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.
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
BREAKING NEWS, 2-16-16: Both heifers have been sold only the steer remains.
From Derrick Passey of Dead Broke Ranch in Canada we have a rare offer for sale. Contact Derrick at 403-330-6767 or email@example.com
“I’ve never been able to sell anything in a high market in my life, lol. I’m contemplating selling these two great heifers and a young trophy steer. The only time I can make a trip south is in April. It generally takes about a month to get all the testing done.
I’ll haul as far as Utah for free and will deliver the rest of the way for fuel.
Rarely are females with these pedigrees come up for sale.
3 year old DBR Miss Hottie $6500USD
2 year old DBR Sweet Cheyenne $6500 USD
3 year old Trophy steer out of DBR Miss Valentine. $3000 USD
They were exposed to BWS Mr Perfect for 4 months. We have not preg checked and selling as open.”
The time has come to change herd sires, so now that I’ve secured his replacement, I’m putting BWS Captain Butler up for sale. He just turned 8 years old, DOB 4-18-05. He’s a Foundation Pure proven herd sire having multiple calves on the ground in the US, most of which I have pictures if requested. He’s a Sea Wolf son and out of O’Hara, which links him to Catskill Thunder and a double dose of Rambo, all great producers in the breed. Sea Wolf really gave Butler a lot of muscle that he’ll pass to his offspring, especially in the back end. I attached 3 pictures of him by himself, as well as his full pedigree I mapped out, and a comparison picture of him with a new born bull calf and my 3 year old (at that time) cow. The pictures don’t do him justice, he really is a large meaty bull, especially for a Watusi. His horns measured 69″ tip to tip & 23″ base circumference at the hair line on 7/30/12, and that was the only time he was measured at RRH. You can check my website for measurements on other cattle I own if you’d like to compare. Butler will add both body and horn to your herd, and he’s very good at his job as a bull. He’s located in East Texas and can be delivered anywhere for some fuel cost. I’m asking $2,500 for him, he comes with registration papers, and I can supply any info on Butler or his offspring via email, phone, or mail. Butler is a lot of bang for your buck, and I’m sure others will agree. Feel free to contact me anytime, and also feel free to spread the word around, I’d sure appreciate it!
Hi everyone. As we all look excitedly towards the change of seasons we should mark our calendars with our coming watusi events.
Watusi are sold at a number of different venues, including exotic animal sales all over the country. The largest of these that usually carries the largest number of animals is the Lolli Bros Exotic Sale held in Macon, Missouri. The Watusi will sell on Thursday, April 11, 2013. Plan to attend early. For more information go to http://lollibros.com/ExoticSales/tabid/55/Default.aspx.
Keep in mind that summer and fall will bring shows, such as the Kansas State Fair and Colorado State Fair. It is never too early to start deciding who you want to show off.
Also remember that we elect 3 members to our Board of Directors each year. If you are interested or know of someone else who might be interested in running, feel free to contact the office, our Secretary (Pam Jackson) or any board member for further information.
The World Watusi Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of African Ankole- Watusi cattle.