Theresa, Lilly, and Callie: Our Aberdeen lowlines. These animals are used for market and were our first cows that we purchased to get our feet wet with our little business. They each have their own personalities and we come to love them. They are small, compact, and make excellent mothers.
Stella: Stella is a cross bred, her White Park genetics come from one of the oldest white park herds in America, the B Bar ranch in Big Timber Montana. She is spoiled and thinks she is a dog most of the time. This is our daughter Izzy's favorite cow as Stella lets her and all her friends' pet and lay on her. If we were in the cow cuddling business, Stella would be the perfect partner!
Fiona (#2), CeCe, Violet, Harlo, Spice, Moo Moo, Snowflake, Crazy, and Candy (AKA Teenager) : . These are beautiful purebred registered Highland beauties. The purpose of these cows is to provide quality highland genetics with our highpark bull and mini highland bull to produce the best quality calves for our customers, without taking any shortcuts.
Ruby, Holly: These mini Herefords are former show cattle. They have the great depth and dimension known to the Hereford breed and offer a variety of diversity to our herd.
Winter: Winter is a petite and polled mini HighPark. Like the snowy landscape, Winter stands out among the herd with the classic HighPark look. Winter is a bovine that embodies the beauty and serenity of the season from which she draws her name.
Pumpkin Pie: Our lovely miniature brindle highland cow. She was born 12/2013. She has matured at 42 inches tall. She has amazing hair! She is super curious and is typically the first cow to receive pets, scratches, and loves. She is a loving mother to her babies and her gentle demeanor is passed down to her offspring. She is chondro Negative.
Poppy: Poppy is a first generation Two Cow Mini Highland. Poppy was born 5/2020. She will mature under 42 inches tall. She is the best of both of her parents Pumpkin and Koda, great hair, small framed, and great personality. She is chondro negative.
Bucky: Bucky comes to us from Pandarosa in Illinois, and we cannot wait to see what she will produce for us in the coming years. We anticipate her to mature in the 40 to 42 inch range. she is chondro negative.
Cinnamon: Purchased 5/2019, Cinnamon is a high percentage highland micro mini heifer. Cinnamon is chondro positive. Short and compact and everything nice! Cinnamon is a bovine companion that will surly warm your heart and leave a lasting impression, just like the comforting spice she is named after.
Ginny: Purchased 10/2019. Ginny is a high percentage highland micro mini heifer. She is one of our three smallest cows in our herd. Ginny is chondro positive. Ginny exudes gentleness wherever she is at. She is a farm favorite as her quiet demeanor brings a sense of peace to those that are fortunate enough to share her company.
Marshmallow: Purchased 10/2019. Marshmallow is a high percentage highland micro mini heifer. She is one of our three smallest cows in our herd and is chondro positive. Marshmallow, also known as Marsha, is one of the sassiest bovines in the pasture. Marsha's horns curve gracefully, framing her face with an air of attitude. She has a top notch "resting bitch face," but melts with the shake of a treat bucket and is a wonderful mother to her babies.
Creme Brulee: Purchased 10/2022 from Tennessee. She is a perfect mix of Belted Galloway and High Park and is chondro positive. Yes, she was worth the 3400 miles to get her and bring her back to Montana! She is the epitome of cuteness in the bovine world. With her snowy white coat, sprinkled with patches of chocolate brown, Creme Bruelee exudes charm from the white heart patch on her head to her hooves.
Petunia Belted Galloway Highland Cross she is a great little cow that produces excellent calves with a perfect belt. She is an easy keeper with her quiet attitude and known as an easy keeper. She is a reminder of the delicate beauty found in quiet moments and profound connections that can be forged with gentle souls.
Buttercup: Purchased 10/2022 along with her baby Creme Brulee. She is a highland and belted cross. Buttercup is soaking in the change from Tennessee. She is very curious and loves human contact. Her bright eyes are always wondering what is going on in the pasture.
Miss Monte: Not a conventional cow in our herd. She is angus/highland cross that was born on the ranch as we purchased her mother Harlow as a breeding bovine into our herd. Of course, the kids got attached and she is here to stay. She is definitely a mid-size but her offspring offer a lot of diversity.