CNN just posted a story that includes the importance of watusi to one of the African tribes that depend on them. Follow this link:
Ok all you WWA and tie dye fans we have shirts! Get ready to help the WWA make a tie dyed wave in Macon! We’ll have sizes from 12 months through 3xl. Bring your money and be ready to spend it on one of the coolest shirts around. In the spirit of tie dye…. Peace, love and Watusi! Lissa Pabst
These will be available at the Macon, Missouri sale and get-together on April 6 and 7, 2016
We are offering one of the top bulls in the nation for sale or lease, Bar G Thunder, born 2012 sire Bar G Kulow and dam Bar G Thunder Sue. Thunder is a proven sire of quality and color, he has a great attitude and easy to handle, won Grand Champion as a yearling and as a two year old, he is current on shots , vaccinations, semen test, and trich test, serious inquiries only. Call Duane, home 435-381-2736 cell 435-749-1561.
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Bar G Kulow is a rising star in the watusi world being utilized by Bar G Ranch, Duane and Kolene Gilbert, of Castle Dale, Utah.
Kulow was sired by the well known TW Booger and out of ENE Lovely Lady which combines old breeding programs from across the nation. This combination of bloodlines produces lots of color and horn as is evident by his offspring.
Duane & Kolene Gilbert
Bar G Ranch
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The following photos are of two of the wonderful offspring that this bull has produced.
TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE WORLD WATUSI ASSOCIATION IN GOOD STANDING – PLEASE READ:
As you know your Association operates a website located at www.watusi.org. We routinely post information, photos and such about the Association and watusi cattle. We are embarking on an exciting new upgrade to our site. When finished we will have available our complete ‘Herd Book’ of pedigree records online in a searchable format. This is where our membership enters the picture. Firstly we are offering to publish a membership list online. We want to recognize your input and privacy so we ask that all of you advise the office of your desire to be included or your wish to not be shown.
In the pedigrees the breeder will show, which will include name, city and state. We also have this same information available for current owner as shown on the certificate of registration. If you desire to have more contact information to be shown please indicate on the attached form and return to the office. All non-responses will be considered opt out decisions. The second item we need your assistance with is our photograph project. The registration certificates contain photographs of the animal, however, most of these are as calves. We would like to be able to link as many adult photographs as possible to these pedigrees. If you would like to participate please send your photograph (s) to our office email@example.com. Please identify the animal in the photograph.
TO THE WORLD WATUSI ASSOCIATION: Please print out this form, complete and initial your response and send to office.
I would like to opt out of participation in our online membership list. Do not post any personal information. _______________________
I wish to participate in the online membership list. Please list indicated items. _______________
Name: ____________________________ Membership # ____________________
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Email address: __________________________
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Sheri Gurr and her husband Randy are relatively new in the world of watusi, but have jumped in with both feet. They have added many new faces to their farm Randy Gurr Watusi in Utah. http://www.rockingGwatusi.com
Then there is Mojo, Sheri’s steer. Steers make wonderful ambassadors, pasture ornaments, conversation pieces and best friends.
It is Spring again. For some of us the grass is starting to green up and we ar getting ready for those new calves. With Spring comes the Lolli Bros. Exotic Animal Sale in Macon, Missouri, www.lollibros.com. Watusi will sell on Thursday, April 7 and we will be having a social at 7:00p. m. CST Wednesday, April 6, 2016 in the conference room at the Comfort Inn Macon, Missouri. Besides food and watusi talk we will hold our Fun Auction of a variety of donated items, the proceeds from which help fund the Association. Sneak peek at auction items…coming from Texas. This is a professionally prepared Watusi skull. Not a big one, but at least a good starter kit!
These are a few of the other miscellaneous items offered. From Kentucky…
Please check around your barn and house to see if there is anything you would like to donate. All items are appreciated.
For sale, 2015 bull calf. This calf, born April 1, 2015 is For Sale for $1750.00. He was sired by Burnetts Kilabu and and out of Heikens Ark Lolly. This nice calf has potential to make a great herdsire and at a low price. Seller will consider best offer. Call (417)388-8940 for more info or email them at Crossccarthage@gmail.com
We all know that most animals produce around an equal number of males and females over time. Because in breeding situations the number of males needed is exponentially less than females one solution is to steer some of those extra males.
Will Ross of Ross Ranch Horns in Brownsboro, Texas rossranchhorns.com submitted to us this information on his young steer, BWS Old Red. This is a four year old steer with phenomenal growth and bloodlines. Talk about a pasture ornament.
From Angie Base: February 16, 2016
We lost one of our WWA members Friday to cancer. Barbara Britton whose husband was Wayne until his passing a few years ago, lost her battle. She fought long and hard and kept her Watusi until the end. Others helped her feed and such, but she always said she wouldn’t part with them until she died. It was important to her, not only because she enjoyed them so much, but also because they had meant so much to her dear husband, Wayne. She promised him she would keep them in his honor and she kept her promises. Barb was a very dedicated and extremely hard working lady who even kept showing her Watusi at the shows when she had to do it all herself and then after Wayne passed. The last few years she had to stop traveling as her cancer was making it an impossibility for her, even with help from others and her family. She promoted the breed all through the years with dignity and conviction and we will miss her. A fond farewell.