The Tullyridge Limousin herd is owned by Brendan Crawley who farms at Tully, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon. Pedigree breeding Limousin cattle since 1997, selecting the most productive and milky females to retain in the herd and mating these with proven AI bulls and select stock bulls. Their first online timed auction will consist of the full crop of 2019 pedigree female calves. They should all go on to be good productive cows with longevity. Brendan welcomes on-farm viewing pre-sale day and arrangements can be made via the auction platform contact numbers.
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Embryo 1 the current bid is €300.00 bidding will close at 7:00 pm today Sunday 26th Sept. 2021
They sell on Wednesday 29th September, contact Anthony Dockery on 086 826 4868 to arrange a viewing. Full details of pedigree breeding, videos, images and description available to view at Pedigree Sales
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Sells Sunday, Sept. 26th
Bred by County Clare breeder Patrick Keane, this is a fantastic young heifer, she has eye appeal backed up with a fantastic frame structure. Out of a well-made & productive beef Shorthorn cow and sired by Buncraggy Firefox. Could this be your 2022 show or breeding project?
Four fabulous young breeding bulls are now online and open for bids from breeder Anthony Dockery.
Trueman & Lynderg 2021
Sale Champion Winning Bid £16,000.00 Guineas Trueman Rosanna
Right from the heart of the Trueman & Lynderg herds
At 1:00 PM today Lot #1 closes with the highest bidder securing this wonderful in-calf heifer from Jim Quail's herd.
Trueman & Lynderg
We are delighted to announce bidding is now live for an amazing selection of 21 Pedigree Limousin cattle right from the heart of the Trueman & Lynderg herds.