The Carolina Brahman Breeders Association held their annual sale June 3 in beautiful Clemson, South Carolina in front of a standing room only crowd with Travis Harrel on the mic talking the cattle.
An excellent set of registered Brahman sold for an average of $5,414.00 with buyers from 11 states.
Lot 4, SF Miss Lady Diva 249/6, a +MR WINCHESTER MAGNUM 999 daughter, consigned by JM Cattle topped the sale as Myra Morrison claimed her for $10,000.
The second-high selling lot was Lot 3 Miss L2 158 consigned by JM Cattle. It sold to Myra Morrison as well for $8,500.
The averages for registered animals were as follows: haltered heifers – $6,687.50, breds – $5,875, pairs -$5,086 and open heifers – $4,006.
There was a good selection of F1 heifers as well with an overall average of $1565 on mostly open offerings.
ABBA President Geroge Kempfer attended the sale.
“We appreciate all the support from buyers, sellers, as well as spectators,” Phillip Gilstrap said. “Until next time, see you down the road.”