Callie is a sweet yearling heifer who is ready for a new home. We only want to keep our family milk cow and do not need a second cow at this time. She is ready to be bred now. She is confirmed bred to Duke, a mini Jersey bull. Please call us for more details.
Archer was born on October 16, 2019 to Layla Jane, a standard jersey cow and TDH Dino Smurf. He is a sweet little bull that is currently halter training and has been bottle fed from birth. Archer is A2A2 and heterozygous polled. He will be weaned on January 16 and ready for his new home where he can be herd sire as well as gentle with people.
Providence Pastures proudly presents this adorable heifer to a caring home who will love and enjoy her as much as we have. She is sired by DC John Boy and her dam is Budding Rose Bunny. She has excellent bloodlines including Ochwilla Hill Golda and Ochwilla Hill Conan! She is a deep fawn color, small, compact cow with superior conformation and perfect teat development for hand or machine milking. Amber Rae has a gentle disposition and loves attention. She is A1/A1, dehorned, and is a non carrier for BD1. We would love to keep her, but are expecting more calves this Fall and have to let her go. Please text for additional pictures or information.
In order to make room for two heifers born this year, we have made the tough decision to offer Darla for sale. Darla is 33 months old, born 2-10-17, and is a lovely light golden fawn color. Her dam is Deborah Wright’s Haven Little Debbie (MJHB0147), who she resembles, and her sire is Pole Bridge Farm Everett (MJHB0444), two of our all-time favorites. Darla was bred at 15 months old and easily calved right at 2 years old with a beautiful heifer calf out of White Star Farm Little White Cloud (MJHB0431), who measured 42” at 3 years old, a true miniature. Her daughter is being retained. The breeding has been repeated, and she has been exposed to Cloud since late spring. We believe she was bred June 23rd making her due in March 2020. This is not guaranteed, she could have been bred earlier or later. At 32 months old Darla measures 44” and will be a small mid-size Jersey. She is A1/A1 and non-carrier BD1 by parentage. She comes with heavy milk production in her dam’s genetics, and a calm disposition from both sides.