​​Welcome to IBEP!

2020 Summer Test​

Bulls were weighed on July 21. The 63-day report and newsletter are available.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, although you are welcome to come and view bulls, we ask that you contact the test station in advance (812-279-4330).

2020 Winter Test​

Rules and Entry Forms for the 2020 Winter Test are now available. Entry deadline is September 25. You can also enter your bulls online. Be sure to read the Critical Health Items flyer.
COVID-19 Note: We hope that the 2020 Winter Test will be able to go on as planned. If it has to be cancelled, and you have entered bulls, we will contact you and refund your entry fee.

The Test Station page now has aerial photos of FPAC and the IBEP test station.

Two videos have been added to the IBEP Videos section of the FAQ page:  one about structural soundness of bulls, and one describing what the screening committee looks for when evaluating bulls.
IBEP bull test station
Schedule for 2019-2020 Tests (2019 Winter and 2020 Summer Tests)
Schedule for 2020-2021 Tests (2020 Winter and 2021 Summer Tests)

Purdue Agriculture's photographer Tom Campbell visited FPAC and the IBEP test station on the 28-day weigh day (6/18/19). Check out the photos and story: "A Day on the Farm (Part II)"

FPAC celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014. The Summer 2014 issue of Purdue Agricultures magazine had a feature article about FPAC's Century of Service to southern Indiana producers, including IBEP. There's also a video.

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Much of the information on the IBEP web site is in pdf format. To download Adobe Acrobat Reader, visit https://ag.purdue.edu/Pages/Downloads.aspx​. If you need the content in another format, please email dlofgren@purdue.edu.


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