B/F Cattle Company

Brett & Libby Foster

Brett and Libby Foster raise and sell registered Balancer® bulls, a composite of Gelbvieh and Angus genetics. Their commercial and seedstock cattle operation is located in west central Missouri. Learn more about the B/F Cattle Company's  program and discover what's behind the Foster family's no-nonsense approach to growing beef in the Heartland.


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Spring Sale Book



Let the Spring Shopping BEGIN!!

Ranch News

We're Movin' On Up!

In 2017, we reclaimed the crown as Missouri's #1 Breeder for the third year in a row for Dam of Merit & Dam of Distinction cows in the Gelbvieh and Balancer® breeds and took our place among the Top Ten in the nation! The latest tally clearly and easily positions B/F Cattle Co. as the hands-down female breeder in Fescue country. 

Every fall, the American Gelbvieh Association honors the females in the herdbook that exhibit consistent maternal efficiency through the Dam of Merit and Dam of Distinction program. The American Gelbvieh Association credits its members who continue to place selection emphasis on the maternal traits of the breed by being owners or breeders of these outstanding Gelbvieh and Balancer® females.

The Dam of Merit honors cows that have produced at least three calves with all weaning information reported to the American Gelbvieh Association. A Dam of Distinction meets the same requirements but must have produced 8 calves or more.

Learn more about the criteria used to determine Dams of Merit and Dams of Distinction.


Thank you for attending our Fall Sale!

It was a beautiful day

and we had one of our biggest crowds.

I can't emphasize enough how much we appreciate your attendance and the obvious show of support for the way we breed and grow these bulls.

You could have been a lot of places on Nov. 4.

We're awfully glad you spent the day with us! 

Hope to see you April 7, 2018 when we'll do it all again.

God Bless You,

The Fosters




B/FCattle Co. is


Gelbvieh issue's cover story!


And check out the story that ran this spring in 

 April 10th issue.