Ebony of Yukon or Dorothy as I call her is a registered Hihland from Bear Highland Cattle in Bonners Ferry, ID. She is very sweet, and has a wonderful disposition. Dorothy has put out some outstanding, and friendly calves. Sadly I lost Dorothy but have a nice replacement heifer out of her - Miss Bonnie below.
Ivory of Yukon aka Rose was purchased with Dorothy from BHC as a coming two year old. They are a fine example of how docile the breed is - they had not been haltered prior to purchase. Rose is and impact dam, producing beautiful, show stopper offspring.
KHH Mountain Meadow Lace "Lacy" is a 2013 big bodied, correct, brindle heifer by Ivory of Yukon above and by T5 Samhain. She took Grand Champion Heifer at the Washington State Fair in 2015.
Blanch (yes, I named them after the Golden Girls) is a very sweet, unregistered Highland that I purchased as one of my first Highlands along with her two other sisters from Wally Congdon. She is halter trained and is often used for educational displays at the county fair and festivals.
Ethel is one of my first unregistered Highlands. She is halter trained, friendly, and has been used as a milk cow
Lucy is an unregistered Highland that was won of my first purchased with the two cows above. She is alter trained, and a good mamma wit nice feet and udders.
Star Lite is a registered Highland that came out of Flathead and Happy Hallow farms. She is a good mamma and is friendly.
BET Marsali is a super friendly, registered, dun, Highland cow.
KHH Miss Bonnie (pictured as yearling) sired by T5 Samhain and out of one of my favorite cows Dorothy. She is a nice, big bodied, correct heifer. I am so excited about this girl
KHH Saucy Sophia is a 2013 stout, dun, heifer out of BET Marsali and by T5 Samhain. She is pictured as a newborn above with her mom and a yearling at
KHH Mountian Meadow Petunia is a nice bulky heifer much like full sister Lacy above. I am super excited about this friendly yellow heifer. She is my last replacement heifer sired by T5 Samhian and by Ivory of Yukon.
T5 Clair is a 2012 black cow with a great disposition. I halter trained her in 5 minutes as a three year old!
T5 Belle is a big bodied cow with a phenominal disposition. She walked right on a lead after not being haltered for years.
Pearl of Twin Oaks
Uno, named for her one horn, is a super young cow. She is unregietered
T5 Honey is a 2013 heifer
KHH Duffs Miss Dorothy
2015 heifer by KHH Miss Bonnie x Willow Bend Duff
KHH Duff's Lady Mabel
by Star lite x Willow Bend Duff
Bun (right) is a big black Angus cow that I have had since 2006. She is a good cow, and easy to work with.
Rhubarb (left) is a full Angus daughter of Bun, and puts out nice, big, calves,
Muffin is a Red Angus Charolais cross. She has a sweet disposition, and also puts out huge calves. They are so nice that I have kept all of her heifer calves by Angus bulls.
Margaret is a silver daughter of Muffin by a black Angus Mitty bull. She has a good body and excellent feet and udders.
Cinnamon (right) is also one of Muffin’s daughters by a red Angus bull. She is sweat, calm, and halter trained.
Gertrude (left and below) is out of Rhubarb and by a black Scottish Highland Bull. She could almost pass for a pure bred Angus