One of Britain’s largest pedigree beef herds, which takes its name from the Scottish Isle of Luing, where the cattle are bred, is commercially managed in a New Zealand-style system. This closed herd of 325 pedigree breeding females live outside all year round. From the outset, they have been selected for low-cost productivity, ease of management and functionality. See also: Why more beef farmers are switching to Luings The resident farmer is Shane Cadzow, whose late father, also Shane, was the […]