About White Rooster


White Rooster Cattle Company is committed to producing functional, massive, maternal driven cattle that thrive in the pasture and have enough look and power to thrive in the show ring. Since 1997 White Rooster Cattle his strived to produce modern productive cattle backed by proven predictable genetics. We believe that the power of a cow family can be traced directly to its females.

Owners Skyler and Taylor Jarman along with their sons are third and fourth generation cattle producers. Skyler was raised on a purebred Hereford cow-calf operation and his family still raise line-bred Mark Donald Hereford cattle in the Pacific Northwest. Skyler and Taylor both received Animal Science degrees from Colorado State University and were members of very competitive Livestock Judging Teams and enjoyed both team and individual success. Taylor continued her education with a Masters degree from Oklahoma State University.

We have worked hard to breed and maintain a herd of cattle based on proven powerful cow families. You will find a wealth of Ohlde, Griswold and Lupher genetics in our herd through bulls like Whiplash, Anchor, and Irish Whiskey. We believe we have a uniquely bred herd of cattle that offer a concentration of some great individuals.

Our expansion into the show pig business came very naturally with Taylors extensive background raising, showing and judging pigs. With the purchase of a few select high-quality individuals, we are excited to grow White Rooster Showpigs and offer the same high standard of good livestock.

We are excited about the future of White Rooster and are ready to help with any Show Steer, Show Heifer Herd Bull or Bred Female needs. We have bulls on feed and cattle for sale at all times. We are also excited to offer high-quality showpigs to the Pacific North West. Please feel free to give us a call and set up a time to come for a visit.

Thank you for your time and interest.

White Rooster Cattle Company

Skyler, Taylor, Thomas, Boyd, and baby Jarman (March 2018)


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