The Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) Experiment collects data from p-pbar collisions at c.m.s. energy of 1.96 TeV delivered by the Tevatron. At this energy all species of bottom hadrons are copiously produced. The CDF detector is equipped with precision tracking and vertexsub-detectors and the first of its kind displaced vertex trigger which, together with lepton identification system, allow the execution of a broad program in heavy flavor physics. In this talk I will concentrate on presenting data analyses based on 1 - 2 1/fb of data that led to recent discoveries of new bottom baryons.