I am looking to move out my foundation pure older bull, JHF KY Colonel WWA FP2805, and my foundation pure young calf born last year. The bull is a proven breeder and is in good health. He has bred all of our cows every year and all calves have been healthy. He has a great gentle temperament and very easy to work around. He is 10 years old. The bull calf was born last January. Adult Bull is registered, young bull is able to be registered and will come with the registration application, his sire is JHF KY Colonel, WWA FP2805, dam is Bar G Spotted Tanza, WWAFP2080. We are asking for $5000 for the adult bull and the yearling $1500. If interested please contact Sarah Friedel at 240-566-6119. Thank you.
The sale of watusi at the Lolli Bros. Exotic Sale was held in Macon, Missouri on April 12, 2018. A total of 43 head of registered watusi were offered, 4 percentage animals and an additional 9 head of grade animals.
Top Selling Foundation Pure cow:
RR Daisy $6500
Top Selling Foundation Pure Bull: $2700
Bar G Candy Man (top bid on a Foundation Pure bull was $8100.00 for BWS Redman, no sale)
Top Selling Foundation Pure Heifer $5,000, Holy Smoke
Top Selling Native pure cow: $2700 Firefly
Top Selling Native pure bull $2500 Buster
Top Selling Native pure heifer: $3000 Lucy
Top Selling Foundation Steer $1650
(Top Bid Steer: $4900 No sale – Hocher)
Foundation Pure Heifers:Prices ranged from $5,000-$1250
Foundation Pure Bulls :$2700-1200
Foundation Pure cows $6500- $2750
Foundation Pure Bull calves $1650-$500
Foundation Pure steers $1650-450
Native Pure Heifers $3000-$1250
Native Pure Bulls $2500-$1100
Native Pure Cows $2700
Native Pure steers $4900NS- $300
Native Pure Heifer calves $1600-500
Native Pure Bull calves $ 975
Percentage Animals $1100-650
Grade watusi $1400-450
There was an exotic sale at the Sycamore Springs Ranch in Locust Grove, Oklahoma on April 21, 2018 which offered 6 grade watusi. The prices realized were pretty good for grade animals in a small sale. We hope that in the future more animals and registered stock will be offered at this facility.
6 grade Watusi sold.
1 – 3 yr old mean black bull $950
1 – 2 year old nice black heifer $1500
2 – 1 year old red heifers around $700
1 – 3 year old red cow bred to Longhorn bull $850
1 – 1 year old black bull $460
We thank Garett Judd and Blake Edwards for this submission.
it is never too early to start planning for the fall show season. Plan on which animals you plan on showing and mark the dates on your calendar. Show books may not yet be online, but you can contact the WWA showperson for information.
Don’t forget that this is the week for the Macon, Missouri exotic animal sale and the World Watusi Association Spring Fling.
The Spring Fling is on Wednesday evening, April 11, 2018 at 7:00 pm (we erroneously said 6:00 in previous posts) in the conference room of the Comfort Inn, 1817 North Missouri St., Macon, Missouri. We will have a catered meal and our “Fun Auction” for fund raising. Bring your donations and your checkbook.
The sale of cattle will be on Thursday April 12, there are a number of very nice animals consigned. Come early, stay late, bring your checkbook. Representatives of the World Watusi Association will be on hand if you have any registration questions.
We will have a meeting of the Board of Director’s at 5:00 pm on Wednesday April 11 also at the Comfort Inn prior to the Spring Fling. All members are, of course, welcome to attend.
Just a quick reminder to all of our members and other Watusi enthusiasts. The WWA will have its annual Spring Fling get-together on Wednesday evening, April 11, 2018 at 6:00 pm in the conference room of the Comfort Inn, 1817 North Missouri St., Macon, Missouri. This is a great opportunity to share your stories, photos, brochures, animals for sale and such with others. We will have a meal catered by Noland’s in Macon and will offer our Fun Auction fund raiser.
We will accept all donated items for our auction and usually receive many fun items such as skulls, artwork, food items, hot sauce, candy, local items from your home state, your imagination is your limit. We often have African items and Watusi related materials.
Any questions of items that are of interest can be discussed. Any suggestions to help our association run more favorably are welcome.
Watusi animals will be at auction on Thursday, April 12 so bring your checkbooks. This year the WWA is offering a free membership to any first time buyer purchasing a registered animal at this sale.
From: richard broker <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2018 10:31 AM To: w atusi Cc: World Watusi Association Subject: Zoo Donation
In 2014 the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk, Va., purchased two yearling Watusi Steers from Richard Broker who owns and operates River Oaks Cattle Co., in Robbins, NC. They developed into one of the most popular exhibits at the zoo. In September 2017 one of the steers developed a head tilt that continued to progress. After several attempts by the the zoo veterinarian staff to correct the problem it was decided to euthanize the steer. Richard Broker, who has stayed in touch with members of the Virginia Zoo, read and article about the head tilt and the decision. Richard called the director of the zoo and discussed the situation. On December 27, 2017 Richard donated and delivered a yearling replacement steer to the zoo. Richard is quoted as saying, “there is no better exposure to promote the Watusi breed than a zoo. Especially a first class operation such as the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk, Va. Greg Bockheim is the director and is to be commended on his devotion to excellence. Sometimes you do things just because it’s the right thing to do.”
I have discovered Watusi breeders have an undying devotion to the breed. We do things and make decisions with our heart and not our head when it involves our cattle.
In addition the members are supported by two great registry’s that do everything in their power to support the members. I think it is safe to say that this may be the only business not run remotely like a business, but we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Sometimes in the rush of business life we don’t say thank you loud enough to be heard. I want to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all the members in each registry
for their efforts in promoting this majestic breed.
We will soon be posting an updated version of our Rules and Regulations to include all changes that have been implemented in recent years. The majority of these changes have to do with our registration procedures regarding the Hardship program, photographs, qualification for registration and fees. As always, if there are any questions regarding any of the association’s procedures feel free to contact any member of the Board or the office at any time. All of these contacts are listed on the website.
The World Watusi Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of African Ankole- Watusi cattle.