Cattle for Sale
Dutch Belted and Milking Shorthorn breeding stock for sale
We always have a variety of animals available to get you started on your dairy herd. We don’t just want to make a sale—we want to match you with the right animal.
Call (815-246-9523), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or message us on Facebook and we will be happy to talk with you.
Our purebred, registered herd of Dutch Belted cattle has been the source of foundation stock for herds across the country for almost 40 years. We are dedicated conservation breeders of this rare and useful breed, and we are honored to mentor new breeders.
Our Milking Shorthorns are milky, dual-purpose animals bred for calving ease, fertility, sound feet and legs, and efficient grass-based milk production. We are committed to preserving the traditional type of animals that farmers have relied on for generations for balanced milk and meat production.
Which breed is best for you? Our blog has an in-depth comparison.
A2A2 testing upon request.
We generally have a selection of calves, heifers, and mature milk cows if you want to keep a cow for fresh milk.
Our Dutch Belted and Milking Shorthorn cattle stand out as family cows because of their fertility and longevity. They are hardy and thrive whether you want to raise them completely grass-fed or supplement them with some grain. The calves are vigorous and fast-growing. Because they are dual-purpose, the calves are valuable whether you raise them for meat or sell them.
We are happy to answer your questions, whether they are breed-related or general questions on keeping a milk cow.
Bull calves for herd sires
We take orders for Milking Shorthorn and Dutch Belted bull calves and usually sell them at 4–6 months of age. (Otherwise we castrate them around three weeks of age.)
Once we know what you are looking for, we can help you select the best bull for your herd.
We’ve been selling these linebred bull calves across the country for decades, and have many satisfied customers who love the fertility, longevity, moderate size, and sustainable milk production that our genetics provide.
Since we castrate male calves that aren’t spoken for as bull calves, we often have steers available ranging from feeder steer size (500 pounds) to nearly finished weight.
Previous customers have loved adding a pretty Dutch Belted steer to their group of feeder animals, and the Milking Shorthorn steers flesh out particularly well.
Dutch Belted heifer calf for sale
Born February 27, 2019
Sired by Sir Upson’s Red Legacy.
She is a spunky, well-grown calf who represents her breed well.