We have had visitors from all over the U.S. and even other countries! We welcome you anytime; just let us know when you are coming!  ​You will be pleased to know our cattle are quality American British White Parks and we do not use a breed-up program. We only use registered, purebred, quality American British White Park bulls and females to assure you the best of the breed.


Looking to get into this breed or add to your herd?  We can help!

RLC Farms MN LLC British White Cattle

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Your Source for Registered, Purebred, Quality British White Park Cattle!

RLC Farms MN, LLC is a proud member of the American British White Park Association.

RLC Farms British White Parks

Quality cattle doesn't just happen. It takes a well-bred, thought-out breeding program and that's where we come in.

Welcome to our site and we hope you enjoy visiting! This is RLC Farms Octavia.  She is going to be entering the show circuit and she is an example of our 2022 calves.  We are very happy with these calves.  Although this one will be staying at the farm, there are others you may wish to add to or start your herd!   First come, first served so please let us know soon!


Can you pet your bull, or pet a mother and her calf?  If you had RLC Farms British White Park cattle you could!

We pride ourselves on the product we offer you.  We look at the whole picture:  build, temperament, color, easy calving, and great tasting meat.  We aren't happy unless you, our customers, are happy.  We make sure you are getting what the breed really is and we strive to excel on that.  Check out this awesome breed that does well on just grass and is soooo affectionate and loving!

​There is misinformation about the British White and American British White Park cattle being different.  These polled cattle are, in fact, the same breed and both derived from the same single cattle association that started in 1975 which was then called the White Park Association.  There are now two different associations for registry, and you should not confuse either of them with being the rare Ancient White Park horned cattle.