Beef on the Brazos
Always wanted to be a Texas Rancher but did not have the time, the land or the know-how? Well, now you can…..if only for one day! Beef on the Brazos is a unique opportunity for a chance to own a herd of cattle. From April 17 until June 30, $50 raffle tickets are available and only 2000 will be sold to win twenty F1 Bradford heifers with an estimated value near $20,000, subject to the market price at the time of the sale.
All Proceeds from the raffle benefit the Washington on the Brazos State Park Association, a nonprofit organization, existing to help preserve the rich history of the heroic actions taken by our forefathers at Washington on the Brazos with the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico, on March 2, 1836.
Raffle and prize details:
Twenty F1 Braford heifers are being raffled off for a $50 donation. Only 2,000 tickets will be sold.
The heifers will each weigh between 500-600 lbs.
The drawing will take place June 30, 2019---at Barrington Farm, Washington on the Brazos. It will be live streamed on Facebook.
The cattle will be delivered free within 100 miles, or if the winner prefers, they will be delivered to Cattleman’s Livestock Auction in Brenham, with a check sent directly to the winner.
Tickets may be purchased through the park association website, http://wheretexasbecametexas.org/gift-shop/product/brazos-raffle-ticket/ , or by calling Ginger Moreland at 979-830-1824. Payment can be made through PayPal, credit card, checks or cash.
Tickets are also available at these participating partners:
Cattleman’s Livestock Auction Brenham, Texas
Cattleman’s Supply Brenham, Texas
Turner, Pierce & Fultz/ Ace Hardware, Navasota, Texas
Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site is found on the Brazos River at the original townsite of Washington, Texas, a major political and commercial center in early Texas. It is located at 23400 Park Road 12, Washington, TX, 77880—approximately halfway between Brenham and Navasota, off of State Hwy. 105. From Hwy. 105, follow either FM 912 or FM 1155 to Park Road 12. For additional information, call (936) 878-2214 or visit the site’s website at www.wheretexasbecametexas.org.