Tested Family Milk Cows For Sale

Our Family milk cows and heifers are ALL tested by UBRL for Johne’s, BLV, BVD-PI, Q Fever and Brucellosis. All have BANGS tags and tested, vet checked and TB tested if fresh. UC Davis tests for casein. Our cows are bred once a year to produce A2A2 milk for our members so we only occasionally have heifers available.

Moodonna  (Sold)

Moodonna in May

Moo:

18 month old Irish Jersey, will be a mini. She is out of a 12 gallon a day milker. We like our Lowline Jersey cross milk cows, and she has had a good start. Inquisitive and happy, Moo will keep you entertained for years to come. She is halter broke, comes when called (usually); is tested negative for Johne’s, BLV, BVD, Q fever and I sA1A2 (the only reason she is for sale). She has a Bangs tag. She will make a good homestead cow, being dual purpose for milk AND meat. She is bred to Texas and Lady’s Man, one a Guernsey and one a Jersey, using heifer semen. 95% chance you will get a heifer. We have had her blood tested by UBRL and she is confirmed pregnant. UTD on all shots she has been raised organic and is on pasture now. This is a very nice find for a family wanting a dual purpose cow but still lot’s of milk. She is square and correct on her feet. Come out and meet Moo. $2500   DOB 11.12.16

Buttercup (sold)

Buttercup was born 5-23-18. She is being raised on a cow now. She will be available fall of 2018. She is UTD on shots and worming and out of our gentlest cow. She has been on a halter, but will not be halter broke.

Mo: ($2500)

3/4 Jersey 1/4 NZ Freisian. Springing heifer due Oct 17th. She is out of Bess and Golda, both A2A2. She is bred to Steph with heifer semen. She has been tested negative for BLV, BVD, Brucellosis, Q fever and Johne’s. She is bagging up nicely, one quarter a bit smaller than the other like her mom. Her mom is an 8 gallon a day freshener and holds her milk numbers up nicely. Sire is a high butterfat numbers bull. She is very gentle and loves people, good with kids and is halter broke. She is broke to the stanchion and has never kicked. We will be keeping her daughter. We are selling her to make room for a purebred Guernsey milk cow.


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