We are a registered Angus, Simmental and SimAngus cattle operation in the Hocking Hills of southeastern Ohio. Utilizing the best genetics possible, we raise replacement heifers, breeding age bulls and freezer beef.
All for sale private treaty.
We have 4 yearling Simmental bulls available.
SAM x Combustible- 3/4sim 1/4 angus black bull pictured. Thick made, big scrotal, docile bull out of the highly sought after Something about Mary. Great pedigree to clean up those cows bred for the showring.
County O x Broadway- Purebred baldy bull. Thick, sound and docile to boot. This guy has the drive to breed cows.
Red Guilch x Revolution- Purebred Red Bull pictured. He’s only a May but packs a punch and hangs with the older bulls. Look for him to produce females like his mother… outstanding.
Lock N Load x Corporate Design- Purebred black bull. Well made and balanced bull with calving ease and low birthweight bred into him. Ready to breed cows or heifers.
I have pictures and videos of these guys in their working clothes, however I encourage you to see them in person to really appreciate the quality of cattle. Message for any details and set up a time to come and see them. They will be semen tested and ready to breed!
Located in Southeastern Ohio.
We have a group of 3 yearling commercial SimAngus heifers, all right around 12 months. They are sired by a 1/2 blood Fat Butt son. Their dams are purebred angus and are on the farm. Look for these heifers to be big middled, sound and good uddered as they grow into mama cows. They are cycling good and ready for grass. Would like to keep together as a group.
Located In Laurelville, Ohio.
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This yearling ET revival son is muscled up as they come. He moves around like a cat and will pack a punch. He finished the bull test in the top 5 for fat thickness and square inch of ribeye per 100lbs. With the likes of Re*****on Lock N Load 54U, STF Onyx and Meyer 734 on the bottom side of his pedigree, he is going to throw some cool baldy cattle that will preform in the show ring or the feed lot alike. His donor dam, FLE Miss Royal Jewel, was the reserve champion female at the Iowa State Fair in 2015 and if you want a female like that, you breed with her son! He sells March 26th at the Blue Collar Bull Sale in Somerset, Ohio. Phone bidding is available!
RVF Tahoe 2133 AAA20197331
This March born son of Tehama Tahoe is thick, square and sound to the ground. He offers a lot of eye appeal as well as performance, gaining 4.31 lbs/day on test. This guy was put together with the commercial cattlemen in mind. Whether you are retaining replacement females or selling off feeders at weaning he is very versatile. He ranks in the top 15% $M, top 10% $W and top 35% in CED and BW. Don’t miss out on him and 19 of his closest buddies up for sale March 26th at the Blue Collar Bull Sale!
This little 95 pound bruiser made an eventful appearance this morning. After a 500 yard run to the barn and a set of chains he’s up and kickin! Thankful for friends who came and helped bring this guy into the world! Anxious to see how this Relentless x Classified bull calf turns out!
Calving season kicked off just days after an ice storm knocked out 80% of the counties electric. Thankfully these two cows waited out the storm before calving and the weather is looking up for the newborns!
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Check out this Tehama Tahoe son out of one of our Connealy Final Product daughters. He is thick throughout his body, strong topped, square made and docile with calving ease! Not to mention he will preform with the best, currently gaining a whopping 5.6 lbs/day on the Blue Collar Bull Test. He ranks in the top 30% of the breed in 8 categories. Don’t miss this guy sell on March 26 at the Blue Collar Bull Sale!
A year ago we dealt with single digit temps and 8 inches of snow, today it’s 60 and rain. Regardless we toughed it out and got the cattle fed so we can celebrate with family! Thanks to all the people who made this year great, from bull and freezer beef customers to friends and family!! Merry Christmas everyone!!
Decided it was time to bring the cows home and open up the corn silage bag. The cows are enjoying the new feed pad to keep them and me up out of the mud feeding hay and silage. Hopefully it holds up to the winter long abuse!
Last move of the year has the cows with their nose to the green grass, at least for the next couple weeks!
Fall is upon us! Calves are growing, cows are still out on good grass, bull calves are ready to head off to test and harvest is winding down. This is my favorite time of year! Make sure to like and follow the page for updates on replacement heifers and yearling bulls that will be for sale next spring.
Corn silage is bagged up and ready to feed this winter! This is a good high quality feed that will save on hay and shelled corn inputs. We plan on using this to supplement our cow herd throughout the winter and also grow our feeder cattle to finish. Big thanks to Chris and Gary Davis for coming down to chop and bag it!
We are super excited for this 2021 calf crop! These are just a few pictures I have snapped over the last couple weeks, it’s not all the calves but just a handful. We will have a number of yearling bulls and yearling heifers for sale in the spring, some at sales, some private treaty but some will be retained. From registered Angus, to registered Simmental to commercial SimAngus cattle, we have a little bit of everything. These type of cattle will be productive for a wide variety of producers. Stay tuned for more updates throughout the year.
Message or call/text me for any questions or if you would like to come look at some of these calves as they grow!
Feels good to see friends enjoying beef from our home raised steer. Thankful for the business and happy to see people buy local and EAT BEEF!
Message us to find out when our next round of beef is available!
I think a cake feeder would be a safer way to give the cows their daily treat, but for now a fat guy running with a 5-gallon bucket will suffice.
Between the 4 inches of rain, 98% humidity and a couple midnight shifts it made for a tough weekend to breed cattle. Luckily thanks to some good help and a good AI man, things went pretty smooth (besides the last cow trying to join Ray in the palp cage). Now it’s time to get ready to do it all over again next weekend!
Started calving season out strong with 3 heifer calves. Each out of one of the three AI sires I used this year; Bronc, Tahoe and Growth Fund! Can’t wait to see what the rest will bring!
Things might be a little cramped for me in the barn for a while, but these soon to be mommas need some room. We are ready any day to start calving some Angus calves!
Doing everything you can to improve conception is the key to raising quality cattle. Early conception leads to: higher weaning weights in calves; larger, more mature bulls at breeding time; and replacement females who are more likely to conceive early, which starts the whole cycle over again. Ultimately increasing the profitability of your farm. That is why it’s not even calving season at Ridge View Farms and we are already preparing for breeding season!!
Here is one of our two bulls who will be coming up for sale on March 27, 2021. He is a Connealy Legendary son out of a Connealy Consensus cow. Registration number AAA19783546. If you are looking for a calving ease(top 25%) sire that will obviously explode in size and muscle, not to mention great marbling(top 15%), this is the one. With EPDs in the top 30% in seven categories, he is a well rounded bull that will get the job done and make you money. Don’t miss him or any of the other excellent yearling bulls sell at the Blue Collar Bull Sale March 27th. Be sure to follow and like my page as well as the Blue Collar Bull Sale page to stay up to date with all the quality sires who will take your operation to the next level!!
Beautiful November day to roll up some corn stalks. 46 bales will be a nice supplement to hay feeding and make some good bedding!
Everyone knows what these rows mean... DONE!! Thanks to the good lord for another safe and prosperous year!
Finally got started on some beans this afternoon, now time to get some wheat in the ground!!
What better way to scout than while you are bushhoging. Beans have really took off with farms getting anywhere from 1.5” to 2.5” of rain last week. Corn is still looking good and seems to be pollinating decent. However, I don’t think it’s going to make the USDA estimated yield. Only time will tell if we get enough rain to fill pods and kernels!
Sunday morning crop scouting. 206-11vt2rib corn planted May 30th looking good, the rain it had two weeks ago got the N to the roots and it took off like crazy but could definitely use some rain coming into VT. 3617 beans planted on June 2nd, dark, green and bushy. Needing rain but still going strong!
Got 1st cutting hay wrapped up this evening, just to turn around and start 2nd cutting next week!
A super late night, an early morning and a lot of checking and sorting cows but we got all of the AI cows run through and bred! Now the hard part, waiting till next spring to see how this calf crop turns out!
That job’s done!!
Gettin some beans drilled right behind the new to me disk and chain harrow. rolls on!
Typical first day, 6 break downs and 2 rain showers, but I’m started. Now if it can quit raining we can get back at it in the morning!
Action packed Saturday! Hauled a load of hay to New Plymouth, finished spreading fertilizer on corn ground, got about half of the bean ground done and finished the day having our two heifers bred. Busy season has started!
Started out the 2020 calving season with a nice little heifer calf!
Some sunshine and a new drill really makes me wish it was planting season!
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