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BJ's Tiger 101                                 $20/straw
BAR Forage Harvestor 506               $25/straw
BJ's Bearcat 314                             $30/straw
BAR Netmore                                  $40/straw       
Center, ND
                                                                                                              About BAR



Browns Angus started in 1993 when we purchased our first commercial angus cows. In 1996 we purchased 50 open heifers, 15 being registered from the well known North Star Angus Ranch, just a few miles from us. Bloodlines go back to some of the most influential sires in the breed such as Wham, Rito, and New Trend.  


Since 1996 we have been AI'ing and using our own herd sires out of our top producing cows. Some of the sires we feel improved and continue to add excellent qualities to our herd are Black Butte Rito Trend 322, GDAR Rolls Royce 203, FAR Krugerrand 410H, SAV Networth 4200, HF Tiger 5T, and our new herd sire BJ'sTiger 101.


We continue to grow our herd each year by bringing in new genetics through AI and Embryo transfers.  Our cattle have to strive in our North Dakota environment. They need to characterize good dispostions, good udder quality, and performance.  


For more information or if you would like to stop and take a look at the bulls or heifers feel free to drop us an e-mail or give us a call at Home (701) 794-8711, Justin's cell (701) 207-0054, Paul's cell (701) 207-0698, Kelan's cell (701) 207-0311 or Shae's cell (701) 207-0137.  


  Blessings,


  Brown's Angus Ranch
Kelan & Holly ~ Brooklynn, Parker, Justin, Braxton & Kayla ~ Paul & Keri ~ Shae & Jenny
Brown Angus Ranch donates bull to a Kansas rancher that lost everything!

    Recent wildfires that burst through the states of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado has taken the lives of many livestock that were in its path. 
    There are many first time ranchers down in these affected areas that were just getting off on their feet and suffered huge losses.  Most included their whole cowherd, all fences, and even houses and shops.  
    We felt it was necessary to try and help out a fellow breeder that lost 1180 pairs in the wildfire. He was at a total loss and only manage so save a small group of replacement heifers he had at a different location. We donated a heifer bull sired by our own herd sire BAR Firebrick 286 out of a SAV Bismarck daughter.  
    They were extremely humbled and excited that someone could do this for them in such a time of heart break and sorrows.  We pray every day that they can find peace and be able to fight through this trying time.