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.
As most of our members know, Watusi cattle are occasionally offered for sale at auctions, and because of the uniqueness of the breed these offerings are quite often at exotic animal sales.
Probably the most well-known of these sales is the Lolli Brothers exotic sale held every season in Macon, Missouri. Watusi and their enthusiasts can usually be found here, particularly in the spring and fall.
Spring is one the way, or at least that is what they keep telling us. Regardless of the weather the Spring Sale at Lolli Bros. Exotics in Macon Missouri will be held from April 10 through April 12, 2013. Watusi cattle will sell on Thursday, April 11 after the buffalo sale in the morning. Here is an opportunity to purchase a variety of animals and meet with other watusi enthusiasts.
The World Watusi Association has reserved room at the Pizza Hut, 2004 North Missouri Street, Macon, on the 10th of April from 6:30 p.m. on for the WWA Spring Social Get Together. Although no formal meeting is planned watusi lovers will exchange their stories and information prior to the sale on Thursday morning. We hope to see you all there.
Lolli’s Spit Fire is a wonderful example of close line breeding producing an outstanding individual and a beautiful calf of Foxfire. His horns measure 26 inches in circumference at the base, making him one of the largest horned individuals in the breed. He was used for a few years by the Lolli Brothers of Macon, Missouri prior to finding a home with Heiken’s Ark in Des Moines, Iowa.
The World Watusi Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of African Ankole- Watusi cattle.