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Stirling Agricultural Centre,
Stirling, FK9 4RN
Telephone: 01786 473055
Email: [email protected]

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The world-famous Perth Bull Sales were established in 1865.  They now take place at the Company's headquarters at Stirling and in July 2012 were officially renamed as the Stirling Bull Sales to reflect the new location. The Stirling 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, Salers and Highland.  

 

Galbraith Stirling Bull Sales - February 2021

Aberdeen-Angus, Beef Shorthorn, British Blonde, British Blue, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin, Lincoln Red, Luing, Maine Anjou, Salers & Simmental

Closing date Friday 27 November - sale dates to be confirmed after closing date

Consignors should enter online through our website www.uagroup.co.uk.   Limousin consignors should enter on www.taurusdata.co.uk 

Herd health declarations for each breed can be found below – please send direct to the relevant breed society  

The entry fee is £60 per head (£50 + VAT)

 

Herd Health Declaration Forms

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
> Limousin
> Aberdeen-Angus
> Salers
> Hereford 
> Highland
 

NBA Terms and Conditions

NBA Terms and Conditions - Relating to Charolais, Simmental, Limousin, Beef Shorthorn and Aberdeen-Angus
> Download T&Cs

 

Accommodation

Find hotels & B&Bs in the Stirling area 
> Download accommodation guide

> VisitScotland website

 

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