Check back often for changes in our cattle for sale listings. We are expecting up to 8 calves in spring 2014 and most
of them will be for sale. We offer multiple animal discounts especially for animals sold in the late summer and fall!
Send us an email or give us a call -- we are always happy to discuss cattle with you.
FH Ottawa 01-14, BBU #pending: purebred red or brown heifer b. 1/11/14 (Commander x
FH Ireland). Solid red polled heifer with great conformation and excellent underline. Fine quality heifer that would not
be for sale if we had a bigger pasture. $850 if sold before May 11 (we will keep her here at no charge until she is 4 months), $1,000 after weaning.
FH Harlequin 07-12, BBU #C1026938: purebred polled brown paint bull b. 10/7/12 (Commander x
FH Ireland). This one will knock your socks off! He is so flashy -- and also very well built and solid. A big boy, he is polled, and
as icing on the cake, he is gentle and friendly. His mother is one of our lovely young Osiris daughters and we are thrilled with her first baby. For sale $1100 and
should be ready to service cows now.
FH Cherokee 03-14, BBU #pending: purebred polled (both parents polled) black star-faced bull b. 1/26/14 (Commander x
FH Flight). With his star face, white underline, brockled hind legs, and white-tipped tail, this boy is splashy looking. Combine this with
his good solid conformation, friendly disposition, and good underline, and this one will add a lot of wallop to your purebred or commercial herd. His mother is one
of our lovely young Osiris daughters and her first two babies have been excellent. For sale: $850 if sold before May 26 (we will keep him here at no charge until he is 4 months),
$1,000 after weaning.
FH Bruce Coleman 05-14, BBU #pending: purebred red star-faced bull b. 2/19/14 (Commander x
FH Rain). Cute, perky little bull, red with several white candy spots, he is turning into a very good looking boy indeed. Horn status
unknown, but both parents are polled so we hope he is as well. Full brother to our gorgeous heifer Liz Perdew, this boy is going to be a good one! For sale: $850
if sold before June 19 (we will keep him here at no charge until he is 4 months),
$1,000 after weaning.
FH Liz Perdew 01-13, BBU #C1026940: purebred brown heifer b. 2/20/13 (Commander x
FH Rain). With a white tipped tail, some white on her underline and a roan spot on her left hind leg, this polled heifer is
super fancy and elegant, with near-perfect conformation and a very feminine appearance. Both parents are polled. This one was very hard to part with!
SOLD to the Howells of East Tennessee, March 2014.
FH Georgina 02-13, BBU #C1026941: purebred red heifer b. 2/22/13 (Commander x
FH Alexandra). This fancy bright red heifer has an especially pretty face and a strong topline; 1/2 white tail, some white on her underline.
Polled. Hate to sell this heifer and wish we had the pasture space to keep her. SOLD to the Howells of East Tennessee, March 2014.
FH Noelle 08-12, BBU #C1026939: purebred black (brindle?) polled heifer b. 12/25/12 (Commander x
FH Iris). This girl is Iris's second 2012 calf (the other one, Juliette, was born in February). Our Christmas present from Iris,
Noelle is a good looking heifer, with a white lightning splash on her right shouler. Like all of Iris's calves, she is thick, sturdy, and outstanding. She is polled, with two polled parents.
It has been many years since we have had a brindle calf, and we are hoping that when she sheds out this spring she still shows the brindling that she showed last summer.
SOLD to the Howells of East Tennessee, March 2014.
FH Iris, 02-5 BBU #S22863 U2-2, 2nd cross Black/mottle faced cow b. 4/15/05 (Summers by LBar 5502 x
FH Midnight). Iris had her first calf in May 2007, a heavy-boned black and white paint heifer
that was the best of our very nice crop of 2007 calves. Her calves since have always been among our best (see her
2010 model, a black paint bull, and her 6th calf born February 22, 2012, a
white faced red heifer. This year's version is a gorgeous black brindle polled heifer that we are keeping as a replacement.
Iris is a wonderful mother with copious quantities of milk, and is very caring of her calves. She has had a calf every year and two in 2012; never loses
condition, and is still in the prime of her life. A great opportunity to buy a top cow! She is exposed to our polled bull Commander
for a spring 2014 calf. SOLD to the Singletons of Harrogate, TN, August 2013.
FH Alexandra, 04-8 BBU #C958881 U, purebred registered red cow b. 5/17/08 (Chernobyl II x
FH Richland). I'm probably going to regret selling Alexandra. She is out of our poster cow Richland and
so far has had four heifers for us -- all of them are keeper quality. Alexandra is in on the compact side, very meaty and feminine, and
she never lost condition even on her first calf. Solid bright red, carries for paint. We are keeping her 2011 daughter Rain and would like to keep the rest!
Alexandra has been exposed back to our polled bull Commander for a spring 2014 calf. SOLD to the Singletons of Harrogate, TN, August 2013.
FH Hiwassee 06-12, BBU #C1026937: purebred brown or brindle heifer b. 9/29/12 (Commander x
FH Flight). This heifer started out red but has turned a dark chocolate with some brindle stripings starting to show,
with a white hind sock, a white-tipped tail, and some white on her underline. She just keeps on getting better and better -- long, deep, and smooth with
a flashy color. SOLD to the Singletons of Harrogate, TN, August 2013.
FH Sunday 03-13, BBU #C1026942: purebred polled red bull b. 2/24/13 (Commander x
FH Mayfly). Bright red, super topline and length, very pretty head and neck. Out of our #1 cow Mayfly, this boy is for
someone who appreciates outstanding conformation. Polled and both parents are polled.SOLD to the Singletons of Harrogate, TN, August 2013.
FH Juliette 01-12, BBU #C1015180,, purebred red / mottle faced heifer b. 2/10/12 (Osiris x
FH Iris). This heifer is great looking with a lot of chrome on her face, underline, heavily brockled legs and
white tipped tail. Gorgeous, smooth and classy, she is one we hate to part with. She is exposed to our polled bull Commander for an early spring 2014 calf. SOLD
to the Waltons of Kentucky, June 2013.
FH Leap Day 04-12, BBU #C1015215,, purebred red heifer b. 2/29/12 (Osiris x
FH Alexandra). Leap has three sisters, Isis, Rain, and
Georgina. These four heifers place her mama in a very special category as all of them are keeper quality! Unfortunately,
we have limited land and can only keep one of them, so regrettably, Leap is for sale. She is exposed to our polled bull Commander, and the calf should be pretty awesome! SOLD
to Waltons of Kentucky, June 2013.
FH Juliette 01-12 (left) and FH Leap Day 04-12 (right)
(Osiris x FH Alexandra). These heifers are SOLD.
FH Gatlin 05-12: polled purebred red bull b. 9/25/12 (Commander x
FH Wings). Wings' first calf is red with some white patches on three feet and some white on his underline. His underline is one of
the best we have had. Friendly, quiet disposition. SOLD at the local meat market June 2013 after an accident
in the pasture blinded him in one eye.
FH Janiebiker, 01-8 #223394 U, registered second cross black paint cow b. 3/10/08 (Chernobyl II x
FH Pasco). Janie is a registered and BBU-inspected second cross cow; all her calves by registered Beefmaster bulls
are purebred and can be registered without inspection. She traces back to Angus/Hereford on her dam's side. Janie has had three full sibling calves,and all of them
are excellent. We are retaining her two year old daughter Ireland; her son Torrent was sold as a breeding bull to South Dakota, and
the heifer at side, Frankie, is quite outstanding. Janie has been bred back to our new polled bull Commander
for a spring 2013 calf. Without the heifer, she is priced at $1150. If you want them both, add $800 to the price. We'd be happy to keep the heifer but in that
case Janie will need to stay here on the farm till around the end of July or first of August.SOLD with her calf
to Ava and Paul Bogan of Kentucky, July 2012.
FH Isis 03-10,#C989588 purebred registered red heifer b. 3/13/10 (Osiris x
FH Alexandra). Isis is a top quality, feminine, well-put together and very meaty heifer with a rich, vibrant red coat.
She has a very small white mark just in front of her udder and is otherwise a solid bright red. Bigger than her mother, I like this heifer a lot and she is
only available because of our limited pasture space. She has been bred to our new polled bull Commander
for a fall 2012 calf, her first. Isis will be taken off our sale list if her full sister Leap Day sells
along with Alexandra (see below). $1200. SOLD to Ava and Paul Bogan of
Kentucky, July 2012.
Cottage Farms #99, "Osiris", BBU #C940488, U1-3. Our current herdsire, Osiris is
a 4-year-old handsome polled dark red fellow, a natural calf out of the famous donor cow Oasis by a polled Excite son. Oasis is making
quite a name for herself as a dam of outstanding herd bulls, many of which have sold for five digits. Born 3/7/07,
we purchased him as a 17-month old in August 2008. We have been extremely happy with the quality of the calves he has
had for us, and with the way he is able to maintain his great condition on grass alone. He passes on his wonderful hindquarters
consistently. We are keeping most of his heifers, including 4 from 2010, the only girl from 2011, and probably all of the ones we have in 2012.
Since he is going to be the sire of most of our cows for many years to come, he is regretfully for sale and available for pickup in June as soon as he has rebred
our cows for next year. This will be a great chance to own a proven polled (scurred) Oasis son with a bunch of good-looking calves on
the ground to prove his worth. Great pedigree, great individual, the best bull and the best producer we have ever owned. $2,000.
SOLD June 2011 to Mary and George Clark of Florida. We're sorry to see him go, but
wish them the same wonderful calves that he sired for us.
"FH St. Patricia" BBU#C827681, U2-1 (Flash x Cowie Owie).Top Producing Older Bred Cow
A good size, deep red cow, Patty has had a good-looking calf every year by a variety of bulls. Her average calving interval is 11
months and one week. At age 10, she is still in wonderful shape, has a great udder with tiny teats, plenty of milk, and a very
agreeable, easy-to-get-along-with disposition. She's had 9 calves for us, including two of our favorites,
New Orleans, a heifer by Summers
and a full brother, Chernobyl II who sired two of our keeper heifers. Her calf at side is
a handsome son of Osiris, solid dark red, who is for sale as a singleton at weaning for $650. !
SOLD 8/16/10 to the Thomas family of Middle Tennessee.
"FH Richland" BBU#C827682, U2-2 (Flash x FH Easter Clown).Top Quality Older Bred Cow.
Richland is always our visitors' favorite because of her flashy color and great looks. She's a beautiful, cooperative cow
and an outstanding producer. This 2001 cow has had 8 calves for us, with an average calving interval of 11.5 months. She is a wonderful
mother who still has small teats, loads of milk, and gets her babies off to a great start.
We kept two fine daughters as replacments -- see
Alexandra, her 2008 heifer by Chernobyl II; and
Wings, her flashy 2010 heifer by Osiris. For the quality of her bulls, look at
Chrome, a pretty paint bull by Summers who turned out to be a fine sire in his own right.
SOLD 8/16/10 to the Thomas family of Middle Tennessee.
Richland with her 12-hour old calf Wings, April 10, 2010
"Pasco" BBU#F41228Another Top Quality Older Bred Cow / Three-in-One package.
This 2001 polled cow is one of three full sisters that we have used, and she is
the largest and has the best overall conformation. Her neck is particularly nice, and she carries
a lot of meat. We also like her interesting black paint color -- it sure makes her easy to pick out
in the pasture. She had 7 calves for us and they have all been dandies. We are retaining her
2008 black paint heifer as a replacement.
SOLD 8/16/10 to the Thomas family of Middle Tennessee.
FH Cortland 04-8 #C958880. First calf heifer - Bred cow or Three-in-One package.
A purebred red heifer b. 4/4/08, Cortland is friendly and inquisitive -- so much so
that it is hard to get good photos of her as she comes right up to be petted and sticks her nose right in the camera! She is a solid bright
red with practically no white, has good sturdy bone, a big frame and an excellent underline, but she is a little rough over the topline near
her tail and has a somewhat undistinguished neck. She will mature to be a good-sized cow, and as expected, she has already produced better than herself.
Her mother is one of our best cows and a wonderful producer. Cortland had a dandy bull calf by Osiris on April 16, FH Friday.
SOLD 8/16/10 to the Thomas family of Middle Tennessee.
FH SuperCowieFragilistic 04-9, (Osiris x Mayfly), 06/5/09.
Pretty polled purebred heifer with a great long square body, elegant long neck, pretty head, and nice underline.
Solid bright red with a white-tipped tail and white underline. Except for the color, she looks very much like her gorgeous mother did at
the same age. As both her parents are polled, there is a 50% chance that she is homozygous polled and will never produce a horned calf.
SuperCowie is for sale at weaning for $750 (October 2009) as we don't want to breed her back
to her Dad next summer. An excellent heifer that is only available because of our space limitations!
SOLD11/14/09 to Dalton Johnson of Mississippi -- look for them at the shows!
FH Ashley 03-9, (Osiris x Iris) 05/19/09.
Iris is following in her mother's footsteps, always producing one of our very best calves every year. This polled, dark
red mottle-faced heifer (the first-born calf by our polled bull Osiris) is super heavy boned and meaty, with a very pretty head too.
She is for sale at weaning, registered, for $750. The ONLY reason she is for sale is that we plan to keep her sire for several more years,
don't have room to run two bulls, and her mother is still quite young. This one is definitely keeper quality!
SOLD 7/13/09 to Tommy Matthews of North Carolina, for pickup in the fall after weaning.
FH Great Escape 01-9. 2X POLLED black paint bull b. 3/24/09 , This is Pasco's 6th calf, and he is flashy with a great frame, bone,
and underline. Polled, too! This little guy will be for sale at weaning, $650.
SOLD 5/31/09 to Tommy Matthews of North Carolina, for pickup in the fall after weaning.
FH Erik 07-7 #C958878. Purebred red paint star-faced bull born July 1, 2007, this guy is an inbred son of FH Richland and FH
Lawrence. Don't usually do inbreeding, but BBU Rep Jerry Hemphill saw him in mid-August 2007 and said he was the best bull
on the farm -- and we have some nice ones. Heavy boned, built right, with lots of thick muscling. SOLD fall 2008.
FH Status Quo 05-8 #C958882. purebred red white-faced bull b. 5/18/08. Massive bone, lots of meat, a real quality young bull.
$650 at weaning (~September) until January 1, 2009. Will really add scope, frame and muscle to your herd! SOLD fall 2008.
FH March 02-8. Purebred black polled bull born March 22, 2008, this guy is just what you've been looking for -- black, polled,
and built right. He has only a small amount of white on his underline. $750 at weaning (~September) until January 1, 2009. Don't miss this one!
SOLD 5/15/08 to Matt Williams of Johnson City, TN, for pickup in the fall after weaning.
FH Cedar 04-6. Purebred red star-faced bull born July 15, 2006, the first calf of our lovely young U 2-1 cow
Devin. This guy is stocky and well built, very smooth, with the best underline we've ever had on a bull calf -
a "1" for sure. Dehorned, dewormed, vaccinated and tattooed, and classified U. Ready to work, and available for $900.
SOLD 3/25/08 to James Layne of Whitwell, TN.
FH Cedar (Summers x Devin)
Above at 13 months. At right, 22 months.
FH Chernobyl II 01-6. Purebred rich dark red bull calf born 4/26/06. He's got a good underline, great bone and frame,
and carries a lot of muscle. Nice disposition, too. He's a fine young bull from a great cow family, classified U,
and already has six dandy calves on the ground. Take a look at his
full sisters Shiloh and New Orleans. Dehorned, dewormed,
vaccinated and tattooed. Sold March 2008 to Steve Oakman of Pennsylvania. Best wishes with this fine young bull!
FH Denso 05-7. Purebred dark red paint star-faced bull born May 21, 2007, out of our good 2-1 cow
St. Patty. Chunky, good-looking young bull, good frame, will be big. Attractive coat pattern. Sold to
Steve Oakman of Pennsylvania March 2008 for use on his Hereford cows.
Sold to Skillet Fork Beefmasters summer 2007:
We didn't get this 1996 polled First Cross cow away from her sire in time and she
had her first calf at 17 months, a nice-looking heifer. This stunted her growth,
but she bred back right away. Her 2007 heifer, Winter was her 10th calf (seven of them heifers!),
and she was six months shy of being 11 years old at the time! Her calves are
always among our very best. See her daughters Lightning U1-2
and Kansas, as examples, and
her very fine 2002 black paint bull calf.
Also see her 2005 daughter Iris,, a look-alike young 2X cow
by Summers that we have retained in our herd. The Shanes took a chance on Midnight despite her age
because of her calving record and her great condition. We predict she will reward them with another
couple of outstanding calves.
FH Nikki 06-5, BBU #S22864, U 08/04/06. Good looking, black, and polled
just what we ordered! Born June 18, 2005, we planned to keep this heifer in our herd. She had her first calf in May
2007, a loud-colored black and white paint bull (see below).
FH Winter 01-7, BBU not yet. Shiny black polled 2nd cross heifer with a small amount of white
on her underline. Midnight's 10th calf, born January 31, 2007, she is a a full sister to
FH Iris. Winter has an especially good hindquarters which don't show in this
FH Tuck 02-6, BBU not yet. Strong, sturdy polled heifer with a star face
and several small roan patches on her sides, this girl was born June 30, 2006. She's got an amazing frame on her already,
and a great neck. Another one we never thought we'd sell, she is bred for 2008 to our young bull Chernobyl II.
FH Giuliani 08-4, BBU#S22547. This heifer was born
September 11, 2004, and is named in honor of the New York Mayor. She was
Terra Nova's first calf, and we're pleased with the result. Giuliani is scurred, medium sandy red, with some white on
her underline, a tiny roan patch on her back, and some roaning on the bottom of her hind legs. She is our biggest cow.
She was inspected 2X and classifed as "U" in July 2005. Picture taken January 2006,
in her winter coat. She's shiny in the summertime!
"FH New Orleans 01-5", BBU#C910436, U 08/06. A very fancy red heifer b. 4/11/05, we had
intended to keep this one. New Orleans
is a full sister to Shiloh below, but is a lighter color, has more white on her underline and a little
bit of roaning on her lower hind legs. A really stoutly built
girl! She had her first calf, a brown paint heifer, on April 27, 2007.
"FH Rood 05-6", BBU#C930017 , purebred red heifer with several small spots and
white hind pasterns b. 7/23/06. This is Shiloh's first calf, and she is a nice, stocky heifer with good
bone. With all her funny little polka dots, she almost certainly carries for paint. Although she is an incest-bred
calf, which we don't usually like to do, she is an extremely nice heifer, very smooth and meaty with a moderate frame,
and should have very nice calves.
"FH Surprise Surprise 02-7,", BBU#C943690,
purebred brown and white paint heifer b. 4/27/07. Interesting coat pattern, terrific bone and frame -- her mother is a
beauty and this is her first calf. Would have liked to keep this one!
"FH Splash 03-7,", BBU#943691,
purebred black and white paint heifer b. 5/3/07. Flashy, well built heifer, her mother
did herself proud with her first calf! She may be the best from our 2007 calf crop.
FH Chrome 06-6. Purebred red paint bull born August 8, 2006. Full brother to FH Lawrence listed above,
this is the fourth straight full brother that Richland has had. He's maybe the best of all, although that's hard to say yet as the
others were all pretty classy -- but he's certainly the loudest color! He's going to be a good-sized bull.
FH Devin 03-4, BBU #S22545, U2-1. This is another one we never thought to sell.
Devin was born 5/21/04. Mostly red with one white shoulder/upper leg and a small spot on the other side, this
young cow is polled, big, bright red, and very pretty. She was the only heifer we kept from her mother
Smuggler, who was the only heifer we kept from her grandmother as well.
She calved easily, and raised a very fine young bull
calf by Summers. 10 months later, she had a dandy polled paint heifer by FH Lawrence.
"FH Shiloh 02-4", BBU#C894623, U2-1 red/brown cow b. 4/7/04. This is Patty's
first calf by Summers, and she's got everything you want to see in a young brood cow -- great bone, long body,
lots of muscle -- all in a plain brown wrapper. Actually, it's a very beautiful dark mahogany red wrapper, several
shades darker than it appears in this picture. She's got a wonderful underline, too.
She had her first calf, a dandy red heifer
in late July 2006. In this picture, taken August 29, 2006, she had been nursing the calf for a month and is holding
her weight unusually well for a first-calf heifer.
FH Amalie 03-6, cute and perky purebred red and white paint polled heifer b. 7/8/06 (Summers x
FH Mayfly). She's bright red with an interesting coat pattern, a big star on her face, and two hind socks.
Good body, growing off very well.
FH Lawrence 08-5 #930008, U 8/4/06. Classy purebred brown paint bull calf born July 20, 2005. This bull would add
frame, meat, and color to your purebred or commercial herd. He is good sized, extremely handsome, and solidly built,
with a particularly good hindquarters. He's the type of bull that will really stand out in a crowd with his rich
mahogany and white coloring.
This is the third full brother out of our poster cow Richland, and it's been an outstanding cross. Take a look at the
fourth bull calf from this cross above. At 12 months, he settled 4 of our first-calf heifers,
which is extremely early fertility for a Beefmaster bull.
Dehorned, dewormed, vaccinated. $950. Pictured at 13 months on August 29, 2006. SOLD 10/13/06 to Jerry & Jodi Ragsdale of Chuckey, TN
FH Ghost 09-5. Polled purebred red paint bull whose coat pattern will knock your socks off. Born October
26, 2005 out of our beautiful U1-2 cow Lightning. This guy is looking better every day.
Pictured at 10 months, and almost as big as our sizeable yearling. Regretfully for sale, as he is too closely related to all our cows.
Don't miss this one, he's got star quality! $950. SOLD 8/28/07 to Herman Presley
We purchased Summers from G.E. Summers and Jackie Fuchs of
Virginia in August 2002 at 14 months. He was classified by BBU as U1-3, which means
his conformation is superior (1 out of 5), and his underline score is average (3 out of 5).
He's a smooth, meaty bull,very gentle, and moderate in size (about 1800 pounds).
L Bar (Lasater)5502, U1-2 is one of the Beefmaster breed's premium sires,
topping performance tests for carcass quality held at the University of Texas
for the past several years, and siring many show ring winners as well.
"Summers" dam was a Lasater-bred cow purchased at their annual production sale in January 2001.
Cattle from the Lasater herd are famous for their fertility, milking qualities, and ability
to do well on grass alone. Summers' babies have great bone, long
frames, are very smooth and carry lots of meat -- see our
Calves page for pictures! We sold him in order to retain a number of his heifers
in our herd. A proven, top quality registered bull by the famous L Bar 5002, available
at a very reasonable $2,000 -- he will pay for himself with your first year's calf crop!
SOLD April 2006 to a commercial herd.
FH Cinco de Mayo 04-5. Gorgeous 2X bull calf born May 5, 2005, a wonderful young bull for a
commercial herd. He's big, meaty, with a flashy colored coat and a gentle disposition. This boy has a
solid pedigree for fertility and quality. Paint is recessive, so if bred to solid color cows, they
will mostly be solid unless some of them also carry for paint.
Dehorned, dewormed, vaccinated, and ready to go. $800 until May 1 2006. If he were purebred, the price
would be much higher -- we're really impressed with this fella! SOLD 3/12/06 to John Ringley, Jamestown, TN
to be his next commercial herd bull.
FH Ginny 05-5. Solid black purebred heifer born May 29, 2005. Black is the hottest color in
Beefmasters these days, and this heifer is inky, shiny blue black with a small amount of white on her
underline. She's a nice looking calf, with good size, very smooth body, and a pretty head. Horned at
present, will be dehorned in the next several weeks. Pictured with her mother at 5 months on October 27, 2005.
February 10, 2006 to Joe Calabro of Florida.
FH Terra Nova 02-2, BBU#F41778
Splashy black and white paint first cross cow born April 2002. She was by our U1-3 bull
Flash out of a solid black Angus/hereford cross cow.
Inspected and accepted as a 1X by BBU in 2003, she's a full sister to Pasco
and **September. She's tall and pretty, and boy does she stand out!
Her first calf was born September 2004 (see pictures and information about Giuliani below) and is due
for a full sibling later this summer or early fall. Two-in-one package carrying a late summer 2005 calf by
Summers. $950 bred. SOLD
June 26, 2005 to Ben Allison and J.T. Howell
of Lenoir City, TN.
FH Smuggler 02-0, BBU#F41226
This handsome June 2000 polled first cross cow was by our U1-3 bull Flash
out of a solid black cow that was 3/4 Angus and 1/4 Charolais. Inspected and accepted as a 1X by BBU 8/6/02, she was
a big, handsome and well-built cow. She had four calves for us before we sold her in 2005 bred back to
Summers as a two-in-one package. Her normal calving interval
was a little over 11.5 months. SOLD
June 26, 2005 to Ben Allison and J.T. Howell of Lenoir City, TN.
FH July Surprise,
A July 2002 polled second cross heifer, **September's second calf. She is a
black brindle like her mom. Pictured at 24 months. Inspected and accepted as a 2X by BBU 8/4/03.
She's for sale because we also have her mother, a full sister, and a half sister, and have very limited pasture
space. We're keeping her BLACK purebred heifer born May 29, 2005 by Summers,
so she isn't available until the end of August. By that time she should be bred back the same way. $950 bred. SOLD June 26, 2005 to Ben Allison and J.T. Howell
of Lenoir City, TN; stayed on the farm until her calf was weaned in late October.
July Surprise (Secret Weapon x **September)
FH Monsoon 02-3, BBU#C876655
Born May 2003 in a howling rainstorm, this purebred heifer is a lightly roaned red with a small
star. Inspected and classified as U at 14 months, she is a good-looking heifer, daughter of our
fine young cow St. Patricia by the paint Spartacus son
Secret Weapon. Will be sold bred to Summers for a 2006 calf. $900 bred. SOLD June 26, 2005 to Ben Allison and J.T. Howell
of Lenoir City, TN.
FH Belmont 04-4,
This cute heifer was born 6/5/04, the same day as the Belmont Stakes. She's a pretty deep red
with a parti-colored face and a white underline. Great, smooth body and lots of muscle.
She's a half sister to our beauty queen Lightning, and a full
sister to the good-looking heifer Kansas and the
2005 model, a BLACK parti-faced heifer that we plan to keep. Belmont is
pictured here at 3 months -- more recent picture coming soon! She will be inspected for her
acceptance as a 2X by BBU in July or August of this year, and can be put with a bull around
the same time for a purebred calf in summer 2006. $750 now, $900 registered and bred. SOLD June 26, 2005 to Ben Allison and J.T.
Howell of Lenoir City, TN.
FH Ice Show,
Very nice bright red purebred bull calf born August 8, 2004 by our Lasater-bred U1/3 bull out of our
"poster girl" U2/2 cow, Richland.
Good frame, heavy boned, lots of eye appeal -- a real quality young bull. He carries for paint. His full brother
sold to New York State. SOLD June 2005 to
Joshua Dennison of West Tennessee.
A good looking, flashy-colored heifer, she was inspected and approved as a
second cross by BBU in August, 2004. All her calves by purebred Beefmaster
bulls will be purebred without further inspection. She's a
top quality heifer, with a fantastic performance pedigree -- our Lasater-bred U1-3 bull out of a cow that
has had 7 excellent calves already at 8 years old. Kansas is a half sister to our U1-2 cow,
Lightning. Ready to breed this fall to your
bull -- we only have her father here and would prefer not to breed her to him. She's for sale
because we want to keep her sire for another couple of seasons, and don't have enough room to run
two bulls. $800 open. SOLD December 2004 to Terry Skeen of
Our neighbor's registered Angus bull got into our pasture after a storm dropped a tree on the fence, and this
heifer, out of our best cow, is the result. She was born January 14, 2004 and is an extremely
nice heifer. She's polled, solid black, and carries 3/8 Beefmaster breeding. For sale
to someone wanting a top quality replacement heifer for their commercial herd.
$600 open. SOLD December 2004 to Terry Skeen of
FH Times Square,
Purebred Beefmaster bright red bull born December 31, 2002. This really fine-looking
fellow was to be our junior herd bull, until he took a direct kick to a testicle,
which ended his breeding career before it even started. We sold him at the meat market,
but we show him here because of his excellent quality.
Purebred Beefmaster bright red/white paint bull born February 13, 2003. Extremely gorgeous
and intense color and pattern, good frame, long neck and great bone, this is Cowie's last calf and he
is a dandy. Quiet, sweet and friendly disposition too. Should be ready to service cows this spring.
$1,200. SOLD February 2004 to Nancy Warncke of
Lansing, TN -- for use in her commercial herd and as the nucleus of her purebred breeding program.
Muffet (Flash x Charlotte Russ) at 16 months
"Muffet" BBU#F pending
This 2001 First Cross Beefmaster polled heifer is a large, well built, bright red cow.
She had her first calf, a chunky, solid red steer by Summers
in late May 2003.Reluctantly for sale, as we are out of pasture space and are retaining a full sister.
She sells bred back to Summers for a late May 2004 calf.
She has been inspected by BBU and accepted into their upgrade program. $800. SOLD February 2004 to Nancy Warncke of
Purebred Beefmaster dark red bull born June 22, 2003. Richland's first calf, this boy
is classy and attractive. Good bone, great forequarters, well muscled.
SOLD October 2003 to Kevin and Martha Sisson of
Berne, NY for future use with their commercial herd.
FH Queen's Jubilee. This very fine young Spartacus grandson, born June 4, 2002,
is ready to start breeding
cows right now. He is large for his age, has a great frame, long neck, and rich dark red/brown color.
Classified U and registered. He'd make a good herdsire for a commercial or purebred herd. $1400. SOLD September 2003 to Charlie Fuller of
Clarkrange, TN for use with his herd of Beefmaster, Beefmaster cross, and Brahma cattle. We're looking
forward to seeing his babies next summer!
Second Cross Beefmaster black and white paint bull born March 10, 2002. He's the one in the background of
this picture. Full brother to our U1-2 cow Lightning and
just as good except for the plumbing. Sold May 2003.
"FH Easter Clown" BBU#750108.
This 1997 granddaughter of Cowie Owie was born on the farm. She had two lovely calves for
us, both of them paints and both much prettier than she is (see pictures of her
first and second calves). Sold August 2002
FH Easter Clown (Fork Creek 2-77 x Kevin's Heritage 1)
1996 U1-3 bull, sold to Tommy Barnett of TBB Beefmasters in August 2001.
We kept 9 of his daughters for our herd. Great individual, great sire, great disposition.
This picture doesn't begin to do him justice.
Flash (Cherokee Flash x 287-0 Seven Lazy Eleven)
FH Canadian Carnival (Flash x Cowie Owie)
FH Canadian Carnival, 1999 purebred, registered Beefmaster paint bull, pictured at 16 months.
This bull was dynamite, with a massive frame. We sold him in November 2000 to a commercial herd.
Fern Hill Chernobyl (Flash x Easter)
FH Chernobyl, another 1999 registered Beefmaster paint bull, pictured at 15 months.
This pretty, smooth bull sired two calves for us before we sold him in January 2001 to a commercial herd.