Come on by.
When you stop by the ranch, you'll see a prominent, majestic tree standing proudly above our pastures. For us, that tree symbolizes heritage and stability, qualities that we aspire to embrace as a family-first, family-always operation. We're proud of the team we've assembled. Their focus is on raising the best cattle possible and to provide the best customer service in the business.
"Hard work, determination and fear of failure got us where we are today. Nothing would have been possible without my loving wife, Scarlett, and two wonderful boys, Torey and Zach."
- Brian Bell
"There's something special about calving season. All the hard work and planning you put in throughout the year usually gives you a better product than you could have ever imagined."
- Andrew and Bailey McCollester
"I enjoy taking ground that's rough and untamed, and turning it into a productive part of the ranch."
- Jamie Lehares
"We really care about our livestock and selling and promoting cattle in a positive manner. Square B is an amazing place to work and an even better place for cattle."
- Taylor McCain
"It takes a huge amount of hard work and continuous labor to keep the ranch and livestock in pristine condition. We all take great pride in it and thats why it works."
- Trey Glenn
"With the quality genetics that we are producing and promoting here on the ranch, the average producer doesn’t have to be average any longer."
- Darrell Siercks
"People looking from the outside may not realize all the hard work it takes to run a cattle ranch, I had no idea until I became part of it!"
- Melissa Easter
"Our goal is to help our customers capture the value of the genetics that they've purchased from us."
- Mike Kasten
"The cattle industry revolves around maternal strength. Superior females lead to superior sires - and that means quality beef."
- Paul Hill
"The crew at Square B not only cares about doing their best for the ranch, but they also realize that they are able to help the beef community throughout the state. They take that responsibility seriously, and I am excited to see how everything develops as the ranch continues to grow its registered Angus business."
- Dr. William Chamberlin, Benton County Veterinary Services