"The traditional native breed that meets
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  • Lincoln Reds hit high of 6,500 Gns

    Lincoln Reds had a tremendous Show & Sale of Bulls and Females ................  to view our Lincoln Red Report from Saturday 18th March 2017 English Premier Ped

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  • Duke of Norfolk Trophy 2016 - Lincoln Reds do it again!

    East of England Smithfield Report

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  • 3,000Gns for Supreme Champion Female

    Click here to see our Autumn Show & Sale Report

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  • BVDFree England is officially launched on 1st July 2016

    Today is the official launch of BVDFree England Scheme. The Lincoln Red Cattle Society is backing BVDFree England! For more information please go to www.bvdfree.org.uk

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  • Lincoln Reds for Sale

    If you don't want to wait until our next Society Sale please go to our "Cattle for Sale" section to view Lincoln Reds for Sale.  Click on name of the animal for phot

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CATALOGUE now available for our Annual Autumn Pedigree Show & Sale at Newark Livestock Market on 25th October 2014, with the Show beginning at 10:00am and the Sale beginning at Noon.  This is a high health sale.

On offer will be 3 bulls and 58 females, more information in our Catalogue.

See you there!

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Our Autumn Show & Sale is being held at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 25th October 2014. 

Society Rules  ; Health Declaration & Entry Form available online.  To enter you have to be a fully paid up Member and only registered Lincoln Reds may be entered.  Closing date for entries is 19th September 2014.  No late entries will be accepted.

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In Gallery and on our Facebook page - our awesomely inspirational 2014 Farm Visit to Richard and Natasha Mann's Yarn Hill Herd captured on film!

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30

May

BEEF EXPO 2014

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Hexham was the venue for the 2014 NBA Beef Expo on 22nd May.

Four superb Lincoln Reds and crosses were supplied by Chris Page and Michael Read, for display on the Breed Society stand, which was delivered, constructed and manned by eight enthusiastic Society Members.

Click to view Foulness Leroy.

One of the strengths of Beef Expo is that it's usually held at a different venue each year, and so there was a very good attendance especially from nothern cattle farmers, as the show had been held in the south west over the last two years.

A regular talking point at the show was the recongnition that a cheaper to keep suckler cow, that can rear a first class beef calf every year, will become more of a necessity,  The current poor beef prices have highlighted the need to keep a less demanding medium sized cow, hard working, hard wearing, docile and inexpensive...

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