The females that are either breeding stock or have made the cut for The Donor Pen have the same careful selection Process.  If they don't meet the high standards of our PPI programs, they are culled.  We look for exceptional!



SaddleRiver Ranch LLC is owned by Dr. Stephen and Cathy Conner.  The headquarters office is 10608 E. Memorial Road, Jones, OK .  The goal of the ranch is to provide the highest quality seed stock with Provable Power, Production and Presence.

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Solid, Consistent Feed and Health Program

If you would like to reduce calving difficulty, providing proper nutrician will definitely help. Did you know that according to the Noble Foundation research a bred heifer's body condition should be a 6!   Also Inadequate nutrition in the last 2/3 rds of gestation can decrease muscling and marbling potential. Other complications reported from inadequate nutrition during gestation include increased  abortions, decreased birthweight and increased sickness.. Read more 

  • Production
  • Phenotype
  • Efficiency
  • Fertility
  • Docility
  • Udders
  • Feet/Legs

Our Cattle:

 Our genetic selection for donors and sires is re-evaluated with each new crop of calves.  

Our herd additions and replacements are expected to keep pace with the rest of the herd.  If their breeding times or their condition scores vary from the strong results of the herd, the heifer calves are culled.  The bulls are culled by phenotype imperfections on the first look at weaning.  As they develop, if they deviate from our expected results of growth and gain, we cull again before the final product of breeding bulls and replacement heifers are presented to our customers.

"Deep Running Genetics"

Visits to the ranch are always welcome.  Our seed stock is something we are very proud of and by seeing the females, it helps you make the right choices for you in the Bulls also.




If you would like to reduce calving difficulty, providing proper nutrician will definitely help. 
Did you know that according to the Noble Foundation research a bred heifer's body condition should be a 6!  

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