Forty-First Annual North Carolina BCIP Waynesville Bull Test Sale

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The forty-first annual Waynesville Bull Sale will be held on Saturday, December 5,
2020. We will be selling the bulls at the WNC Regional Livestock Center and the start time will be at 11 a.m. All bulls will have a floor of $1750. Directions to the sale site are on the back cover of this catalog.

Waynesville Catalog 2020

The bulls will be moved to the sale site the morning of Friday, December 4, and will
be available for viewing that afternoon. All bulls will need to be picked up on sale day.

The Waynesville Bull Test Station is located at the Mountain Research Station
which is operated by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. The test is
sponsored by the North Carolina Beef Cattle Improvement Program and conducted
through the cooperative efforts of North Carolina Cooperative Extension, North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association.

We would like to thank Zoetis Animal Health who donated the vaccines and
dewormer to the Waynesville and Butner Bull Tests. We would also like to thank Will Morrow (Mountain Research Station, Superintendent), Kyle Miller (Bull Test Station, Manager), and the staff at the Mountain Research Station for the excellent care that they have given the bulls again this year.

At this time the sale will be conducted in person according to the regulations set by
the state at the time of the sale. There will be an email blast sent out the week of the sale giving more details and how you can bid if you are not able to attend. If you do not get email blasts from the NC Cattlemen’s Association you can contact the office at (919) 552-9111 and be added. You can also contact the numbers below for help bidding.

In case of inclement weather, call one of the phone numbers below after 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 5 to get a definite status of the sale.
(919) 422-9108 / (919) 795.9696 / (828) 456.3943