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Simmental Show Cattle

Great Question, 

Turner Simmentals is locally owned and operated by Scotty and Susan Turner.

Scotty is a native to Oklahoma and raised on a ranch. Turner Simmentals is the result of hard work and dedication to the process of old know how and modern science that offers the finest pick of cattle.

Indeed there are!  Vitamin b12 can only be found in animal foods such as beef, riboflavin, niacin, iron and zinc are also included.

One cowhide can produce enough leather to make 20 footballs, 18 soccer balls, 18 volleyballs, and 12 basketballs.

NFL footballs are made of cowhide, about 3,000 cowhides are required to make footballs for one season.

No, in fact, the hooves of cattle aerate the soil when the walk on it, allowing more oxygen to enter the soil and helping the grass grow better.  Grazing cattle also press grass seed into the soil and fertilize it with their manure. hooves of cattle aerate the soil when the walk on it, allowing more oxygen to enter the soil and helping the grass grow better.  Grazing cattle also press grass seed into the soil and fertilize it with their manure.

Yes, known as the "Black Bull" this is considered the finest design ever seen on a US stamp, appearing on the 1898 trans-Mississippi issue.

In natural circumstances, cattle can live 25 years or more.

People who raise cattle usually have one bull for every 25 cows. During the breeding season, the bulls are placed in a pasture with heifers and cows.


Mostly in the spring-March, April and May, with a few in the fall.

Historians tell us the first settlers from Europe brought cattle when they arrived in Jamestown 1677.

Simmentals started out by the Simme river in Switzerland. They were sought after for beef and milk production.

We are centrally located in Tuttle, Oklahoma, a short drive Southwest of Oklahoma City.

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