Auchorachan and Newbiemains prize winners heading to Next Generation Sale It was a Championship double for D&R Durno & Sons, Glenlivet, Ballindalloch when heifers from their noted Auchorachan herd took both the Simmental Championship and Reserve awards at the...
The inaugural Four Breed Calf Show has been hailed as a resounding success, by organisers, exhibitors, sponsors and spectators. Supported by HVS Animal Health, Oddball Engineering and Dunbia, the multi-breed event featuring British Blue, British Blonde, Saler and...
COLIN INGLIS, DALACHY FARM, ABERDOUR, SET TO JUDGE THE FIRST SIMMENTAL ‘NEXT GENERATION’ SHOW AND SALE AT CARLISLE
Simmental breeder Colin Inglis who runs the Greencap pedigree herd at Craegorry, Dalachy Farm, Aberdour, Fife will be the inaugural judge of the British Simmental Cattle Society’s new ‘Next Generation’ show and sale fixture, of pedigree Females and Weaned Calves, due...
Carlisle Autumn Show and Sale
Although entries were slightly down, the Simmental trade at the Carlisle Autumn Show & Sale was good with bulls averaging 1694gns.
Judged by Mr C. Addison, the top-price of 2200gns went to Wigton breeders J. & E. Peile, for the Champion animal, Pasturehouse Paleface, a 16 month old bull.
W. Heaps,Chorley, Lancs, sold Rosten Pricey, also 16 months, at 1950gns.
Messrs Allen, Newton Stewart, drew 1900gns for Glenturk Prince Peter, the Reserve Champion.
Females averaged 952gns for in-calf heifers.
Report by Christine Heaps North West Club Secretary