17 Angus, Beefmaster, Brangus, Charolais Cross, & Crossbred Cows... Central TX
- Listing Number
- Central Texas
- Ship From
- Cameron, TX
- Angus, Beefmaster, Brangus, Charolais, Crossbred
- Number for Sale
- 17 Head
- Up to 5 years old
- Est. Weight
- Average 1,075 lbs.
- Moderate to Large
- Medium Flesh
- Current on Vaccinations
- Horned & Polled
- Bred To
- Brangus Bull
- Preg Checked
- Selling as Exposed
- Sell Part/All
- See Comments Below
- Delivery Date
- Available Now
- See Comments Below
- Payment Terms
- Certified Funds or Verified Check
- Contact Information
Buy these cattle and receive...
17 Angus/Brangus, Beefmaster, Charolais Cross and Crossbred cows...
That all weaned calves off this October and have been running back with a really nice Brangus bull since June.
They should be bred by now and are still with the bull.
We are selling the herd of 17 cows as exposed to the bull for $890 per head.
They’ll average 1075 lbs and will all have a good bag, feet, etc.
They’ll be aged first calf heifer up to a short solid cow and everything in between.
Everything will have a good mouth and most will be 5 or under.
They’ll come to feed and are good honest cows.
Take the group of 17 for $890 per head.
Take or leave the bull for $2,200.
Shipping is available, located in Cameron, TX.
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A prospective buyer contacts seller and agrees to the asking price and then tells the seller...“Give me your address and I'll mail you Certified Funds right away for the cost of the cattle plus $1,500.00 for trucking to my ranch. Deposit the check and then send the $1,500.00 by Western Union to my trucking company. After they receive the funds, they'll contact you about picking up the cattle.”
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