"Dedicated to promoting the Braunvieh Breed"
Thank you for attending the April 26, 27, 28 - TJBA State Show in Belton Texas.
Congratulations Bennie Phillips on your winning ticket for the grand prize a 2019 Polaris Ranger. All the winners listed below.
Select to open catalog for the January 20, 2019 Sale
The 2019 TBA Board of Directors (L to R) Dwight Alexander, James Hinton, Leslie Mirassou, Donnie Johnson, David Hall, Clydene Pittman, Loretta Hall and Clay Stotts.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket to support the TBA and our Juniors. Here are the winners for this year.
1st-Polaris Ranger-Benny Phillips
2nd-Custom Speaker System-Lonnie Allen
3rd-105 qt Yeti Tundra Cooler-Luke Abner
4th-$400 Visa Gift Card-Benny Phillips
5th-40qt Yeti Hopper-Wesley Benton
6th-Apple I-Pad-Ben Barlow
7th-35 qt Yeti Cooler-Felysha Walker
8th-Fishing Rod, Tackle box, and gear-Dave Elenburg
The first phase would be: Starting in the show season of Fall 2019/Spring 2020 that in order for any animal to be eligible to show or sale in any BAA sanctioned show or sale, that specific animal would have to have a DNA profile on file with the BAA. That doesn’t mean that an animal has to be parent verified by DNA at this point. Simply put that you would have to submit a hair or blood sample of any animal prior to any show or sale that animal would be entered in. We feel this will give us a breed a larger DNA data base for improved genomically enhanced EPD’s which have been sought after for quite some time now, as well as give us a DNA foundation for the second phase of this plan. The only sale that this would effect would be the National Braunvieh Sale. We would hope that other independent sales would follow suit but they would not be required to. The shows that this would effect would be ANY point show for the BAA as well as the Junior National Braunvieh Show.
The second phase would be: Starting in the show season Fall 2020/Spring 2021 that in order for any animal to be eligible to show or sale in any BAA sanctioned show or sale, that specific animal would have be then be parent verified by DNA. Once this phase goes into effect, any animal over six (6) years of age, that has no living or stored parentage would be grandfathered as long as the animal in question for show or sale has a DNA profile on file for the future offspring of that animal to be verified back to.
Mark Wolken, Chairman BAA Exhibition Committee
Committee members represented:
Jessica Johnston Bartley, Marilyn Brink and Donnie Johnson
TBA Board Members up for Re-Election and Prospective Board Members for 2019
CHECK HERE FOR THE LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS FOR TEXAS BRAUNVIEH ASSOCIATION
New DNA requirements for Shows and Sales Beginning Fall 2019/Spring 2020
President - Donnie Johnson
Vice President - David Hall
Secretary - Loretta Hall
( 806) 930-2565
Board of Directors
Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Lone Oak, TX 75453
Jose Lucas "Pepe" Guerra
Clarendon, TX 79226