Hereford cattle grazing along an electric fence

History of the Farm

Now on its sixth generation as a family farm, Weber Rose Farms began on a piece of land acquired in the

mid-1800s. What began as a simple homestead has since seen centuries of change and growth as new generations took charge and additional land was added to the original plot. The farm became a home to dairy cattle and chickens during the Great Depression, in addition to growing small gardens. It later transitioned into a commercial beef cattle operation and has seen a wide variety of cattle breeds including Angus, Charolais, and a variety of crossbreds, eventually landing on raising the docile Herefords and becoming registered polled Hereford breeders.