USDA Inspected Scottish Highland Grass-fed Beef
7 months to 2 1/2 years of age
12 Feb 2015, Red brood cow, very good mother, very easy handling. She has calved twice and is currently exposed to a red registered Highland bull. She is a very good lead cow when moving large herds. Really an exceptional cow.
12 Jun 2016, Red cross bred 50/50 Highland Red Angus brood cow. Has calved twice. Very good mother, will eat from bucket but will not let me scratch her back, yet. She had a very nice heifer calf in the fall of 2021.
7 Jan 2016, Yellow brood cow, exceptional mother and very easy handling. Has calved twice and is still with her last calf which will be weaned soon. She is not currently exposed, but can be. She is built like a tank, very square and solid.
10 Oct 2015, White brood cow, exceptional mother, very easy handling. Has calved twice with no complications. Currently not exposed but can be. She is one of our favorite cows.
18 June 2020, Red/Yellow, Highland prospect bull. His sire is a long bodied tall Highland bull that produces wonderful calves. Casper is very thick and square. He will be a mid to large sized bull, he is changing in color to more of a yellow color.
27 June 2020, Dark Chocolate Brindle, polled Highland / Angus cross. He has been banded. He was a bottle calf, he is very friendly and would make a great pet for someone.
AHCA - American Highland Cattle Association
22 July 2018, Dun colored, AHCA (58,922) registered Highland bull. He is very personable and easy to handle, previously halter trained, he still thoroughly enjoys having his back rubbed. He is a small to mid size framed bull that is still in the growth stages. His sire is a mid sized bull. This is a photo from late last summer, he has grown a lot since.
Grass fed in the summer, grass hay in the winter, distillers grain and soy hulls at weaning and finish. Antibiotics only used for animal heath and welfare, not for growth gains.