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Scotty

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Camp Cooley is Nov. 19 for cows and 20 for Bulls. Hear this is a good one. Anyone know.
 

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I have heard they have some good cattle. We may try to make this sale.
 

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Camp Cooley does have good cattle but their prices tend to be a little high & imo their brangus quality has gone down some in recent years when their focus shifted somewhat to their Charolais program. it still should be a good sale.

Steiner's sale is also coming up & they have some good bulls for sale. the problem w/their bulls is that they don't have brangus epd's. the have epd's generated by their own computer program. i s'pose they're somewhat comparative to the breed epd's. they also charge you an extra $100 above what the bull sells for if you want it registered. they did have some bulls with some really good carcass data for sale in the last sale & probably will again for this one.
 

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they also charge you an extra $100 above what the bull sells for if you want it registered.

First time I've heard of that. Anything we have ever bought at a "registerd cattle sale" comes registered.
 

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txshowmom":1e26qufs said:
they also charge you an extra $100 above what the bull sells for if you want it registered.

First time I've heard of that. Anything we have ever bought at a "registerd cattle sale" comes registered.

yep. i think i saw it in their last sale catalog.
 
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I looked into reg. Brangus and thje IBBA papers I have say that it is the seller not the buyer that pays to tranfers the registration and to register them.
 

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Thats true but if the buyer wants to pass that cost on to you I guess he has that right. We have NEVER charged anyone that we sold a calf to to transfer papers.
 

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Hey Macon,

are you allowing folks to post as "Guest" again?
 

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