Beef Shorthorn Society announces new structuring

Beef Shorthorn Society announces new structuring

The Beef Shorthorn Society has announced new structural arrangements from 7 April, with the appointment of its own secretary and accompanying administration. The decision was made by the society’s board of directors, after sharing arrangements with the Shorthorn Society for the last 35 years.

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Development Day 2017

Beef Shorthorn Development Day 2017

We are delighted to confirm that this year's development day will take place on Saturday 12th August by kind permission of James Porter of the Uppermill herd (Lisburn, Northern Ireland).

A trip to the Glenarm estate will take place the following morning and so the weekend is set to be a fantastic showcase for young, new and existing Beef Shorthorn Society members and friends.

Please contact Tina Russell on: 07711 810354 to register your interest.

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Beef Student of the Year launched with £3k at stake

Beef Student of the Year launched with £3k at stake

Beef Shorthorn Society searches for top student
 
The Beef Shorthorn Society has launched Beef Student of the Year, a first time award open to those studying agriculture or a related course at a UK agricultural college or university.

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Can you help?

Can you help? Mr. Werner Lampert, Austria, who has published the coffe-table-book "Unberührte Schönheit. Reisen zu den ursprünglichsten Kühen der Welt“ (which means "Pristine Beauty. Journeys to the most original cows in the world“) is planning a trip to the UK to photograph Shorthorn cattle in March. He would like to talk to members in the South West of the Country.

Please contact his assistant if you can help: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Beef Shorthorn step into the City of London

British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ chaplain, Geoff Dodgson with Tina Russell, Emma Smith and Philip Wynn, Master of the Worshipful Company of Farmers

British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ chaplain, Geoff Dodgson with Tina Russell, Emma Smith and Philip Wynn, Master of the Worshipful Company of Farmers

Leading a celebration of British livestock

Beef Shorthorn demonstrated its natural docility when we took two, eight month old youngsters in to the heart of the City of London to head up a Seasonal Celebration of British Livestock.

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