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Sales Reports Irish Shorthorn Society

Premier Sale Report from November 10th 2018

There were some good prices achieved considering the difficult climate at present.
The older bulls in particular were a good trade with prices well up on last year with a number going for export to an average of just over 2200.00. The females were only slightly back on 2017 but still averaged 2050.00.

The Cha ...
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Commercial Cross Calves By Progressive Genetics Sires

Here are a selection of photos of progeny of Beef Shorthorn bulls as stationed at Progressive Genetics in Enfield.
Beef Shorthorn cow with FSZ heifer calf at foot.
Sliabhbhui Prince 2nd SBU daughter out of a Charolais Cow – 4 STARS.
Twin heifers by a Lissoy Jumbo (LYJ) son out of HE Heifer ‘Up and sucked ...
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Grooming Day - report May 9th 2015

A great day was had by all who traveled to the Brady farm, Grousehall, Co. Cavan on Saturday May 9th, after a dreadful wet day on the Friday, we were blessed when the sun shone down on proceedings. We had a great turn out of both young and old. Basil Bothwell from ICBF was a great hit on the day with his Linear Scoring Demonstration which ...
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Spring Beef Shorthorn Sale Report - April 11th 2015

There were 13 bulls and 8 Heifers entered for the sale in Roscommon Mart. Proceedings got off to a very punctual start with the Judging completed by 11am leaving ample time for photos and a cup of tea. The Judge on the day was James Pye from North Leitrim.
The first classes to be judge were the female animals with Lismacool Crystal ...
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Athlone Show Report

Athlone show saw a nice entry of shorthorn cattle with some outstanding cattle on display. The good weather and great facilities made it easy on exhibitors and the mood was good at one of the first major shows of 2014. A big crowd saw a lot of interest in the breed and comments from farmers about how the breed and quality of cattle is imp ...
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