Dexters For Sale
Note: Since we are posting our list of pending births, we are getting a lot of questions about “who has had what.” So, we have started posting calves for sale as soon as they are born.
All animals for sale are negative for Chondrodysplasia and PHA, (we do not market carriers of either known Dexter genetic lethal). All animals qualify for ADCA, PDCA, or CDCA Registration.
We will gladly provide any known genotype for any trait, just let us know. Although the A2 allele is very common in our herd, we have seen nothing published in support of the A2 hypothesis in over a decade. Belle Fourche Farm makes no claim as to A2 milk making consumers “feel better,” or A2 milk treating or preventing any disease. Because of this, we feel it would be unfair to advertise animals as A2 or to price them differently. Here is a review of current literature on A2 milk.
Here is a sample of some of the calves we are expecting:Belle Fourche Baby Pink X Mrald Absolutely Perfect Mrald Sabrina Fair X Belle Fourche Macintosh Belle Fourche Pollyanna X Belle Fourche Mr. Right Belle Fourche Hermione X Belle Fourche Macintosh Belle Fourche MonAmie X Rainbow Hills Big Mac (E.T.) Belle Fourche Persephone X Mrald Overture Hillview Jan X Mrald Absolutely Perfect Belle Fourche Mon Chere X Mrald Absolutely Perfect Hillview Frida X Hillview Red Wing Belle Fourche Eloise X Mrald Absolutely Perfect Belle Fourche Sandra Sue X Mrald Absolutely Perfect
Reg #: 00000
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.