Charolais


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Charolais

a white or cream breed of cattle with pink mucosae, produced in central France and used for dairy, beef or draft purposes.
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Charolais beef bull. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Heifers: Limousin PS1195, PS1065, PS885 Redding, PS1070 Haas Grove Farm, PS1020 Belridding Farm, PS990 Laverockhall, PS930Terrona, PS920 Newfield Farm, Charolais PS1095, PS920 Newfield Farm, PS915 Burncroft Farm.
The industry as whole is facing massive challenges in the face of Brexit with huge uncertainty around farm support but I have confidence that the Charolais breed is the one that will always do the business when margins are under pressure.
Charolais crosses to PS1135 (620kg-22mth) from DM Tucker & Sons.
The top females reached 6,600 guineas for Will Shortt of Omagh's special Charolais maiden heifer.
Maerdy breeding figured prominently in many five-figure Charolais sales at Stirling.
Charolais has proved to be invincible for almost 40 years for our family, initially as the suckler herd's terminal sire producing top quality commercial suckled calves consistently appearing within the day's top 5% of average market prices, as well as leaving a handful of top flight ones for the show ring and more recently, developing a herd of pedigree Charolais cows as an added value enterprise.
2m Charolais in France but there are also herds across Europe, South America and the United States.
My grandfather started breeding Charolais in Scotland, my dad had some and I carried on the tradition.
My grandfather first brought Charolais back to this country in 1967," Chris says.
Rio is unusually tall for a Charolais and weighs almost 2700lb-about 1.
David Benson, chief executive of BCCS, said: "Thanks to the Business Link it's now a case of finalising the protocol between the British Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture to restart Charolais sperm trading.
A smart entry of twenty cattle were put out for show and at this the traditional 'Charolais' show day fitting that after both judges full consideration it was indeed a super Charolais cross bred heifer that took the Supreme Champion rosette having previously been awarded The Scottish & Northern Charolais Breeders Association Cup as the Champion Charolais calf.