Females

Wanted

Member Jan McCourt of Northfield Farm in Rutland is looking for well-finished White Park females ready for slaughter.   Jan sells White Park beef from his on-farm shop and from his outlet at Borough Market in London.  If you are able to help Jan please contact him on 0771 281 7097 or [email protected]

Females for sale

Wiltshire

Harley Farms (South) is selling several cows from their large herd.  The cows are organic and PFLA certified and the herd is in a health scheme.  The Herd Manager is a practising vet who tests the herd on a regular basis:

Sired by Collegewood Yodel 

Ophine – born May 2019
Pensilvania – born February 2018
Ophira –  born May 2018
Ophali – born May 2017
Moniro – born April 2017
Natalia – born July 2016
Xanena – born April 2016
Prune – born  April 2016
Midona – born August 2017
Peaco – born January 2017
Medina – born April 2016

Sired by Smoile Wilfred

Xantippe – born May 2015
Ophia – born May 2015
Pandora – born May 2014
Opheen – born January 2017

Individual photos are available of each of the cows.  Please contact Jane on [email protected] to receive a copy.

For further information on purchasing the cows please contact the herd manager, Dorit Albertson, at the farm office on 01985 850462 on leave a message her mobile 07733 328118.  You can also email her on [email protected]

Wiltshire

Sarah and Michael Matthews are selling several heifers from their Wenlock herd.  Most of these females are birth notified, rather than registered, so they will need registering prior to being used for breeding.

Four birth notified heifers born between May and July 2019 and sired by Smoile Eli (Pass Plus)

F13312 Selkirk Bruce’s II – born May 2019 and sired by Selkirk Wenlock

Seven birth notified heifers born between June – September 2019 and sired by Selkirk Wenlock

Two birth notified heifers born in spring 2020 and sired by Selkirk Wenlock.

For further information please email Sarah on [email protected] or call Michael on 07711006601

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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