01 | ASM 701E Berry 972G
Calved: April 17, 2019 Selling in the Ohio Beef Expo
Cattle available for private treaty sale. Contact us for details.
ET calves arriving in fall 2020 by NJW 12A 109Z Hudson 68F ET.
Calves arriving in 2020 by NJW 73S W18 Homegrown 8Y ET,
and UPS Sensation 2504 ET.
Ontime had a phenomenal show season in 2019.
He is flawless in his structure, soft middled, thick and heavy muscled with an awesome set of EPDs to compliment his eye appealing phenotype.
• Grand Champion Bull, 2019 Ohio State Fair
• Grand Champion Bull, 2019 West Virginia State Fair
• Grand Champion Bull, 2019 SOPHA District Show
• Reserve Division Champion, 2019 Keystone International Livestock Exposition
Carlee was Senior Division Champion at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition, Grand Champion female at the Ohio Futurity, and Supreme Champion at the SOPHA District Show. She is a powerful, deep bodied, elegant patterned donor dam and foundation female for our herd.See more photos »
Candice was a class winner in successive years at the West Virginia State Fair. She was the Reserve Grand Champion Female at the West Virginia State Fair, and Reserve Division Champion at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition. A flushmate to Carlee, Candice is deep cherry red, pigmented, and possesses the phenotypical and genetic attributes making her an elite donor dam.See more photos »
Grace was undefeated during the 2019 show season in the cow/calf division with her first calf UHF 6602 Alexandra U03G. The pair were awarded Grand Champion Cow/Calf at the Ohio State Fair, West Virginia State Fair, SOPHA District Show, and Keystone International Livestock Exposition. She is feminine with a beautiful udder, sound in structure, and highly maternal. Future donor cow.See more photos »
The farm operation began in 1951 when Ralph and Vera purchased their first registered polled hereford cattle from C.A. Keith from Harrisville, West Virginia. Later they obtained cattle from Homer Gant of Summerfield, Ohio, and Clyde Banbury of Danville, Ohio. The couple operated three farms consisting of 225 acres. While building and improving the herd, Ralph continued to work in the school system. Over 33 years, he worked as a classroom teacher, coach, and a school administrator.
Ralph was active in various cattle organizations, serving two terms on the board of the Buckeye Hereford Association, including one year as president. Ralph passed away in 2007. Today, the farm continues to operate under the guidance of Larry and Keith.
Showing polled hereford cattle has been part of our operation for more than 50 years. Over the past 20 years, we have done particularly well in the show arena. Our many awards include champions at the Ohio State Fair, West Virginia State Fair, NAILE, KILE, Eastern National Livestock Show, and the Ohio Futurity. In recent years, we have won Premier Breeder, Premier Exhibitor, and Herdman Awards while exhibiting numerous state fair and national winners.
Ralph E. Ullman & Son Polled Herefords is located in Graysville, Ohio. The farm is appoximately 40 miles north of Marietta, and 10 miles south of Woodsfield, Ohio, along State Route 26. Visitors always welcome!