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MARBEN FARM NORTH
See our Display Page. Herd of 70 registered Belted Galloways. Successfully shown at World Beef Expo, Madison, WI; Eastern States Expo (Big E), Springfield, MA; and NAILE, Louisville, KY. Home of top selling bull at Deep South Sale I. Grand and Reserve Champion Bulls at 1995 NAILE. Semen available from Marben's MacLean, 1995 Grand Champion Bull NAILE, and Marben Farm senior herd bull Aldermere Berk. American, Canadian and Scottish bloodlines. Black and Dun breeding stock. Steers and embryos available. Visitors always welcome.
Ron Howard, General Manager
70 Russell Avenue, Rockport, ME 04856
Phone (207) 236-2739
Home pages <www.aldermere.org>
A program of Maine Coast Heritage Trust Aldermere Farm, established by the late Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Chatfield in 1953, is the nation's oldest and premier breedstock producer of Belted Galloways. Having participated in the state's beef cattle Performance Testing Program for nearly 50 years and having diligently bred Belties for improved performance, Aldermere's cattle have consistently taken top honors at local and national shows. Aldermere Ajax has been awarded the national Belted Galloway Society's "Gold Lifetime Achievement Award" several times. Our cattle sold from the farm are priced to sell, as we continue our founders' objective of promoting this hardy and efficient breed.
CASA CATTLE COMPANY
151 Nokomis Rd
Corinna Maine 04928
Casa Cattle Company is a small family owned and operated farm located in Corinna Maine. We take pride in raising quality, natural Registered Belted Galloways. Over the last 7 years we have had the privilege of helping several new farms start their Beltie herd with some of our breed stock. Our farm also promotes Belted Galloway beef sales. As our customers can attest we are serious about providing the best breed stock and local, natural beef. We assure only the highest quality cattle and beef time and time again. From our farm to your farm or plate with integrity and value. Inquiries and visitors always welcome.
FERRY RIDGE FARMS
“We’ve got your beef!”
Owners: Dan & Lanci Costain
Offering beef and breeding stock
Ferry Ridge Farms is owned and operated by Danny and Lanci Costain of Plymouth, Maine. Being a traditional, family run farm for five generations, we are dedicated to serving our valued customers with confidence, integrity and excellence. Our Registered Belted Galloways represent some of the finest genetics in the breed. Our commitment to raising superior cattle enables us to offer our customers quality brood cows, feeder cattle and the finest quality beef that is consistently tender, juicy and tremendously tasty! Our goal is that you enjoy our cattle and beef products as much as our family enjoys raising it and serving each of you.
MITCHELL LEDGE FARM
PROCK RIDGE FARM
Merle and Loraine Prock
with Juniors Devin, Derek and Anthony Prock
2 Prock Road, Waldoboro, ME 04572
Senior herd sire in Prock Ridge's herd of 40 is Mar-Pine Calgary; junior herd sire is Prock Ridge Huron II. Founded on champion bloodlines, the herd consists primarily of purebreds of Canadian lineage. For over 20 years Prock Ridge has consistently produced winners in the Northeastern show circuit and has successfully exhibited at national events -- Eastern States Exposition, Fryeburg Fair and the North American. Grandchildren Devin, Derek and Anthony actively promote Bellties at 4-H and county fairs. Quality breeding stock available from time to time; and quality crafts always available at `The Belted Cow,' Loraine's art shop. Inquiries and visitors are welcome.
DIAMOND B FARM
Diamond B Farm is a family owned and operated farm that has been in operation for 245 years located in the beautiful lakes region of New Hampshire. Meghan Bickford was the first New England Galloway Group’s Heifer Project recipient in 1999. She’s the breeder of the 2008 National Belted Galloway Cow/Calf Champion Diamond B Jamie owned by Fearrington Village in North Carolina. Meghan's success with cattle success is in large part due to the generous support of the many members of the New England Galloway Group. Diamond B offers a limited quantity of breeding stock, steers and all-natural freezer beef.
Michelle Ogle, Manager
818 Burnt Mills Rd., Bedminster, NJ 07921
Phone/Fax: (908) 781-5576
Southdown Farm is located in the beautiful Somerset Hills Region of NJ at the intersection of I-287 and I-78. Breeders of purebred Belted Galloway and Hereford Cattle. Our goal at Southdown is to produce cattle that excel in performance, maternal traits, structural correctness and fertility. Home of 2001 Dam of Year and Gold Award Female Aldermere Ronda.
BRAMLEY MOUNTAIN FARM
Jack and June Burns - David and Carol Jalkower
109 Bramley Mtn. Road, Bovina Center, NY 13740
Phone (607) 832-4371
A quaint country village in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York is home for Bramley Mtn. Belties, numbering 25 head with production of embryos and calves from popular A.I. sires. Pregnant recipients are either beef cows or Holstein heifers from our dairy herd.
John Dean, owner
Abi Mesick, secretary
60 Dean Road, Valatie, N.Y. 12184
(518)392-5306 or email@example.com
We do not have the time to show our fine animals at fairs and exhibitions. However, we will make the time to show them on our farm. Visitors are welcome by appointment at Dean Croft. Registered, show quality cows and calves as well as commercial beef available.
LAKE BREEZE FARMS
Tom and Mary Begley
PO Box 123 Cato, NY 13033
A family farm located in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York State between Syracuse and Rochester. Our farm raises registered Belted Galloways and Lowline Angus for seedstock. We also have Beltie/ Lowline crosses. Animals for sale at all times. Visitors and inquiries always welcome.
Michael and Gail Parsons
5001 Rt 221, Cincinnatus, NY 13040
A family owned and operated farm located in Central New York between Syracuse and Binghamton, 5 miles east of I81. Our farm raises registered Belted Galloway cattle for breeding stock and freezer beef. Inquiries and visitors are always welcome.
Werner and Doris Moennich
Rt. 1, Box 116, Morris, NY 13808
Phone (607) 263-5522
A family-owned farm located in Central New York State about 30 miles south of Cooperstown's National Baseball Hall of Fame, and 15 miles west of I-88. Seefeld Farm is a successful dairy operation presently developing a growing herd of registered, fullblooded Belted Galloway beef cattle, with breeding stock sales and freezer beef trade our goals. Inquiries and visitors are always welcome.
John Zmich and family
4361 Huston Road, Geneseo, NY 14454
Phone (585) 303-0212
Family owned operation in the Genessee Valley of Western New York. Maintain a beautiful herd of fifteen to twenty breeding age females. Herds of origin dominated by Green Arpents with breeding from several other top herds from New England and Canada. Top quality females for sale as weaned calves, open or bred heifers. Will deliver.
Jon Kagan, owner
Jerry Stephens, herd manager
Box 53, Clinton Corners, NY 12514
Phone (914) 266-5005 or <Uphillbeef@aol.com>
Uphill Farm invites you to come by and see our herd of 40 Belted Galloway cows, a half-dozen White Galloways and a Red Galloway or two. Our foundation herd comes out of the now legendary Welcome Farm dispersal via the purchase of the Bur-Mer and Bur-Mic herds. Our herd sire is one of the last Welcome-bred bulls, Baxter, sired by Stonehedge Patriot out of Welcome Yolanda. Yolanda resides at Uphill along with her dam Aldermere Karachi. We look forward to Karachi's great-great-grandchildren. Our junior herd sire 4WF Colorado is a Red Beltie sired by Au Domaine First 4D, Grand Champion Male at the 1996 North American. Stop by or call any time, we'd love to see you.
ANDERSON HILL FARM
Anderson Hill Farm was established in 1977 with purchases from A.H. Chatfield Jr. of Rockport, ME and from the Homestead line in Ohio. In 1988 we imported Bolebec Dun Controller from Mr. Christopher Marler of England, and several heifers from Mr. George Sproat's Boreland herd in Scotland. The infusion of this new blood has been most favorable, producing breeding stock such as Anderson Hill Ironside, Grand Champion N.A.I.L.E 1994; Anderson Hill Nashua, Grand Champion Big E 1995 & 1996; Anderson Hill Quaker, Grand Champion N.A.I.L.E 1998; Anderson Hill Robert, Grand Champion N.A.I.L.E 2000 & Big-E 2001; and Anderson Hill Satin, Grand Champion Female Big E 2001. Semen available and visitors are welcomed.
814 Floodwoods Road, Waitsfield VT, 05673
Phone (802) 496-2113 (June-Aug) or (716) 884-3115
Founded in 1960, the Floodwoods Herd in Waitsfield, Vermont, continues to accentuate the inherent attributes of the Beltie breed so suitable for rough terrain in harsh climates. Belted Galloways are great foragers and, in the summer, thrive on marginal hill pastures. With their extra winter coat, they live out all winter with only hay to eat. The mothers calve easily, give copious milk, and are protective. Most Beltie breeders select for rapid growth, mature size, and grain-conversion efficiency. While we at Floodwoods appreciate these standard criteria, they are no more important for us than conformation, rugged durability, ease in calving, and mothering ability. We do not crossbreed, record in the appendix, or even keep mismarked calves. We promote natural selection for strength and character. After forty years, Floodwoods may only be the second oldest herd in the US but we are, perhaps, first in producing handsome, strong and lasting purebred Belties.
MEADOW VIEW FARM
Herd Manager: Steve Downing
1545 Darling Hill Road, Lyndonville, Vermont
Barn (802) 626-1116, Meat orders (802) 626-3104, Fax (802) 626-3105
Meadow View Farm prides themselves in raising quality Belted Galloway show and breeding stock with grassfed genetics. We maintain a pure and all-natural feeding environment by pasturing our cattle during the summer months and produce our own haylage to support the animals during the winter months. The cattle are raised in a natural, low-stress environment, feed on lush green pastures and are completely hormone-free, resulting in a beef product that is exceptionally tender, full of flavor, and juicy. Call Steve Downing for more information on our show and breeding stock.
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