About Us

Young and Rogers Farm is the result of several decades of development. W.B. “Dub” Young purchased the current property (located near Windthorst, Texas) in the 1960s after selling a smaller farm near Wichita Falls, Texas. Dub started by raising Red Angus. As a commercial cattleman he eventually experimented with cross-breeding to attain better beef carcasses. He converted the herd to Brangus in the 1980s. In the early 2000s, Dub integrated several Limousin animals into the herd for their robustness and heavy muscling.

With Dub’s passing in 2006, his grandson Brandon Rogers took over the daily operations of the farm. Brandon grew up spending most weekends with Dub and his grandmother Mary at the farm and learned the value of hard work and taking care of the herd. As a young boy, he was always out in the middle of the action much to his mother’s chagrin. Brandon was often spotted sitting atop his favorite cow Butterball who produced outstanding offspring for over a decade. During school, Brandon was very involved in FFA which included showing pigs (Chester and Squealer), heifers (Penelope and Gertrude), and a steer name Bozo. Brandon’s wife Pam comes from a family that raised Black Angus and Herefords in North Carolina. 

Brandon continues his grandfather's legacy today raising Registered Limousin and Lim-Flex®, Registered Angus, and Club Calves. He has built a solid foundation for a herd that will produce outstanding animals for many years to come. 

Young and Rogers Farm is a member of the North American Limousin Foundation (NALF), Texas Limousin Association (TLA), American Angus Association (AAA), and various other national and regional breed associations. 

Please take a look at our breeding program and feel free to contact us at any time.

We look forward to meeting you and having you down to the farm to see the progress we have made.


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