Wisteria Farms raises purebred Murray Grey Cattle. Our primary FUNCTION is to bring you the very
best seedstock available but our primary GOAL is to bring you the knowledge and mentorship needed to build your own fine herd of Murray Greys!
There's a reason the Golden Retriever has earned its place as the perfect family dog, just as there's a reason why the Murray Grey has earned its place as the perfect family cow. The Murray Grey's outstanding, "easy going" nature allows it to be less prone to stress which translates into profit by way of increased gains and decreased vet bills (sickness). Their temperment makes them wonderful to work...they are very accepting and trusting of the cattleman who works his herd with a gentle hand.
Our entire herd has been tested using Pfizer’s GeneStar MVP and we test all new calves annually after fall vaccinations. See below to understand why we feel this is a necessary step in bringing you our best!
Through the use of DNA, we learn which animals are GENETICALLY superior based on Tenderness, Marbling and Feed Efficiency.
As the Secretary/Treasurer of the MGIA, I invite you to see for yourself the wonderful advantages of being a member of a Full Service registry with low Membership/Registration fees. The breeders at MGIA have a strong foundation in the production of “Commercial” cattle as well as
a commitment to breed excellence and maintaining the historic breed
characteristics that Murray Greys are known for!
Visit the Murray Grey International Association at
www.murraygrey.org by clicking here......
Murray Grey cows are known for their calving ease and their offspring
"hit the ground running". The cows longevity also adds to her value within your herd as she will often times still be producing calves late into her teens.
Most heifers calve effortlessly with no assistance needed.
While we often marvel and admire the breeder of Longhorn cattle , we sure don’t care to manage even ONE! Not a worry with Murray Greys,
there are no horns, ever! When crossing with horned cattle, they are said to take the horns off 90% of the time.