​​​​​​​​​​At this time (5-17-2024), we have the young bulls for private treaty sale shown below. 

 ​**************************** PRIVATE TREATY BULLS FOR SALE AT THIS TME *******************************

Polled or Polled/Scurred Bulls at this time.

         0 " **POLLED LOGIC" U12 sons:​​​​


    ( All bulls are Tric. & Fert. tested and ready to go to work for you at time of delivery or pick up.)

   Check out the DEVELOPING BULLS listed below.



   NOTE:  **    denotes that he has a "TYPESETTER"  mother.

               ** ** ​denotes that both patents are "TYPESETTER"

Several additional polled bulls, shown below, are in our 18 month development program at this time and are classified at 13 months.

If you want me to hold one one or more of these, deposits are being taken at this time to get them off the for sale list.

They are priced based on being pickup at or around 18 months of age. 

They should all classify U1 or U2 confirmation. If not, you get your deposit back if desired.

At 18 months, they move up to the private treaty list above if still for sale.

    NOTE: The classifier has come to classify several listed below that meet the age requirements, their scores replaced

                  the NP's prevously shown. Let us know if you are interested in one or more.

     ****************************************** 18 MONTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM BULLS ********************************************************


 "**POLLED LOGIC" U1/2 - polled or polled/scurs son:

              ​23/15** **   (5-4-2023)        SCURRED        NP           Dun          Cert. # C1177036​​​​​


Individual pictures, and Pedigrees can be sent upon request for any bull for sale.

All are what some called "double polled" which only means both parents are polled or polled scurred,

All have lots of polled individuals on their Certs. One displays the scur gene which means that he carries a polled gene, a horn gene and a third scur gene. Scurs are little loose scabs or nubs that are not attached to the skull. I do not remove them. I want you to see what they have and not just see a scar which could have been from horn removal which would mean that he had only horn genes, no polled genes, and was dehorned. 

You can go to the BBU web site ( ) and do an animal search using the Cert. # to get more information or email me.

The bull selection changes regularly, so visit back regularly or contact us at (254)-747-2199 
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                               *************************BULLS FOR TRADE or SELL by PREVIOUS BUYERS ****************************************

                                        ​                                                 (NONE at THIS TIME)