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Bulls were weighed off-test on September 19. The off-test report is available. Final sale eligibility is shown on the report.

The 90th IBEP Bull Sale will be Saturday, October 15 at 2:00 pm at the Springville Feeder Auction. Bulls will sell following the Springville Feeder Auction Association Heifer and Cow Sale. The sale also will be broadcast on CattleUSA.com.
There will be 32 bulls in the sale: 18 Angus, 6 Hereford, 1 Red Angus, 6 SimAngus, and 1 Simmental.
If you would like a sale catalog, send your name and address to Nick Minton at nminton@purdue.edu.



The 2022 Winter Test is coming soon! The test is for bulls born October 1, 2021 through March 31, 2022 - Check out the Rules for the Test, Entry Form, and Contract - You can also enter your bulls online
Entries are due September 23, 2022 with delivery of bulls on October 25
- Be sure to read the first 2 pages of the Rules pdf about large changes to the test (testing fees, and senior and junior divisions for bulls) and a note on parentage verification and genomic-enhanced EPDs.
- Be sure to read the Critical Health Items flyer, which includes a list of accredited labs.
- After you enter bulls, you will be sent the forms you need to bring with you at delivery. If you need it sooner, you can download the Immunization Form - this also includes a sheet for recording weaning data for your bulls.


IBEP bull test station

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

Schedule for 2021-2022 Tests (2021 Winter and 2022 Summer Tests)
Schedule for 2022-2023 Tests (2022 Winter and 2023 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. A YouTube video is available - Feldun-Purdue Marks a Century of Service to Southern Indiana Producers.

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Much of the information on the IBEP web site is in pdf format. To download Adobe Acrobat Reader, visit https://get.adobe.com/reader/. If you need the content in another format, please email dlofgren@purdue.edu.