Hereford Breed: The first hogs known as Herefords originated on the farm of R.U. Webber of La Plata, Missouri. Mr. Webber was said to have made his first crosses in about 1902, and these ultimately involved several breeds.
Barn quilt located at 1895 Road 2500 (1 mile west and 2 miles south) Lawrence, NE at the farm of Joe and Frances Brockman. The squares represent our GREAT United States of America; the crops that we raise: milo, corn, wheat and harvested by a RED tractor; Polled Hereford cattle and the LOVE between us (Joe and Frances) and God...just need to paint the upright posts!
Cow and Calf , a tender moment that will not last long as the calves are taken away. Cows milk never goes to their babies as its kept for sale to humans only. Calves never get cow milk. If the calf is male it will be sent to a veal crate or slaughtered and if it is female it will be inseminated to produce milk for a few cycles and then slaughtered for meat.