Show season well underway
BWCS elects new President
Semen exported to Hungary
Cirencester Market 5th August
ENTRIES CLOSE 14TH JULY
Melton Mowbray Market 8th & 9th September
PAPER ENTRIES CLOSE 30TH JULY
ONLINE ENTRIES CLOSE 6TH AUGUST
Semen from four British White bulls is on the way to a cattle producer in Hungary for use in a breeding programme with predominantly Angus females. Straws in the shipment will be from Castleton Kerfuffle (pictured), Hevingham Polaris, Smarden Trident and De Beauvoir Huckleberry Finn. The Society looks forward to seeing new British White progeny in Central Europe!
British White classes have so far been held at the South Suffolk, Royal Bath and West, South of England, Aberystwyth and Royal Three Counties shows, with British Whites also having major success in mixed breed classes at three more shows in seven days, including Hartoak Ellie (pictured) from Oaklands College winning the section Championship at the Herts County Show.
After a tremendously supportive and engaging term as BWCS President, Mrs Nicole Kevill has stepped down as of the AGM held on 15th October 2016. Elected to take on the role is Mr Mick Wright, owner of the Castleton herd and current longest-standing member of the BWCS. Pictured are Executive Committee Chairman Henry Cator (right) congratulating new BWCS President Mick Wright (left) on his appointment.