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About Emilio Silvas

Emilio has extensive experience with software development and product management. He grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Notre Dame. Before working for the IBBA, he established, successfully managed, and later sold his own web development corporation.

Sale Cattle Preparation Demonstration on how to fit and prepare cattle for a sale.

2016 IBBA Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet Schedule

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 Early Registration and Hotel Reservation Deadline MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29 7:00 a.m. Cattle Move in IBBA Booth Opens, NRG Center near Main Arena (Open all week) THURSDAY, MARCH 3 2:00 p.m. Board of Directors Meeting, Holiday Inn 6:00 p.m. IBBA Member Reception FRIDAY, MARCH 4 7:30 a.m. IBA Meeting 8:00 a.m. Membership Breakfast,

Registration Open for the 2016 IBBA Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet

The IBBA is excited to host everyone in Houston for the Annual Membership Meeting and Awards Banquet March 4, 2016, and encourages every member to come and participate. This year's events will be back at the Holiday Inn at NRG Park (previously Reliant Park) to improve convenience in attending events both at the hotel and

Bohac Joins Brangus Team as Education and Data Coordinator

Jenny Bohac will be joining the IBBA staff in early January as the Education and Data Coordinator at the office headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Bohac comes to the IBBA from Texas A&M University where she recently received her master’s degree in animal breeding. Bohac also received her bachelor’s degree in animal science from Texas

International Brangus Breeders Foundation Raise Funds at Houston

The International Brangus Breeders Foundation, the 501(c)(3) not-for-profit Corporation, protects and administers gifts and donations to conduct research, investigations, and experiments in the breeding of Brangus cattle, to facilitate and promote the participation of Brangus cattle in exhibitions, and to engage in such other activities that generally or incidentally promote the breed. The IBBF raised

The Brangus Bump – Brangus Hybrid Vigor

When they needed to add pounds at shipping, Will and Monnie Carol Carter of Hope Hull, Alabama found that Brangus hybrid vigor added 100lb to the weaning weights of their commercial herd. "We needed more growth," Will says. "We worked hard to get them to 720 pounds by the time they were shipped." This was