Ter-Ron Farms is a third generation farm committed to providing both purebred and commercial cattle breeders with quality Red Angus bulls and females. The farm is located just three miles south of the scenic town of Forestburg, Alberta.
In 1946, Paul Adams started the original homestead where Terry and Sharon have lived since 1974. There they raised three children, Rob, Shauna, and Kerri.
Rob and his wife, Maureen, live just north of the original homestead with their daughters Halley, Keely and Kasey.
Everyone is very involved in the day-to-day operations of Ter-Ron Farms. Terry, Sharon and Rob are on the farm every day, but Maureen and the girls are often found helping in the evenings after school and all weekend. Sharon is the head accountant and manages the registrations and transfers. Maureen teaches at Forestburg School but always plays a key role in the silage crew as well as additional bookkeeping.
Ter-Ron Farms is a mixed farming operation consisting of 220 Red and Black Angus and 35 Simmental, as well as approximately 1700 acres of mixed grain and 1200 acres of grass. This keeps the family busy with grain farming in the spring and fall, and calving in the winter.