25th annual Cuero all breed bull, female sale slated for Saturday
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Cuero – The 25th annual All Breeds Bull and Female Sale, to be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Cuero Livestock Commission, has drawn approximately 25 bulls and 450 females.

The sale is sponsored by the DeWitt County Purebred Breeders Association and DeWitt County Beef and Forage Committee.

Breeds of bulls to be offered include Angus, Charolais, Brangus, Hereford and Polled Hereford.

The female sale will feature bred, pairs and open heifers of F-1 Braford (many Tiger Stripes), Brangus, Beefmaster type, Black Baldy, Brangus Baldy, Brahman, Simbrah type and other crossbreds. Many of these heifers are 4-H/FFA commercial heifer prospects.

Bulls will sell first, followed immediately by the females. The bulls will be between 15 and 48 months of age. All bulls will be brucellosis tested and have a complete Breeding Soundness Examination (BSE) conducted by a licensed veterinarian, within 30 days prior to the sale. Bulls will also meet all trichomoniasis requirements as prescribed by the Texas Animal Health Commission.

Females will be between 8 months and 48 months of age. All females will be brucellosis tested and palpated within 30 days prior to the sale. Health papers on all cattle will be given to the buyers. For more information, call Anthony Netardus, DeWitt County Extension agent, at 361-275-0816.
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