The Dexter breed are descended from the mountain cattle of Ireland and the Kerry and Dexter Cattle Society was founded in 1892. The first herd book was the Royal Dublin Society’s Volume I of 1890 and the first one published by the English Kerry & Dexter Cattle Society was Volume I in 1900.
There are two recognized types – short-legged and non short, they can be black, red or dun coated and be horned or naturally polled.
Welcome to our Website for Euchee Creek Farm
Our upcoming new herd sire
Little Hoof Twister
Sire: Little Hoof Archie's Champ
Dam: Little Hoof Stormey
Twister is such a calm easy going young bull. Very impressed with him so far.
He is a Wild Red Homozygous Polled A2A2 Dexter that this picture just does not
do him justice. Can hardley wait for his calves
More pictures of Jupiter and one of his Dam
Our past herd sire s Euchee Creek's Red Avery
non chondro non pha
ee does not carry dun
He is a block and hope to see his influence on our future calves with his
short legs and super laid back disposition. His first day in halter he was leading and acting like he was born with a halter on.
Will also be AI-ing to Euchee Creek's Red Sonny on heifer's related to our Avery. It is going to be an exciting year here at Euchee Creek!
Euchee Creek's Red Aedan He is growing into an impressive young bull that has added his remarkable growth and thickness to our calves. His 2017 calf crop was
remarkable. Aedan has been sold and is moving to Michigan to live at the farm of Frank Welling. We are looking forward to 2018 calves from Aedan and hope Frank has a great crop of calves from Aedan.
Belle Fourche Washington had been our herd sire since 2009 and has given us some wonderful easy going beefy babies including the young bull below Euchee Creek's Red Sonny. Sonny was the sire for our 2016 calves and has gone to live at Moosters Meadows in Wyoming. We do have semen from Sonny for sale.