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Stirling Bull Sales

The world-famous Perth Bull Sales were established in 1865.  They now take place at the company's new headquarters at Stirling and in July 2012 were officially renamed as the Stirling Bull Sales to reflect the new location. The pedigree bull sales are held in October, February and May each year. The sales attract thousands of visitors from home and abroad and are an integral part of the farming calendar. The main pedigree breeds comprise Aberdeen-Angus, Beef Shorthorn, Charolais, Simmental, Limousin, British Blue, British Blonde and Salers.  

Sunday to Tuesday 22nd to 24th October - Stirling Bull Sales  Programme of Events
764 Bulls and Females
Bulls:  67 Aberdeen-Angus, 23 Beef Shorthorn, 70 Limousin, 143 Simmental, 124 Charolais & 9 Salers
Females:  83 Aberdeen-Angus & 41 calves (incl dispersal of the Cheeklaw herd), 76 Beef Shorthorn & 3 calves (incl dispersal of the spring-calving portion of the Wavendon herd), 9 Limousin, 103 Simmental & 12 calves (incl dispersal of the Sterling herd) & 62 Charolais & 16 calves (incl major reduction of the Baillieston herd

Saturday 11th November  - Complete dispersal of the renowned Ribble herd of pedigree Aberdeen-Angus cattle 
The property of Rowntree Farms.  Approx 500 head.  At Skipton Auction Market, North Yorkshire
Auctioneers - United Auctions Stirling in conjunction with CCM Auctions, Skipton
The sale is the largest of its kind in the breeds history . The herd has a record of high performance underpinned by an excellent health status being a member of the HiHealth Herdcare Scheme and is from a TB 4 area.
Viewing days are planned for the summer at Windy Pike Farm , Gisburn, Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 4HZ. 
Herd background and health status on:

Herd Health Declaration Forms
 for each breed can be downloaded from the links below and should be sent direct  to the relevant breed society
Beef Shorthorn - British Blue - Charolais -  Simmental - Blonde - Limousin - 
Aberdeen-Angus Salers - Hereford - Luing - Highland

NBA Terms and Conditions relating to Charolais, Simmental, Limousin and Beef Shorthorn

Accommodation -  Find hotels & B&Bs in the Stirling area 

Bull Sales Catalogues

International Sale of Dunlouise Aberdeen-Angus Cattle - 26 June 2017    

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