7 Reg. Angus Bulls... Central TX ~ PI-N
- Listing Number
- Central Texas
- Ship From
- Bryan, TX
- American Angus Association
- Number for Sale
- 7 Head
- 17 to 38 months old as of early June
- Est. Weight
- Birth Weight
- Tested Fertile
- Scrotal Circm.
- Small to Moderate
- Medium Flesh
- Cavalry 9, Pyramid 5+ Presponse, valbazon dewormer, tested BVD PI free
- Sell Part/All
- Any Number
- Delivery Date
- Available Now
- $1,850 to $2,650 per head
- Payment Terms
- Verified Check, Cash, Wire Transfer
- Contact Information
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Here is a nice group of Angus bulls...
They are fully tested and ready to breed.
These bulls will sire easy calving offspring that will still have lots of growth and quality once they hit the ground.
There are 4 registered bulls in the group that are coming 2 year olds and are priced at $2,250.
Their papers are pictured above.
There are 2 commercial Angus bulls in the group.
One is 15 months old and one is 3 years old.
Both priced at $1,850.
We also offer the option to lease any of these bulls at $300/month plus $35 re trich test fee upon return.
Lot #55 Registered Angus-$2,250
Lot #56 Registered Angus-$2,250
Lot #57 Registered Angus-$2,250
Lot #69 Registered Angus-$2,650
Lot #6968 Commercial Angus, 17 mo. old-$2,000
Lot #6769 Commercial Angus 3 yrs Old-$1,850
Lot #6564-Commercial Angus 17 mo old-$2,000
About Tested BVD-PI Negative
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