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Home LEA-White Farms Registered Highland Cattle Charlotte, Michigan More Home Photos Sales Cattle for Sale 2013 Heifers for sale 2012 Heifers for sale 2011 Heifers Previously Sold Bulls for Sale Semen Sales LEA Haaken Sunset Rebel Yell DH Montgomery LEA Raleigh GOF Ralph Pitcher Mtn MacTavish Weatherhill Donald Ruadh Flathead's Glen Moray Herd sires not collected Hayfeeders Herd Health Articles Preserving the Breed Rules for Healthy Cattle Keep Show Stock Healthy Body Condition Bull Management Calving Season Normal Calving Calving Difficuty When to Get Help Calf Aid Hypothermia Calves That Won't Nurse Calf Scours Prevention of Scours Castration Dehorning Highland Cattl Feed Requirements Winter Feeding Adequate Feed Availability Grain Overload/ Acidosis Marketing your Cattle Manipulating Heat Preconditioning Selection Shelter Cattle Diseases Biosecurity Bloat Bovine Viral Diarrhea Brucellosis Coccidiosis Fly Strike and Maggots Footrot Founder in Cattle Leptospirosis Mastitis Parasites Tetanus and Blackleg The Show Ring Show Successes 2012 Results Show Ground Etiquette Location Links Blog Handle Highlands Safely Denver 2013 Denver 2015 Contact Us 2016 Heifers for Sale NEW Website!!!! I am rebuilding our website on a different server. The new site has some more dramatic photo effects and slide show presentations available that we feel helps better showcase our farm and cattle. Unfortunately, I can't just transfer the web address to our new site without leaving a tremendous number of pages that have been searched on Google over the years with a giant "sorry, this page was not found." To combat that potential problem, the new site has been given a new domain name. Please check out www.leawhitehighlandcattle.com . I have the "Semen for Sale" section almost completed; I have many more photos of the bulls and their offspring. The following link will take you to the Index Page for Semen. I also have a nice set of photos of our 2015 heifer calves here. My articles will all ultimately be available at the new site as well. I have a handful of them already rebuilt. The new domain also has a mobile site; it is not quite as neat in appearance as this mobile site, but I find that it is far friendlier for reading the various articles that I have written on a cell phone. Denver 2015 Nice!!!! New entries on our sale pages including a new addition to our semen sales with the introduction of LEA Haaken. Haaken outdid himself at Denver this year. No, he didn't show, but his offspring represented him extremely well. His first calf crop for Skye High Farms has more than proven the value of this tremendous young sire. Below are pictured 2 junior bull calves, both sired by Haaken, about to be named Champion and Reserve Champion in a huge division. Skye High Convoy (red) went on to Division Champion and tied for High Selling Bull at the Annual Highland Sale. See more of Haaken and his offspring here. See more of Denver 2015 here. Denver 2013 WOW!!! Neither of us ever dreamed this was possible, but did we ever have a great show out at the National Western this year. See more at our Denver Show and Sale Page. Welcome LEA-White Farms is located on 300+ rolling acres in Charlotte Michigan. We have had registered Highland cattle since 1983. Except for the few exceptional cattle that we bring in from other breeders, our stock are born and raised on our farm. We produce our own feed, so we know exactly what and when our cows have been fed. We raise our animals humanely and believe we have an obligation to take good care of our charges. While we expect our cattle to work for us, we also expect to provide the very best care for them that we physically and economically can. For their part, our cows have taken good care of us, providing us with food on the table, an income, and the pleasure of meeting so many new friends with an interest in this historic breed. We have a lot of different and exciting things on this website. There is an extensive collection of cattle health related articles, most of them previously printed in the quarterly magazine of the American Highland Cattle Association, and written by Pat White, DVM, the "White" in LEA-White Farms. We have a large herd, and offer some truly outstanding animals for sale. We also have semen available from 7 outstanding Highland bulls from totally different bloodlines. We also offer for sale custom built hay feeders that are heavy duty and work for horned cattle The farm photographs are all original and taken by Pat, unless otherwise noted. Show and sale photos are either taken by friends, official photographers or unofficial photographers, and used with permission. About us The "us" in LEA-White Farms is Larry E. Alber (thus the "LEA" ) and Patricia A. White. We have lived on our farm in Charlotte, Michigan, since 1977, with our first Highland cattle purchased in 1983. We started out with 2 heifer calves, and it doesn't seem like we have looked back since. Larry's love has always been in farming, although not necessarily in raising stock. The addition of livestock to the farm was basically Pat's doing. We started first with a collection of horses that rarely got ridden, and decided to replace most of those with something that we considered a tad more practical. Highland cattle were a natural addition. They added beauty, practicality, and were so unusual that they attracted a great deal of attention. These assets hold true today. What sets us apart from others selling Highland cattle? 29 years of experience raising cattle is a good start, but we have 29 years of experience raising registered Highland cattle. We joined the American Highland Cattle Association when we bought our first 2 heifers in 1983, and have been active members ever since. Pat and Larry have both served as members of the Board of Directors, and Pat writes articles for the quarterly magazine, The Bagpipe, virtually every issue; usually related to Highland cattle health, but occasionally opinion pieces as well. We have been members of the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy since about the same time, (we joined when it was called The American Minor Breeds Conservancy) and we (or should I say, one of our animals) participated in the first Rare Breed displays hosted by The ALBC at the St. Joseph County Grange Fair about 1987 or 1988. We are also members of the Canadian Highland Cattle Society and participate in as many of their activities as our schedule allows, which means we might get to the AGM every other year or so. While Larry has been retired from his “day” job since 1997, he went from being a full-time employed worker with a farm to being a full time farmer. We have always worked the farm ourselves; the only help being occasional students to help with haying or when I need help showing the cattle. We grow our hay, we cut and bale our hay, and we feed our hay. We are both intimately involved with the day to day care of the cattle. Pat’s love is the cattle, which is understandable...

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