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2012 Central Dakota Bull Day event set for Bismarck on Jan. 28

Cattlemen will find out the value of a good bull – and will be able to see plenty of them – at the 2012 Central Dakota Bull Day on Jan. 28 at Farmers Livestock Auction in Bismarck, ND.

The popular Bull Day event will feature more than 30 pens of bulls representing the latest in beef cattle genetics. Sponsored by a committee of area cattlemen and supported by area businesses, the Central Dakota Bull Day gives seedstock producers the opportunity to display their animals to a large number of potential buyers at one time. It also affords commercial cattlemen a chance to view cattle from a variety of breeds and breeders. Ten breeds or breed combinations will be represented this year.

Speaker for this year’s event will be David Buchanan, Professor of Animal Science at North Dakota State University. Buchanan will discuss the value of a good bull.



Bulls will be on display from 10 a.m. until Noon. Following noon lunch and Buchanan’s talk, the bulls will be paraded through the sales ring, at which time information will be given about each breeder’s production and marketing program.

Again this year, commercial cattlemen attending the Bull Day will have a chance to win “Bull Bucks” which can be used toward the purchase of a seedstock animal from any of the exhibitors.



The Central Dakota Bull Day is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Burleigh County Extension at 701-221-6865.

Cattlemen will find out the value of a good bull – and will be able to see plenty of them – at the 2012 Central Dakota Bull Day on Jan. 28 at Farmers Livestock Auction in Bismarck, ND.

The popular Bull Day event will feature more than 30 pens of bulls representing the latest in beef cattle genetics. Sponsored by a committee of area cattlemen and supported by area businesses, the Central Dakota Bull Day gives seedstock producers the opportunity to display their animals to a large number of potential buyers at one time. It also affords commercial cattlemen a chance to view cattle from a variety of breeds and breeders. Ten breeds or breed combinations will be represented this year.

Speaker for this year’s event will be David Buchanan, Professor of Animal Science at North Dakota State University. Buchanan will discuss the value of a good bull.

Bulls will be on display from 10 a.m. until Noon. Following noon lunch and Buchanan’s talk, the bulls will be paraded through the sales ring, at which time information will be given about each breeder’s production and marketing program.

Again this year, commercial cattlemen attending the Bull Day will have a chance to win “Bull Bucks” which can be used toward the purchase of a seedstock animal from any of the exhibitors.

The Central Dakota Bull Day is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Burleigh County Extension at 701-221-6865.


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