GALEN, LORI & MEGAN FINK  |  15523 Tuttle Creek Blvd  |  Randolph, Kansas 66554
785-293-5106 (phone and FAX)  |
Galen cell: 785-532-9936 | Lori cell: 785-532-8171  |  Megan cell: 785-410-5559

Gene Barrett  |  Grantville, KS  |  Cell: 785-224-8509
Barrett Broadie  |  Burns, KS  |  Cell: 620-635-6128
The Balanced Program
1 cow—1977… 700 bulls—2013

Welcome to Fink Beef Genetics. We appreciate the time you are taking to review our cattle program involving two breeds, Angus and Charolais. One cow, $4,000, no owned land, and two jobs was the start of Fink Beef Genetics in 1977. Innovation, nontraditional, unique, and outside-the-box thinking has forged us on for 35 years. Now in 2013, we will market approximately 700 bulls. A 99.9% artificially inseminated herd for 35 years, one of the largest embryo transplant programs in the United States, and a networking of all segments of the cattle industry, plus old-fashioned cow sense has driven this family-owned operation since 1977. We have never waited for things to happen. If we see a need, we do it only if we feel it is in the best interest of our customers. Fads are not part of our program… long-term results are. When you call Fink Beef Genetics, you will talk to one of us.


John Keller( left), St. Francis, Kansas, was named the 2014 “Contributor Award” recipient at the 24th Annual Fink Beef Genetics Bull Sale, Randolph, Kansas, held on October 29, 2014. Megan Fink presented the award to John prior to the start of the sale.; John’s encouragement to add the Charolais as a second breed in 1999 was the deciding factor for this award. This year, 195 head of Angus fall yearling bulls and 141 head of Charolais fall yearling bulls were sold into 17 states. Photo by Kim Hoffman