Brinks Brangus at Westall Ranches Purchases 101 Ranch Brangus Cows

Submitted by Cheramie Viator
Ray Westall and Tate Pruett

Ray Westall and Tate Pruett

In his continued effort to build upon the history of the legendary Brinks Brangus herd, Ray Westall, owner of Brinks Brangus at Westall Ranches, has announced the purchase of 250 registered Brangus females from 101 Ranch at Palo Pinto, Texas.

“We are excited about this addition to our herd,” Westall said. “101 Ranch purchased many of the Camp Cooley Ranch core donors and many young performance standouts in their dispersals. These females will move to our ranch at Arabela, N.M., and help us to continue our progress in developing Brangus cattle that work for commercial and registered cattlemen across the U.S.”

The historic Brinks Brangus herd was built on performance fundamentals and has genetic influence worldwide. Today, many of the Brangus breed’s trait leaders for calving ease, growth, maternal and carcass traits are either Brinks sired or trace to Brinks sires.

On October 11, 2014, Brinks Brangus at Westall Ranches will host their first bull and female production sale. The all-video sale will be hosted in Ruidoso, N.M., preceded by cattle viewing and a field day at the ranch in Arabela, N.M. Details will be available on www.brinksbrangus.com.

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