Hereford beef cattle for sale spring 2020: Bull, cows, heifers, feeders, calves

HOPKINTON, RI — Lots of live beef cattle to choose from at Russet Valley Farm, where we raise polled Herefords. The following are now for sale, and more are available, registered with American Hereford Association or unregistered.

Updating this page on March 30, 2020, to reflect sale of several bull and heifer calves — several born to sire Stan, also for sale. We’ll be adding photos of new cattle for sale ASAP.

See something you like or looking for something else? Call KEN at (401) 258-4281 for details, prices. (No texts, please.)

More photos on Facebook @russetvalley Farm and on Instagram.

Bull Stan
Registered RVF 340 ET Stan 235
DOB: 8/23/16
BW: 73 lbs
Sire: SULL TCC Mr. Custom Made 340 ET
Bull Stan
Registered RVF 340 ET Stan 235
DOB: 8/23/16
BW: 73 lbs
Sire: SULL TCC Mr. Custom Made 340 ET
Brittany (bred cow)
DOB: 8/18/17
BW: 72 lbs
Sire: RVF 0220 Ringo 216
Registered RVF 17 Y Maybell 209
DOB: 5/28/2014
BW: 79 lbs
Sire: TH22R16S Lambeau 17Y
SOLD: Sydney’s bull calf
DOB: 4/29/19
BW: 76 lbs
Sire: Stan (shown above)
SOLD: Bluebelle’s bull calf
DOB: 5/7/19
BW: 76 lbs
Sire: Stan (shown above)
SOLD: Lulabelle’s heifer calf
DOB: 6/27/19
BW: 74 lbs
Sire: Commercial
SOLD: Sandy’s bull calf
DOB: 4/3/19
BW: 78 lbs
Sire: RVF 208 Bruno 233
SOLD: Sophie’s bull calf
DOB: 5/29/19
BW: 65 lbs
Sire: Stan (shown above)

Our offerings


Russet Valley Farm, owned by the Panciera family,  has been raising Polled Hereford beef cattle for more than 40 years.

The former dairy farm, located in Hopkinton, R.I.,  is home to about 45 cows, bulls, heifers and calves.  Most are registered with the American Hereford Association.  They are bred on the farm with our bulls or through carefully selected AI bulls. They’re raised on mother’s milk and our pastures, then fed on hay primarily grown on our acres.  We know all the sources of their food,  the status of each’s health, and their nicknames.

We specialize in selling beef on the hoof, to buyers who may want to raise cows themselves, do breeding,  process them for beef for personal use or to sell through established markets.   It’s hard work, every day.

On this blog, we’ll post the latest cattle for sale,  share seasonal photos and feature occasional musings by this farmer’s daughter.  With so many family farms disappearing these days, we hope it makes you feel part of this precious landscape.