Windemere Farm    Central Wisconsin                                  Member 2017
 
 
Anne & John Proctor
Windemere Farm
3960 County Road HO, Junction City, WI  54443
 
715-457-6748
 
 

Windemere Farm is located in central Wisconsin and is home to about 25 head of registered Highland cattle. Our adventures with Highlands actually started in 1984 on Anne’s family’s farm (the original Windemere Farm) in northern Vermont. In 2008, we decided to begin our own fold here in Wisconsin. We have purchased quality cattle to build a strong foundation and breed exclusively by AI which allows us to practice selective breeding. We are proud to have bred and exhibited Windemere Youbetcha, the Grand Champion Female at the 2012 NCHCA show, and Windemere Alibi who was selected as the Junior Show Grand Champion Female and the Reserve Champion Junior Heifer Calf at the 2013 National Western Stock Show.  We can't wait to see what the future brings!

Our goal is to raise quality cattle that are competitive in the show ring and produce excellent quality beef. We do have cattle for sale and will help you select those that are the best fit for your farm whether you are adding to your fold or are just getting started. Visitors are welcome – we love to talk about Highlands and introduce people to our girls.
 
 

Please visit our Website at  www.windemerehighlands.com

 



 

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Vermont Member Wins Award

Congratulations to Shat-Acres and Greenfield Highland Beef,  named VT SBA Family-Owned Small Business of the Year!

Adrian "EZ" Braun

Please see EZ' farm page for his obituary here.

 



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Photos from AHCA Convention & MAHA Show

Tim Will has again shared his great candid and posed photos from the MAHA Show and the AHCA Convention.

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Illegally moved cattle now being traced for TB.

Michigan is  battling Bovine TB in its just recently established TB Free Zone.  Cattle shipped illegally may once again cause other states to enact tighter restrictions on Michigan cattle moving into their state.  Read why following the law is important .  Find the Link to the Article Here.

Midwest Cattle Excel at MAHA Spring Classic

Midwest breeders top another show. Pictures and  More at NEWS.

Osceola Classic Results

Big wins for Dundonald Farm with Grand Champion Bull and Grand Champion Cow/calf and Osceola Highlands with Grand Champion Female.  Pictures and More at NEWS.  Also see the Junior Page for more photos.

Dave Ulrich Remembered

Dave Ulrich, long-time Highland cattle owner, passed away on May 5, 2013.  Those of us who knew Dave will remember his perpetual enthusiasm and his great smile that always seemed to greet us. He was an extremely generous supporter of the Midwest Junior Highland Cattle Association.  Please read his complete obituary, and leave condolences here

Apricot Lane Farm video includes Highland cattle.

Apricot Lane Farm in California was featured as a video short on Oprah's Super Soul Sunday March 24th. The filming is lovely, and the video includes shots of both TwinFlower Wesley, Grand Champion Bull at the 2011 NWSS and LEA Firefly, both purchased from Midwest members at the National Sale in 2011.

See the video here.