These cows are expecting calves calves. Let us know if you are especially interested in any of these up-and-coming babies. We will be retaining all of the short legged heifer calves sired by Hank.
Gloria, Gloria is just starting to get an udder. As a heifer, it'll be hard to tell when she will calve. She is starting to look a bit heavy bred, but the calf could be very small. We expect this calf to be very small with a ton of hair. This calf could be orange, mahogany, or cream; brindle is possible.
Jenna, no udder yet, just starting to look heavy bred. This calf could be mahogany or orange. Brindle is possible. Berneseno udder yet, just starting to look heavy bred. This calf could be black, dun, orange, or mahogany. Bred to Hank, this calf could be black, dun or orange. Bred to Hank, this calf could be black, dun, or orange. Duns are my favorite color of Highland.
They can throw 6 of 7 colors everything except for mahogany reddepending on the color they are bred to. Ainsley weighed in at 38 pounds and was 23" tall.
Ainsley can be weaned in November or put on a bottle for super socializing at any time. Ayla is SOLD. Born June 4,she is out of Puppy, sired by Hank. Paisley is a naturally curious and docile little girl out of one of our sweetest lines of Highlands. Weighing in at 30 pounds at birth, was just as tiny as she was adorable.
Paisley sold immediately after birth, but when Hailey had a silver heifer just a few weeks later, the buyers asked to purchase the silver instead since silvers are so very rareso Paisley is up for sale again. Paisley has been dehorned.
MINIATURE HIGHLAND CATTLE
Born June 14,she is out of Lindsay, sired by Hank. Lauren is a naturally docile calf with a very easy going temperament. Lauren is out of our smallest foundation cow, Lindsay. We expect this little girl to be one of our smallest non-chondro calves sired by Hank. Born June 12,Rosa is out of Hailey, sired by Hank.
Rosa is a very sweet calf with a wonderful calm temperament.
‘Peanut,’ The Panda Calf
Rosa is on a bottle and will be sold as a bottle baby for super socializing. Born March 18,Lola is out of Jade, sired by Thor. She is, however, our largest foundation stock cow. Measuring in at 46" now, Jade is a big girl as compared to the rest of our mini Highland cows.
Mini Highland Cows
Born June 26,Simon is out of Sabrina, sired by Hank. Simon is the largest "mini" Highland calf born on our farm in a long time, weighing in at 45 pounds and 23" tall, we don't expect him to remain a full miniature his entire life.
Born June 11,Lizette is out of Lassie, sired by Hank.The meat from this breed is almost as famous as their distinctive look of long wavy hair and straight horns. From Scotland, these hardy cattle are capable of surviving harsh conditions. Their coat is actually double layered, made up of the long outer layer and a downy undercoat insulates them from extreme temperatures and the elements. A dual purpose breed, used for both milk and meat, produce a meat that is tenderer than other beef with less cholesterol with more iron and protein.
This rugged and hearty breed are ideal as organic or grass-fed beef production. They are suited for smaller farms or acreages, requiring a third less food than the standard Highland cattle. On lower food amounts these cattle marble naturally and produce a lean high quality and low-fat beef.
For breeding, being the cutest of the miniature breeds, they have strong mothering instincts and calve easily. Dystocia is very uncommon and they can produce well into their teens. Weighing between pounds, they produce enough meat for a family of four for half a year. Only an acre is required for a pair and they are easier on pastures and fences. Mini Highland cattle are good browsers making them good for clearing brush and bramble. Follow this page as we build our herd, offer calves for sale, or have meat for purchase.
Thanks for visiting!Our bloodlines are descendants of the original Miniature Jersey Cattle, once known as Alderney Cattle, imported from the Channel Island of Jersey and have been kept in their original pure form. In referencing the Miniature Jersey Cattle, some of us earlier breeders and original registrars referred them as Guinea Cattle.
After the breed was brought to America, they were selectively crossbred to larger size cows forming the Jersey Cow of today. Miniature Jersey Cows at three years of age and over should not exceed pounds live weight. Compare this to the standard mature full size Jersey cow which weighs to pounds and is 50 to 60 inches tall. Over the many years of selective breeding, Tanglewood bloodlines have produced Miniature Jersey Cows that average in height 34 to 36 inches and to pounds.
Tanglewood bloodlines are currently the smallest in the database of the American Miniature Jersey Association and Registry.
Miniature cows come in a variety of colors from many shades of brown, brindle, black and occasionally pinto or splashed with white. Miniature Jersey Cows are naturally polled animals which means they are born without horns. Miniature cows are members of the bovine family. All cows are ruminants and have four-chamber stomachs. They are cud-chewing animals.
Male cows are called bulls. Altered males are called steers. Females are called cows. It takes a cow nine months to have a baby calf. At birth, a baby Miniature Jersey calf weighs approximately 15 to 25 pounds and is from 14 to 16 inches tall. Miniature cows can live up to 25 years with the possibility of producing 23 calves. Miniature cows are very docile and easy to handle. Miniature Jersey Cows are a sound economic investment.
They produce up to four gallons of milk daily and yield higher quality marketable beef. With the emphasis on health related diets to eat smaller servings of meat, the consumer can enjoy smaller cuts of beef with more marbling and less fat.
Not only are miniature cows very practical for milk and beef supply, their small size, hardy constitution, gentle nature and rarity make them ideal for any exotic investor, backyard hobbyist or farmer. We are very proud of the daily handling and care given to our miniatures here at Tanglewood Farm.
We provide proper nutrition and quality veterinary care to all of our animals. Our livestock is current on vaccinations, dental checkups, hoof care, and worming. The health of our animals is very important to us, and we follow rather strict practices.
We maintain a closed herd, which means we do not bring in any new animals, embryos or semen. Once an animal is sold, it may not be returned. So that we do not unintentionally introduce disease into our herds, we do not bring our animals to shows, and we do not borrow or lend animals for breeding. We prefer weanlings do not leave Tanglewood Farm before they are 4 months of age. This also enables Tanglewood Farm time to deworm the weanlings and give them their first vaccinations.
All miniatures come with Tanglewood Farm health papers showing up to date vaccinations, deworming schedule, and hoof trimming schedule.Although most Highlands would be considered a "Mid-Miniature" size breed Over 43" at 3 years of age Miniature Highland cattle under 42" at 3 years of age are one of the most popular of the miniature breeds of cattle and good miniatures are still quite rare.
Over the years we have worked hard to not only continue to select for these traits, but to reduce the size of our fold by the use of a very small Highland bull. At the same time, we have also accumulated one of the largest Dexter herds in the United States.
Although rare now, some Dexters carry a gene called "Chondrodysplasia" which is a dwarf gene. We introduced this gene into the purebred Highlands, and then selected the offspring of these parings and used it again with the purebred Highlands to increase the percentage of Highland traits while retaining the dwarf gene. The bull above is the ultimate product of this combination of Dexter and Highland, although there are very few Dexter traits left over from the multiple generations of breeding back to purebred Highlands.
This has been a slow process, but the bull is virtually identical to a purebred Highland now, with the exception of the dwarf gene. This bull will never exceed 40", although most Highland bulls will range from " in height at maturity.
Alongside this breeding program, we have been breeding purebred Highlands together in order to reduce the size without the Dexter chondro gene. Skip to content Although most Highlands would be considered a "Mid-Miniature" size breed Over 43" at 3 years of age Miniature Highland cattle under 42" at 3 years of age are one of the most popular of the miniature breeds of cattle and good miniatures are still quite rare.Highland Cows originate from the very rugged Highlands of Scotland. Due to the conditions of the Highlands, this breed has developed into a very hardy breed of cattle that are unlike any other breed.
Highlands have a double coat. This allows them to handle extreme weather conditions that other cattle would not be able to handle. They resemble a goat in that they will eat brush and weeds. Highlands are also known for their calving ease, being good mothers and for being docile.
Highlands and humans have been interacting for so long over the span of history, that they will naturally be a good choice for a backyard grazer. Not looking for a backyard grazer?
Highlands are slow to mature at the age of 3, this slow aging produces a flavorful succulent meat. The topping on the cake of the Highland is the Mini Highland. It will give you all of the desirable traits of the Highland in a smaller package, making them easier to handle and raise.
That is what we aspire to here at Bomke Farms, to produce healthy small Highland Cattle! To get onto our email blast list please email Jessicapodany gmail. It will include, sex, color, coat and price. Then it will be first come first serve for purchasing. Please do not leave a deposit without speaking to someone from the farm first.
Deposits hold the calf while you await weaning or transport.Road trip for Registered Highlands
She is expecting her first calf this Winter. At 3 years old Blondie is 43 inches. With our bull Roland, Blondie has the potential to throw yellow, white, dun and silver dun calves.
Brookie is our Mini Black Highland. She has the potential to to have red, yellow, dun and silver dun calves. Lucy is our yellow Mini Highland. She will be bred to Roland this winter. She has the potential to have yellow and white calves. Red is our Mid Mini Highland. She was born in and had her first calf this past Spring. At 5 years of age she is 44 inches tall. Red has the potential to have yellow and red calves.He has exceptional bloodlines on the top and bottom, including championship genes from Canada.
She is halter broke, leads, and a great attitude. Her dam was the Supreme Res.
Grand Champion at the Spokane Interstate Fair as a yearling and placed in multiple fairs. Snaw has championship genes from 5 Star Farm. She is halter broke, leads, and has a great temperament. Her dam is an Impact Dam and has produced multiple champions at Washington fairs. Call Dan Howry at or email for more information. For more information please email or call Nicole Kaseberg at Grass fed, no hormones.
Not halter broke but I feed her by hand. For more information please email or call Dale Trullinger at For more information please email or call Ted Freeman at Thick and square, almost as a yearling. Mild mannered and calm. Fastest growing of my bulls. Also available, nice black bull. For more information please email or call Mike Mower at Breeders in Logan, Utah.
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