Polled Hereford Cattle Sales and Services

The Flying G Ranch has been raising quality Polled Herefords since the late 1920s. As one of the oldest Polled Hereford operations still under continuous operation, we feel it is our duty to carry on the traditions started by my parents, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Campbell bought her first cattle after seeing Polled Herefords at a livestock show in Texas as a young girl, living in Anadarko, Oklahoma. The ranch was established in Sand Springs, Oklahoma in 1932 after moving here for Mr. Campbell to find work as the Great Depression was taking hold.

If you knew them, you would know my parents as hard working, honest, and true characters. Each had a distinct personality that set them apart from everyone else. They, like their cattle made no pretenses: ready to work, no frills, no fads, no gimmicks. They bred their cattle to have quality of mind and disposition, and quantity of muscle and frame.

We have from the beginning strived to raise well muscled, sound, superior milking, gentle, polled cattle.

We have quality breeding stock for sale the year round. We offer herd bull prospects, bred and open heifers. We occasionally purchase cows and heifers to compliment our herd.

Please contact Lotsee to schedule a time to see the cattle.

Herd Bulls

Our herd bull battery is awesome: muscled hind quarters; long, thick bodies; heavy boned frames; gentle dispositions; and their female progeny will milk.

HVH Hudson 701 37K

JMS Victor 892 209

SHF Nashville 634E N102

The Newest Additions to our herd bull battery:

  • STAR MCS 51M Boulder 8S
  • JMS Victor 340 672
  • FGR Salton Hudson S27

Cow Herd

Our cow herd primarily consists of Victor, Butler, and Buckeye bloodlines. We have several Star Lake cows and some from Red Hills. We also have a couple of Online daughters who are starting to produce for us.

Reference Sires:

  • B Beau Lamp 120
  • KM Mainforce 216
  • DR P183 Pawnee 815W
  • JTJ Buckshot 7B
  • OSU Tradition 801B
  • OSU Baltic 9508

The Proprieters

Mike and Lotsee Spradling.