2nd in the Breed in Dams of Distinction
Breed Leading Maternal Genetics - Unmatched Uniformity
Outstanding Milk Easy Fleshing
Great Udders Naturally Thick
Quiet Disposition Moderate Birth weights
Our 600 head cowherd is managed like any good commercial cowherd operation. "Our cows graze nine months of the year on sand hill grass and cornfield crop residue," Joe says. "When we start calving in February, we bring them in and feed them hay until they go to grass again in mid-May." The calves receive NO CREEP FEED. We want accurate data on how our heifers and cows are milking. It’s important that our cows perform in the same environment as our customers cows.
When our top 8-10 selling bulls are all out of different herd sires it speaks volumes about the strength and quality of our cow herd.