We have two of the most famous beef breeds in the world; they are not crossbred to grow bigger or faster. We currently have a total of approximately 400 cattle and expect 140 calves. They rotate across 700 acres of land.
Traditional Hereford - Our Herefords can be traced back to the original population, having been pure bred for many generations. Their beef is a little fattier than the Angus. We have 40 pure breading Hereford cows which represents approximately 20% of the original, pure, world population.
Aberdeen Angus - We also have 70 Aberdeen Angus cows, which represents about one third of their total world population. By breeding our pure native Angus with Aberdeen Angus we are looking to establish an Angus herd that produces the original quality beef for which they are famous. All the cows are in calf and so we expect 40 Hereford calves, 23 Native calves and 70 Aberdeen Angus calves if all are single births.