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2019 marks 100 years of pedigree recording for the British White breed, the first Herd Book having been published in 1919. There will be three Centenary Celebration events held to honour the occasion at the Royal Three Counties, Royal Norfolk and Royal Welsh shows, where we hope you will join us!


To see the full programme of events for 2019 click here

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The Society Spring Sale of British White breeding cattle and stores took place on Saturday 13th April at Melton Mowbray Market. The Society wishes to thank all vendors, purchasers and supporters for attending this second annual Spring event which we hope will continue to grow in years to come!


Top price on the day was paid for 20-month-old Nidderdale Eve, a smart maiden heifer from Mr A Fisher, selling for 1400gns (£1470) to Mr D Carey, Leicestershire.


Repeat purchasers G W Swales & Son picked up a nice draft of four 12-month-old heifers from Dr S Bevan, plus one 2016-born heifer from Mr J Hair, averaging 638gns (£670) a head as replacement breeding females for their commercial suckler herd in Cambridgeshire.


In the store section, it was Mr Lunn of Yorkshire who purchased the bulk of the steers and heifers for 'The Horny Cow', a beef outlet selling quality rare and native breed beef in store and online. Six steers averaged 478gns (£502) and four heifers averaged 590gns (£620).