Dallas, Texas, October 13, 2023 — BRC continues to affirm it’s position as the ranch of Brahman excellence at the 2023 State Fair of Texas, where it clinched a series of prestigious awards and accolades.
The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the grand success of BRC’s finest show cattle. BRC Me Again Margaret 254, showcased her undeniable superiority by securing the Grand Champion Female title in both the open show and the junior show. Mitch Thomas, a revered Charolais breeder hailing from south Texas, said, “As good as the show has been, our champion is that much better than the rest. When you study them in terms of type and kind, there’s one that stands out above the rest.” He then gave the championship slap to Mollie Cutrer, owner and exhibitor of Me Again Margaret 254.
BRC Money Don’t Jiggle 240 dazzled as well, capturing the title of Junior Champion Bull. 240 is a full brother to Margaret 254 and is owned by BRC Ranch and GB Cattle. In addition to these accolades, BRC 103/8 was honored as the Champion Embryo Produce of Dam.
But the accolades didn’t stop with the cattle. BRC’s junior exhibitor Kase Baca was chosen as the Intermediate Champion Showman in the junior show, while Mollie Cutrer was named the Reserve Champion Intermediate Showman.
These achievements at the State Fair of Texas reflect the unwavering dedication of the BRC family to the pursuit of excellence in Brahman cattle. For BRC, it’s not just about winning awards; it’s about fostering a sense of community, friendship, and family within the Brahman cattle industry.
BRC extends its heartfelt gratitude to the State Fair of Texas for providing a platform to showcase the finest in Brahman cattle breeding and to the judges and participants for their support and enthusiasm.