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Serenity Oak Farm Taco:  
 ADCA #019039      
 Markers on File 
 PDCA #203587-C
 Tested Chondrodysplasia Free 
 Tested PHA Free
 Heterozygous A1/A2

(Taco pictured at 3 years, May 2008)
(Frederick pictured here at 7 years, October 2008)
Circle H's Frederick:  Our Herd Bull

   ADCA #13691
  PDCA # 200185-C
  Tested Chondrodysplasia Free
  Tested PHA Free
  Markers on File (Sire and Dam) 
  Homozygous A2 (A2/A2)  



OUR BULLS
Some of 
Frederick's offspring
Last Updated February 10, 2017
Mrald Ramblers Last Ride:  
 ADCA #020263
 Markers on File     
 PDCA #205338
 Tested Chondrodysplasia Free 
 Tested PHA Free
 Horned
​ Black, Carries Red
 Homozygous A2

Rainbow Hill's Comet:  
 ADCA #8495      
 Calving Date March 1996
 Chondrodysplasia Carrier 
 Tested PHA Free
 Horned
 Dun

Ryder was the last calf produced by Carol Davidson's Hiyu Rambler II.  Rambler was a unique combination of Saturn of Knotting (from the Knotting dairy in England) and Bedford Moss Rose, one of the very last remnants of the Bedford (Kellogg) line. Ryder's dam, Circle H's Naomi, was bred by Gerald Holmquist and produced 2.5 to 3 gallons a day of sweet, creamy milk high in butterfat.  Ryder was shown by us and his new owners in Bonifay, FL  - Ya Reckon Dexters and always was at the top of his class.

Circle H's Naomi



Hiyu Rambler II
We've had one Comet calf, Mrald I Wear Short Shorts.  We were very happy with this heifer.  Her disposition was so lovely, she ended up going to a family with two young girls that wanted to take her for walks and paint her toes.  Dad wanted a milk cow and you should have seen that udder!  Fantastic!  Comet was said to be a "dairy" producer.  His daughters were used to milk and we can see why.  There are VERY few of these straws and we are careful to put them on select females.

Mrald Overture:  
 ADCA #025264      
 Markers on File 
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Homozygous A1
 Homozygous Polled
 Dun, Carries Red 

We shipped Over to join the Belle Fourche herd as a weanling.  He is an outstanding example of what we breed for.  A product of HV Saltaire Susie and Serenity Oak Farm Taco.  Said to be one of the nicest dun bulls ever bred, Over made the cut at Belle Fourche to be a candidate for not only semen collection but International Collection as well.  This young bull has calves world wide. 

Over's first calf in Europe
Over's first calf in                   Over's first calf
 Australia                                 in South Africa





          One of Over's calves in the USA
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XI Magee XI:  
 ADCA #023545     
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Dun, Carries Red
 Polled 

We haven't used Magee yet ourselves, but we have seen, and gotten to know his offspring from other breeders and what they can produce as well.  We are definitely impressed. 
He has a neat pedigree that includes Polgaron and the beautiful Ida-J-Mar Wheeler.  He'll be a fun twist to our program.

Mrald Absolutely Perfect:  Our Second in Command  
 ADCA #      
 Markers on File 
 Tested Chondrodysplasia Free 
 Tested PHA Free
 Homozygous A2/A2
 Homozygous Polled
 Homozygous Red
 Carries Dun

Absolute's Bio is 
Under Construction
THE BOYS IN OUR TANK 
THAT HELP BUILD 
THE EMERALD PARK HERD

Fairy Hill Peter:  
 ADCA #3731
 Calving Date April 1987     
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Dun
 Horned 

Now here's some old dairy lines!  He's all Cranworth and Trillium.  Very exciting.  Semen from a 30 year old bull is awesome.

Llanfair's Cinnabar:  
 ADCA #13213
 Calving Date May 2002    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Red
 Polled 

Bred by Fred Chesterly and used as a herd sire by John Potter for years.  Cinnabar has an incredible disposition and makes some cute  udders.  We have a Cinnabar brood cow, Cinnabon a.k.a. Bonnie.  Bonnie is one of our favorites and we are glad to have more of him in our tank.

Hillview Morris:  
 ADCA #12800
 Calving Date January 2002    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Black
 Polled 

Morris was bred by Evelyn Anderson.  He is the product of one of our original brood cows, Hillview Sally, and the Saltaire Platinum.  Morris was one of the ONLY Platinum bulls that made the cut out of Evelyn's herd.  Or should we say, didn't get cut!

Saltaire Platinum:  
 ADCA #6504
 Calving Date September 1990    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Black, Carries Red
 Polled 

OH YEAH!  We have Platinum!​
Hillview Ramble Ruler:  
 ADCA #11970
 Calving Date June 2001    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Black
 Polled 

Ruler was another product of Evelyn Anderson.  Cool bloodlines of Platinum and Bedford!  We had a heifer by him who was gorgeous and as sweet as she could be.  It was a great loss when she passed away.  There are so few Ruler straws and we will try again.
Hillview Red Wing:  
 ADCA #12899
 Calving Date February 2002    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Red
 Homozygous Polled 

Of course we have Red Wing.  One of Susie's boys.  The first tested homozygous polled Dexter.  Red Wing is the entire package, udders, disposition and conformation.  Our power house Sheridan is a Red Wing daughter.
Wee Gaelic Mr O'Toole:  
 ADCA #5741
 Calving Date April 1990    
 Chondrodysplasia Free 
 PHA Free
 Dun
 Horned 

O'Toole is a milky boy and rumor has it, a fantastic disposition.  We were told a story that he was shipped up to Alaska and not in a livestock trailer.  He went from a container to a flat bed and was dropped off at the local bar where he was tied out to the picnic tables until his new owner walked him home!