Lind Family Farms & TLC Livestock Services
We are a family with deep agricultural roots dating back to early 1950’s. We run a purebred Hereford and Red Angus operation located in Rushford, MN. We use cutting edge genetics through AI and Embryo technology to produce sound, functional cattle that will hang banners in the show ring as well perform in the pasture. Our family enjoys competing at regional and national shows to promote our seed stock operation.
Lind Family Farms is our Hereford division ran by Doug and Becky Lind along with their children. Doug was raised on a diversified livestock operation with a focus on registered Polled Herefords. He and his siblings grew up exhibiting cattle across the country in many junior and open shows. After college Doug was more involved in his swine operation and raising a family, so he was away from the cattle business for a short stint. In the late 2000’s Doug decided to make a move back into the Hereford business with ambitions to add a few top end donor cows to build a program around.
TLC Livestock Services is our Red Angus division ran by Colby & Tracy Lind and their children. Both Colby and Tracy grew up raising livestock and showing at all levels. Their move into the Red Angus breed was something different for both of them. They saw an opportunity to get into a breed they admired for being low maintenance, maternal cattle that were functional. In 2006 they purchased their first Red Angus heifer and from there selected females to add to the donor pen that not only were successful in the show ring but would fit the characteristics the breed was built on.
We have a great crew supporting us as well as God to thank for our many successes.
Selling in Denver!
It was a real hard decision to let this bred heifer go, but when Joe said he needed a damn good bred for the Denver sale we decided to open the gate and send our best one. Danica has always been a standout in and out of the ring and with her pedigree we weren’t surprised. Her dam was reserve division at Jr. Nationals and Hometown needs no introduction. We love her added look and balance in addition to her stoutness and maternal cow power. The last Hometown we sold in Denver ended up in Buck’s donor pen and we think this one is as good or better. Take advantage of this opportunity to own a female with unlimited potential. Imagine the possibilities of her calf sired by our lead herd sire JDH Cracker 26C who was a crowd favorite and our pick of the entire Delaney offering. We are in love with his ability to add hip shape, bone squareness and look. Retaining the right to 2 successful flushes (min 6 embryos) at the sellers expense and the buyers convenience.