Dalebanks Angus is a fifth-generation ranch nestled in the southern Flint Hills of Kansas.
The first Angus cattle were purchased in 1904, and they have been raising registered Angus ever since.
Today, Dalebanks Angus is owned by the Perrier family, and they operate nearly 400 registered Angus females. Two hundred yearling and coming two-year-old bulls are marketed annually, some sired by these Select Sires Lineup Bulls:
Among the recent sires Dalebanks uses is 14AN502 TEHAMA TAHOE B767. Tahoe is arguably one of the most complete Angus bulls in the breed. Ranks in the top 1 percent of the breed for CED and top 10 percent for WW and YW all while adding body, fleshing ability and base width. He will improve MARB and REA while adding eye-appeal, dimension and improving feet and udders. Few sires can match his combination of Calving Ease, performance, maternal traits and carcass merit all while improving type and longevity
Since Bert Barrier brought the first Angus to Dalebanks in 1904, their mission has been to produce genetics that add profit to the beef community. They believe that Angus cattle are exceptional in the traits that make money: reproductive efficiency, performance and end product merit. They strive to produce bulls that excel in ALL of these traits, simultaneously. While this may not always result in one elite trait, they believe that this balance is what enables their customers–and therefore their family – to achieve long-term profitability.