First ever British Charolais bull heads to Germany

 

The first ever British Charolais bull has been exported to Germany, leaving Dumfriesshire at the weekend.

 

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Swalesmoor Comet, bred by Swalesmoor Charolais is a 21month old Dingle Hofmeister so and out of the 13,000gns Maerdy Neptune sired Logie Romany who was bred by Swalesmoor herd manager, Iain Campbell.

 

Comet is within the breeds top 25% for both terminal Index 26 and Self Rpelacing Index 30, and he scores within the top 15% on Calving Ease.

 

His full brother, Swalesmorr Cannon won Royal Highland M&S Elite Beefbreeder champion and sold in Pert for 7500gns.

 

Comet joins the Reidmann Family’s 8000 acre beef breeding enterprise near Stieton, North Germany.