The Elfeet Charolais herd based in Newtowncashel, Co. Longford, will be offering for sale 15 pedigree Charolais cows, with 17 calves and two young Charolais bulls in Elphin Mart on next Monday the 18th of December at 7.30 pm. All animals are pedigree registered. This herd has performed very well over the years in sales throughout Ireland and offers a range of new and existing bloodlines. Sires include Cavelands Fenian, Fistion, Prime Roberto, CF 52, Derryolam Impeccable, Tombapik, Alwent Goldbar, Inverlochy Ferdie, Thrunton Bonjovi, Pirate, Major and many others..
This is a genuine herd which will offer lots of value and quality…
For information contact Michael Casey 0862521809
The Donegal Charolais Club meeting which was scheduled to take place on Thursday the 23rd of November, will now take place on Thursday the 7th of December, at 8 pm in the Villa Rose Hotel, Ballybofey. The agenda for the night will be the presentation of awards and the annual review. Society Secretary, Nevan Mc Kiernan will also give an update from the Society.
Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome!!
On Thursday afternoon, representatives from the Charolais Society met with the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Phil Hogan. They discussed various issues regarding suckling farming in Ireland and the obstacles facing our Suckler farmers today.
From left to right, Council members, Noel Mc Goldrick, Alan Wood, Christy Comerford, President of the ICCS, Kevin Maguire, EU Commissioner, Phil Hogan and Secretary of the ICCS, Nevan Mc Kiernan.