Hillingdon Ranch operates under a range management system that matches the number and types of livestock with the land’s ability to produce forage. The result is high quality products and a healthy, thriving landscape. The country is harsh and demanding, loaded with limestone and often plagued with drought.
The Hillingdon landscape consists of brush, forbs, and weeds. All of these plants have a purpose if you have the right animals to use them. All livestock is selected for adaptability. If they cannot adapt, they are culled.
Registered Angus cattle, Fine Wool sheep, and Angora goats graze the hills of Hillingdon Ranch. This type of animal mix allows for use of forage that would be useless because of different animal diet preferences. This also creates less stress on the vegetation. We breed for a dual purpose animal; one that is adapted to this country and yet still produces the best product possible.