2023 BRC Best of the Spring Borns Sale Report

October 18, 2023

The 2023 BRC Best of the Spring Borns Online Sale, held on October 17, 2023, was a remarkable event that showcased the exceptional demand for BRC genetics and the Brahman breed. This online sale drew the attention of cattle enthusiasts and breeders from far and wide, with bidders from three international countries and the USA.

Here are the key highlights of the sale:

Overall Sale Statistics:

  • Average Valuation Per Head: $47,400
  • Total Number of Head Sold: 5

High Selling Lots:

BRC Johnny Brahman 299:

  • Valuation: $76,500
  • Buyer: Garrett Cattle Company, Texas
  • Details: The star of the auction, BRC Johnny Brahman 299, was a highly coveted young herd sire prospect. 299 is out of the 2018 National Champion Female and 2019 International Champion Female, BRC Sweetie 486. He is a half brother to the 2023 International Champion Brahman Female, BRC Lady Glitter Sparlkle. 299 is sired by MSP King Garrett 584/1, an outcross sire we selected from the Partin & Partin Heart Bar Ranch program. With a commanding valuation of $76,500, Garrett Cattle Company secured this exceptional Brahman bull who joins BRC Dutton 376/8 in the GCC Bull battery. This acquisition holds the promise of further elevating the breeding program of Garrett Cattle Company and the production of practical, functional cattle along the gulf coast.

BRC Wannabe Rocker 366:

  • Valuation: $52,500
  • Buyer: Ingram Angus, Tennessee
  • Details: Half interest in BRC Wannabe Rocker 366 was secured by Ingram Angus of Tennessee for a valuation of $52,500. Sired by Dutton, the 2019 Reserve National Champion Bull and out of BRC 805/8, the 2021 International Champion Female, this heifer represents exceptional genetics and potential. Ingram Angus is one of the elite Angus seedstock operations in the United States and recognizes the value that Brahman cattle play in crossbreeding, especially in the gulf coast region.

The 2023 BRC Best of the Spring Borns Online Sale was a testament to the quality of the cattle on offer and the commitment of both buyers and sellers to advancing the industry.

The average valuation for this year’s sale marked a noteworthy 10.4% increase compared to the previous BRC online sale, showcasing the increasing momentum, elevated quality, and global appeal of the BRC bloodline.

We extend our congratulations to the winning bidders and heartfelt appreciation to all participants who made this sale a resounding success.

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