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Meet the 2020 Seedstock 100 ranches

Get to know the biggest seedstock producers in the country.

Jamie Purfeerst

January 13, 2020

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We understand that it's nice to put a picture to a name, which is why we create this special gallery each year of all the Seedstock 100 operations. Some photos feature a lead bull, some showcase the people behind the ranch and some highlight the cowherd and ground that the program depends on. Regardless of the subject, they all offer a glimpse into the biggest seedstock operations across the U.S. Plus, for many we offer background on the brand, plus how to get in touch and buy genetics.

You can also view this information as a sortable data table here. 

And find these operations on the map here.

And finally, check out BEEF’s Seedstock Directory, a list of many top seedstock operations that, while they may not market enough bulls to make the Seedstock 100 list, offer outstanding genetics for cow-calf producers. Click here for the Seedstock Directory.

 

 

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