About Rocky Ridge Whitetails
Rocky Ridge Whitetails is a family-owned operation that started breeding whitetail deer in 1997. They are consistently working to improve the quality of both whitetail and mule deer by emphasizing genetic selection for antler size, characteristics and overall herd health. Rocky Ridge Whitetails has received 72 awards to date from the Deer Breeders Cooperative (DBC) and the North American Deer Farmers Association (NADeFA) antler scoring contests. Rocky Ridge Whitetails has also raised the World Record yearling whitetail buck and the World Record three-year-old whitetail buck.
Quality always comes before quantity at Rocky Ridge Whitetails. Considering the amount of bucks thriving on the farm, as well as does who deliver fawns each year (between 35 and 50 does), they have a relatively small herd. Yet they also have a wide variety of typical and nontypical genetics to choose from. In 2018, Rocky Ridge Whitetails established new partnerships with farms in Texas, Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania. Contact Rocky Ridge if you are looking for does and bucks from Rocky Ridge genetics found in these states, as well as in other states that accept imported deer. In addition to having a whitetail herd, Rocky Ridge also has a mule deer herd, started in 2016. Within both herds, Rocky Ridge believes genetics are the number one key to raising large-antlered bucks. Other important factors include a well-balanced nutritional diet to help all herd members, bucks and does, to reach their full genetic potential.
Why Rocky Ridge Whitetails
At Rocky Ridge Whitetails, their Number One Goal is honesty and integrity, whether they are producing or selling deer. Their genetics are making a tremendous impact in the deer farming industry with not only award-winning typical and nontypical antler sizes, but also in breeding for 96S, 226K, and 95H genotype genetics.
Rocky Ridge Whitetails has a state-of-the-art bottle-feeding facility and deer handling facility to live load deer, with no tranquilization needed. They have two breeding facilities located within a mile of each other.