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Renton, Washington
Cassandra Garcia
alderhurst@gmail.com
425-753-7782

About us:
Alderhurst Farm was started by Jim and Elsie Covey in the early 1970's. While living in Redmond, WA., with four children, they purchased their first Angus heifer for a 4-H project. Since then, Alderhurst Farm became one of the most well-known Angus cattle breeders in western Washington. Among Jim and Elsies' most famous bloodlines was the great national champion Angus heifer, Miss Supreme Pine 8405 --"Piney", the American Angus Association's Embryo Dam of the Year and progenitor of champion bloodlines still utilized today by the newest herd manager, great-granddaughter, Cassandra Garcia.

Last Update:   April 23rd 2014.

Alderhurst Farm was started by Jim and Elsie Covey in the early 1970's. While living in Redmond, WA., with four children, they purchased their first Angus heifer for a 4-H project. Since then, Alderhurst Farm became one of the most well-known Angus cattle breeders in western Washington. Among Jim and Elsies' most famous bloodlines was the great national champion Angus heifer, Miss Supreme Pine 8405 --"Piney", the American Angus Association's Embryo Dam of the Year and progenitor of champion bloodlines still utilized today by the newest herd manager, great-granddaughter, Cassandra Garcia.
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Renton, Washington
Cassandra Garcia
alderhurst@gmail.com
425-753-7782

About us:
Alderhurst Farm was started by Jim and Elsie Covey in the early 1970's. While living in Redmond, WA., with four children, they purchased their first Angus heifer for a 4-H project. Since then, Alderhurst Farm became one of the most well-known Angus cattle breeders in western Washington. Among Jim and Elsies' most famous bloodlines was the great national champion Angus heifer, Miss Supreme Pine 8405 --"Piney", the American Angus Association's Embryo Dam of the Year and progenitor of champion bloodlines still utilized today by the newest herd manager, great-granddaughter, Cassandra Garcia.

Last Update:   April 23rd 2014.

Alderhurst Farm was started by Jim and Elsie Covey in the early 1970's. While living in Redmond, WA., with four children, they purchased their first Angus heifer for a 4-H project. Since then, Alderhurst Farm became one of the most well-known Angus cattle breeders in western Washington. Among Jim and Elsies' most famous bloodlines was the great national champion Angus heifer, Miss Supreme Pine 8405 --"Piney", the American Angus Association's Embryo Dam of the Year and progenitor of champion bloodlines still utilized today by the newest herd manager, great-granddaughter, Cassandra Garcia.