From the beginning our cows have had to work.  Failure to do so is referred to as a McDonalds attack. Our experience in the beef industry is built on years of stockering calves, maintaining a commercial herd, day work for commercial producers, and livestock market employment while developing our purebred Angus herd.  We’ve had three other purebred breeds along the way. By using embryo transfer, keeping good records and applying tough selection pressure, we have produced a herd of Angus Cattle that contribute greatly to the American beef industry and the beef eating enjoyment of many.

Callaway’s Lass C1600

Reg# 16380391

Lemmon Pleasant Pride X4

Reg.# 16857187

Lemmon Jilt S214  

Reg # 15485863

This Georgia National Heifer Show Grand Champion produces the right kind of females and bulls. Most recently she produced the high selling Angus bull at the Northwest Georgia Bull Test.

Lemmon Pleasant Pride S255

Reg # 15479683

This daughter of H1 is also a full sister to two A.I. stud bulls, Lemmon Newsline C804 and BR New Frontier 095.

White Fence Pride H1,  Foundation donor cow, deceased

Reg # 13084555

This donor, valued at $100,000, is the dam of Lemmon Newsline C804, BR New Frontier 095 and Lemmon Pleasant Pride S255. She is the complete Angus cow.

Lemmon Blackbird 3287 (Pretty Woman),  Foundation donor cow, deceased

Reg # 12713430

A previous Grand Champion Cow/Calf Pair at the All-American Angus Futurity, Pretty Woman has established herself as a top producing Angus female.