July 1st Auction Consignment Info
Our next online auction will be held on July 1st, 2023. We have some top a line semen, bred cows, a couple steers, ready to breed heifers, and a cow/calf pair in this sale! Be sure to scroll through and take a look.
Philip of Glengorm (AHCA #64533)
There will be 2 lots of Philip of Glengorm with 5 straws in each lot. Semen Sells July 1st at Highland Genetics Online Auction
Here’s your chance at the first import of Scottish Highland semen from Glengorm Castle since Jock of Glengorm in the 1980s. Jock of Glengorm is one of most influential sires in the American Highland Cattle Association herdbook. The impact Glengorm genetics have had in the USA can be felt everywhere.
Philip of Glengorm packs those Glengorm genetics and almost 70 years worth of Highland cattle breeding into a traditional Scottish-style bull. Glengorm has registered Highland Cattle in the Highland Cattle Society's database going back to 1954. Philip of Glengorm is structurally correct, walks with an athletic stride and brings depth and length. Philip has 10 generations of Glengorm females on his dam’s side, dating back to the 1950s. See all of the ancestors for Philip of Glengorm's pedigree.
Philip of Glengorm's father, Philip of Richmondhill, is a powerhouse as seen in the picture below. Philip of Glengorm's mother is an outstanding example of the quality females Glengorm is known for producing. Glengorm females are made to cover a lot of ground in the Highlands. They excel in having excellent feet, legs and udders. Philip of Glengorm's pedigree is a who's-who of UK-based genetics. Most of these genetics have never been publicly available through A.I. in the past. This is the first offering of Philip of Glengorm semen in the world. Semen will sell with a contract to be used for A.I. only, with no rights to produce embryos. Final sale price does not include shipping. Buyer is responsible for shipping cost.
Pictured Above: Philip of Glengorm
Philip's sire and dam
Jock of Glengorm. One of the most influential bulls to the Highland breed.
We Tired Acres Joc (AHCA #41342)
There will be 2 lots of We Tired Acres Joc with 5 straws in each lot. Semen Sells July 1st at Highland Genetics Online Auction
Here is some legendary genetics packed with power and not easy to get your hands on. One of the first calves born at the infamous We Tired Acres, "Joc" started a legacy of quality and outstanding genetics at We Tired Acres. A show champion, Cobblestone Farm's took Grand Champion Bull with Joc at both the Farmingdale and Beaver Dam shows. Summit Ranch Hail, Joc's sire, was a son of Rioghail of Balmoral, who was owned by Queen Elizabeth's castle/farm. Rioghail was sired by Campbell Og of Dalriada, another impressive bull packed with those hard to come by UK genetics. Joc was extremely growthy and used in grass-fed and crossbred programs later in his life, including Aryshire Farm on the East Coast of the USA. These are some real old school genetics that will produce the modern day results everyone is looking to put into their herd. Buy yours July 1st right here at Highland Genetics.
Final sale price does not include shipping. Buyer is responsible for shipping cost.
Pictured Above: We Tired Acres Joc - Grand Champion Bull at The Badger State Classic
Joc's paternal grandsire - Rioghail of Balmoral
Rioghail of Bamoral's sire, Campbell Og of Dalriada
Bold, classy, authentic, elegant. This white, open heifer is 2 years old and lives up to the name. “Betty White” is unregistered, but it doesn’t stop her from turning heads. She has a medium sized frame, good bone and feet, and is ready to produce your next good looking calf. Add some color, and style to your herd with Betty White. She sells July 1st right here at Highland Genetics. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Located in Watkins, MN
Jolene is a two year old, red highland heifer that’s ready to hit the breeding pasture. This small framed gal is unregistered, but would make a perfect fit for someone’s hobby farm. She’s built right for her size with good legs and feet. She’s easy to get along with, quiet and docile. If you are on the hunt for a smaller, purebred highland Jolene is the choice for you. Located in Watkins, MN. Buyer is responsible for shipping.
Hello Darlin… Conway is a silver yearling steer. This guy is easy going and built right to pack on the pounds (or a pair of tight fitting jeans). Conway would make someone a great pet with his demeanor or just a great prospect to feed out. He sells July 1st on Highland Genetics Website. Buyer responsible for shipping, located in Watkins, MN.
Waylon is a red yearling steer consigned to Highland Genetics July 1st online auction. Your baby doesn't need to grow up to be a cowboy to handle this one. Waylon is quiet, easy to be around, and has all the hair you want from a Highland. He's unregistered, but he calls it "keeping it original". Feed him out or have your next pasture pet, Waylon will thrive at anyone's farm. Buyer is responsible for shipping.
Rosie is a unregistered heavy bred cow. She is 4 years old, right in her prime. All wrapped up in that classic Highland red color. Medium framed, Rosie has good feet, a nice utter, and easy going demeanor. If you are looking to get into Highlands or add another easy cow to your existing farm, Rosie is for you. Shipping can be arranged throughout the US and Canada at the buyers expense. Located in Watkins, MN.
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