GENETRUST combines over 100 years of experience in the Brangus breed and unites many of the breed’s leading herds together under a single genetic alliance. The GENETRUST name may be new but the participating ranches and the cattle that now carry the GENETRUST brand have been producing some of the breed’s leading genetics for over a quarter century.
David Wood and his wife, Nada, live in Houston but their Double W Ranch property is in Mississippi, near McComb. It is property they own just North of New Orleans, where they lived for almost 30 years. In addition to ranching, his working life is spent in the business of selling offshore oilfield equipment. Initially Double W Ranch started out as purely a commercial Brangus operation, however later Wood expanded into the registered side of the business, basing and building his herd on Brinks genetics. The ranch has a number of donor cows and uses AI and ET extensively.
Double W Ranch is the home of the well known $140,000 Singletary of Brinks and also the home of one of the most famed donor females to ever leave Camp Cooley Ranch, Miss Brinks Geronimo 535K14, who has produced over $175,000 in offspring revenue including notables such as Ditka, Rowdy, Miles and MS Brinks Lead Gun 535R31.Read More
Cavender Ranches started their present operation in 1990 and began with the purchase of 120 head of Black F1 Brangus females which were on the ranch that they purchased near Troup, Texas. James Cavender had also purchased 12 purebred Brangus heifers earlier that spring which became the start of the registered Brangus herd. This led the way to Cavender Ranches becoming Brangus breeders.Read More
Johnston Brangus, owner, Wat Johnston represents the sixth generation of his family to be involved in agriculture in Southern Alabama. While he may have just entered the registered segment of the beef industry, cattle have always been part of his life and livelihood. Recently, Wat purchased the registered Brangus herd from his brother Ray. This herd has been part of GENETRUST since its inceptionRead More
How does one go from growing up on a 10,000 head commercial operation on the plains of South Dakota to raising some of the most sought after Brangus genetics in the world today?Read More
Schmidt Farms is a registered and commercial Brangus operation located in Northeast Texas. Their emphasis is on raising good functional Brangus cattle. They strongly believe that cattle raised in our part of the country (by that we mean south of Interstate 70, and definitely south of Interstate 40) need some “EAR” to maximize their potential. Some other American breeds work well in the South, but with Brangus cattle you don’t have to give up carcass quality and consistency.Read More
Draggin’ M ranch is owned by John Milam from El Dorado, Arkansas. John’s cattle heritage dates back to the 1800′s when his family started ranching in West Texas. John’s introduction into the Brangus business began in 2005 when he made his first purchases from the Brinks herd at Camp Cooley Ranch in Franklin, Texas. Originally, John was a cooperator in the Camp Cooley program where he raised and sold a very popular bull, “Pecos of Brinks 99S87″ for $23,500.Read More
Chimney Rock Cattle is nestled in the mountains of Northeast Arkansas and is home to one of the most elite herds of Brangus cattle. Built around many of the Brinks Brangus/Camp Cooley Ranch and Suhn Cattle Company’s leading donors the CRC female factory is unrivaled in its genetic depth and strength. Chimney Rock is owned by Bill and Gail Davis. Today, the Davis’ strive to build a herd of functional, customer driven Brangus cattle which meet the demands of both registered and commercial cattleman. CRC is home to or has produced leading herd sires like Newt, Blackhawk, Troubadour, Specialist, Next Step and Cowmaker.Read More
At Lake Majestik Farms, we believe in God the Mighty Creator. We are thankful to our Lord, Jesus Christ. We are blessed that he has allowed us to live and work the land we love. He has also granted us an additional responsibility of caring for a herd of his cattle. We take this sacred responsibility very seriously. We strive to do all that we can to please Him and to raise these cattle with the upmost care and concern.Read More