Autumn Show & Sale Catalogue is here
Our Lincoln Red Cattle Society Autumn Show & Sale Catalogue is available here - please click on "Catalogue" to download. Please note: Lot 41 will be sold with h
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RED HOT WEEK AT THE ROYAL WELSH 2018
Lincoln Reds have been Red Hot this week! Whilst some Members were travelling back from our annual Farm Visits, which this year saw us up in Scotland with the
2018 Royal Welsh Show - Supreme Beef Breeds Champion
Lincoln Red Breed Champion, Donington Jessie V12 was crowned 2018 Royal Welsh Show Supreme Beef Breeds Champion on Monday 23rd July! Congratulations to Ed Middleton, Own
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Lincoln Red Bulls lead the prices at the English Premier Pedigree Spring Show & Sale - Saturday 10th March 2018 Click Here to see full Lincoln Red Report
Lincoln Red Results The Rib Classes - in the Native Breed Class: Michael Read's Lincoln Red steer took first prize and also took British Native Champion. Robert & John Needham's BBxLR took 2nd prize in the "sired by a Continental Bull" class. In the Fatstock Section: Native Steer Class: Michael Read's steer took 2nd prize & Champion Lincoln Red and Mr Needler's steer took 4th prize. In the Native Heifer Class: Michael's heifer took 3rd prize and Reserve Champion Lincoln Red. In the Auction Michael Read's Lincoln Red x Limousin steer sold for 228p/kilo - the March 2011 born steer weighed in at 700kgs. The LINCOLN RED CALF SHOW generously sponsored by Dennett's Ice-cream; saw the honours shared between some of our newer Breeders. Out of the three quality bulls exhibited the winner and Reserve...Read more
Updated 20th March 2013
The LRCS Young Bull Performance Testing program, in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University, at their Brackenhurst Campus, began in November 2012.
An Animal Science Student is doing her final Dissertation using data collected on the Bulls’ feed conversion.
In the early 60’s; the Lincoln Red Cattle Society, through the suggestion of the late Mr L Bembridge, formed the Beef Recording Association. In the mid 60's they joined with the North Devon and Sussex Cattle Societies to start the very first Young Bull Performance Tests which were held in purpose-built buildings at the Royal Showgrounds, Stoneleigh.
Following a rigorous selection process the following bulls entered the 2012/2013 Scheme:
On 17th October 2012, a Lincoln Red sired steer topped Newark Livestock Market, grossing £1768. The steer's dam, a Limousin x Lincoln Red cow, had been sold in calf to Beverley Kudos and calved in February 2011. He was put on ad lib barley later that winter and was being aimed towards a Christmas Show in 2012, but had grown and done so well that his owner, Clive Goulsbra, decided he would be too big to keep another 6 weeks. He weighed 754kgs and made 235p/kg to gross £1768, easily the highest priced steer of the day. He was bred by Dick Read, at West Ashby near Horncastle, Lincolnshire; a great supporter of the Breed.Read more
Brisk Trade for Lincoln Reds
At the Lincoln Red Cattle Society's Autumn Show and Sale at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 20th October 2012 R E Needham and Son’s Senior Champion and overall Champion Bull, Market Stainton Peter; sired by Donington Lancer and out of Market Stainton Eva 4th G10; sold for 4 200gns to Mr A J King’s King Herd, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
Bull’s Average of 3 100gns (£3255), up by 400gns on 2011’s averages.
Interest from Commercial Breeders meant a brisk trade in the females with prices holding firm against 2011 Autumn Show & Sale figures; an overall average for 60 females of 1 290gns (£1355) being: 2 in calf Cows with calves at foot 1900gns (£1995); 20 in calf Heifers 1408gns (£1478); 30 Maidens 1128gns (£1185). Overall Sale average being (62 animals) 1348gns (£1416).
The Champion Heifer in the Show, HM & JM Needler’s January 2011...Read more
The 2012 Lincoln Red farm visit took place on Sunday 15th July at the Padworth Park Herd in Berkshire kindly hosted by Mick Shaw and Ruth Miller. The rare site of blue skies greeted around 40 members & visitors, many of whom had travelled a considerable distance to see how Lincoln Reds were performing outside of their native county.
They were not to be disappointed as the cattle looked resplendent in their super park setting.
The Herd currently consists of 90 registered females with 3 Lincoln Red stock bulls, the overall aim being to reach 120 suckler cows. The farm operates a low input forage system with cows being out wintered and fed on ad-lib haylage and mineral licks - a role ideally suited to the Lincoln Red. Females are selected in the summer into 4 bulling groups and are put to either a Lincoln Red; Black Angus; Red Angus or British...Read more