​​Welcome to IBEP!

2019 Winter Test​

Bulls were weighed on February 17. The 90-day report is online. The 90-day presale report and eligibility information is also available.

There will be an Open House at the test station on Thursday, April 9 from 4:30-7:30 pm. View the flyer for details. RSVP by April 2.

The 85th IBEP Bull Sale is Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 6:00 pm at the Springville Feeder Auction. The sale will be broadcast on DVAuction.
Sale catalogs will be available free of charge. To request one, call 765-494-6439 or email dlofgren@purdue.edu.

2020 Summer Test​

Rules for the test and entry forms are now available - entry deadline is April 6, with delivery of bulls on April 28.
Be sure to read the Critical Health Items flyer.

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)

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)"

Check out the Summer 2014 issue of Purdue Agricultures magazine. There is a feature article about Feldun-Purdue Ag Center's 100 years, including IBEP. There's also a video and a slide show.

Email Notification of IBEP Reports

Sign up​ to receive an email notification whenever IBEP reports are put online.

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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