11450 353rd AvenueLeola, SD 57456Office: (605) 439-3628
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July 26th - Pregnancy Ultrasounding the Heifers

Last week we pregnancy ultrasounded our heifers. All of these heifers were synchronized using a 5-day CIDR protocol. 11 days after the initial AI we re-inserted a CIDR into all of the heifers. 7 days after the reCIDR we pulled the CIDRs and pulled heats and AI bred for 3 days. After breeding for the 3 days on the second cylce we turned natural service sires out. Today we ultrasounded these heifers, open heifers will be sorted off and turned out with a bull to be bred natural service to join our May/June summer calving cowherd!






After we get the results back from the vets we will share the reCIDR results! 

July 17th - South Dakota Ag Summit

Last week we hosted the Governer's Agricultural Summit here at the ranch. The Governor's Agricultural Summit brings together leaders in business, finance, education, government and production agriculture to demonstrate agriculture's comparative advantages and discuss ways to harness the industry's potential for economic development. 


This year the Governor's Agricultural Summit was held in Aberdeen, SD. 

We shared a meal at our ranch headquarters then took the group on a ranch tour. 


We enjoyed the day and thank those who attended!

For more about Ag Summit visit the SD Department of Agriculture's website


July 10th - Pulling bulls

Happy Monday! It's still hot and dry here in South Dakota. With the 4th of July holiday behind us it seems like there isn't much left of the summer. Today we pulled bulls from our spring breeding pastures. Pulling bulls can be a dreaded task, but not here at BRAR. We make an effort to prioritize disposition when selecting replacements and making breeding decisions. This not only helps us everyday on the ranch but also helps our customers!


Here is the link to video of us pulling bulls today!

Pulling Bieber Spartacus A193




Pulling Bieber Let's Roll B563




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Happy 4th of July!


Happy 4th of July from all of us here at Bieber Red Angus. We hope you are having a wonderful long weekend with your family and friends, while remembering those who have fought for our freedoms and celebrating this wonderful country that we are blessed to be living in! 


This year in Leola the biannual Rhubarb Festival is being held along with an all school reunion. Remember last Rhubarb Days when our very own Ron Bieber was named Rhubarb King for his winning rhubarb delight dessert!

June 27th - Quick Thought

Here is a quick thought from Allied Genetics that we ran across today!

Consider this:

Buy bulls in 2017

First calves out of those bulls are born in 2018

First daughters calve in 2020

Last calves born in 2023 or later

So, in 2033, 10 year old females and older could still be out of this year's bull purchases and the majority of your mid-aged cows are grand daughters.

There are no short term decisions in this business. Find the best bulls you can afford from a professional source that is committed to value into the 2030's. 

Here at Bieber Red Angus we are committed to our cattle and our customers. We stand behind our bulls and our genetics and we would like to be your bull source!

For more information or to be added to our catalog mailing list to recieve information about or Fall and Spring Production Sales contact our ranch office at 605-439-3628 or office@bieberredangus.com, Craig Bieber at 605-216-8169 or craig@biebrredangus.com 


June 22nd - Ranch Update

It's been a dry dry summer so far here in a large portion of South and North Dakota. The longrange forecast shows above average temperatures and not much in the way of rain. Please keep us and other area farmers and ranchers in your thoughts! How are the conditions in your area this summer?




Last week we attended the 4th Annual South Dakota Cattlemen's Foundation Prime Time Gala. The Gala was held at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls.

The gala consists of a dinner, silent auction and a concert with proceeds benefiting Feeding South Dakota. This year the event brouth together 1,540 cattlemen, beef industry professionals and beef lovers. Together we raised $236,508 to purchase beef and dairy products for South Dakota food banks. Read more about the gala in BEEF Magazine - http://www.beefmagazine.com/communication/prime-time-gala-raises-236508-provide-beef-food-banks!   


Here at the ranch we've been working on our 2017 hay crop. With the continuing dought we are thankful for the hay that we have this year! 



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