Helping The Environment
At South Valley Shorthorns we are actively trying to help the environment by doing our part of eliminating human waste. Our cows enjoy various fruits and vegetables which would otherwise go to landfills.
South Valley Dorothy's Crocus 134R
Pictured at 18 in 2023. The foundation female in the South Valley herd. Influence seen in her daughters and grand daughters. Embryos sired by Saskvalley Pioneer 126P and Royalla Rockstar K274 are being implanted to continue her positive influence.
South Valley Crocus Nellie May 17E
Bill told me before he passed away to look after Nellie May as she is your best cow to date. I strongly feel that her capacity and ease of fleshing are second to none. She has had her calves all go on to be breeding stock or retained in my program. Nellie May is being flushed spring 2024.
South Valley Thornham Crocus
The pride I feel in this female is hard to fathom. She is a perfect uddered, feminine female that now is owned by Hatfield Shorthorns. She will see continued influence in our program through embryo transfer. I have also retained her dam, granddam and maternal sister.
South Valley King 39K
Out of a first calf heifer that is ideal in her phenotype and makeup. This white bull also has Matlock Crusin' 2H as his sire who is one of the most stylish Shorthorn bulls. I selected King to retain due to his outstanding maternal line, and his high quality. His 365 day weight is 1243 lbs. Thank you to Greg and Corine Parker
South Valley Crocus Katie May
The first female to be shown by South Valley Shorthorns since we were in 4H. Decades of waiting and we have Katie May and she had a very successful first year! She is the going to be one of the most important building blocks in the South Valley program.
South Valley Shorthorns
Owned and operated by Sheila Young
ARG Hector 1777 out of South Valley Miss Crocus 51U