Breeding Objectives

Commercially Focused means more to us than just a slogan. Our commercial herd is the backbone of our farming operation. Wyndarra herd normally sits around 400 breeders, the Stud currently is 55 Red Angus and 10 Shorthorn Breeders which leaves the majority commercial.

Wyndarra has operated as a self-replacing herd for over 60 years. Breeding our own Bulls and Females gives us total control, resulting in a very even line of calves every year.

Heifers are mated at 12 months for 6 weeks only. This guarantees only fertile females enter our herd. Any heifers not pregnant are sent to beef that spring.

Cows have 9 weeks mating with empty females culled.

Stud females run under the same conditions as commercial.

We strive for soft easy doing cattle that can fit any market. Fertility, milk, Temperament, good feet and legs are vital in breeders. Muscle, importantly EMA, with good growth rates improves the bottom line.

Calves are weaned at 5 – 6 months in a full yard/early weaning program. They are protocoled and settled in yards with hay, then moved to the feedlot and given a ration for about 7 days to develop their rumen. They are then turned out on green grass. This sets them up for better feed conversion and more milk production in heifers.

Red Angus gives us the flexibility to turn off of these calves according to seasonal conditions and market trends for each year. We have the option of grain feeding short or long term, finishing on grass or selling stores. Red Angus gives us the flexibility to choose our best option each year.

We are always on the lookout for new genetics. After having an extremely successful Ai Program in 2020 we will continue to Ai and Source semen from around the world. We also purchase Embryo’s as an outcross option.



WILLANDRA RICHTOFFEN PCSR58 was purchased at the 2022 Willandra on farm sale. Kent selected him for his refined, easy doing type. We want to add calving ease to our heard and moderate our big females but still have good growth in the calves. He is a low birth weight bull who is structurally sound and has good feet. He also has MilWillah Marble Bar J53 Genetics which we have been wanting to add to our heard


WYNDARRA APPROVAL E4NP29 is a Stud Sire that we have bred ourselves using H72 Approval who we brought in as an embryo purchased from Trevone Park. He is by the well-known Red Bar-E-L Approval 4L out of Trevone Park Little Princess X24. His Dam is E4NK45 who has bred several Stud Sires. P29 has superb growth figures and a good IMF. He is Structurally correct and has great feet.


WYNDARRA WIDELOAD E4NR16 is a sire we have bred at Wyndarra using Pelton Wideload semen and his Dam is Willandra Betsy J87. He is a complete outcross to our herd and we are excited to see his progeny. He has exceptional growth figures and is structurally sound. He has been a stand out sire from the day he was born.

Hicks Marble Bar HRAN30 Ai Sire

HRAN30 is a top performance sire and an attractive, thick, easy doing type. He combines top 1% calving ease and birth weight with top 5% 400 day weight and a smaller mature weight for smaller cow size. His carcase also combines antagonistic traits with top 5% muscle, top 5% fat cover and breed leading marbling top 1%. Marble Bar N30 leads the breed with a top Supermarket Index of $65. HRAN30 also excels in the International Genetic Solutions (IGS) database with an API in the top 2%.


BALAKA PARK TITANIC The bull that started it all! A son of Premier P11 out of Premier Q31. Purchased in 2000 from the Kojonup Bull Sale as the top price bull. Originally purchased to try the breed out he was soon followed by our first registered heifer and Wyndarra Red Angus was born.

The Foundation Females That Shaped Wyndarra


Probably our best ever purchase. By Kansas Pacific P112 and out of Kansas Nymph Q70. She gave us 13 calves, 12 daughters all of which were retained in the stud. Her only son became a successful stud sire Wyndarra Canyon X03. One of those beautiful cows you feel privileged to own.


Purchased from the Kansas dispersal sale. Sired by LeachmanMonu 4X and out of the well-known Kansas Cherokee P82, a daughter of Red BrylorCherok 40X. R24 was a consistent producer with many daughters and grand-daughters in the herd today.


Purchased from the Langvale production Sale 2000. Emm T5 was top priced heifer and stood head and shoulders above her sisters. By LeachmanMonu 4X she gave us some excellent daughters and our Stud sire Wyndarra Monarch C08.


Our very first registered heifer purchased from the first Red Angus Nation Show and Sale in 2000. By Red Razor’s Edge 8D out of the Canadian Cow Red Bar-V 25P Betty 525B.