Adding More to the List

Our web design team has been BUSY lately.

We’re happy to share their work with you as well.

Foster Brothers Farms –

While visiting the Foster Brothers new website, be sure to check out their offering in The Black Label Event Sale on Sunday, Oct. 20th in Grandview, Texas. Click here to view the catalog. They’re selling some exciting Chianina, Simmental and Angus lots.

Pictured at left is Lot 22.

Stangl Shorthorns –

Shorthorn cattle have grazed the pastures here since the late 1800s. Five generations of Stangl family members have helped build our program from then until now. We take great pride in producing bulls, heifers and club calves that can excel in any operation or budget. Visitors are always welcome, come take a look at our program deep in Shorthorn heritage or give us a call, we love to talk cattle!

Don’t miss their consignments in the Durham Nation Sale at Jungels Shorthorn Farm on November 3rd, 2013 in Kathryn, ND.

Circle M Farms – 


A Christmas gift in 2006 started what has now become Circle M Farms.  Pam purchased 2 bred heifers for Craig that she thought would be something fun to keep him busy.  2 quickly became 10 and then a full time cattle operation.  We now have a herd of Registered Simmental, Angus and Sim-Angus Cattle.

We started off with all the cattle in Rockwall but soon realized we had out grown the place.  So with the idea that after Tanner our nephew graduated we would move everything east we bought the place in Grand Saline.  Now the show barn is in Rockwall and the cow herd is in Grand Saline.

Our nephew, Tanner, is involved in the day to day operation of our show barn.  He exhibits cattle on a state, regional and national level.  Tanner has started his own Angus and Simmental herd with his former show cattle.

Craig, a graduate of Texas Tech University, grew up working on his grandparents farm where they raised cattle and cutting horses.  Pam exhibited Simmental cattle in high school and went on to earn a degree in Animal Science from Texas A&M Commerce. They met while both were taking classes at TAMU-C and married in 1999.

As they continue to grow their herd, they are committed to breeding and raising quality Simmental and Angus cattle with elite genetics that will excel in the show ring as well as becoming great producers in the cow herd.

The ranch was established in 1943 (then called Jack Copeland and Sons Herefords) by Jack and Mary Alice Copeland and Jack?s parents Otis R. and Belinda Copeland.
The ranch was strictly a commercial Hereford operation in the beginning and then diversified into a combination registered and commercial Hereford operation. Although from the beginning ranch cattle were exhibited at shows locally and nationally, the cattle have always been bred for survival under range conditions and to produce all of the performance our severe southwest climate will allow. 

Strict performance records, feedlot testing, and even ultrasound scans and DNA evaluations are a part of the Copeland protocol. Today the ranch is even more diverse, not only selling registered and commercial Herefords, but also F1 black baldy replacement heifers and Maine Anjou cattle. A premier club calf division has also been established. 

Clifford and his wife Barbara took over the management of the ranch in 1959. In 1983 Cliff and his wife Pat moved home and joined the family operation. Finally, Matt and his wife Kyla make the fifth generation to continue the quest of producing the best cattle possible for our customers. 

Don’t miss The EVENT Langford & Copeland Joint Production Sale on Sunday, Oct. 20th in Okmulgee, Okla. Click here to view the catalog.

If you are interested in booking your own website project with Focus Marketing Group, please contact Erick or Robin to get a quote. We would love to create an eye-appealing and functional website for your operation!
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