Lynsey, Edward, Arlen, Lynn, and Dustin
Frey Angus Ranch had its beginning in the early 1950’s when it was initially started by Allen E. Frey, the late father of present owners and sons; Lynn, Arlen, and Edward Frey. The operation is located 4 ½ miles southwest of Granville, North Dakota.
The Freys welcome your visit at the ranch anytime and feel fortunate to share in the exciting times of the livestock industry.
The present operation consists of both an Angus and Red Angus cowherd. The Red Angus cowherd being the result of a red female, FAR Missie 276X, born of Black Angus parents in 1989 with over 75 females in production tracing back to this foundation matriarch. The Black Angus cowherd consists of 300 females of breeding age originating from foundation females rich in Eileenmere and Western Canadian breeding.
2018 will be the 43rd Annual Production sale of Frey Angus Ranch scheduled for Sunday, February 4th. The ranch will be
selling 96 Performance Tested Angus Yearling Bulls, 25 Registered Angus Bred Heifers, and 8 Performance Tested Red Angus Yearling Bulls at their ranch facilities.
In addition to being a reliable source of breeding cattle for a number of the areas’ top commercial cattlemen, the operation has exhibited numerous pen show champions of both breeds at the National Western and local livestock shows. Frey Angus Ranch also bred and exhibited the 2002 National Western Grand Champion bull, FAR Krugerrand 410H who was owned with Bruner Angus.
The 2017 calf crop consists of offspring sired by Freys Appearance, Freys Cash is King, Frey Opportunity 148A, FAR Long Range, FAR Xcaliber 245B, Young Dale Xcaliber 32X, Young Dale Believe 46B, KR Black Jack 5038, Schillings R&L Classified, SAV Institute 4281, SAV Cutting Edge 4857, SAV Pedigree 4834 and JMB Traction 292.