11450 353rd AvenueLeola, SD 57456Office: (605) 439-3628
Craig & Peggy: (605) 439-3545 Email: office@bieberredangus.com


Our herd was started in 1968 with proven cows from leading breeders. Those cows gave us genetic lead time because they were the top cut from some of the best genetics available. sires carried our herd forward in the early years, bulls such as:
                    • BKT Foro 1108AP
                    • Choctaw Chief 373
                    • PRF Chiefton 7284 (son of 904)

We started with the best genetics in production to make the optimum improvements. When the first National Red Angus Sire Summary was produce din 1986, the following sires from our program earned six trait leader positions for weaning and yearling weight:
                    • RAB Abe Lincoln
                    • RAB Nation E410-236
                    • RAB Rock LB555-RM
                    • JKG Chiefton L303

Since the first Red Angus sire summary produced in 1986, our sires have held over 101 trait leader positions for birth, weaning, yearling, milk and stayability EPDs.

Because there is a high correlation between feed efficiency, growth and meat yield, our 40+ years of selection for optimum growth has resulted in cattle that produce superior carcass traits. Maternal traits will always have a high priority in our herd and we have continually selected for balanced cattle with an emphasis on optimum growth. Balanced cattle have high fertility, adequate milk, longevity, growth and red meat yield.

“Fault-free practical cattle,” has been our motto in better beef production.

Every good bull needs an outstanding mother. Every progressive program has superior females producing a calf every year. We select and breed the top 70% of all heifers born here in order to ensure the best females are producing your next herd sire.

This outstanding maternal influence will give you the reliability you come to expect from Bieber Red Angus Ranch.

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