Wheeling, MO 64688
Phone: (573) 840-0480
Web Site: Gladhourfarm.com
Gladhour Farm is located in the gently rolling rich farmland of north Missouri. It is a family farm, in the same family since the 1800s.
The farming plan is sustainable agriculture: row crops are certified organic; veal and beef are raised naturally on cow's milk and forage with no added hormones or subtherapeutic antibiotics; and heritage breeds (Irish Dexter cattle and Babydoll Southdown sheep) are raised for breeding stock and enjoyment. In addition, historical landmarks, roadways, equipment, buildings, and plants are valued to give visitors glimpses of times gone by and lifestyles which have something worthwhile to offer us today by way of balance and learning. The farm is located on a stagecoach line and is cut by Old #8 Pike's Peak Ocean to Ocean Highway, first transcontinental "highway."
Animals for sale:
Gentle, pettable bulls usually for sale. Can add females to a package. If you want a female halter-trained there is no extra charge if you have a non-refundable deposit on a specific one in my hands before she is weaned.
Semen available for Gladhour Lenny P (polled black, carrying red and dun, aAa 612) at $25 per straw.
Click here to see our Animal Listings (2).
Grassfed-only Dexter and Dexter-cross beef available. Whole animals sold live (call in for quarter, half, or whole waiting list) and you pay local custom processor.