Armstrong Brothers
Armstrong Brothers at the Springville Stockyard in southern Indiana.

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Spring Creek Cattle Company LLC
Springville, Indiana


Heritage / Goals / Operations / Awards

My Great, Great Grandfather John Armstrong came to Lawrence County in southern Indiana in 1815. With him he brought the frontier work ethic and the desire to make his new farmland a place to raise his family. He homesteaded land and raised cattle. His descendants have followed that tradition continuously to today. One of his sons was Ari Armstrong who was my Great Grandfather. Ari had 19 children, the youngest was Curtis Armstrong, my Grandfather. Curtis Armstrong moved to our present headquarters and historic 1873 family home when he was 16. My Father carried on the family farm and my wife and I now manage the Spring Creek Cattle Co. LLC.

Spring Creek Cattle Co. LLC

As a fifth generation Indiana commercial cattle operation, our focus is on raising efficient, healthy Angus and Angus Simmental cross cattle with goals of:
  • Producing excellent replacement heifers

  • Producing feedlot yearlings that perform at the high end of the feed conversion, grade and yield spectrum.
Our 800 acres sustain approximately 225 brood cows, bulls, and replacement heifers. We have a closed herd except for our bulls which we buy from sources such as the Purdue University Bull Test, Steward Seeds and Gibbs Farms in Alabama.

As a necessity, we raise Alfalfa / Orchard grass hay for winter feed and as a second income source. Most of the hay we raise to sell is made into small square bales to be sold to Dairy or Horse owners.

Spring Creek meanders through our property and is one of our main sources of water for our cattle, along with several wells and ponds. Our cows summer graze on legume / grass mixed pastures and daily fed round bales during the winter season. Weaned calves, Freezer Beef Cattle and fall calving cows are fed byproducts such as corn gluten and soy hulls along with alfalfa / orchard grass hay. Our cattle going to feedlots are preconditioned from 45 to 60 days and are given two rounds of modified live vaccines. Freezer beef are typically fed approximately 90 days and are hormone free.

Awards we have received include:
  • Lawrence County Soil and Water Award of Merit in 1996 for Exceptional Conservation Practices.

  • Lawrence County Cattlemen’s Association 2006 “Outstanding Cattleman”

  • State of Indiana’s Hoosier Homestead Farm Sesquicentennial Award in 2011, presented by Becky Skillman, Indiana’s Lieutenant Governor.



Spring Creek Cattle Co. LLC
Stan and Ann Armstrong
3248 State Road 54W
Springville, Indiana 47462
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