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In January 1999, the North Missouri Angus Breeders Alliance (N. MO. ABA) was established, consisting of the New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc. and twelve of the top registered Black Angus breeders in Missouri.
This generation of cattlemen will face the challenges of a rapidly changing cattle industry. The alliances mission is: "to promote, advance, encourage, assist and support the growth and development of the cattle industry for the small producers in an ever-changing and competitive meat industry."
What is the North Missouri Angus Breeders
Alliance (N. MO. ABA)?
This alliance is a group of fifteen registered Black Angus breeders plus the New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc. pooling their talents toward the common goal of merchandise the progeny produced from the 600 sires sold annually by the fifteen member breeders.
Why does Missouri need the N.MO.ABA?
The alliance's feeder calf and yearling marketing program was organized in Missouri to improve the cow/calf producers ability to market healthy, source-verified, genetically-superior calves and yearlings from the 600 sires sold annually within the alliance.
How can a cattle producer qualify to sell in
the N.MO.ABA sale?
A cattle producer can sell in the N.MO.ABA sale if they own at least one bull produced by an alliance member. However, after the fourth year, anyone who sells in the alliance sales must phase out their non-alliance sires and use only N.MO.ABA sires. Calves and yearlings must be home-raised and all calves/yearlings will be vaccinated with the uniform health program outlined by the Missouri Stocker/Feeder Quality Assurance Health Program (White Tag, Red Tag, Blue Tag). Calves must carry the N.MO.ABA ear tag and the Electronic Identification ear tag distributed by the New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc. The Electronic Identification ear tags have been given to the Alliance free of charge thanks to a grant from the Missouri Department of Agriculture.
What are the requirements for the Missouri
Stock/Feeder Quality Assurance Health Program?
Participating veterinarians and producers will be certified. All calves that are Show-me Select (White Tag) must be properly identified with an approved ear tag. They must have external and internal parasite control, dehorned, castrated with a knife and healed, vaccinated with 7-way clostridial, IBR, BVD, PI3, BRSV, haemophilus, pasteurella with leukotoxoid. Shots are to be given no younger than five (5) months of age and at least 21 days before the sale. Calves do not need to be weaned for the White Tag. Show-Me Superior (Red Tag) requires weaning 45 days prior to sale, booster shots at least seven days prior to sale and a minimum of 21 days following their initial vaccination plus all White Tag requirements. We recommend the producers use the Red Tag Program. The Show-Me Supreme (Blue Tag) must have all Red Tag requirements plus sire's name, registration number, source and breed of sire.
Why must the producer use the N.MO.ABA ear tag?
Each calf/yearling will be identified with a numbered ear tag and an Electronic Identification ear tag that traces it to the producer, tracking that animal back to the genetics of the sires used. New Cambria Livestock will keep a computer record of each producer's cattle regarding sires, health program and ownership. This information will be used to obtain carcass evaluation on the producer's cattle in the future. In the first year of existence, the Alliance will receive carcass data on 1,000 head of cattle.
When and where will the alliance hold their
The alliance will hold their sales on November 22, 2006; January 18, 2007; and March 22, 2007. They will be held at the New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc., New Cambria, MO at 12:00 noon.
What are the operational procedure for the
We recommend the calves and yearlings be brought in the day before the sale to the New Cambria Livestock Auction Market. These cattle delivered the day before will be fed and watered. Cattle will, also, be received the day of the sale until 11:00 A.M. The calves and yearlings will not be co-mingled this year. All cattle will be sold on "out" weights.
North Missouri Angus Breeders Alliance Members
McVae JWilt and Sons
Robuck Cattle Farms
Double Dye Angus
Thunder Valley Angus
Blades Quality Angus
Coon Angus Ranch
If you have any questions,
please call one of the following New Cambria Livestock Auction Personnel:
Larry Duncan 660-384-2182
Or New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc. at 660-226-5222
We believe the North Missouri Angus Breeders Alliance (N. MO ABA) offers independent cattle producers and feeders a unique opportunity to compete with and work within the various alliances and grid programs available.
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New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc.
P O Box 147
New Cambria, MO
Larry Duncan 660-384-2182 cell phone
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Special North Missouri
Angus Breeders Alliance (N. MO. ABA) Sale
Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 12:00 noon - see listing below.
|The North Missouri Angus Breeders
Alliance (N.MO.ABA), MFA Health Track Alliance, Purina 4-Square
Pre-Conditioning Program, and Sure Health Health Program will hold their sale at the New
Cambria Livestock Market, LLC. on Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 12:00 noon
This is a listing of cattle consigned currently:
The North Missouri Angus Breeders Alliance (N. MO. ABA) is a group of fifteen Black Angus Breeders and New Cambria Livestock Auction Market, Inc. We will sell the calves from the 600 registered Black Angus Sires used by the commercial cowmen in the Green Hills of Missouri.
These 2008 Black Angus and Black Angus Cross calves are home raised and will be vaccinated with the uniform health program outlined by the Missouri Stocker/Feeder Quality Assurance health program. All calves will be source verified and carry the N.MO.ABA ear tag.
For more information, call our
office at 660-226-5222, or call:
Larry Duncan - 660-384-2182
Lavon Moore - 660-239-4854
Doug Lock - 660-641-3898
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