For Sale


Donnie Robertson scans our yearlings each fall. Kirby Gober, DVM, Collects DNA Samples and Scrotal Info.

BULLS SOLD PRIVATE TREATY - ALL YEAR

Fall 2017 - We will have approximately 70 2016 bulls available

  • Bulls Fertility Tested By Independent DVM's
  • Ranch Raised Virgin Bulls and Herd Sires
  • Trich Free Bulls
  • Herd Closed 1967
  • Grass & Forage Genetics - Bulls Developed On Grass Not Feed
  • Donnie Robertson Scans Cattle All Over the US. Our Yearlings Are Raised On Grass and Are Not Fed Prior To Being Scanned Like Many Cattle Programs Which Leads To Deceptive Scan Results. Cattle That Produce Excellent Scan Results On A Grass Diet Do Better and Won’t Melt in the Real World.

Six Casey Beefmaster Bulls + 122 Angus cross Heifers

  • 116 of 122 palpated BRED (95%)
  • 112 calved without assistance, one calf born dead
  • Five did not calve either reabsorbed after palpation or miss palpated
  • 92% LIVE CALF CROP & NO assistance calving
  • Average BIRTHWEIGHT 55 lbs!
  • Over 90% BLACK CALVES
  • The owners are keeping these E-6 heifer calves for replacements.

Thanks to those who purchase bulls annually--several small and very large ranches for over 40 years--and numerous other bull buyers. These buyers purchase our virgin, trich free yearling bulls when they are 14-15 months old. Each fall we begin selling our virgin, trich free yearlings. Casey Beefmaster bulls are working in Mexico, as far north as Minnesota, Oklahoma & Indiana, east as Alabama, Florida and Georgia, west as Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico and Oregon, ALL over Texas and in numerous other states.

Each year we offer herd sires for sale. These are the animals that were previously selected from the top end of their respective calf crop and used on our females.

We sell herd sires ranging in age from coming twos to coming four. Herd sires with clean underlines, that are gentle, fertile, muscular & sexually aggressive are available.


Zack Johnston, Alabama, Every Year!!!
“The calves from your cows come out like wet worms and grow like crazy.”
Zack has been purchasing Casey Beefmaster herd sires since 2015 and lots of females in recent years.

Rob Campbell 500 Angus cows, Arkansas, Spring 2015:
“Just letting you know I'm very happy with the calves lots of reds but I'm still happy and I'll be back for more bulls as soon as it's my turn.”

Doug Johnson, Idaho, Spring 2015:
“Calves look outstanding we are 25 days into calving best I can tell 2 heifers and 5 cows left should be all but done in the next week ten days. Calves out of your bulls showing muscle and length already. We have not pulled a calf yet and I am loving the extra length of rib I am seeing already. They are also very clean sheathed and solid colored.”

Nathan Boies, The Boies Ranch, Nevada, Spring 2015 operates a ranch with 3500 black Angus females called to report he was very pleased with the Casey Beefmaster sired calves they have.

In Nov. 2009 Joe Sparks in TX purchased five coming two year old bulls from us to use on his Angus & Black Baldy cows and has been coming back for bulls ever since. Thank you Joe!!! Before he had seen calves from these bulls he came back and purchased four more two year old bulls. What is amazing is Joe's banker & several neighbors did not believe the Casey bulls were Beefmasters. When the first calf arrived Oct. 7th, 2010 Joe sent a text message saying “First calf from Beefmaster bull & black motley cow...solid black, little ear... perfect.”Joe Mike and Nancy purchase bulls every year and we appreciate their support.

The Dan Swiney family in Missouri continues to purchase bulls on a regular basis and even better brings fellow Missouri ranchers here and also Dan also purchases bulls for other ranchers who can not get here. When I asked Dan where he sells the steers he said the local auction barn and when they ask what bulls sired the calves Dan says “I don’t tell them Beefmasters I tell them Good Red Bulls”. Dan has not been able to find cattle that will perform like Casey Beefmaster bulls in MO.

One of the men who came with Dan for a road trip in late 2016 with no intention of purchasing a bull ended up buying a bull to use with his RED ANGUS females. To top it off Steve Sullivan came back with Dan in April 2017 and purchased several more bulls. Thank you Dan and thank you Steve and Claudia.

Dan Swiney, in MO, purchased Casey Beefmaster retired herd sire 2-69 on Nov. 1, 2007 and range bull 5-23 one year later. On Nov. 1st, 2009 Dan called to tell me about the cross bred calves they are getting. Dan said the calves from the retired herd sire are: “Excellent and the best set of calves he has ever had.”

“I am really tickled and the calves have NO EAR and NO SHEATH”. The bulls were crossed with Angus & Charolais females. With respect to the Casey Beefmaster/Charolais calves Dan said: “they are the best cross I have ever had”. Nine month old calves sired by Casey Beefmaster bulls weighed 650 pounds right off the mother when sold July 10th, 2009.

We hear stories like these quite often and encourage you to consider using Casey Beefmaster Bulls or Semen.

For information on available cattle, please call Watt, Jr.

Cell: 325-668-1373
Email: watt50@sbcglobal.net



SOLD
Doug Johnson - Idaho
Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire 1-163
BW 67
YR 850
SC 40
Dam: 8-11 Sold Fall 2013 to Lester Evans


SOLD
Maxine Farmer - Texas
Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire 1-103
Weight 1950
on August 21, 2015
below SC 42
BW 59 pounds
YR 935
SC 42

Dam: 3-15 - Raised Three Herd Sires Before She Was Sold In 2014 To Zack Johnson in AL Due to the Multi Year Drought. Pregnant When Sold and Calved in AL.


SOLD
Mike Keeney - Kentucky
Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire 1-177
BW 75
YR 850
SC 41

Dam: 6-30 - Calved Here Fall 2015





SOLD
Maxine Farmer, Texas
Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire 1-103
Weight 1950 on August 21, 2015
below SC 42
BW 59 pounds
YR 935
SC 42

Dam: 3-15 - Raised Three Herd Sires Before She Was Sold In 2014 To Zack Johnson in AL Due to the Multi Year Drought. Pregnant When Sold and Calved in AL.

Herd sires are sold private treaty each spring and summer. As of June 1, 2017 we have several herd sires available. These are bulls who have staying in the program for various lengths of time and rotated out of our program.

Our bulls are TRICH FREE, we have had a closed herd since 1967. No sloppy loose hide cattle here (all you people who think a Beefmaster needs a loose hide to stay cool, or for some other reason, are wrong-for decades we have sent bulls and females all over the US including AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, TX and other HOT and HUMID states and they have NO problem with tight hides). Our bulls are gentle with clean underlines, muscle from GRASS not PUFFED up with GRAIN and have high IMF and REA measurements.
  • 10 Straw Minimum - Straws $20.00
  • Discounts for volume purchases - please inquire
  • FOB Elgin Breeding Service
Casey Beefmaster CSS Semen is available and being used all over the US and in Botswana, Colombia, Nicaragua, Namibia, Mexico, South Africa & Thailand. Casey Beefmaster CSS semen is qualified and ready for export to the world. Please contact Trigon Group or Semen Importer Services for Africa.

Testimonial

James Goodrich in WY:
“Both bulls, Casey 5-48 & Casey 4-35 CSS semen bulls) worked extremely well on heifers calving this spring, just as I thought they would. All calves born unassisted.”

Dear Watt,
Hope all is well in Albany. If and when you wish to sell 9-68 (herd sire) I would be interested. Be sure and keep me in mind. I used some of the Casey 4-35 semen I purchased to flush my donor cow. It netted me 4 grade 1, 5 grade 2 and 1 grade 3 embryos. I had to freeze most of them, because only two recip cow were up to par. That is what I get for using brangus recip cows.
Sincerely, Brandon L. Baker (TX)



CSS Semen Bull "Casey 5-48"
Semen Sold in USA, Botswana, Columbia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Namibia, & South Africa
Yearling REA: 10.92 IMF: 2.50 - Scanned by Dr. Lorna Pelton

Dam: 97-94 had her 12th Calf September 18, 2010. She was open after our annual 30 Day Breeding Season and bred back in the 2nd season and was sold to Dr. Neal Lowry

Sire: 2-69 was Sold to Dan Swiney in MO


CSS Semen Bull "Casey 4-35"
Semen Sold in USA, Botswana & South Africa
Yearling REA: 11.38 IMF: 3.25 - Scanned By Dr. Lorna Pelton

Dam: 1999-73 had her 10th Calf September 18th, 2010. She was Open Spring 2011. She Was Purchased by Vern & DeArta Stirling in MO and Is Now Raising Calves In MO.

Sire: 0-20 was sold to Fred Farthing of MO


CSS Semen & Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire: 0-61
Semen Available

SOLD Thanks to Bob Stangl of Oklahoma
His Calves in S. Africa & elsewhere have the same massive hindquarters


Casey Beefmaster Herd Sire: 0-17
SOLD to Dale Lasater

We are grateful for the many customers who have supported and purchased Casey Beefmasters since 1948. Bred females will be available before long-please contact us.

  • 2005 yearling heifers REA averaged 7.26 & IMF 3.84
  • 2006 yearling heifers REA averaged 7.05 & IMF 3.78
  • 2007 yearling heifers REA averaged 6.50 & IMF 3.96
  • 2008 yearling heifers REA averaged 7.60 & IMF 4.57
  • 2009 yearling heifers REA averaged 7.54 & IMF 4.35
  • 2010 yearling heifers REA averaged 7.39 & IMF 4.40
  • 2011 yearling heifers REA averaged 8.40 & IMF 4.62, despite being in a drought
  • 2012 yearling heifers REA averaged 8.41 & IMF averaged 4.40, despite being another difficult drought year
  • 2013 yearling heifers REA averaged 8.7 & IMF averaged 4.31, despite being another difficult drought year
  • 2014 Yearling Heifers REA Averaged 7.92 and IMF 4.28
  • 2015 Yearling Heifers REA Averaged 7.99 and IMF 4.64

ALL achieved in pastures of native grasses & forage without being pushed with feed. Our yearling heifers are scanned between 13-14 months.

Each year Dr. Tom Echols preg checks our females normally in early March. Since 1977 the breeding season for all females ages 14 months and older has been 25-30 days. Those that do not conceive during this breeding season are later exposed to our top herd sires for approximately 45-60 days and offered for sale when safe in calf. A very high percentage (in the upper 90s) conceive during the combined breeding seasons. In 2015 and 2016 83-84% of the cows were pregnant after a thirty day season. In 2014 we shortened the breeding season to 25 days for all females who had calved. 89% were pregnant in one of the driest years on record. The 2015 yearling heifers averaged 74% bred, the 2014 heifers 71% and 78% of the 2013 yearling heifers were pregnant.

For information on available cattle, please call Watt, Jr.

Cell: 325-668-1373
Email: watt50@sbcglobal.net



First Calf Heifer 0-76, Bred Back w/Her Heifer 2010


First Calf Heifer 0-130, Bred Back w/Her Heifer 2006


Herd Sire Producer 6-32, Bred Back w/Her Heifer 2062


Second Calf Heifer 9-5, Bred Back w/Her Heifer 2076

Casey Beefmaster Cattle