Events Calendar

2022 TBA Spring Meeting

June 3 - 5, 2022 - Bandera, TX - Registration Now Open

The Texas Bison Association 2022 Spring Conference will be held in the “Cowboy Capital of the World”, Bandera, TX June 3rd – 5th.

Note: if you are registering multiple people, you need to add each one to your cart separately.

Registration is open for the Texas Bison Association Spring Conference taking place June 3-5 in Bandera, TX. The Friday Evening Social and Sunday Meeting are included in the $90 price. The Flying L has a Bar & Grill onsite so you can grab lunch at your own expense. Saturday evening you can join us at the Flying L BBQ Chuck Wagon Dinner & Show by contacting the Flying L at 830-796-7745 to purchase a $40 ticket. The BBQ Chuck Wagon Dinner & Show is open to the public, so we encourage you to contact the staff promptly as the event often sells out.

We are offering a block of rooms at a discounted rate at the Best Western in Bandera. Hotel rooms will range from $139-$149 based on King or Queen. To book your room at the Best Western and get the TBA discounted rate, use this reservation link or call 830-688-8081 and choose option “0”. It is very important that you choose the correct option so that you can speak with one of the local Best Western guest service agents -  https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotel-rooms.44767.html?groupId=N78HV3E3. If members would rather stay at the Flying L Ranch Resort, you can book a room at this link: https://flyingl.com/rooms/


Caprock Canyon Bison Bull - Auction

We are excited to announce that the TBA was able to obtain a young bull from the legendary Caprock Canyon herd and this bull will be a part of the annual fund-raising auction at our 2022 TBA Spring Conference. If you are in the market for a 2yr old bull, one that is a descendant of the famous Goodnight herd (now the official herd of Texas at Caprock Canyon), you will have a terrific opportunity to add legendary bloodline to your herd. Below are recent photos of this handsome boy. On January 27, 2022 the bull weighed 718 lbs.