Luings Cattle Society

The Luing Cattle Society

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Luing Cattle Society

Why Luings? The Luing breed has much to offer as the hill and upland sector of British agriculture seeks to offset higher feed, labour and building costs. Developed as a cow breed for purely commercial purposes, the Luing continues to fill a critical gap in beef production.

The Luing is extremely hardy and an efficient and fertile mother. Its ability to rear a suitable calf in adverse weather conditions is widely renowned. With good sound feet and a strong bone structure its considerable merits guarantee a good investment and currently place it high on many farmers' wish lists.

Latest News

OPEN DAY 2022

19/08/2022


Glen Finglas, Callander

OPEN DAY 2022 - The Luing Cattle Society in conjunction with The Woodland Trust Scotland, and Janet Pringle invite you to add a diary date for 19th August 2022 to visit Glen Finglas, Callander.


Premier Sale 2022 – Wallets Marts, Castle Douglas – 11th February 2022

11/02/2022


PREMIER SALE - Wallets Marts, Castle Douglas - 11th February 2022 - The sale saw two records broken, the first by a considerable margin, when William Graham and Son, Craigdarroch sold Craigdarroch Zico to Kedzlie Farms for 32,000 gns. That sale broke the previous record set by Nunnerie Xenon who sold to T. Renwick & Sons, Blackhouse for 25,000 gns in 2020. The best of the bulling heifers also saw a record tumble, when D & A Barr sold a pair of bulling heifers by Benhar Tweed to AC Burke and Mike Halligan for 3600 gns apiece. D & A Barr also held the previous record set in 2007 when they sold a pair of bulling heifers for 3400 gns.

Download: PREMIER SALE 2022 - Report

Cadzow Bros Annual Production Sale – United Auctions, Oban – 13th November 2021

13/11/2021


Cadzow Bros, Isle of Luing, in conjunction with United Auctions, Oban (November 13th) sold 93 pedigree Luing cattle at their 3rd Annual Production Sale.  Although averages for most types of females was back on last year’s trade, brisk bidding saw the lots disperse widely across the UK and Wales. Rising 2 year old purebred heifers in calf to a variety of Luing genetics, due in spring 2021, were most keenly sought after averaging 1679gns for 29 sold.

Download: Cadzow Bros 3rd Annual Production Sale - Report