TN Beef Heifer Development Consignment Form
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 Producer Information
Address
BQA Number (If known)
   General Heifer Information
Season Born
Number consigning:
Polled or Dehorned:
 Marketing
At the end of the program, you have the choice to take the heifers back to your farm, or have them marketed as bred replacements. Heifers confirmed pregnant are eligible to be sold in an associated TBHDP-branded sale or through private treaty, depending on numbers
If "Sell"' How many:
Pre-Delivery Health Management
  • *  Enter the specific information for each heifer on the second page of this form
  • *  Each heifer must have received at least one round of vaccination for the following diseases more than two weeks prior to delivery
  • *  The sire of each heifer must be registered but the sire does not need to meet any specific requirements other than registration with a breed association- For heifers born to multi-sire breeding groups, include the registration number for all the sires in that group
  • *  Heifers weighing less than 500 pounds at delivery will be assessed for frame and muscle score and- If lightweight heifers are judged to be unlikely to reach target breeding weight prior to the beginning of the breeding season, they will not be admitted into the program 
  • *  Health Certificates are not required for heifers originating from TN
Heifer ID
Estimated Delivery Weight
Date of Birth
Sire's Reg. #
Breed Type
Clostridial (7-or 8-way) Product
Date Given
Respiratory (IBR,BVD,PI3,BRSV) Product
Date Given
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Heifer ID
Estimated Delivery Weight
Date of Birth
Sire's Reg. #
Breed Type
Clostridial (7-or 8-way) Product
Date Given
Respiratory (IBR,BVD,PI3,BRSV) Product
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