ENS Cattle Company was established to help fulfill a dream. I have always had a love for cattle and all that goes with it. Our main purpose is to establish a registered herd that will help our customers and ENS cattle reach our goals. There are lots of cattle out there and many are very good cattle that come from fine ranch operations. It has been my experience that a program is as much or more about the people within that operation along with the quality of the cattle.
To know the background of our cattle is very significant for us and it is for most breeders. I have seen many commercial breeders have very good herds, some know their pedigrees and backgrounds and others wish they did. Selling pounds of beef and raising quality replacement stock is still what much of the business is about. I feel to be able to offer quality seedstock for the commercial and purebred breeders is what it is all about.
Family, hard work and fun make this all worthwhile. My son Erik is a senior this year in high school and will be going on into an agriculture related field next year. Erik has been a vital part of this operation and part of the enjoyment is working together. My wife, Kathy and daughter, Kiara Rolfs are less active, but enjoy the cattle too.
How I got started. I have been in the business in one form or another my whole life. When starting ENS Cattle Company, I looked for the breeder who had many of the same goals and objectives that I had; one that would not only sell me the cattle but work with me to give direction. This is a fine line when working with people, to find someone who can give you honest direction and help you establish your own set of criteria and not just want to sell you their cattle. Nick & Elaine Isaacs of Isaacs Cattle Company of Callaway, Nebraska, have made a significant impact on my thoughts about the cattle business. Nick & Elaine have been extremely helpful and I value their friendship.
ENS Cattle Company is committed to helping our customers become partners in business and willing to go the extra mile to make your future and your cattle what you envision them to be.