KGA Sales & Events


District 4

Saturday, August 19, 2017

8-10 AM - Hightower Cattle Co.

12-2 PM - Hilltop Farms

3-4 PM - Davison Bros.

5-7 PM - Degeer Gelbvieh



17th Annual Kansas Gelbvieh Assn

Pick of the Herd Female Sale

Saturday, November 25th, 2017 - 1:00 PM - Salina, KS





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KGA in the News

Kansas Gelbvieh Member of the Year:


Kansas Gelbvieh Association Member of the Year was Bob and Karla Beying from Easton, KS. Bob and Karla have been raising Gelbvieh cattle since 1988. Bob served on the KGA board for 6 years and 3 years as president. They have been active in promoting Gelbvieh and hosted a stop on this year’s tour. Bob and Karla take great pride in their four grandsons: Seth, Logan, Like, and Cooper and their participation in the American Gelbvieh Junior Association. They can be found at Jr. Nationals and shows around the country supporting the breed and every event the boys are involved in. Pictured is Bob and Karla Beying and President, Randy Odle.



Kansas Gelbvieh Association Pick of the Herds Female Sale Report:


November 26, 2016; Salina, KS,

Auctioneer: Ron Cunningham

Sale Management: Bulls-Eye Genetics


The high selling female was lot 15 consigned by Dawson Creek Ranch.  BDCG DC 39D4 a Jan. 2016 black homozygous polled purebred sired by JRI Next Step 285X72.  When the gavel fell at $7,250 Hilltop Farms, Asbury, MO was the new owner.


The 2nd high selling female was lot 36, the youngest female in the offering RROG Deal Her In 396D a black homozygous polled purebred consigned by R&N Overmiller Gelbvieh. This daughter of 3G Zip Line 266Z commanded $6,000 to 4T Ranch, Stillwater, OK.


3rd High seller was Lot 13 HIGH MS Cora 9C79 ET a red homozygous polled 75% heifer selling for $5,500 to RLB Genetics, Fordland, MO. She was sired by JRI Pop A Top 197T83. This consignment came from Hightower Cattle Company.


The high selling Bred heifer was Lot 12 OGSG Crystal Clear 5208C consigned by Overmiller Gelbvieh.  This homozygous polled female sired by 3G EZ Money 209Z sold for $4,200 to Barwick Gelbvieh, Orleans, NE.


The high selling pair was Lot 1. This Balancer Cow/Calf pair demanded $4,000 to Steinkruger Gelbvieh, Upland, NE. The cow was sired by VRT Lazy TV Watchman W021, and the calf was sired by LAMJ X-Factor 673X. Barwick Gelbvieh consigned this pair.


 The 12 head of breds averaged $2,625 and the 24 head of open heifers averaged $3,135.

2017 Board Members:


Pictured L-R: Dustin Aherin, At-Large; Tim Beying, District 3; Risa Overmiller, Secretary/Treasurer; Bill Clark, President, District 2; Ken Schmucker, Vice President, District 5; Stuart Jarvis, District 1; KC Youngblood, District 4, Kevin Hightower, At-Large; Not Pictured: Matt Raile, At-Large; and Cole Buffo, District 6.



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