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Black F1 crossed heifers

The 22nd Annual Herdbuilder Replacement Female Sale will be Friday, August 28 at the Alabama Livestock Auction in Uniontown. The sale starts at 11 a.m C.D.T. More than 300 head of bred heifers and a select group of open heifers will be offered for sale. Consigned lots include

  • Angus
  • Simmental/Angus
  • Brangus and Angus Brangus Cross
  • F1 Brahman Cross

This sale is a marketing program conducted by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s animal science team and the Alabama Beef Cattle Improvement Association. This sale has become known for top quality and top genetics in the consignments offered. It is known as one of the top replacement heifer sales throughout the Southeast. Most consignments come from herds that have participated in the sale for many years, a testament to the quality of the cattle offered for sale. Heifers are all screened for quality and come from reputable cattle operations across Alabama.

Download a PDF of the 22nd Annual Herdbuilder Replacement Female Sale flyer. 

 

2020 Herdbuilder Sale Consigners

ConsignerLot Information
Beeker Land, Cattle & CatfishPDF
Bill JohnsonPDF
Blackbelt Research & Extension CenterPDF
Brentwood FarmPDF
Brian and Christopher BellPDF
Brooks FarmsPDF
Brussard FarmPDF
Burrell FarmPDF
C & C FarmPDF
Cauthen FarmsPDF
Cleveland Land & CattlePDF
Cunningham FarmsPDF
Double C FarmsPDF
Drury FarmsPDF
J H Graydon FarmPDF
Lawler & SonPDF
Leto FarmsPDF
Morrow FarmPDF
Rafter E CattlePDF
Rasco Angus FarmPDF
Simmental of AlabamaPDF

 

Consignment Lot Examples

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More Information

For more information, contact Kevan Tucker, sale manager and Clarke County Extension Coordinator at (334) 534-2539  or at tuckejk@aces.edu.

 

The Herdbuilder Sale, begun in 1999, was developed to add value to quality heifers raised in the Black Belt through enhanced management protocols. Prior to the advent of the Herdbuilder sale, many of the sale consignors were sending replacement quality heifers through traditional feeder cattle marketing chains thereby losing improved genetic gains. Now producers know that good records and sound management can mean substantial returns. Over the years, buyers have learned that top quality animals are offered at this sale which have the potential to make long term profitable replacements in their herds.

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