WCA Annual Bull Test Sale
March 20, 2019
The Washington Cattlemen’s Association 2019-2020 Bull Test and Sale is going strong! We are taking consignments now! The numbers are being crunched, and the preliminary entry forms are out, and available to consignors. The deadline is August 5th to have the preliminary entry form sent in.
We are looking forward to another great year. Some of the top purebred cattle producers in the west are bringing some of the best genetics in the beef industry to the test and sale. We are anticipating a tremendous set of bulls this year. Beus Feedlot has done an excellent job of developing bulls for the test that are ready to work at sale time.
All WCA members, and cattlemen from across the country are invited to participate in this great event. You don’t have to be a member to attend the free luncheon on sale day, or to bid on bulls. If you aren’t a member of WCA, we encourage you to visit the Join The WCA page and see all the great things the WCA does for the beef industry.
Final entry form deadline is September 14, 2019. Please contact Lorren Hagen WCA Bull Test Coordinator if you have questions or need forms. 509-936-4380 firstname.lastname@example.org
March 20, 2019 Bonina Feed & Sale Facility Eltopia, WA
Big Thank You To
PerforMix - tri-tip and water
Frank's Tire - set of tires
AHII and Allflex USA - coats
Trade Show Participants:
ABS Global - Lacey Sutherlin
All West / Select Sires - Clint Sexson & Alan Bush
Bieyhl Co-Op - Danika Pink
CHS, Inc. / Payback Feeds - Ryan Corta
CKP Insurance - Jack Field
Gallagher North America - Liam Shaw
Old Mill Country Store - Kevin McDowell
Pearson Farm & Fence - Ian Newman
Powder River - Pat Mallon
Purina Animal Nutrition - Lane Howe
Zoetis - Robert Myers
Buyers for their continuous support
All those who worked behind the scenes to make the sale successful
Photos of the 2019 offering and volunteers during semen testing in February.
WCA Bull Test and Sale
Bulls must pass semen and quality test.
All bulls are tested BVD negative.
No bulls sell with less than an 85 index for gain and yearling weight.
Bulls must ration in the top 75% of their respective breed.
Photos by Allen Bush