Dexters For Sale
All animals for sale are negative for Chondrodysplasia and PHA, (we do not market carriers). All animals qualify for ADCA or PDCA Registration. Click on the animal’s photo or name for more information.
We have two calving seasons, Spring and Fall. All our Fall 2013 calves are sold or under deposit. Check back in early Spring as our next calving season will start early in 2014.
We will have a couple adult cows available next year after they calve. We will be posting pictures of them in January.
This little heifer comes from some exceptional parents and was a product of embryo transfer. She promises to have a lovely udder, and we will take pictures to show her conformation soon. She is homozygous polled, and carries both red and dun. She has many generations of hard work behind her, and we expect good things from her. The photo was taken right after she was born, so check back for more!
This little homozygous polled heifer has a very correct build, and a darling personality. She has high butterfat coming from both sides and both her dam and paternal granddam have strong udder suspension. She promises to have good depth and width, and a long hip. Girlness is curious and fascinated with humans, and determined to taste your jeans and shoes.
This polled red bull calf is everything we hoped we would get from breeding Apple to Red Wing. He is a good stout calf with a long hip, long back, width through the hind legs and over the back, good hook to pin length and angle, a clean neck, and a level tail set. Click on the picture for more information.
Follow Pink, a young Dexter cow, as she and her barnyard friends solve the mystery of the stable room monster.
This book was written by our young neighbor. It is a delightful story and features Dexter Cattle, as well as Jacob and Shetland Sheep, Colored Angora Goats, and Icelandic Horses.
Susanne Barnett is a 12 year old girl who loves working with farm animals. She also enjoys writing children's stories. She brought these two hobbies together through "Pink and the Mystery of the Stable Room Monster". Susanne hopes children will not only enjoy the story but will also develop a love for some of the rare breeds of animals that live on American farms.