More than a Bull Sale XVIII

Saturday, March 18, 2023 • 1:00pm CDT • AT THE FARM


70 Red Angus, SimAngus, Charolais, & Cross-Ty Bulls


Leading Red Angus & Simmental genetics plus herd management support services to improve your profitability

Diversified Operation

Red Hill Farms is a family farm that consists of 450 Red Angus, Simmental, SimAngus, and Angus cows, 150 acres of burley tobacco, 100 purebred sows, and row crops that support the livestock enterprises. The cattle operation utilizes artificial insemination, embryo transfer, extensive performance records and DNA analysis to produce bulls and females for the annual sale held the third Saturday in March. The Jones’ swine operation provides breeding stock to customers across the United States and in foreign countries. Burley tobacco is a traditional Kentucky/Tennessee crop that adds diversity to Red Hill Farms. The Jones family enjoys sharing the tobacco experience with visitors unfamiliar with this specialty crop.

Our Mission

Red Hill Farms’ mission is to be good stewards of the land, promote excellent husbandry practices and treat animals with respect, give back to the community, and provide superior genetic products to increase customer profitability and enhance consumer appeal of U.S. beef and pork.

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Family Farm

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Bart, Sarah, & Ty Jones operate Red Hill Farms, a 7th generation family farm on the rolling hills of northern middle Tennessee and south central Kentucky. With the original farm purchased by Bart’s great-great-great-grandmother in the late 1860’s, the family has tilled the land with pride and raised quality livestock for several generations.

Both Sarah and Bart are deeply-rooted in agriculture. Sarah was reared on a 4th generation dairy farm and was active in 4-H and FFA activities. She graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant. Sarah manages financial records, cattle records, advertising, and marketing in addition to rolling the hay and AI breeding the cows. Bart grew up in the purebred swine seedstock industry, and he was an active 4-H swine project participant. When he graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1996, Bart came back to the family farm to raise pigs. He quickly learned that diversification would make the farm more profitable. Today, the farm produces cattle, tobacco, hogs, corn, soybeans, and a variety of hay and silage crops. Bart manages the day-to-day farming operation and computerized swine records.

Bart, Sarah and Ty appreciate farm life and cherish the friendships developed in agriculture. They also take time to enjoy house boating, waterskiing and exhibiting Ty’s market lambs.

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4 weeks ago

Busy week with Ty's lambing. Lots of new baby lambs and this one looks like it stole Sarah's heart. ... See MoreSee Less

Busy week with Tys lambing. Lots of new baby lambs and this one looks like it stole Sarahs heart.
4 weeks ago

The KCA Beef Efficiency Conference is next Thursday in Lexington. Hope to see you there!Countdown is on! We are less than 10 days from 2023 KCA Convention...

KCA is happy to welcome the Beef Efficiency Conference to convention. This year's conference will feature a welcome from Dr. Gordon Jones. We will hear presentations from Dr. Troy Rowan, Dr. Jared Decker, and John Maddux on "Building a Better Cow for Tomorrow."

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The KCA Beef Efficiency Conference is next Thursday in Lexington. Hope to see you there!
4 weeks ago

Spring calving has begun! ... See MoreSee Less

Spring calving has begun!

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But it aint spring yet!!! Lol

2 months ago

Would you rather AI cows or heifers? ... See MoreSee Less

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Heifers, don’t have to fight them getting aired up so bad. But finding the opening on cows is much easier

Heifers. Don’t have to deal with the calves and sorting

I’m happy to do either but I probably prefer cows

If I could only do one I would do cows. You don't have to use low birth weight bulls and are going to have better calves to pick replacements from.

Cows are easier 😀

I’d rather let the Bull do the job👍








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