NC Beef Cattle Improvement Program (Bull Tests)
Extension Animal Husbandry
Department of Animal Science
The Beef Cattle Genetics program in Extension is responsible for the North Carolina Beef Cattle Improvement Program at NCSU; a cooperative herd improvement program in connection with the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association. NC BCIP includes an on-farm beef cattle performance testing program, and four central bull testing stations – Butner (silage-based diet), Waynesville (silage-based diet) and NC BCIP Forage Bull Test (forage-based, grazing program).
On-Farm Performance Testing
- NC BCIP-Operating Procedures and Policies
- Application Form
- Application Form for the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Association
Central Bull Tests
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- R&R 18Rules and Regulations for the North Carolina Bull Testing Stations
- Nomination Forms
- Health Forms
- Past BCIP Bull Test Summaries – Butner
Butner BCIP Bull Test Station
- Butner On-Test Report
- Butner 56-Day Report
- Butner 84-Day Report
- Butner 112-Day Report
- Butner Final
- Butner Catalog 18 3
THE BUTNER BULL SALE IS SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 2018, AT GRANVILLE COUNTY LIVESTOCK ARENA.
Waynesville BCIP Bull Test Station
- Waynesville On-Test
- Waynesville 56-Day Report
- Waynesville 84-Day Report
- Waynesville112-Day Report
- Waynesville Final
- Waynesville Catalog
THE WAYNESVILLE BULL SALE IS SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 7, 2018, AT WNC REGIONAL LIVESTOCK CENTER CANTON NC.