DUKE OF NORFOLK PERPETUAL TROPHY won by Lincoln Red Team at Smithfield Festival 5th December 2014
It's taken 32 years; 1982 was the last time a Lincoln Red Team of three won the Duke of Norfolk Trophy. Back then it was won by Alan Willson's Team of Linco
5,800 Gns for Foulness Leroy at LRCS Autumn Show & Sale
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Saturday 25th October 2014 - Autumn Show & Sale
CATALOGUE now available for our Annual Autumn Pedigree Show & Sale at Newark Livestock Market on 25th October 2014, with the Show beginning at 10:00am and the Sale be
Autumn Show & Sale 25th October 2014
Our Autumn Show & Sale is being held at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 25th October 2014. Society Rules ; Health Declaration & Entry Form availa
Farm Visit 2014 to Yarn Hill Herd
In Gallery and on our Facebook page - our awesomely inspirational 2014 Farm Visit to Richard and Natasha Mann's Yarn Hill Herd captured on film!
The Lincoln Red – a breed with ancient origins. The ancestors of this magnificent bull were probably brought in by the Viking invaders of Britain.
We would like to introduce you to the Lincoln Red, one of the oldest of the UK’s native beef breeds. A polled animal, well fleshed with a deep cherry-red coat, a wide muzzle and well placed legs and sturdy feet, ideally suited to range conditions. Originally dual-purpose, the Lincoln Red female makes an excellent easy calving suckler cow. Either pedigree or crossbred, the resulting progeny grow rapidly and can be finished under many different systems either grazing or more intensively, producing marbled, flavourful, succulent beef.