Ranch Goals

Our goal for the past 47 years for our registered Hereford cattle has been high fertility and calving ease with as much milk and growth that our environment will permit. We also select heavily for good tight udders, small teats, pigment, good feet and legs and structural soundness. Our purebreds have stayed middle of the road with a lot of volume and thickness. Performance and feed efficiency is very important in our selection process as proven with our success at Snyder's 21st Century Bull test. The purbred cows and calves learn to travel in the rough Forrest Service and BLM mountainous country. Bell Ranch emphasize on a problem free herd and demands of the commercial market. We are currently running about 110 registered females. The principal bloodlines are BRL Call 100L, KCF Bennett 3008 M326, DR World Class 517 10H, R&R Prime Cut 6378, DJB New Era 214, R&R 774 Domino 009K, TH 122 Victor 719T, Boyd Worldwide 9050 and THM Durango 4037.

2012 is the worst drought in Paradise Valley's history. We have had two inches of total precipitation with no irrigated pasture. This proves once again the great worth of Bell registered Hereford Cattle.

2011 Heifer Calves
Sired by: CRR 719 Tulo 928, TH 122 711 Victor 719T, & R&R M326 Bennett 009K 9215