Texas Hereford Association
The Texas Hereford Association had its beginning in a San Antonio, Texas, boot shop on November 7, 1899, and the four men who are identifiable in this painting helped make Texas Hereford history on that important day. Captain William S. (Sude) Ikard of Henrietta, the first breeder of Hereford cattle in the state of Texas, featured in the center of the painting, has just been elected to serve as the first president of the newly formed Texas Hereford Association, and he is being congratulated by Col. B. C. Rhome of Rhome. Behind these two individuals, applauding vigorously, are from left to right: B. C. Rhome Jr., also of Rhome, and J. F. Yearwood of Georgetown.
The Texas Hereford Association's staff, current leadership, and its members hope to revolutionize the industry by placing a Hereford bull in every pasture, and a Hereford steak on every plate across the state of Texas.
The Texas Hereford Association will provide the leadership to unite, foster and protect the interest of the Hereford breed; and promote fairly the production and consumption of Hereford beef universally.
Humphrey's Farm & Ranch Online Sale
Colyer Herefords Fall Sale
Bar A Cattle Co. Online Heifer Sale
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Fall Bull Sale
Oct. 7, 2019
Auctioneer: Matt Sims; Dustin Layton
34 bulls $165,000 Avg. $4,853
13 females $21,900 Avg. $1,685
Top selling bull $10,000.
22nd Annual Production Sale
Ft. McKavett, TX
Sale Date: October 8, 2019
Auctioneer: Jim Birdwell, Fletcher, OK
75 bulls $334,250 Avg. $4,457
98 commercial females $169,200 Avg. $1,727
Top selling bull $15,000.
Auctioneer: C.D. Booker, Kyle Colyer, Dustin Layton
2 bulls $75,000 Avg. $37,500
47 females $609,446 Avg. $12,967
71 embryos $61,557 Avg. $867
Top selling bull, ½ int. $54,000.
Top selling female $40,000.