Proud Producers of Top-Quality Seedstock


At Triple K, we believe that the sustainability of the US beef industry starts with the best beef genetics. Our commercial customers must be able to make a profit as they care for the land and water that they steward. We continue to build on a solid cowherd that produces improved genetic trends and real results. We proudly breed and raise top-quality Gelbvieh and Balancer seed stock which adds growth, maternal benefits, and dollars to your commercial cattle herd. A live calf is good, If you sell at weaning or yearling: more pounds is better, if you feed your own, yield and grade when marketing on the grid is everything. It is a proven fact that Gelbvieh influenced Angus based finished cattle will hit yield grade 1 or 2 and grade 95% choice to achieve top dollars selling on the grid.

Triple K Gelbvieh is a family owned and operated Seedstock producer located near Basehor, Kansas. We raise Purebred Gelbvieh and Gelbvieh Balancer bulls and heifers for the commercial cattleman. 

The US Meat Animal Research Center (USMARC) studies beef cattle and makes comparisons across breeds. Their most recent study published, August 21, Journal of Animal Science Volume 99 issue 8 showed that Gelbvieh had the lowest weight of mature cow size of the seven major beef breeds. Lower Cow weight corresponds in lower intake, lower feed costs, faster growth

Mature cow weight has a direct impact on the bottom line. Lower weight cows consume less intake. Gelbvieh is known for their docility, and maternal traits. They produce heavier calves at weaning.  More pounds of weaned calf per exposed cow is where the money is at for the commercial cowman, and it all begins with the right genetics. 

Our goal is to produce functional attractive cattle that can perform in the pasture. We work hard to maintain multi trait balanced genetic enhanced EPDs (Expected Progeny Differences) in all our mattings. We do not follow the genetic fads but rather focus on staying in the middle using proven A-I Sires. Our cattle are heavy muscled, big footed and structurally correct. Cows have good teat and udders and calve by their 2nd birthday and stay in the herd for 12-15 years. We have been able to positively advance our EPD genetic trends since starting the seed stock operation by using technologies such as:

· Artificial Insemination
· Embryo transfer
· Rigorous Culling
· Yearling ultrasound
· DNA Testing
· Genetic enhanced EPDs

We A-I every cow with the top genetics. We utilize embryo transfer and are always looking for cooperator herds to increase our embryos use and genetic improvements.



Proud Producers of Top-Quality Seedstock


At Triple K, we continue to build on a solid cowherd that produces real results. We proudly breed and raise top-quality seed stock which adds growth, maternal benefits, and dollars to your commercial cattle herd. If you sell at weaning or yearling: pounds, yield and grade are everything. Gelbvieh influenced Angus based finished cattle will hit yield grade 1 or 2 and grade choice with more pounds to achieve top dollars selling on the grid.

Triple K Gelbvieh is a family owned and operated seedstock producer. We raise Purebred Gelbvieh and Gelbvieh Balancer bulls and heifers for the commercial cattleman. 

Our goal is to produce functional attractive cattle that can perform in the pasture. We work hard to maintain multi trait balanced EPDs (Expected Progeny Differences) in all our mattings. We do not follow the genetic fads but rather focus on staying in the middle using proven A-I Sires. Our cattle are heavy muscled, big footed and structurally correct. Cows have good teat and udders and calve by their 2nd birthday and stay in the herd for 12-15 years. We have been able to positively advance our EPD genetic trends since starting the seed stock operation by using technologies such as:

· Artificial Insemination
· Embryo transfer
· Rigorous Culling
· Yearling ultrasound
· DNA Testing
· Genetic enhanced EPDs

We A-I every cow with the top genetics. We have a fairly aggressive embryo transfer program in place and are always looking for cooperator herds to put our embryos in.