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Nipp Charolais

established in 1995

Nipp Charolais LLC was started in 1995 after we had been using Charolais bulls on our commercial cowherd for several years. In 2000 we dispersed our commercial herd and went straight purebred Charolais as we saw the need and demand for more good Charolais bulls coming into place.


The Nipp family has selected for strong, solid, sound cattle for their breeding program and strive to furnish high quality bulls, females, replacement heifers and semen for leading purebred as well as commercial cattle operations.

At Nipp Charolais, we strive to produce cattle that will pass on the genetics needed for cattlemen to meet the demands of the industry. We strive to offer cattle that are easy-calving, have good dispositions and possess high growth ability.

Our top priority is customer satisfaction and we work to accomplish all of this by only offering not only cattle that the buyer desires but that the buyer will also be satisfied with long after the purchase.

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Meet The Family

Curtiss and Brenda have been married since 1975 and they along with their family make up Nipp Charolais. Oldest son Justin and wife Kilby own and operate Wayne Wood Agency in nearby Healdton. Their daughter Morgan is currently a senior at Oklahoma State University where she is majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Four year old son Cannon loves all things construction equipment and keeping everyone on their toes.


Youngest son Travis is employed as a Security Safety Health and Environmental Supervisor with Exxon Mobil. His wife Audrey is a Respiratory Therapist at Mercy hospital in Ardmore. Their daughter Addilyn or Addi as we call her, is a eight year old third grader at Wilson Elementary and spends most of her time looking fancy and playing with animals.


Brenda also owns and operates Blondell's Flowers and Gifts in Wilson as she has now for over 30 years. Needless to say, she stays plenty busy as a florist in addition to looking after Curtiss and supporting the grandkids.      

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