5000Gns for Hemingby Grainger
Lincoln Red Cattle Society Autumn Show & Sale ReportSaturday 19th October 2013 held at Newark Livestock Market2 Bulls – Averaged £3937 (£3255 in 201
AUTUMN SHOW & SALE 19TH OCTOBER 2013
Catalogue now available. All animals in the catalogue are either: 1) accredited disease free or 2) blood tested free of disease not more than 3 months pr
Sutton Herd - 2013 Farm Visit
LINCOLN RED CATTLE SOCIETY FARM VISIT – SUNDAY 14TH JULYA gloriously warm sunny summers day, saw almost eighty Lincoln Red Cattle Society members, and friends desce
Lincoln Red Young Bulls Graduation 2013
LRCS YBPT Graduation Day held on Saturday 13th April Brackenhurst Campus, Nottingham Trent UniversityLincoln Red Members gathered to see the 6 young Lincoln Red bulls gra
LRCS Spring Show & Sale Report - 2013
12 000 Gns paid for Springwood Poacher The Lincoln Red Cattle Society's Spring Show and Sale at Newark Livestock Market on Saturday 23rd March 2013 saw Julie Evans
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.