All Dexters at Crooked Creek Ranch are free from PHA and Chondrodysplasia. A 50% non-refundable deposit will hold all for sale animals until they are picked up. Ask about a discount if you are interested in more than 1 animal.
CCR SNIC Gretta (ADCA# 39856): Gretta was born 7-1-16 out of Gal and Nick. She is a dehorned red, homozygous dun heifer that is also homozygous A2. She is confirmed pregnant to Charles, due 5-9-18. The calf will be heterozygous polled, red, homozygous dun calf that will either have a beta-casein of A2A2 or A1A2. She was shown for 4H this year and as you see below she was led around by our 6yr old. She is for sale for $2000.
Gretta in training.
CCR CCHA Frankincense ("Franky") (ADCA#41933): Born
12-26-16, Franky was born a day after Christmas in the midst of an
ice-storm that knocked out our power for 5days. She is out of Liffey
and Charles. She is a heterozygous polled, homozygous dun, red heifer
that is A1A2. She is for sale for $1700.
CCR CCHA Alpha (ADCA# 42110): Born 2-12-17, Alpha is out of Jane and is homozygous
red & dun, A1A2 and is heterozygous polled. He was shown at 4H
achievement days for "Baby Beef" were he took grand champ and also with his dam in the "Bred & Owned" class. Every calf out of Jane
has been fantastic including Alpha, who will make a great herd sire next
year. He is for sale for $1700.
CCR CCHA Lacy (ADCA# 42107): Born 4-11-17 out
of Lady, Lacy is a red, heterozygous dun, heterozygous polled heifer
with a beta-casein of A1/A2. She is another great heifer out of Lady, our main milk cow,
and is for sale for $1700.
CCR CCHA Emmitt (ADCA# 42106): Born 6-13-17 out
of Emerald, Emmitt has the genetic makeup we've been breeding towards.
He is homozygous: red,dun,polled, & A2. Every calf out of Emmitt will be polled; and if bred to red and dun cows- all his calves will be either red or dun. In addition, he will contribute the A2 beta-casein protein to all his calves. We will try and get an updated photo soon. He is developing into a
nice bull and is for sale for $2500.
Milk Cows: Dexters are easy to train for hand-milking and virtually all of our cows could potentially be a milk cow. However, if you would prefer one that has been milked already let us know and we can either start milking the one your interested in or put you on a waiting list for the next available milk cow.
Grass-fed Dexter Beef: Every year we butcher 3 two-year old steers in late July/early August. Please see our Grassfed Beef page for more information. If you are interested in any grass-fed Dexter beef, please feel free to give us a call 605-272-2224 or e-mail us @ firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and we can get you on the list.