jones; Sold to Raul Zambrano, Panama: $12,000
Lot 56–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Baltazar Resendez, Mexico: $12,000
Lot 62–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Raul Zambrano, Panama: $12,000
Lot 60–Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Ray Helton, Alabama: $11,000

 

Other Top Lots:
Lot 37B–Semen (CF Masterpiece); Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold for $16,650
Lot 38C–Frozen Embryo (CF Masterpiece X CF 587); Consignor: Cottage Farm; Sold to Farm & Ranch, Texas: $400 each

 

Volume Buyers:
Collier Farms, Texas
Next Gen Cattle Co., Kansas
Dennis & Becki Rion, Texas
Raul Zambrano, Panama
Roadhouse Ranch, Texas
Farm & Ranch, Texas
Luciano Martinez, Mexico
Cannon Beefmasters, Florida
JA Beefmasters, Mexico
Steven & Lyn Anderson, Texas

 

Auctioneer:
Gerald Bowie, Georgia

 

Sale Consultants:
3G Sales & Service, Georgia
Anthony Mihalski, Texas

 

Managed & Reported by:
Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, Texas

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Heart of Central States Sale – May 12, Locust Grove, Okla.

11 Bulls – $29,200 – Avg. $2,655
11 Pairs – $36,500 – Avg. $3,318
20 Bred Hfrs – $58,800 – Avg. $2,940
41 Open Hfrs – $101,400 – Avg. $2,473
1 Bred Cow – $2,000
84 Lots – $228,975 – Avg. $2,725

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 7–Consignor: James Thrasher; Sold to ROMP Beefmasters, Fort Worth, Texas: $4,500
Lot 77–Consignor: Wallen Prairie Ranch; Sold to Brenda Spain, South Greenville, Mo.: $3,900
Lot 6–Consignor: Willet Ranch; Sold to Charles Arnell, Hulbert, Okla.: $3,200
Lot 26–Consignor: Roger Holden; Sold to Travis Battles, Chelsea, Okla.: $2,800

 

Top Pairs:
Lot 38–Consignor: Kruse Farms; Sold to Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.: $5,200
Lot 36–Consignor: Kruse Farms; Sold to Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.: $4,000
Lot 1–Consignor: Jerry Glor; Sold to Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.: $3,800
Lot 89–Consignor: Tom & Deidra Hood; Sold to Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.: $3,700

 

Top Breds:
Lot 86–Consignor: Tom & Deidra Hood; Sold to David Travis, Cabool, Mo.: $4,500
Lot 69–Consignor: Kreger-Bedlam; Sold to Kreger Beefmasters, Tonkawa, Okla.: $4,000
Lot 70–Consignor: Kreger-Bedlam; Sold to Dewayne Rogers, Apple Springs, Texas: $3,500

 

Top Opens:
Lot 78–Consignor: Wallen Prairie Ranch; Sold to John Burkhart, Houston, Texas: $4,200
Lot 31–Consignor: T.J. Rainwater; Sold to Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.: $4,000
Lot 15–Consignor: Lawrence & Connie Shuey; Sold to David Travis, Cabool, Mo.: $3,600
Lot 55–Consignor: St. Clair; Sold to Fred Parks, Neosho, Mo.: $3,200

 

Volume Buyers:
Next Gen Cattle, Paxico, Kan.
David Travis, Cabool, Mo.
John Burkhart, Houston, Texas
Louise Mahaney, Park Hill, Okla.
Fred Parks, Neosho, Okla.

 

Auctioneer:
Jesse Bolin, Walnut Grove, Mo.

 

Managed & reported by:
Hood Cattle Service, Tahlequah, Okla. 

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Southern Alliance Beefmaster Sale – May 7, Cullman, Ala.

8 Bulls – $13,150 – Avg. $1,644
7 Pairs/3n1s – $17,700 – Avg. $2,529
4 Bred Cows – $8,950 – Avg. $2,238
10 Bred Hfrs – $21,850 – Avg. $2,185
21 Open Hfrs – $38,600 – Avg. $1,839
1 Semen – $1,100
51 Registered Lots – $101,350 – Avg. $1,987
14 Commercial Lots – $18,800 – Avg. $1,343

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 65–Consignor: Mason Chambers, Galena, Missouri; Sold to Jeff Thompson, Falkville, Ala.: $2,250
Lot 4–Consignor: Windy Hills Beefmasters, Poplarville, Miss.; Sold to A&W Farms, Athens, Ala.: $1,600
Lot 55–Consignor: Mason Chambers, Galena, Missouri; Sold to Charlie & Connie Gatlin, Minor Hill, Tenn.: $1,500

 

Top Opens:
Lot 11–Consignor: David & Martin Avery, Columbia, Tenn.; Sold to Clay Lott, Bronson, Fla.: $4,200
Lot 9–Consignor: David & Martin Avery, Columbia, Tenn.; Sold to Adam & Colson Cannon, Brooksville, Fla.: $3,100
Lot 44–Consignor: C&H Farms, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Sold to Wayne Mullins, Bradyville, Tenn.: $3,000
Lot 46–Consignor: Charles Perry, Rockmart, Ga.; Sold to Adam & Colson Cannon, Brooksville, Fla.: $2,500

 

Top Pairs:
Lot 13–Consignor: J&T Farms, Henderson, Tenn.; Sold to Crooked Bar C Farm, Harahan, La.: $3,100
Lot 15–Consignor: J&J Cattle Farms, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to Logan & McKinley Johnson, Union, Miss.: $2,900
Lot 16–Consignor: J&J Cattle Farms, Hazel Green, Ala.; Sold to A&W Farms, Athens, Ala.: $2,600
Lot 19–Consignor: RWG Twin Oaks, Flintville, Tenn.; Sold to Greg & Amanda Thomas, Elkmont, Ala.: $2,500
Lot 12–Consignor: J&T Farms, Henderson, Tenn.; Sold to A&W Farms, Athens, Ala.: $2,400

 

Top Breds:
Lot 5–Consignor: Windy Hills Beefmasters, Poplarville, Miss.; Sold to Mike Beddingfield, Athens, Ala.: $2,800
Lot 1–Consignor: New Cut Farms, Athens, Ala.; Sold to Wayne Mullins, Bradyville, Tenn.: $2,700
Lot 6–Consignor: Windy Hills Beefmasters, Poplarville, Miss.; Sold to Randy Cook, Kaufman, Texas: $2,600

 

Volume Buyers:
Wayne Mullins, Bradyville, Tenn.
Kelly Cupp, Wolfe City, Texas
Michael McGee, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

 

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

 

Sale Consultant:
Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, San Antonio, Texas

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Emmons Ranch Production Sale – May 19, Fairfield, Texas

2 Bulls – $24,000 – Avg. $12,000
23 Pairs – $219,750 – Avg. $9,554
16 Breds – $136,250 – Avg. $8,516
1 Frozen Embryo – $15,150
2 Semen – $57,605 – Avg. $ 28,803
44 Lots – $452,755 – Avg. $10,290

 

Top Bulls:
Lot 2–Sold to Mitch Romero, Louisiana: $14,000
Lot 1–Sold to Vicente Garza, Texas: $10,000

 

Top Bred Hfrs:
Lot 27B–Sold to Lyssy Beefmasters, Texas: $20,000
Lot 12–Sold to Randy Mason, Illinois: $11,000
Lot 27C–Sold to Vicente Garza, Texas: $8,500
Lot 28A–Sold to Kreger Beefmasters, Oklahoma: $8,000

 

Top Pairs:
Lot 39–Sold to Richard Statzler, Texas: $15,000
Lot 3–Sold to Bluebonnet Beefmaster, Texas: $13,000
Lot 19A–Sold to Bar G Ranch, Texas: $12,000
Lot 7B–Sold to Windy Hills Beefmasters, Mississippi: $11,000
Lot 33–Sold to Emily Martin, Texas: $10,500

 

Other Top Lots:
Lot 45F–Semen (EMS Bet on Bubba 507); Sold to multiple buyers for $31,515
Lot 43F–Frozen Embryo (Painted Tiger X EMS Body by Smooth); Sold to Bill & Dusty Carr, Texas: $500 each

 

Volume Buyers:
C&M Beefmasters, South Carolina
Vicente Garza, Texas
Richard Statzler, Texas
Mike Davidson, Texas
Bar G Ranch, Texas
Lyssy Beefmasters, Texas
Emily Martin, Texas
Mitch Romero, Texas
Bluebonnet Beefmasters, Texas
Bounds Swinging B Ranch, Texas
Snell Beefmasters, Texas
Randy Mason, Illinois
Windy Hills Beefmasters, Mississippi

 

Auctioneer:
Anthony Mihalski, Texas

 

Sale Consultant:
3G Sales & Service, Georgia

 

Managed & Reported by:
Robbins Cattle Consulting & Marketing, Texas 

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East Texas/Louisiana Beefmaster Sale – April 21, Crockett, Texas

4 Bulls – $9,100 – Avg. $2,275
5 3n1/Pairs – $20,100 – Avg. $4,0303
1 Bred Cow – $4,200
8 Bred Hfrs – $21,400 – Avg. $2,675
22 Open Hfrs – $56,200 – Avg. $2,555
1 Pic of Show Hfrs – $15,950
41 Lots – $127,000 – Avg. $3,098

 

Top Lots:
Lot 24–Pair; Consignor: Timber Ridge Beefmasters, Livingston, Texas; Sold to PB Dover, Deer Park, Texas: $6,250
Lot 39B–Show Heifer; Consignor: L5 Beefmasters, Alto, Texas; Sold to Lacer Fry, Apple Springs, Texas: $5,750
Lot 39C–Show Heifer; Consignor: L5 Beefmasters, Alto, Texas; Sold to Boyde Hanagriff, Richards, Texas: $5,300
Lot 39A–Show Heifer; Consignor: L5 Beefmasters, Alto, Texas; Sold to Cade Jackson, Dayton, Texas: $4,900
Lot 29–3n1; Consignor: Kohutek Bros. Cattle Co., Alvin, Texas; Sold to Hayes Ranch, Center, Texas: $4,600
Lot 21–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Lyssy Beefmasters, San Antonio, Texas; Sold to James & Patricia Wasson, Lindale, Texas: $4,500
Lot 35–Bred Cow; Consignor: Richard Roundtree, China, Texas; Sold to Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.: $4,200
Lot 34–Pair; Consignor: Corey Emmons, Streetman, Texas; Sold to Trinity Crossing Beefmasters, Livingston, Texas: $4,200
Lot 1–Open Hfr; Consignor: SA Livestock, Zephyr, Texas; Sold to Abby Huddleston, Victoria, Texas: $4,000
Lot 16–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Trevor Glaser, Rogers, Texas; Sold to Corey Emmons, Streetman, Texas: $3,200
Lot 19–Bred Hfr; Consignor: Sheldon McManus, Lake Charles, La.; Sold to Cade Creek Ranch, Streetman, Texas: $3,200
Lot 9–Open Hfr; Consignor: Casey’s Four B, Bryan, Texas; Sold to Trinity Crossing Beefmaster, Livingston, Texas: $2,800
Lot 11–Open Hfr; Consignor: Woelfel’s Red Hollow, Giddings, Texas; Sold to Kelly Cupp, Wolfe City, Texas: $1,800

 

Volume Buyers:
Double B Beefmasters, Lake Arthur, La.
Greg & Lisa Chapin, Elkhart, Texas
PB Dover, Deer Park, Texas

 

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

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Southeastern Beefmaster Breeders Assn. – March 31, Tunica, Miss.

3 Bulls – $13,250 – Avg. $4,417
2 3n1 – $5,800 – Avg. $2,900
2 Pair – $6,100 – Avg. $3,050
14 Bred – $33,900 – Avg. $2,421
18 Open – $46,650 – Avg. $2,592
2 Picks – $8,000 – Avg. $4,000
1 Semen – $2,500
1 Embryo Lot – $4,525
43 Lots – $120,725 – Avg. $2,808

 

Top Bull:
Lot 14–Consignor: Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.; Sold to Ty Reeves, Carthage, Miss.: $7,000 

 

Top Females:
Lot 4–Bred; Consignor: Bailey Farms, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Windy Hills, Poplarville, Miss.: $4,500
Lot 43–Open; Consignor: Gerry Stricklin, Savannah, Tenn.; Sold to Next Gen Cattle Co., Paxico, Kan.: $4,500
Lot 3–Open; Consignor: Bailey Farms, Pinson, Tenn.; Sold to Ken Gooch, Jackson, Tenn.: $4,000
Lot 36–Pair; Consignor: Panther Creek, Bells, Tenn.; Sold to Steven Anderson, Amarillo, Texas: $3,800
Lot 11–Bred; Consignor: Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.; Sold to Gene Crim 4C Farm, St. Matthews, S.C.: $3,500

 

Volume Buyers:
Next Gen Cattle Co., Paxico, Kan.
Tony Psencik, San Antonio, Texas
Brock Clay, Meridian, Miss.

Auctioneer:
Anthony Mihalski, San Antonio, Texas

Sale Manged & Reported by:
3G Sales & Service, Franklin, Ga. 

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