BEEF’s 4th annual Seedstock 100 listing, which ranks seedstock producers by number of bulls sold, offers you a glimpse at some of the biggest operations from across the country.
Sometimes it's nice to put a face to the name, right? That's why we put together a gallery of short bios and photos from the 2018 Seedstock 100 operations. These ranchers are some of the biggest seedstock suppliers in the country and we share a...
Welcome to the 4th annual edition of BEEF magazine's Seedstock 100, a listing of the biggest seedstock producers in the beef industry, including bull sales volume and contact information. BEEF’s Seedstock 100 list is based on the number of bulls...
We've given you data on the Seedstock 100 operations in a lot of different ways over the past three years. Now, it's even easier to find an operation near you. Click on each number to find more information on each individual operation.
Seedstock 100 suppliers predict bull prices likely will go up in 2018, especially when it comes to bulls that are worth the extra dollar.
Valuing bulls is both simple and complex, and stressful when you realize you're essentially bidding on the future.
While a fertile bull is important, he is of little use to a cow that is not cycling.
The future of genetic selection is exciting as genomics become more useful and available to commercial cattle producers. That’s especially true when it comes to culling heifers.
There are places where it makes sense to cut costs. Buying bulls isn’t one of them.