Angus steers at the feed bunk

Quality-focused Feedyards

​We know your paycheck only comes a few times a year—and that’s why finding a good feedyard partner matters so much.

This listing features yards who have historically expressed an interest in feeding high-quality Angus cattle and partnering with commercial cattlemen to capture premiums.

Company Town State Phone Website Address
Bledsoe Cattle Company Wray CO 1-970-332-4955   41726 US-385, Wray, CO 80758, USA
Kuner Feedlot Kersey CO 1-800-727-5366 website 28625 US-34, Kersey, CO 80644, USA
Gregory Feedlots, Inc. Tabor IA 1-712-625-2311 website 1164 305 Ave., Tabor, IA 51653
Tri-County Steer Carcass Futurity Lewis IA 1-712-769-2600 website 53020 Hitchcock Avenue, Lewis, IA 51544
Ford County Feed Yard, Inc. Ford KS 1-620-369-2252   12466 US-400, Ford, KS 67842
High Choice Feeders LLC Scott City KS 1-620-872-7271 website 553 West Road 40, Scott City, KS 67871
Hy-Plains Feedyard Montezuma KS 1-620-846-2226 website 7505 U.S. Hwy 56, Montezuma, KS 67867
Irsik and Doll Feedyard Garden City KS 1-620-275-7131 website 104 West Avenue A, Cimarron, KS
Poky Feeders Scott City KS 1-620-872-5834 website 600 E. Road 30, Scott City, KS 667871
Pratt Feeders Pratt KS 1-620-672-6448 website 40010 NW 20th Ave, Pratt, KS 67124
Premium Feeders Scandia KS 1-785-335-2221   705 US-36, Scandia, KS 66966
Tiffany Cattle Co. Inc. Herington KS 1-785-258-3721 website 1333 S. 2500 Rd., Herington, KS 67449
NA Timmerman Inc. Colby KS 1-785-462-3947   1762 US Hwy 83, Colby KS 67701
Shaw Feedyard  Ashland KS 620.635.0389 website 2428 CR 15, Ashland, KS 67831
Triangle H. Grain & Cattle Co. Garden City KS 1-620-275-4004 website 1955 W. Plymell Rd., Garden City, KS 67846
Circle A Feeders Huntsville MO 1-660-277-3777 website 1354 Private Road 1277, Huntsville, MO 65259
Performance Blenders Jackson MO 1-573-204-1227 website 6877 State Hwy OO, Jackson, MO 63755
37 Cattle Co. Holdrege NE 1-308-995-8417   11138 740 Rd, Holdrege, NE 68949
Beller Corporation Lindsay NE 1-402-428-2485   46927 NE-91, Lindsay, NE 68644
Beller Feedlot Lindsay NE 1-402-428-3658 website State Hwy 91, Lindsay, NE 68644
Chappell Feedlot Chappell NE 1-308-874-4193 website 16780 US-30, Chappell, NE 69129
Darnall Feedlot Harrisburg NE 1-308-783-1144 website 3071 Co Rd 67, Harrisburg, NE 69345
Loseke Feedyards Columbus NE 1-402-564-5233   12609 340th Street, Columbus, NE 68601
M and M Feeders  Lexington & Elm Creek NE

Lexington: 1-308-324-4444

Elm Creek: 1-308-856-4318


75239 Road 429, Lexington, NE 68850

6485 85 Road, Elm Creek, NE 68836

Buffalo Feeders, LLC Buffalo OK 1-580-735-2511 website US-64, Buffalo, OK 73834
Cattleman’s Choice Feedyard Gage OK 1-580-698-2271 website 183709 E County Rd #37, Gage, OK 73843
Beef Northwest Boardman OR 1-541-481-2386 website 65799 N Powder River Ln, North Powder, OR 97867
Moes Feedlot LLC Florence SD 1-605-520-1823   16319 445th Ave, Florence, SD 57235
Keeling Cattle Feeders, Inc. Hereford TX 1-806-357-2261 website PO Box 1853, Hereford, TX 79045
Wheeler Feed Yard Wheeler TX 1-806-826-5584   8074 Co Rd 10, Wheeler, TX 79096
Miller Cattle & Feedyards Torrington WY 1-307-532-2338 website 150 South Main, Torrington, WY 82240

As in any business, taking on additional risk is just that: risky. But owning cattle beyond weaning also offers the opportunities for greater rewards. This list is provided for informational purposes, not as a guarantee of profit or endorsement of any of the feedyards.

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Capture more value

Premium calves need, and deserve, premium marketing. If you want buyers to bid with confidence, you must convey more detail on the value you’ve added to your calf crop. They need confidence that they’re likely to stay healthy, gain and hit the high-quality target when they’re finished.

Whether you’re looking to sell feeder calves at auction, directly to a feeder or retain some ownership all the way through finishing, repeatable performance will build credibility with buyers year over year. When you get carcass data back, use that to find out what’s working well and identify opportunities to improve.

Where to start

This list is only a starting place to help you find the right fit. Like hiring a new employee, it may take some time to find the right partner. Just remember in your search, nothing replaces the human element; the cattle business is all about relationships. 

Conduct several phone conversations to narrow the list, then consider making personal visits to find the feeder that best matches your goals. Get to know the management team and their philosophies, too.

Success in feeding your cattle will depend on your comfort, trust and communication with each other.