Monday, March 21, 2011

Order Up!

I have orders coming in weekly from buyers across the US and also a few foreign buyers.

We have buyers looking for:

- weanling dairy steers
- black bred heifers (up to 100)
- Registered Simmental cow/calf pairs (20)
- Angus X Feeder Calves (250)
- Holstein Short Bred Females (Must be exportable, 1000)

We are expecting a large order from a customer over seas in the coming weeks. We will keep you posted. In the mean time, if you have cattle that might fill any of these orders please let me know.



Thursday, February 24, 2011

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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

TX Enterprises - February's Featured Producer

Congratulations to Charley and Amy Thomas' TX Enterprises for being featured producer for February Featured Producer. Charley and Amy operate a cattle and grain operation in Winston Salem, NC. They also have breed and work Red & Blue Heelers on their operation. They had a new litter of puppies born in January. Below is more information about their operation. Also check out their website at and make sure you tell them you saw them on WWW.COWBUYER.COM!

TX Enterprises is a cattle and grain operation. The cattle segment is comprised mainly of commercial cattle. We utilize a cross of Red Simmental and Red Angus. Some of the better halfbloods are mated to Shorthorn for show calves. We do have a handful of quality registered Simmentals and Red Angus. At TX Enterprises we strive for the usual efficiency traits but with an extra focus on disposition and style. Bad tempered cattle are not tolerated and will not be sold to other breeders or youth exhibitors. The registered cows are run with the commercial with the same minimal inputs. The greatest majority of the calves produced are marketed off the farm. Some of these going for breeding stock while others are junior projects. All the steers are finished out in feedlot for freezer beef. The only exception are those individuals lucky enough to be selected for show steers. As a sideline we have bred and trained “real farm” working cattle dogs. Our dogs have made it in many states across the nation, with one of our more popular dogs being at Silvertowne Farms in Indiana. Another addition which has seemed to mesh very well with the other operations is our flock of free range chickens. We utilize Brahmas for their durability and docile nature. The eggs are marketed locally. Unexpectedly this flock of chickens adopted a fledgling turkey last summer that has now taken up permanent residence.
Again Congrats to TX Enterprises. Whether you are looking for show steers and heifers, replacement females, bulls or freezer beef, TX Enterprises has something for you.



Friday, January 29, 2010

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Saturday, January 16, 2010

New Year....New Features

Welcome 2010. I hope everyone had a blessed 2009. Here at, we want to do anything we can in 2010 to make your operation more profitable. To help do that, over the course of the year we will be rolling out several new features to the website. We will continue to have online auctions starting back with the Cowbuyer Vol. III Sale in February. Check the site soon for the date, catalog and more info on that sale.

Other features are in the works for both purebred and commercial producers. Whether you are selling registered bulls and replacement females to marketing you cattle individually at the stockyard, to the truck load to order buyers and feedyards, we have new features to help put more $ in your pocket this year and years to come.

Check back soon for details on those programs and more.



Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Cowbuyer customers stand strong in Dixie Classic Simmental Shows

The Dixie Classic Fair has been held every Fall for over 125 years! This year, several customers of exhibited their livestock in both the Hereford, Angus, Simmental and AOB Junior and Open shows.
At the end of the Fair, three Cowbuyer customer's claimed top honors in the Simmental Shows.

Charley and Amy Thomas of TX Enterprises in Winston Salem, NC exhibited the Grand Champion Simmental Bull (Right) and Reserve Champion Simmental Female.

Also in the open show, 3D Farms LLC exhibited the Grand Champion Simmental Female (Below), the Reserve Champion Simmental Bull, and the Reserve Champion Simmental Female in the Junior show.

In the junior show Malory Belcher of Black Ridge Simmentals in Meadows of Dan, VA and Mt. Airy, NC exhibited the Grand Champion Simmental Female (Below).

Congrats to all exhibitors in the Dixie Classic Fair and other shows across the country this Fall. Showing livestock is a great experience for all ages. If you have pictures or stories you'd like to share from your show experience, conact us today at We look forward to hearing from you. Good luck to all these exhibitors and others in upcoming shows this Fall. If you are at NAILE, go see Charley and Amy Thomas and tell them you saw them on Don't forget to check back regularly for updates, upcoming sales, events and more.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

North Carolina Assessment Referendum

Below is an email from our good friend Bryan Blinson from the NC Cattlemen's Association. If you are a NC Cattle producer or have an interest in NC Agriculure, please read below and VOTE! If you have any questions feel free to contact us at Thanks - Dustin.

Dear Members and Supporters of the NC Cattlemen’s Association,

One week from today, on Tuesday, October 6 as you know, the North Carolina Cattle Assessment Referendum will be conducted at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Centers.
Please make sure that all producers are aware that they are eligible to vote on the referendum.
An affirmative vote by producers would provide the industry in North Carolina with funds that would be used in the following five categories; Youth Development, Research, Promotion, Education and Issues Management.
These funds would be for use in the state. The expenditures of these funds would be determined within these five categories by cattle producers.
If you have any questions about the referendum, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank You,

Bryan Blinson
Executive Director
North Carolina Cattlemen's Association

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


We have been working with a group of horsemen in Arizona, Oklahoma and North Carolina about marketing ranch, reining, cutting, roping and other performance horses in the same format that we have been selling cattle, semen and embryos. We are pleased to announce that we are now at a point to move forward with this venture. If you are looking for a horse, let us know, we will try to match you with a horse that will suite your needs.

If you are looking to sell any horses, contact us today to get started with a custom marketing program just for you.


Dustin Rogers
Cowbuyer LLC

We're still here

Wow. I didn't realize it has been so long since our last post. Just wanted to let everyone know we are still here. We have some really nice bulls online from the Big Oak Angus program outside Kannapolis, NC. Wayne Wilson and his son have done a great job raising quality animals, and this set of bulls will not dissappoint any producer.

We will be having another semen and embryo auction very soon. UPS managed to take their tole on a shipper tank by turning it over and apparently dropping it. That is what insurance is for, but it takes a while to handle a situation like that.

The Tanglebriar Estate Simmentals Dispersal is on going now. We have decided to market those cattle in groups right off the farm. Those cattle are available now. There are about 125 head still available from their herd. If you are looking for quality replacement commercial females, or need heavy milking recips, these cattle are for you. Contact us today for pricing and more information.

We also have a really nice set of calves from Churchill Farms in Conway, SC that will be online next week. There are some really nice open heifers, one young herd bull prospect, and more available here.

Give us a call or shoot us an email on how we can help make your operation more profitable.



Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Cowbuyer Out and About

Over the past several weeks, our field reps have been very busy running the roads looking at great cattle. Last week we looked at some very nice Herefords in South Carolina. This Fall we will have these bred and open heifers, as well as a herd bull prospect available in an online only auction.

That same week, we looked over the Tanglebriar Estate Simmental herd that will be dispersed in late July. If you are looking for some great Sim-influenced genetics, look no farther. From solid black and black baldy, to solid red and traditional marked Simmentals, this sale offers something for everybody. We will be selling bred and open heifers, bred cows, cow/calf pairs and bulls. If you would like more info on these cattle and this sale, give us a call or check back soon as we will continue to post more information as the catalog is completed and we get closer to the sale.

We also had the opportunity to look at some nice Angus females, and an Angus bull that will be online soon. At the end of this week we will be heading down to look at a very nice set of Angus bulls that should be available on in the next few weeks.

Looking to buy? Looking to sell? Look no farther, and Cowbuyer LLC can help you find the cattle you are looking for in your herd, or sell the cattle that you need to move. We are based out of North Carolina, but have reps working across the country. Contact Dustin Rogers, Director of Marketing at 336-409-5498 to talk about your cattle needs.