The University of Tennessee Plateau Research and Education Center at Crossville will sell cattle from its herd on Friday, March 28, starting at 10:00 a.m. CDT.
The sale will feature high-quality replacement heifers and yearling bulls. Registered Angus, Gelbvieh, and Balancers will be featured. Minimum bids per head will be required. Registration documentation and performance data are available for review.
For more information, including a list of the cattle to be sold, or to make arrangements to preview sale stock, contact the Plateau Research and Education Center at (931) 484-0034, or e-mail Glenda Wisdom at [email protected].
Marcka Auction Services will oversee the sale, with Marcus Davis presiding as auctioneer. The sale will be conducted at the center’s headquarters on U.S. Highway 70 North, approximately 8 miles west of Crossville.
The Plateau Research and Education Center is one of 10 UT research laboratories operated across the state by the Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station. At each facility research is performed to solve real-world problems faced by producers and industries so businesses can thrive and consumers can enjoy high standards of living. Information about UT's agricultural research programs, including those of the Plateau Research and Education Center, is available online at http://AgResearch.tennessee.edu/.