The Forman Family
Ours is a family operation just like so many of yours. Currently we have 3 generations that plan and work side by side on a daily basis. Although the cattle are our true passion, we also raise high quality Kittitas Valley Timothy and Alfalfa hay that is exported throughout the Pacific Rim. Today with Mike and Paulette at the helm, Robb and Debbie and their 4 grown children also share in the experience that is Trinity Farms. Our goal is to build a sustainable family business that will continue to provide our customers with the superior product and experience for which we have come to be known.
Trinity Farms is located in the beautiful Kittitas Valley in the center of Washington State. This area has been a popular valley for cattle dating back to the late 1800s when tens of thousands of cattle where summered and driven through here en route to the mines in British Columbia and later to the Puget Sound region. With a fairly mild winter climate and a fantastic grass season suited to cool season varieties, the Kittitas Valley is a fantastic area for yearling and cow/calf operations.
The genetic focus at Trinity Farms is largely centered around our ever increasingly popular SimAngus program, one of the largest SimAngus seedstock nurseries found on the West Coast. With each generation we are creating a continuously improved genetic option for our commercial bull buyers, but the real hidden value is in the extremely unique and productive cowherd. While we are huge fans of direct heterosis and all that it offers, we are most excited when our customers begin retaining heifers sired by bulls they are sourcing here; the maternal heterosis captured coupled with the quality improvement they begin to see in their cowherd is very real and rewarding.
Thanks for taking time to peruse our site, we hope that it has been informational and has perhaps even offered some education. As always we welcome your calls or visits anytime and would love to talk to you about the tremendous value of crossbreeding with Trinity Farms.