United Kingdom 2004

16th International Limousin Congress 2004

1st – 13th August 2004

ILC show held at Beef Expo 2004

Around 5000 people attended the ILC show held at Beef Expo 2004, at the Royal Highland Showground. Crowds were enthralled from the moment the show opened, until the last class was judged. All the judging, which saw over 300 cattle judged by Paul Byas, took place in one mammoth session. results>>


Grahams UnbeatableTop price at the Elite sale was Grahams Unbeatable from the renowned herd of R & J Graham, Bridge of Allan, Stirling. The hammer finally fell at 35,000gns. ..more>>


ILC2004ILC Visits

The ALEXANDERS of Perthshire

A team of 24 pedigree Limousin bulls, mainly red, some black and a few red with black genetics, are the service squad for a breeding herd of 800 Limousin blooded cows, thought to be the largest commercial Limousin enterprise in Britain. [more]


To be a pedigree Limousin heifer in the Chatsworth herd means spending the summer grazing in stunning parkland which was laid out by Capability Brown in front of the magnificent Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, recently voted England’s finest stately home, and the destination of over 2 million visitors in 2003. [more]


In the late 1950’s teenager Robert Graham was milk boy for the family producer/retailer milk business, based at Bridge of Allan near Stirling. This eager, early rising youngster had never heard of Limousin cattle. [more]


The Nattress family of Lanchester, Co. Durham, have totally entrusted their future livelihood to their pedigree “Greenwell” herd of Limousins. [more]


The views from Hudscales farm, 1000 feet high, near Hesket Newmarket in the Lake District National Park, are truly stunning. To the north you see well over the English/Scottish border to Dumfriesshire’s Solway Coast. To the west, the view stretches across half of Cumbria – to the mountains of the Pennine Chain. [more]

The ROBERTSONS of Northumberland

One of the largest teams of working Limousin bulls in England is owned by brothers David and Iain Robertson of Alnwick, Northumberland. [more]


One of the most famous bulls in the Limousin breed – Broadmeadows Cannon, is just one of the many fine cattle which have played a major role in the history of the Ronick pedigree herd. [more]


The International Limousin Congress will visit Whinfellpark herd on the morning of Monday, August 9th 2004. [more