At Donor Solutions, we greatly appreciate you taking the time to look into our company. We hope that the new website will help you to understand the goals and services of Donor Solutions. Donor Solutions was formed in 2007 with a vision of caring for and managing the production of donor cows from many different customers in many different states. Since then we have had the privilege of working with cows from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and even cows from as far away as Texas and Louisiana. For a detailed list of some of our past and current customers you can look at our Customer Success page.

At Donor Solutions we have a desire to care for your cows as if they were our own. We try to maximize the production of the cows here by making their living conditions as comfortable as possible. The main reason we purchased this piece of property for our facility is due to the sandy soil. This alone is one of the biggest factors we have that allows us to keep cows in the most comfortable conditions. We believe that the micro-management of their nutrition, mineral intake, and environment are the things that help us to maximize their production and in the end maximize your income from them.

Since opening the doors in 2007 we have flushed on average about 350 to 400 cows per year. We have had the privilege of working with some of the best cows and best people in the country. We have also tried to put together an extremely deep set of donor cows of our own. We have tried to represent a variety of breeds in our line of donors and we encourage you to check them out. We always have genetics available for sale out of our donors. We always look forward to the opportunity of working with new customers and cows and are always here to answer any questions you may have.


We are excited to announce our new team members at Donor Solutions. Zachary Miller and his fiancé Katelynn Zechiel, have come on board to help us serve our customers even further. Zach’s experience with cows has been a huge part why we needed to add him to our team. He grew up on what is now a 4th generation family farm that consists of over 100 cow calf pairs a feedlot operation. Zach graduated from Purdue in 2015 with a AgEcon degree. He spent his time at Purdue working in the Beef Unit gaining experience such as: daily chores, working cattle, giving shots, calving out cows, assisting with research projects, and helping out with their yearly Golden Girls Sale. He also worked at a ranch in Ten Sleep, Wyoming for a summer internship. The Red Reflet Ranch runs about 300 cow-calf pairs, along with 50 horses on 27,000 acres. He was hired on as a cattle hand, where he did daily chores helped calve out 300 cows, semen tested bulls, branded, castrated, and doctored cows/calves. He drove cattle by horse back to summer pasture, and helped with the putting up of the hay for the summer. We are excited for what the future has to hold for adding Zach and Kate!

Austin, Naomi and Kree Wolf

Zachary Miller and Katelynn Zechiel