Historic All Grass Genetics
By going back to the early genetics of the Scottish Aberdeen Angus breed, we have re-introduced an animal which will thrive on grass alone. Compared to modern cattle bred to be large framed and finished on grain, the genetics of our cattle allow for more efficient use of forage with better weight gains when finished on grass. These cattle are moderately framed, but full bodied. Our registered bulls will provide you with the perfect start for building your own grass-finished herd. We routinely offer registered bulls and heifers for sale.
We maintain a herd of approximately 220 registered brood cows. We invite you to contact us if you are interested in incorporating our historic Aberdeen Angus genetics into your herd.
- Adapted to low input systems
- Thrive on Virginia pastures
- Fescue tolerant
- Natural capacity and thickness through breeding-not feeding
- Fertile, maternal, soft tempered, and easy fleshing females
- Sound, masculine , and prepotent bulls
We have relied on genetics of animals dating back to the 1950’s to re-create a genetic line that thrives on an all grass, no grain system. We began with genetics from The University of Maryland’s Wye program, Ballot of Belladrum, Pinebank Waigroup 41/97, and Octoraro Angus.