brahman cattle north carolinaThe C B B A thanks you for your support at our
42nd Annual Sale held on
Saturday, June 4, 2022.

See events page for sale averages

Congratulations to Phillip Gilstrap for advancing as a semi-finalist to the World Livestock Auctioneer Championship.
Phillip, the CBBA is proud to call you one of our own.


CBBA History: Interested Brahman breeders from North and South Carolina organized at the farm of J. Lewis Patterson in Concord, North Carolina in the late 1970’s. The purpose of the group was to promote Brahman Cattle and provide a place to market the breed. The first CBBA officers were elected in 1980. Membership and interest has grown throughout the years, as we have members from all across the Eastern U.S.


  • Please check your contact information in the Members Directory and send any corrections to Ann Shaughnessy at ashaug@aol.com.
  • If you would like to submit an article about your Brahman cattle to the Carolina Cattle Connection, please contact Philip Gilstrap at PGDDFARM@gmail.com

* Please feel free to explore our website.  We provide members & visitors with a great deal of information and resources.  To add information or if you have any questions or comments. please contact CBBA.