The British Charolais Cattle Society

New/updated: Scottish National Fatstock Club (Livescot) 26th-27th November 2021

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Scottish National Fatstock Club (Livescot) 26th-27th November 2021

A new format for the Livescot committee saw them host a Pedigree Calf & Lamb Showon the Friday evening which proved to be a great success for the event. Winning the Inter-Breed Pedigree Calf Champion was BRAILES SAMSON owned by Brailes Livestock and brought out by the Rettie Team, Methven. Winning the breed section earlier that evening, Samson had also previously won the Junior Championship a few weeks prior to this at Stars of the Future. This flashy young calf is a Westcarse Houdini son out of Basset Orange.

Brailes Samson, Interbreed Pedigree Calf Champion

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Stars of the Future Calf Show 13th November 2021

This year saw a bumper entry of 39 calves from all over Scotland for the much-anticipated Stars of the Future calf show. The committee had been eagerly waiting for this day after last year’s show was sadly cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Chairman, Robert Paterson, spoke after the event and said: “It was a show to remember with exhibitors coming from as far south as Devon and as far north as Inverness, with the standard of cattle being as good as I have ever seen.”

Burradon Raquel (left), Overall Senior Champion, and Edzel Rose (right), Reserve Senior Champion

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Welshpool Sale 11th November 2021

Regal wears the crown after taking the top price

Charolais animals once again returned to Welshpool on 11 November 2021, with a number of quality bulls and females being offered for sale. The sale saw 31 bulls find new homes, with an average price of £4857 and a 65% clearance. Meanwhile, nine females (two with calves-at-foot) also sold, with an average price of £2794.

Montgomery Regal, sold for 8,000gns

Securing the top price of the day, at 8,000gns, was 18-month-old MONTGOMERY REGAL from Roberts & Jones of Llangadfan, Powys. Regal was sired by the easy-calving Gretnahouse Jugular, who was Supreme Champion at Carlisle in 2016. His dam is Montgomery Moli, a daughter of Balmyle Harlequin. Winning the bid and taking Regal home is J Jones & Co. of Bala, Gwynedd.

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