• Recent News
    Last updated on Mar 15, 2022

    We will be listing our yearling bulls available by private treaty in the coming month. Visit our Sales page now for details.

  • About us
    Proud of our 67 Years as a Family Farm

    Lucky Springs Farms is located just outside of Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada and is owned and operated by Len & Sally Songer and their three children, Kristen, Katie & Jim.

    We run 100 head of quality Polled Hereford, Shorthorn and F1 hybrid “Cherri-Red” cows and grow 1500 acres of oats, barley, rye and forage crops. Our yearling bulls are for sale each spring by private treaty. We also market semen, embryos, prospect calves, breeding stock and commercial recipient females for transplant programs. We exhibit our cattle annually at shows around western Canada.

  • History
    Established in 1951

    Jim and Thelma Songer, Len's parents, came from Riverhurst, Saskatchewan in 1951 to Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. They milked cows, raised pigs and ran a herd of commercial Hereford-Shorthorn cows.

    The dairy herd was sold in 1967 and the first purebred Herefords were purchased in the early 1970s. Shorthorns were added in 1999 with the purchase of a purebred heifer from Bill & Edith Boake of Acme, Alberta. Our family ties to Shorthorn cattle go back to the 1870's when Joseph Parkinson, Sally's great-great grandfather, bred the first cow to enter the Canadian Shorthorn Herd Book, a roan female known as Ada.


Semen Available Now

KMS Buccaneer 07S 38D

A TH & PHA free Monopoly x Swagger registered as a 50% Appendix Shorthorn. Recommended for use on 'dirty' club calf females or power females needing more structural soundness, extension, flexibility, bone and eye appeal. Buccaneer will sire attractive and balanced show heifers that go on to become production powerhouses. Canadian qualified semen available now $35/unit (minimum 5 units).


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Driving Directions

FROM RED DEER Take highway #11 (David Thompson Highway) 73km west, continuing on highway #11 as it turns north and becomes highway #22. Farm is located on the west side of the road. FROM ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE Take highway #22 (David Thompson Highway) south. Farm is located on the west side of the road 3 km south of Rocky Mountain House.