Florida Cracker Cattle are one of the oldest and rarest breeds in United States. They are descended from Spanish stock imported to this continent in the16th century by the Spanish Conquistadors. The Florida Cracker breed developed right here in the state of Florida. They are a small, horned breed that quickly adapted to the Florida landscape and have long been prized for their resistance to parasites and other hardy traits. They weigh generally under 900 pounds with gorgeous hides that come in a variety of colors.
Not all our clients seek to purchase registered stock but
still desire small, hardy & docile cattle for their property. For those
interested in commercial stock, we are proud to offer our original
crossbred CRACKERFORD cattle. We cover our Registered
Miniature Hereford bulls with our Florida Cracker cows.
Most of the offspring resemble Hereford cattle but sometimes we
get calves that look more like crackers with colorful, speckled and
brindle hides. They maintain the size and docile temperament of the
Hereford but have the hardy stamina of the Florida Cracker.
Crackerfords have become very popular so check out the Photo
Gallery to see what all the fuss is about.