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Three family cows, Two Heifers, One Bull for Sale - $500 (Noxon)

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Bull River Road

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Selling five standard, clean, dual purpose Dexter/Jersey cross family cows to other homestead families, only. If you are a big operation don't bother contacting me, I won't sell them to you.

The reason for selling is that all cows are different variations of A1.

I want to invest in A2/A2 cows.

One pregnant cow due between June and August.

Two cows with calves at side.

All three cows have consistently given birth for at least past three years.

Black female, "Annie", 6 years old, born March 2018. She has born four calves. She is pregnant with her fifth and is due to freshen any day now. (Update: She birthed a heifer calf on April 17th. Heifer calf was dehorned eight days later). I am currently milking mama by hand in a crush stall. She is doing well. I am hoping to transition her to being milked while free standing tied to a post. She has given a gallon and half just from her two back quarters. I am not yet separating calf from mama overnight. I'm pretty sure that she would give three gallons just from a morning milking if she were to be separated from the calf over night. She and baby are ready to go to a family farm this month. Please milk share with calf. It is great for calves to stay with mamas at least eight months. She is A2/B, which is considered A1. If bred with A2 Bull in the future could have A2/A2 calf. See photos. $1500.

Red first Daughter of above cow, "Elise". Currently learning to be milked at the end of lactation cycle. She is being milked free standing with a bucket of grain or alfalfa, next to a fence, no longer tied. Born in 2020. Four years old. Pregnant with third calf due between June and August. She is not A1 tested but cow above, Annie, is her mother. She could be carrying the A2 gene, but is considered to be A1. Her sire is the bull below and he is A1. $1500.

One Red heifer, Sugar, nine months, who is daughter of Annie, carries the A2 gene, but is considered A1, though not tested. Most likely open. $500 (Sold)

Red Cow, "Fiesty", Born December 2019. Four years old. Sheis a gentle cow. I milked a bit about three years ago. Birthed a Bull calf on May 7, 2024. He was dehorned and banded/castrated on May 15th. I will begin training her to milk by hand next week. She is not A1 tested but is the sister of a heifer who was tested and is A1/A1. $1500

One black fifteen month old heifer, Maple, most likely due to calve November/December 2024. $800 A1/A1(Sold)

Six year old very friendly, personable, coward at heart, very prolific bull. He will have sired 15 calves with the birth of these next calves in cows listed above. $1500 A1/A1. He has a date with Freezer camp next month if not sold. Please rescue him from Freezer Camp!!!

I would love to see them all go to good family farm homsteads.

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