Triple C Black Herefords is a family operation located in the northwest corner of Alabama. Our farm is located just outside of Florence in the small town of Killen, Alabama. We are two hours south west of Nashville, Tennessee, two hours north of Birmingham, Alabama and an hour west of Huntsville, Alabama. Our farm consists of three parcels totaling about 225 acres of Fescue based pastures.
We have been in the beef cattle business for 15 years and a member of the American Black Hereford Association for 6 years. I have been fortunate enough to serve on the American Black Hereford Association Board of Directors for 2 years and am currently the treasurer of the Association. I thoroughly enjoy giving my volunteer time to a breed that I feel has tremendous potential within the cattle industry. We are also a member of the American Hereford Association.
Our brood cows consist of 50 of the highest quality of Black Herefords that we have worked diligently to put together. We feel these females are sound, stout made, eye appealing cattle that will produce pounds of beef and serve as excellent mothers. Alongside our registered Black Herefords we have 25 registered Hereford cows that mirror the same high quality cattle. We use these cows as our base for producing outcross genetic Black Herefords.
Here at Triple C our main focus is to produce exceptional females that are sound from the ground up, big bodied, stout made and that are heavy milkers. We have designed these cows to work on every operation whether it is a seed stock Black Hereford operation or a commercial operation.
When producing bulls our goal is to produce bulls that will have growth and performance as well eye appeal for commercial and purebred breeders alike. We grow our bulls with condition and longevity in mind to provide years of production for our customers.
We have a constant supply of high quality breeding prospects for sale and viewing. Give us a call or stop by to visit and talk more about our cattle and ways that we can help you to make your operation more profitable.
Austin Cole, Farm Manager, 270-282-1728