SAVE THE DATE 2021 Barzona Breeders Association of America Annual Meeting Best Western Plus Stevens County 1004 E 11th St., Hugoton, KS 67951 (620) 544-7766 Room Block: Alecia Heinz (Barzona Breeders) June 25-27, 2021
I worked for the Circle One Cattle Co., in Surprise, Ariz., around 1963. They had a pen of Barzona cattle on feed. I was told that they were a test pen and the first of their kind to ever be put in a feedlot. They were a very calm breed and easy to work with. We had the feedlot divided into sections for two-man teams to take care of and doctor when needed. The pens WHY BARZONA?
that I was riding with my partner, Don Hayward, happened to have the first pen of the Barzonas that was ever finished in a feedlot. I don’t remember ever having to doctor one of them. They are beau- tiful cattle. I guess every old cowboy has his favorite cattle he has come across in his life- time. I am 82 and have worked and been around most breeds. The Bar- zona were always one of my favor- ites, even with what little time I spent with them.
Circle One is gone now; there is a Del Webb retirement village built where it used to be, but I am so glad the Barzo- nas have had the success they have had. – Lonnie F. BB
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