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The British Blonde Society will be holding the following sales throughout 2017.

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The British Blonde Society will have a presence at some of the agricultureal shows, please check our calendar of events for further information.

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Written by Clive Roads, McCartneys.
The British Blonde Cattle Society’s Annual Spring Show and Sale at Worcester again attracted a strong entry well complimented by a capacity crowd of buyers and onlookers.  Brisk bidding culminated in a top price of 4,050gns for the First, Male and Overall Supreme Champion “Hackleton Legend” a 22 month old ET son of ‘Hackleton Vixen’, a twice winner of the Society’s National Show and winner of the Interbreed Championship at the Royal Three Counties Show, consigned by Hackleton Farms Ltd., Northants and secured by G. Collins Farms, Gore Cross, Wiltshire. The successful purchasers were strong bidders at the sale taking a total of 9 bulls for use on their Blonde suckler herd that run on Salisbury Plain. Amongst those purchases were ‘Kinaston Lustful’ a 2 year old homebred son of ‘Kinaston Idris’ from Roy Kinnish’s Shropshire based herd at 3,550gns and the Second and Reserve Senior Male Champion ‘Fronfedw Luther’ a son of Eilean Fergus at 3,000gns from RG Davies, Lampeter, Ceredigion.
Messrs Davies enjoyed a keen following for all their bulls, the consignment peaking at 3,600gns also for an ‘Eilean Fergus’ son taken by G. Williams, Newport, Gwent and another Fergus son ‘Fronfedw Lightning’ a third prize winner at 3,400gns to T Beckingham, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.  
A single entry from Stephen Pegington, Usk, provided a worthwhile trip when his second prize winner ‘Nantygelli Leonardo’ levelled at 3,200gns to P Kingdon & Sons, Newquay, Cornwall.  First time Vendor at the sale Philip Parry, Brecon enjoyed success in the pre-sale show taking  
First and Senior Male Champion for this ‘Anod Lloyd’ bull by the Royal Welsh Champion ‘Fronfedw Darius’ and secured at 3,150gns by WJ Hicks, Padstow, Cornwall.
A strong Female entry in terms of quality was suitably rewarded by a keen and competitive following of spirited buyers peaking at 2,450gns for ‘Merryhill Laura’, an in calf heifer from Mervyn Thomas, Abbeydore, Hereford she had won First, Female and Reserve Overall Supreme

May 2017 Society Sales

Entries in for Carlisle Saturday 13th May Click here to view animals 

The Letter this year for all animals is N

Carlisle February Spring Show and Sale 2017

James & Peter Weightman’s Hallfield herd secured the leading price of 8000gns at the early Blonde Society spring show and sale held at Carlisle today with their Junior, Overall Male and Supreme Champion bull entry Hallfield Lincoln. This May 2015 born son of Hilltop Hector and out of a Blackwater Ainsley bred mother was purchased by Keith Eunson from Deerness, Orkney.
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Hallfield Lincoln
Following at 5800gns was another entry from the Hallfield pen, this time Hallfield Lewis, a son of the herds main sire Blackwater Ainsley. Lewis was bought by J & K Metcalf & Son of Richmond, N.Yorkshire.

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Shanvalley Leman, Senior Champion ReserveOverall  Hallfield Lewis sold for 5800gns Shanvalley Lacey sold for 3600gns Female Champion

The top price female came from the Northern Ireland based Savage Bros. The July 2015 born maiden heifer, Shanvalley Latoya is by Abricot and out of the prolific herd show winner Shanvalley Hoshi. Latoya won 2nd prize and Reserve Female Champion at the pre-sale show and was purchased for 3800gns by noted buyer W Hall from Stranraer.
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Averages Bulls £4050 Females £3019
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Thanks to and report by H & H
Thank you to our sponsors H&H Insurance
Thank you for the photographs Robert Smith

North East Blonde Club Invite all Members to an Evening

EBV’s Explained!
We are having a talk by James Weightman about the value of EBV’s at The Anchor Inn, Whixley. This will include how EBV’s work for James and what he is doing to achieve long-term figures. There will also be a power point presentation, courtesy of AHDB.

Everyone is welcome to join us; 8pm start on the 2nd of May 2017. If you would like a meal before the meeting, there is a very good carvery with plenty of choice @ £9 per person, which we would definitely recommend!

To get an idea of numbers please contact the club secretary Jessica on
07704 654793 to confirm your attendance.
Regards, North East Blonde Club

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About Blonde

The Blonde d'Aquitaine breed has been established in the UK for over 40 years and continues to gain much respect from commercial farmers be they suckler producers or dairy men.

The breeds principal attributes are ease of calving and excellent growth rates, terminating in a carcase with a very high killing out percentage and an exceptionally high ratio of lean meat to bone.

The breed is widely distributed throughout the UK and Northern Ireland and thrives well in both the harsher climes of the north and the sunnier south.

The society was founded in 1971 to improve and promote the British Breed.

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