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306 S Main Street
Evergreen, Al 36401
I’m 10 years old and have always had a love for cows especially Brahmans. When I grow up my goal is to help grow the Brahman breed in Southern Alabama
We are a small operation in north/central Alabama. We are committed to producing the best possible Polled genetics available in this developing market through selective breeding with emphasis on improving measurable beef cattle traits commonly viewed as shortcomings within the breed.
We are a small operation focusing on quality over quantity. Our aim is to breed the highest quality genetics possible, focusing on gentle, structurally correct, muscular cattle.
We are a small operation that's focused on breeding gentle cattle with some of the best genetics
50 County Road 354
Trinity, AL 35673
We are a commercial F-1 breeder just getting started in the Registered grey and red Brahman seed stock industry. We know that Brahman cattle are special and can offer so much “extras” to a herd.
We have a wide variety of cattle. But the Brahman has our hearts. We love to instill the farm life in the youth in our community, encourage and teach the importance of the farming industry to our children and others. Is there any other way of life?
Started with one nice red bull....then had to find him some girlfriends. Well it was just going to be a few and in two short years we're up to 11 head with a goal to raise polled Brahman Cattle.
269 Spurgeon Road
Russellville, AL 35654
We started our family farm in 2018. It consists of Brahman and Black Angus. We hope in the future this will be something our children and grandchildren will love and carry on.
457 County Rd 30
Slocomb, AL 36375
T4 Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch, raising top quality purebred commercial grey Brahman in Geneva County, Alabama. Jeremy and Regina Tolbert's love for the Brahman breed led them to start T4 Ranch in 2022. Along with their two children, Jackson and Reagan, the Tolbert family strives to maintain excellence by a quality breeding program and intensive cattle management practices.