Noel Mc Goldrick from just outside Drumlish in County Longford has been elected as the President of the Irish Charolais Cattle Society. Noel owns the Cloonohill Pedigree Charolais herd, which he set up in 1999. He has served on Council for three years now, having been elected to Council in 2016. During that time he has served as Treasurer of the Society. The Longford man is passionate about the Charolais breed and is excited about what the future holds for Charolais Cattle.
Newly elected President of the ICCS, Noel Mc Goldrick
Mattie Kelly from Newbridge, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway will take over the role as Treasurer. Mattie runs the Cloughbrack Pedigree Charolais herd which he set up in 1993. He was elected to Council in 2018, having served as Chairman of the Galway Charolais Club for many years.
Newly elected Treasurer of the ICCS, Mattie Kelly
Christy Comerford from Castlewarren, Co. kilkenny was re-elected as Vice President of the Society. Christy runs the well known Knockmahon pedigree and commercial Charolais herd. He was elected to Council in 2017 and has served as Vice President of the Society since March 2018.
Vice President of the ICCS, Christy Comerford