Ranna-Villa cattle

First 10 highlandcattle heifers and one bull called Pilkmose Valentino came to Ranna-Villa at april 2007.

At 2008 autumn the herd was added by 8 heifers from Finland (Kangasniemi Pienikangas), two of them where pregant, and 3 heifers from Muhu (the small isle before Saaremaa).

2009 we managed to get two pedigree bulls from auction at Scotland, Oban. Both with wery good characteristics, cool and calm boys. Bulls had to stay in guarantee more than 3 months before we could take them home.

At the time our cattle is all together 250 animals with 6 different herds, with different bloodlines. We hope to get over 100 new calvs to be borned in springtime. In 2015 summer we graze on 400 ha with 400 head of Highlandcattle and Aberdeen Angus.

If You are interested just call us +372 56 67 88 24 or sed an e-mail ranna.villa(a)hotmail.com.





Vikki ja Aingealag of Ranna-Villa        Valborg                                 Ulrike                                 Venus ja Aifric of Ranna-Villa

Vimmer ja Axl of Ranna-Villa                     Pilkmose Valentino                               Eures ja Elvis

At 2009 in Scotland, Oban auction we bought reserve male champion Fergus Ruadh 2nd Of Knockendon and two year old Hector of Ponfeigh.

Highland cattle, Hc
”The highland breed of cattle has a long and distinguished ancestry, not only in its homeland of western Scotland, but also in many far-flung parts of the world. One of Britain's oldest, most distinctive, and best known breeds, with a long, thick, flowing coat of rich hair and majestic sweeping horns, the Highlander has remained largely unchanged over the centuries. Written records go back to the 18th century and the Highland Cattle Herd Book, first published in 1885, lists pedigrees since that time

But it is on the vast areas of poor mountain land with high annual rainfall and bitter winds that Highland Cattle thrive and breed where no other cattle could exist Making the most of poor forage, calving outside and seldom, if ever, housed they make a real economic contribution to hill and upland areas.

The breed is exceptionally hardy with a natural and unique ability to convert poor grazing efficiently. They are remarkable for their longevity: many Highland cows continue to breed to ages in excess of eighteen years having borne fifteen calves. They are great mothers.

The Beef
Guaranteed Pure Highland Beef"tm comes wholly and exclusively from 100% pure pedigree Highland Cattle and commands a significant premium in specialist retail butchery outlets.

Highland Cattle are naturally reared thriving in our country without the need for intensive farming practices, producing an excellent modem beef carcass with the lean, well-marbled, flesh that ensures tenderness and succulence with a very distinctive flavour.
Highland Beef is healthy and nutritious with lower levels of fat and cholesterol and a higher protein and iron content than other beef.”