February 11, 2013

Regions / Breeders

The Regional Structure

The Society has developed a Regional Structure to best serve its membership and commercial customers. Within each region there is a chairman and secretary who arrange meetings, open days, farm walk, flock visits and social events. If you require information please contact the regional officers in your area.

Click on the map below to find breeders in your area with stock for sale. The list for each region contains those breeders with registered stock as at January 2019.

Scotland North of England East of England Central England Wales South West England Northern Ireland & Overseas

If you would like help sourcing suitable animals, then please give your regional officer a call. If you are looking for Performance Recorded stock then go to the Breed Development – Performance Recorded Flocks tab above.

If you would like to advertise you sheep on this page, then please contact office@charollaissheep.com to request details.

Below are links to the websites of individual Charollais Breeders.  Click on the link to visit their site.

BREEDER

FLOCK

(Click link to view site)

William and Carole Ingram, Aberdeenshire LOGIE DURNO CHAROLLAIS
Charles and Stephen Marwood, North Yorkshire FOULRICE CHAROLLAIS
Neil Oughton, Gloucestershire LOWERYE CHAROLLAIS
Andrew and Jan Walton, Cheshire RAINBOW CHAROLLAIS
Robert and Jeanette Gregory, Shropshire EDSTASTON CHAROLLAIS
Drew and Stephen Cowan, Northern Ireland. TULLYEAR CHAROLLAIS
Charles Sercombe, Leicestershire DALBY CHAROLLAIS
Mark and Margie Rushbrooke, Worcestershire BRETTLES CHAROLLAIS
Emyr Hughes, Pembrokeshire BRONWYDD CHAROLLAIS
Norman McMordie, Northern Ireland RIVERDALE CHAROLLAIS
Amy Pedrick, Devon CHURCHILL CHAROLLAIS
Mike and Melanie Alford, Devon FOXHILL CHAROLLAIS
Christopher and Pippa Hawes, Oxon GRANGE CHAROLLAIS
J Ryan & Miss M Price, Hereford OAKCHURCH CHAROLLAIS
Mr Jan Boomaars, Woldingham VEXOUR CHAROLLAIS

 

 

 

Photography
Many of the images on this site have been taken by Livestock Photographer, Tim Scrivener. More of his work can be viewed at http://www.agriphoto.com/

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