The primary purpose of the American Red Brangus Association (ARBA) is to identify Red Brangus ancestry and record transfer of ownership. In addition, the ARBA serves to promote Red Brangus cattle, provide communication among the membership and compile performance information.
AMERICAN RED BRANGUS BREEDERS MAP
2016 Field Day
The Sunbelt Red Brangus Breeders Organization (A satellite of the American Red Brangus Association)
is sponsoring a Field Day on Sat., April 30, 2016, at 10:00 AM in Poplarville, MS.
It will be in The Barn Church at the following address:
#1 Springhill Road
There will be two speakers; Hey Landry from Long Range Wormer
Jace May from Dow Chemicals on Weed Control
A complementary lunch will be provided by "Pot Lickers."
After lunch we will tour M & M Farms, owned by Wade and Heather Benoit.
RSVP by April 25 by calling or texting Wade Benoit at 601-466-8484
Grace Gingles at 228-341-5026
For any questions or information call Dr. Richard Gingles at 228-864-4339 or 228-209-8490.
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