B&B Livestock Cliff & Debbie Barnett New Meadows, Idaho
Purebred Black Angus & Fullblood Salers
Recent Events and Acknowledgements
High selling bull in the 2014 Idaho Salers Association Spring bull sale.
CDB Mr Sierra 44Z sire CDB Mr Sierra 73S dam FFS Sallie 15S
A thank you goes out to Bruce Loewenburg of Show Me Salers in Missouri for the purchase this black polled bullblood Salers bull. He was the top selling bull at $4,500 in the Idaho Salers Association Spring bull sale on March 27.
Big Change for 2015 at B&B Livestock-
We are selling all of our bulls off the ranch this year. Our goal is to keep our prices down so we can keep your prices down.
We have four 2 year old Salers bulls available as of April 20, 2015. Everyone likes a different style of bull and the best bull may still be out there. Check our Cattle For Sale page for an updated listing.
A good example of the kind of bulls we raise both Angus and Salers. Come by and look at our 2015 offering.
Picture of Our Herd Bulls on March 2, 2015
They are a nice set of bulls and an asset to B&B Livestock.
Herd Bulls left to right Thunder--Registered Angus son of Connealy Thunder and a Marathon daughter. He's a meat wagon. 3rd calf crop this year. Reg. No 17083575 BW1.5 WW 47 YW 89 MM 23 Zoro( we call him McCoy) son of Keys 78X BP Express. Reg. No 682200 BW +0.8 WW 44 YW 87 MM 19 2015 calves will be his 2nd crop Wilderness--Registered Angus son of Brilliance We are expecting his first calves this year out of Thunder heifers.
About Our Program--We have been in the registered business for 45 years first with Polled Herefords, then with Salers and now with both Salers and Black Angus. We have been artificially inseminating for the best genetics in both the Salers and Angus programs for the past 25 years. We have worked hard to build a herd of females in both breeds. We are using a son of Thunder out of a Marathon dam on our Angus cows. As a whole they are a really nice set of calves. We've been especially pleased with his calves. Our Salers herd is one of the rare fullblood herds in the U.S. We've worked especially hard to build the Salers. We are specializing in fullbloods and it isn't an easy process. Salers cattle in general are good if not great cattle but it is very difficult to keep a fullblood program going because of the limited genetics available. It takes special attention to detail to make it all work. Just the rarity of fullbloods and the special traits only fullbloods have, makes it worth the effort. Give us a call or come by for a visit.
Members of the American Salers Association, the American Angus Association and the Idaho Salers Association