Cattle

Red Doc Herd Bulls

The power of Red Doc Farm is mainly revealed within its herd sires.The goal of Red Doc has never been to chase fads but to select and execute what works for them. Red Doc has combined genetics from various operations that focus on feed efficiency, fertility, hardiness milking ability and carcass data. As a result, Red Doc has become a reliable source for powerful genetics that are constantly sought after by both registered and commercial cattleman.

 

 

Red Doc Females

Red Doc’s females possess the necessary qualities for functional, low input females on high desert terrain. Red Doc mandates their females breed under range conditions and wean heavy calves. Fertility and calving ease are core qualities that Red Doc females possess while maintaining adequate milking ability. Red Doc’s females are unique, as they excel in producing not only ideal replacement females but also marketable steers.

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3 weeks ago

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Red Doc Bean planting has begun! We look forward to seeing everyone ready for beans in August! #reddocfarm #farm #pintobeans #newmexicogrown #nmtrue ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

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Where's the beef? Contact Red Doc, 9 natural beefs now ready to be harvested. Demand the quality and consistency. Mandate the highest quality meat, raised in a healthy environment for your family.

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2 months ago

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Red Doc Trump 5127 has returned home for the spring. Thanks to McCollaum Santa Gertrudis of Delta UT for leasing him to us for this breeding season.
Red Doc bulls are out on cows, as we prepare for the 2022 Red Hot Bull Sale and Rocky Mountain Spring Runoff heifer sale.
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2 months ago

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Red Doc Rush going to his new home in Louisiana at Wiley Ranch! Don’t forget their big sale coming this September! ... See MoreSee Less

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