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Our Program


A Program That Works!

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Polled Herefords Since 1960.

Performance Testing Since 1968.

These are our goals:

  • Fast Growth
  • Sound Feet and Legs
  • Excellent Conformation
  • Easy Calving and Good Mothering Ability
  • Sound Udders with Optimum Milking Ability
  • Docile Dispositions
  • Consistent Quality Throughout our Herd and Calf
    Crop

Proven Performance-based Programs that have contributed to our Herd!

These two bulls were bred by Mark Frederickson in the 1990’s.

  • FHF Starbuck 8702 34A out of a Dam of Distinction
  • FHF Starbuck 162A 55E out of a Dam of Distinction

A Phil Ellis son of 821C known for carcass traits

  • EF 821C Fellis H957

A Candy Meadow Farms sire bought in dam:

  • GAF DL Plus 710M sired by RF Positive Plus 73C and out of an outstanding cow bred by Dale Lacy-DL Vicki 162A 28E .




DL Vicki 162A 28E
 GAF DL Plus 710M

We are now using:

  • GAF Thick Mister J 917U who was sired by GAF Thickfella Plus 836R (Reserve Fall Calf Champion at the World Beef Expo) and out of a Dam of Distinction from Journagan Ranch LJR Reba 211L. Mister J was undefeated in class at State Fair and World Beef Expo in 2008 and 2009. He has tremendous thickness and depth with excellent growth. 
  LJR Reba 211L  (D.O.D.)
  GAF Thick Mister J 917U

  • LHF P417 Sheridan W959 bred by Fred and Jerry Larson. He is an NJW Wrangler 16D grandson. Both of our herd bulls have been tested DLF, IEF and HYF by Dr. Beever’s Lab at University of Illinois.
  LHF P417 Sheridan W959

We sell 10-12 bulls per year from our 35 cow herd as well as club calves and heifers.  Many of our bulls go to repeat customers.

You can also see our cattle at Wisconsin State Fair, World Beef Expo, the WHA sale at Lancaster on the first weekend in March, the Indianhead Polled Hereford Assocation Sale in River Falls in April, and the Ultimate Hereford Calf Sale (Show Steers) at Arlington on the last Sunday in October.

Visitors are always welcome!