At Buck Ridge Cattle Company we aim to produce high-quality, functional cattle that combine cutting-edge EPDs, high performance and industry-leading genetics. Buck Ridge bulls are specifically bred and developed to add value to seedstock and commercial cowherds. We have aggressive AI and embryo transplant programs, which we use to continually improve our product. If you have any questions about our program, please give us a call or check out our website for more details. We would appreciate the opportunity to show you what Buck Ridge bulls can do for your herd.
Spring has sprung at Buck Ridge! The pastures and hayfields have exploded in the last 2 weeks. We have had a lot of moisture and finally some warm growing days. All of the fall registered calves have been weaned, vaccinated, and out to pasture to develop for the summer. The commercial calves are still nursing for another few weeks. We are very pleased with this set of registered calves. We think it’s our best product to date and we are always striving to make the next generation better. The bull calves are already starting to turn into young studs. They will be ready for light service later in the year for the fall breeding season. There are 55 bulls in this group that offer a lot. Our breeding program is shining through with the consistency of this group. The EPD’s and actual performance coincide with what we have been selecting for over several years. They offer moderate birth weights, nearly top 10% for growth and carcass, and exceptional phenotype. We want our bulls to create profitable calves for the commercial producer, as well as replacement females that will be profitable for the farm and ranch. We’d love the opportunity to show you what Buck Ridge sires can do for your herd. Stop by anytime this summer to preview this set of bulls that include both Lim-Flex and Angus. We are also still working on internal cross fences and installing water tanks to better allow us to implement rotational grazing with the cowherd. Like a lot of our neighbors, we are eagerly awaiting some dry weather to begin making hay. As always, if you have any questions or would like to view the cattle, we welcome your call or visit anytime.