-Welcome to Lyons Ranch-
Welcome to Lyons Ranch!
Lyons Ranch is located in the Flint Hills of Kansas, one of the most productive native grazing areas in the world. We are blessed to have three generations of the Lyons and Langvardt family working together to serve the beef industry and raise the Angus cattle we love.
At Lyons Ranch, we have a balanced approach to Angus genetics and a commitment to our customers. Our goal is to continue to raise proven, profitable cattle that will serve this industry and its stewards in a real-world, sustainable way.
We don’t breed for extremes in any one area, but focus on the predictability of important traits. Our cowherd is made up of productive females from strong cow families. The momma cow is forgotten when cattle are bred solely on paper. At Lyons Ranch, we pay attention to fertility, calving ease, performance, efficiency as well as carcass value. We strive to produce easy keepers with good attitudes and great mothering ability, cows that we like working with every day.
Our 36th Annual Lyons Ranch Superior Genetics Bull Sale will be on Monday, March 4th, 2024. It is humbling to welcome repeat customers and friends we see year after year. We also look forward seeing new faces -- we aim to become Your Source for Superior Genetics.
Current News From Lyons Ranch
See you on Sale Day - Monday, March 4th
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We invite you to join us the first Monday in March for our 36th Annual Production Sale!
To request a catalog and for more information go to our Current Sale Page or click here.
Kansas Governor Celebrates Beef Month
We welcomed Kansas Governor Laura Kelly to the ranch to proclaim May 2022 as Beef Month in Kansas.
As she read and signed an official proclamation, we drove a group of first calf heifer pairs up behind Governor Kelly. Others in attendance included Kansas Secretary of Ag Mike Beam, several state legislators, commodity group representatives including the Kansas Beef Council and Kansas Livestock Association, Kansas Farm Bureau, Kansas Corn and the Department of Agriculture, as well as media members.
Politics aside, it was an honor for us to help kick off beef grilling season and bring an awareness of beef’s supreme role in our state’s economy.
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