This tract of land sits adjoining one of the William Penn land grant lines. It was divided off into a smaller parcel of land for the family to raise crops to feed their livestock and feed their family. In the 1960's the property was sold to the Malots. In the late 1980's this tract of land was utilized by the next generation to raise some row crops and then rented out. In 1992 the conversion of the farm started with planting fence posts for a grazing system instead of crops.
Feeder cattle were purchased and backgrounded on the pastures and sold in the fall to beef producers that feed cattle to their final harvest weight. In the late 1990's we started to grow a brood cow herd. The herd started out with Angus Limosuin cross cattle and then switched to Angus Shorthorn cross cattle with a few purebred/registered Shorthorn Cows.
Their are 45 head of brood cows on the farm that calve in March, April, and May. These calves are weaned in the fall and backgrounded to prepare them for entering the feedlot to grow to their final weight.