A new record price of 33,000gns was set for an Aberdeen Angus cow and calf at Stirling Bull Sales during the dispersal of Robin Orr’s Halbeath herd from Dunfermline.
CHAROLAIS BULLS sold well at Stirling Bull Sales, backed by a strong commercial demand.
The Carse of Gowrie annual ploughing match took place at Pitroddie Farm, by kind permission of the Steele Family.
A “once-in-a-lifetime” colt has earned his place in Cawdor history and brought joy spanning the Irish Sea.
The February Stirling Bull Sales opened with shows of Aberdeen-Angus and Shorthorn bulls and sales of females from both breeds.
BEEF SHORTHORNS met a reasonable demand on the opening day of Stirling Bull Sales with 16 bulls selling to average £4,305 (compared to 11 sold at an average of £4,047 in 2012).
The superior standard of this year’s crop of filly foals at the Clydesdale Winter Fair in Stirling eclipsed the senior entry of horses.
The three judges at the 97th annual North of Fife Foal Show could find little fault in Newton Glens Kara, their top Clydesdale foal of the day.