Limousin

Farming

Registration ‘mix-up’ leads to Limousin identity crisis

May 10, 2019

The true identity of hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of Limousin bulls is in doubt this week following the withdrawal of passports from dozens of animals that can be traced back to Dunkeld pedigree cattle breeder, Stuart Fotheringham’s Ballinloan herd.

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Family drive to top with their Limousin

February 23, 2019

Consistently being able to breed and bring out quality pedigree and commercial stock requires good stockmanship and a huge amount of hard work, but it’s something the Robertson family from Tomintoul has been achieving for decades.

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Limousins sell to 50,000gn

February 18, 2019

Limousin bulls sold to a top of 50,000gn at the breed’s show and sale at Carlisle on Saturday, where 108 bulls levelled at £6,372.36 and 15 broke the five-figure bracket.

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Limousin champion heads to Orkney

October 23, 2018

Commercial demand for the Limousin breed continued yesterday with an 80% clearance rate achieved when 49 bulls sold to average £5,182 – up £119 on the year for eight more sold.

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Limousin bulls achieve 91% clearance at Stirling Bull Sales

February 7, 2017

This year is the first time all the sales have taken place in one day at the Stirling Bull Sales and United Auctions' new co-owner, John Roberts said it had been a big success with the momentum carried right through until the last animal was sold at 5.30pm.

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