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
Duke of Norfolk Trophy 2016 - Lincoln Reds do it again!
East of England Smithfield Report
3,000Gns for Supreme Champion Female
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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
Lincoln Reds for Sale
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Lincoln Red Bull Trade Firm at English Premier Pedigree Show & Sale at Newark
The inaugural English Premier Pedigree Spring Show & Sale on behalf of the Lincoln Red Cattle Society, Aberdeen Angus, British Simmentals and Beef Shorthorns at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 29th March 2014 saw Andrew Mylius and Partners of St Fort’s, (Fife, Scotland), Lincoln Red Bull St Fort Rolex realise the highest price selling for 6 200gns to Chris Page’s Foulness Herd, Brough, East Yorkshire. His Sire Wragby Minstrel bred by Geoff and Jenny Bolton, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire; won several Championships as a young bull and has proved to be an easy calving bull in the St Fort Herd.
Senior Champion and Supreme Champion Bull, Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst Ranger sired by Market Stainton Matador out of Donington Jessie K13 sold for 5 500gns to Nick Barton’s Highbarn Herd, Macclesfield, Cheshire. He is the product of the 2012/13...
East of England Smithfield Festival
5th & 6th December 2013
The Champion ribs of beef at the world famous East of England Smithfield Festival,, were put forward by R E Needham & Son. Once again the Needhams took this prestigious award, this time from a Lincoln Red x Belgian Blue.
Michael Read's Lincoln Red ribs took third in their class.
Lincoln Reds were also represented by Michael Read in the beef section, again ranking high in the prizes.
Mrs Jenny Bolton judged the Lincoln Red Calf Classes, where we had 19 entries; a wonderful turnout. The quality of all of the calves was very high and were a great credit to the Exhibitors.
Four smart bull calves contested the first class, with Julie Evans' Springwood Sterling taking the red card and going on to be Breed Champion.
Michael Read took 1st in the Autumn bred heifer calf class with Hemingby Bridget R830 and she was later selected Reserve Champion.
Lincoln Red Cattle Society Autumn Show & Sale Report
Saturday 19th October 2013 held at Newark Livestock Market
2 Bulls – Averaged £3937 (£3255 in 2012)
43 Females Averaged – £1610 (£1355 in 2012)
There was a full house at the Farmers Guardian sponsored Lincoln Red Cattle Society's Autumn Show & Sale at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 19th October 2013.
Catalogue now available.
All animals in the catalogue are either:
1) accredited disease free or
2) blood tested free of disease not more than 3 months prior to the Sale and/or vaccinated regarding BVD,Lepto, IBR & Johnes
3) where required animals forward will be pre-movement TB tested.
Please contact the office if you would like a catalogue posted to you.
We thank our generous Sponsors, Farmers Guardian, for their support.
We look forward to seeing you on the 19th at Newark Livestock Market.Read more
LINCOLN RED CATTLE SOCIETY FARM VISIT – SUNDAY 14TH JULY
A gloriously warm sunny summers day, saw almost eighty Lincoln Red Cattle Society members, and friends descend on Sir Richard Sutton’s Settled Estates at Stainton Le Vale.
Situated in one of the most splendidly beautiful parts of Lincolnshire, just a few miles east of Market Rasen, the estate covers over 8,400 acres.
Our tour was led by Chris Baylis, Malcolm Vaughan, David Wilkie and Reg Arch.
The Sutton Herd of Lincoln Red cattle was established in 2001. The herd now consists of 120 cows with progeny . Currently three Lincoln Red Bulls are on site. We walked through one herd with some particularly smart bull calves at foot, and inevitably members were pointing out some first class calves with breeding potential. At the end of the next field we walked up to a superb bunch of heifers, who calmly looked us over, as we did them.