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Welcome to Blubaugh Angus Ranch!

 

 

 


 

 

Blubaugh Family

The rural Oklahoma landscape is characterized by family farms with rich history and tradition. Blubaugh Angus Ranch is no different. Our storied past is a result of three families making the Oklahoma Land Run and settling near Tonkawa in 1893. Today, Scott and Lisa Blubaugh’s son Zane represents the fifth generation of the Blubaugh family, and the sixth generation of the Scott and Read families who laid the foundation for an agriculture legacy that is over 120 years in the making.

Scott, Lisa and Zane operate the farm and ranch in partnership with Scott’s parents, Cletus and Pat; but the land is owned along with nine aunts, uncles and cousins. Scott and Lisa’s oldest son Zach and his wife, Andrea, are actively involved with the auction every year. It truly is a family business. Our primary focus here has been raising quality registered Angus cattle that are sold each year as breeding stock for other registered and commercial herds. In addition to cattle, the family farms wheat, alfalfa, milo and soybeans for the commercial market as well as hay for their livestock, wheat and triticale

for grazing.

The original Scott homestead is now home to our new Blubaugh Angus Ranch auction barn built in December of 2013, where ranchers gather each year in April to purchase replacement heifers and bulls with high-level genetics for their herds. It also provides a meeting place for us to host agricultural tourism groups from across the state and around the world.

We here at Blubaugh Angus pride ourselves in building off of famed cow families such as SAV Elba, SAV Madame Pride, SAV Blackcap May, SAV Abigale, and SVF Forever Lady 57D. Coupling these families with power bulls like SAV Harvester, SAV International, Buford Meatwagon, as well as using Schaff bred herd bulls.

We are located directly off of I-35 just south of Highway 60. 75 miles South of Wichita, 50 miles North of Stillwater and 90 miles North of Oklahoma City. We cordially invite you to take a look for yourself at what we have to offer. We truly believe our cattle could impact your herd and invite you to come take a look at any time.