THURSO RAM SALE – QUOYBRAE FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2015

Breeders in Caithness would like to invite you to a - THURSO TUP TOUR
Arrangements are being made by the Caithness breeders to host a visit from anybody who would be interested in coming up to the sale on 18th September.
It would be hoped to co-ordinate a tour of all the farms to view the rams being offered for sale and to finish with a barbeque/social evening, the day and evening prior to the sale.
Arrangements re transport to be coordinated once we have an idea of numbers that might be interested.
If this is something that interests you then please get in touch to ‘register your interest’
alison.brodie@nc-cheviot.co.uk

 

Why North Country Cheviot?

The North Country Cheviot is an extremely versatile sheep and has much to offer the sheep farmer wishing to produce top quality lambs.

A Sheep for Today's Market 

Noted for its carcase qualities the breed can be used successfully in a wide range of breeding programmes.

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The North Country Cheviot plays a leading role in the UK's sheep industry. 

 The breed produces what the market demands - quality and value without compromise.

 
North Country Cheviot Lambs

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One of the strengths of the North Country Cheviot is that both male and female lambs are much in demand - ewe lambs for breeding, pure or crossed, and wether lambs for quality carcases.

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North Country Cheviot Ewes

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North Country Cheviot Ewes can thrive in a wide range of different grazing situations and are bred pure in many parts of Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales.

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North Country Cheviot Rams

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The North Country Cheviot Ram, whether used to produce pure or cross-bred lambs, gives the type of carcase required to meet the demands of today's markets.

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INFORMATION

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Sales Dates
Breed Sales 2015 

 

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Whatever the environment ....

...The North Country Cheviot will do well

More about the breed from - 

Alison Brodie, Society Secretary
Tel: 01750 82338
 

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