RH-60 bull of Merritt Farm, is the sire of the 2010 fall calves in Florida
For sale in late fall:
  Weaned heifers, bulls and steers for grass fed operations
A selection of open and bred cows and bulls available intermittently
Please advise if you would like to be added to our contact list to be notified when we have South Polls available for sale.

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Cliff or Kay (850) 535-9059





Holiday 18614
Registered yearling bull "Holiday 18614", DOB 3/31/14.  Currently located in Springfield, Missouri.  Excellent DNA profile.  $3000
Bona Fide #9405 is slick-haired and very docile.  9405 has all the trait attributes that should make him a true breed-impact sire.  He is a true bull with power and lots of muscle definition, moderation of frame, good feet and legs,  depth of rib that carries through the flank and width of back from shoulders through his rear legs.

We expect him to have leading carcass traits but also be a calving ease bull due to his 60 pound birth weight.  We strongly believe  he is on his way to becoming a standout and major herd sire in the breed.  His calves are excellent and expect his sons and daughters to be in high demand.

​Semen available $30 per straw, plus shipping
Bona Fide
Chief M480
Chief #M480 was our first herd sire.  After 3 years of breeding cows, he was sold.  In 2011 we searched and found him to be alive in north Georgia.  After re-purchasing him, we had semen collected on Chief and brought him back home where he has been breeding cows since May 2011.  He was honored as a breed leader in 2011 by the South Poll Board of Directors.
Cheif sires slick-haired calves and puts beautiful udders on his daughters.
M480 has sired some of the best females in the South Poll breed.
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Herd reduction sale
October 10, 2015
6:00 PM
Springfield, MO
Livestock Marketing Center
Visit www.southpollsforsale.com

Romeo 0428
"Romeo" 0428 was a very special bull.  His dam was purchased out of a field full of weaned heifers.  Before we could take delivery of her, we were informed she had calved at 14 months of age, meaning she was bred at 5 months old.  Romeo was her calf from this unexpected mating.  As just a baby herself, she raised this extraordinary bull.  Romeo has produced many excellent cows and bulls, the type we need for grass genetics.
 Previous herd sires
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