TITAN (31) is our breeding bull and isn’t he a beauty! He was the first calf born on our farm and is no less spoiled than our children! He carries the chondrodysplasia (dwarfism genetic), as well as A2/A2 milk protein. This guy truly is a stud!
Missy (123) was our very first milk cow and we couldn’t get enough of the fresh A2A2 milk! This photo was taken 2 hours before she calved (giving birth to Titan). Unfortunately, she would never allow her son to breed her, so we made the decision to sell her in 2022, after milk-training her replacement. Missy will forever be loved and missed.
Halleigh earned her name at 8 months old because “HALLEIGHLUJAH; She finally got on the dern trailer!” When we first brought her home, she was as wild as the wind and stubborn as a mule. With lots of love, treats, and halter training, she became my favorite! Taking her picture is nearly impossible because she’s always standing right next to me. She’s both an excellent mother and an excellent milker… but don’t bother asking if I’ll sell her. This one’s special. There is no replacement for the bond between a milk cow and her trainer. If you want a great milk cow, start with a young heifer!