We sold "Doc" to Mary and Therean Towns at Placo, Ks. We were very impressed with the job that he was doing for them. We were fortunate to reacquire an interest with 1/2 possession, and are using Doc heavily. While at Towns, this "easy keeper" was run on grass and hay, and always stayed in great shape. Doc's Mother, D Louise 905, was one of the thickest cows we have ever raised-just a beautiful easy keeper. We are putting together a very good set of his daughters to our herd. See them on the Cow Herd page.
During the Honoree Reception, this year’s Hereford Heritage Hall of Fame and Hereford Hall of Merit recipients were recognized as well as the Hereford Youth Foundation of America (HYFA) scholarship winners.
October 2016 - This group of sale bulls getting ready to go to the Flint Hills of Kansas to be used on fall calving black cows. Thank you buyers.
(RIP ) D Advance 304 (Doc)
Reg # 42397640 DOB: 4/5/2003 to 1/5/2019
Pictured at 14 years old.
We were honored at Animal Science Banquet. We also got to give two Franklin and Louise Nash Endowment scholarships for incoming freshmen in the Animal Science Department at Oklahoma State University.
Shot of the day March 2016. We're up to 10 babies. Our start date was Sunday. The pasture is a great one for calving, as it has a lot places to calve with good protection.
Award we picked up at the Kansas Hereford Association annual meeting and banquet. Thank You!
The latest news and upcoming events will be posted here. Stop by often to see all the things happening at the ranch.
He was the bull that just kept on giving.#Santana Towns, We will be getting his last calf in a week or two. He would have been 16 years old in a couple months.
Such an honor and humbling evening at OK State University.