Trinity Farms

(509) 968-4800    trinity@fairpoint.net

Customer Success Stories

For nearly two decades we have been purchasing cattle herd genetics from the Forman Family. Throughout that time we have benefited from structurally sound cattle that have low birth weights and hit the ground running. Our rate of gain performance and overall carcass traits are among the highest in the industry while our mortality rate remains low. Due to the consistency and evenness of the herd we retain 100% of the calf crop through the feed yard stage working over the past 5 years to improve the end product. Our Dads have always said “take care of the cattle and they will take care of you” and one of the ways we accomplish this is through high quality Trinity Farms genetics.

— The Cobb Family


We have purchased over 80 bulls in the past few years at Trinity Farms and really like the quality and consistency that we find there. They adapt as well as any bulls we have ever bought, especially the higher percentage Angus bulls. The ranch is 350,000 acres and runs from the Mojave Desert to the Sierra Nevada Mountains which allows for some very challenging terrain. We feel we can come to Ellensburg, WA and buy higher quality bulls for our money than anywhere else we have found. Trinity bulls provide great value for the commercial cattleman.

— Richard Rudnick, Bakersfield, CA


I have been buying bulls from Trinity Farms for 6 or 7 years now and have been having really good luck with them. I have been buying different ET bulls to increase the uniformity in my calves and especially the replacement heifers. I will usually stay with the same bloodline for 3 years or so, then switch to the new bloodlines that Trinity Farms has. The bulls have held up for me very well which is important as my range is not green and lush throughout the summer and the bulls must have good feet and be structurally sound or I may never find them again.

— Bill Sieverkropp, Ephrata, WA


We have been buying bulls at Trinity Farms for 8 years now and are approaching 50 total bulls purchased. Since using their bulls our calving ease has improved while still maintaining the performance in our calves. Three years ago we started buying SimAngus bulls in addition to the Angus bulls we have been sourcing and are finding that our calves have noticeably more top and muscle in them than when we were running just straight black bulls. Our replacement heifer pen has improved dramatically, not only from a quality standpoint but also in terms of disposition. Due to the success we have experienced with the insertion of SimAngus into our program, we decided to A.I. our replacement heifers to a SimAngus bull last spring and anxiously await their calves.

— Stingley Ranch, Ellensburg, WA