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HARRISON & HETHERINGTON Farmstock Auctioneers, Brokers & Valuers

The UK’s Leading Livestock Marketing Company Seven Sale Centres Pedigree & Commercial Livestock Official Society Sales of Beef, Dairy & Sheep Tractors, Machinery & Commercial Vehicles Specialist Livestock Sales, Equine & Events Professional Valuations

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Catalogue for

The British Simmental Cattle Society Limited

‘LEADING LADIES’ SIMMENTAL FEMALE SALE of

21 BRITISH SIMMENTAL BREEDING CATTLE (sold under BSCS Auction Rules & Conditions of Sale)

comprising 7 served heifers 14 maiden heifers

Saturday 14th September 2013 Judging - 9.30am Sale - 11.00am

Auctioneers

Head Office: Borderway Mart Rosehill Carlisle CA1 2RS Telephone: 01228 406230 – Fax: 01228 406231 E-mail: info@borderway.com Website: www.harrisonandhetherington.co.uk


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS SETTLEMENT & CLEARANCE OF STOCK Please note that all lots must be settled on the day of purchase Completion of a buyers slip is essential for parties who have not dealt with the company before New customers and agents wishing to purchase on behalf of another party must contact the companys main office 48 hours prior to a sale No Lots can leave the market without a ‘pass slip’ being issued by the main office

Purchasers From Outside The United Kingdom Invoices will be raised in pounds sterling. We request that payment is made to us in pounds sterling by cheque/bankers draft on the day of sale. Card facilities are available (2% surcharge on credit cards)


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ALL LOTS MUST BE SETTLED ON THE DAY OF PURCHASE Parties who have not dealt with the company before should complete the undernoted form and hand it in to the auctioneers’ clerk when a purchase is made.

Please fold and detach along this perforation

Alternatively it can be sent to the main office in advance of the sale.

SALE ........................................................................................................................................................................ DATE ........................................................................................................................................................................ TRADING NAME ................................................................................................................................................... PARTNERS NAMES (if applicable) ................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... FULL POSTAL ADDRESS .................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................... POSTCODE ............................................................................................................................................................. Tel. No ................................................................................................................................................................... H&H ACCOUNT No. (if known) ......................................................................................................................... HOLDING NO. ........................................................................................................................................................ HERD/FLOCK PREFIX .......................................................................................................................................... LOT NUMBER(s) ....................................................................................................................................................


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2013 LIST OF ACCOMMODATION WITHIN EASY REACH OF BORDERWAY MART Farm House Accommodation Mrs P Armstrong, Longlands, Greenwoodside, Kirklinton, Carlisle CA6 6DL Tel: 01228 675130 Mrs M Harris, Whitbarrow Farm, Berrier, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0XB Tel: 01768 483366 Mrs D Nicholson, Gill Farm, Blackford, Carlisle. CA6 4EL Tel: 01228 675326 Mr & Mrs D Stobart, Gladmuir, Broomfallen Road, Scotby, Carlisle CA4 8DG Tel: 01228 513406

Guest House Accommodation Abbey Court Guest House, 24 London Road, Carlisle CA1 2EL Tel: 01228 528696 Cherry Grove Guest House, 87 Petteril Street, Carlisle CA1 2AW Tel: 01228 541942 Cornerways Guest House, 107 Warwick Road, Carlisle CA1 1EA Tel: 01228 521733 Crossroads House, Brisco, Carlisle CA4 0QZ Tel: 01228 528994 Lynette Graham, Hollyside Lodge, Cumwhinton, Carlisle. CA4 8DL Tel: 01228 562272 James & Elaine Knox, The Steading, Townhead Farm, Houghton, Carlisle. CA6 4JB Tel: 01228 523019 Howard Lodge Guest House, 90 Warwick Road, Carlisle CA1 1JU Tel: 01228 529842 Langleigh and Derwentlea, 6 & 14 Howard Place, Carlisle CA1 1HR Tel: 01228 530440 Town House B&B, 153 Warwick Road, Carlisle CA1 1LU Tel: 01228 598782

Hotels Angus Hotel 14-16 Scotland Road, Carlisle CA3 9DG Tel: 01228 523546 *Carlisle Swallow Hilltop Hotel, London Road, Carlisle CA1 2NS Tel: 01228 529255 *Crown Hotel, Station Road, Wetheral, Carlisle Tel: 01228 561888 Farlam Hall, Country House Hotel, Brampton, Cumbria Tel: 016977 46234 Pinegrove Hotel, 262 London Road, Carlisle CA1 2QS Tel: 01228 524828 Smiths Hotel Gretna Green, Headless Cross, Gretna Green, Dumfries & Galloway DG12 5EA Tel: 01461 337007 *Customers of H&H offered a Special Rate Also log onto www.harrisonandhetherington.co.uk for further details of accommodation.


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BIO SECURITY RULES HARRISON & HETHERINGTON LIMITED, BORDERWAY MART, CARLISLE Notice to all Visitors and Traders Please read and observe the following: Excessive dirty vehicles will not be allowed entry, therefore ensure vehicle is clean before arrival.

All vehicles transporting livestock will be subject to a documentation check before entry to market site.

All visitors and traders must ensure they wear clean clothing and footwear before entering market site.

All visitors and traders using car park areas please use main entrance.

Hauliers and farmers delivering livestock must disinfect their boots before and after loading or unloading.

Livestock purchased or unsold will not be allowed to move unless an authorised “pass slip” has been issued by the main office.

No livestock will be allowed to remain on the premises after a sale.

Only staff, livestock hauliers, owners or their agents are permitted to load or unload livestock.

Wash hands thoroughly when leaving pennage areas.

Please observe our staff’s instructions at all times. Our on site Biosecurity Officer, Stuart Graham, will only be too pleased to give you assistance.

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General Information & Sale Notes LOCATION: The Sale will be held in the Borderway Mart, Carlisle Cumbria. Motorists should leave the M6 at Junction 43 and follow CARLISLE signs. The market is on the left hand side of the road within 1/4 mile of M6. Timetable of Events:Friday 13th September

Arrival of stock

1pm - 5pm

Saturday 14th September Arrival of stock 7am - 8am Inspection of Stock 7.30am - 8.30am Judging 9.30am Sale 11.00am HOTELS: There are many hotels within the area, ranging from four star to excellent Bed and Breakfast accommodation, a list of which may be found on page 4. CONDITIONS OF SALE : The Sale is held subject to the Auction Rules and Conditions of the BSCS together with the Auctioneers’ General Conditions of Sale, both available on request. In the event of any discrepancy between the two sets of conditions, the N.B.A. Conditions of Sale shall prevail. INSURANCE: A representative of the H&H Insurance Brokers Ltd, will be present at the sale and will be pleased to quote Purchasers for transit and other risks. METHOD OF SALE: All cattle will be sold in guineas (105 pence) and strictly in catalogue order, unless any alteration is announced by the Auctioneers. COMMISSIONS: The Auctioneers will dutifully execute commissions to purchase for buyers unable to attend the sale personally, upon receipt of written instructions. PEDIGREE TRANSFERS: Pedigree Certificates will accompany the animal from the sale. All Transfers will be processed automatically from the office for all member purchases. SETTLEMENT AND CLEARANCE OF STOCK: Settlement in full is due immediately at the close of Sale. No animal may leave the Sale Premises without an official ‘Pass Slip’, obtainable only from the Auctioneers upon settlement. ANIMAL WELFARE: Vendors and Purchasers should note the CODE OF PRACTICE published by the Livestock Auctioneers’ Market Committee for England and Wales IS OPERATIVE IN BORDERWAY MART and that weakly, unhealthy or injured stock will be refused entry by the Auctioneers. Enquiries should be directed through the market office to the Auctioneers’ ANIMAL HEALTH & WELFARE OFFICER.


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Important Notice to Vendors ARRIVAL OF STOCK - As per timetable of events (page 6). PRE-SALE INSPECTION: Every animal will be subject to a full veterinary inspection and panel inspection. All animals have been On-Farm Society Inspected. Animals infected by the contagious diseased ringworm etc, will not be accepted for sale unless accompanied by a vet’s certificate indicating that treatment has been given and the condition is no longer contagious. The inspection will be co-ordinated by the stewards who will require animals to be brought before the appointed inspector. The inspectors decision will be final and binding. Any animal which fails any part of the pre-sale inspection, will have their ticket red spray marked. These animals will be eligible to remain in their allocated pens but must not have their spray marked numbers removed. Any vendor or his representative failing to comply with this will be subject to disciplinary action by the Society. Estimated Breeding Value (EBV’s) - All animals entered will automatically have Breedplan information published in the sale catalogue. All entries must have the following qualifying figures - breed average terminal and SR indexes as of -01/02/12 Terminal index-+59 and Self Replacing index+65. All entries must be from Performance Recording Herds.UDDERS - The attention of Purchasers is drawn to the fact that the British Simmental Cattle Society’s Conditions of Sale, in common with other Beef Breed Societies, do NOT include a specific warranty that females are sold as being “sound” in udder and teats. All known udder faults will, however, be announced. TATTOO MARKS/UK TAGS - All cattle entered for the Sale will have their tattoo marks/UK Tags examined as an integral part of the pre sale inspection procedure. Any marks found to have faulty, incorrect or illegible marks will be REJECTED from the Sale. Vendors are therefore urged, in their own best interests, to examine the tattoo marks of Sale cattle before the animal(s) leave their farm, so that faulty marks can be rectified in accordance with the required Society procedures. DNA TYPING OF STATED SIRES WHEN SELLING FEMALES IN CALF As from 1st October 2008 it will be the Vendor’s responsibility to have a Sire DNA typed if the vendor is selling Females in-calf to a stated sire. If the Sire is no longer available and has not been DNA typed it is the Vendor’s responsibility to declare this in the Sales catalogue. (This rule also applies to Private Sales). To clarify: if a Sire is not DNA typed the Society cannot register his progeny. To obtain a sire profile without the sire, 5 progeny and their dams have to be DNA typed, this is 10 DNA profiles at a cost of £23.10 + VAT each. The purchaser must be made aware by the vendor of the potential registration problems and costs. RESERVE PRICES: Vendors shall have the right to refuse to accept the final bid for their animals. The auctioneers reserve the right to charge half commission on the amount of the final bid in the case of animals which fail to reach the Vendors reserve price. SOCIETY LEVY - A Special Levy of 1½% of the sale price (after deduction of commission) will be charged by the Society in respect of all sales. Such levy will be deducted from the proceeds of sale by the Auctioneers before settlement. All animals will be sold in guineas (105 pence) and a commission of 5% will be charged by the Auctioneers on all sales. No animal may be sold privately before being passed through the auction ring and FULL COMMISSION will be charged on the sale of any animal sold by private treaty after the auction. All such transactions MUST BE PASSED THROUGH THE AUCTIONEERS OFFICE.


8 THE STEWARDS have the authority to reject any unruly animal from the Show and, at their discretion, from the Sale. EVERY ANIMAL FORWARD FOR SHOW MUST BE PROVIDED WITH A SERVICEABLE HALTER, which will become the property of the Purchaser. White coats must be worn during judging. PRIZE MONEY - will be withheld unless the winners are sold, either by auction or private treaty. STRAW: A limited amount of bedding stray will be provided by the Auctioneers free of charge. Additional straw, if required, may be purchased from the Auctioneers.

THE BRITISH SIMMENTAL CATTLE SOCIETY National Agricultural Centre Stoneleigh, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 2LG Neil Shand, Breed Secretary Tel: 02476 696513 Fax: 02476 696724 www.britishsimmental.co.uk

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANY ANIMALS TO THE SALE PREMISES and are handed to the Auctioneers upon the arrival to the market.

DECLARATION FORM CATTLE PASSPORT, CID / CCD, CTS ANY ANIMAL NOT IN POSSESSION OF THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE OFFERED FOR SALE. PLEASE NOTE IT IS ILLEGAL TO MOVE ANY ANIMAL WITHOUT THEIR RESPECTIVE PASSPORT DOCUMENTATION.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PURCHASERS

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This Sale is held subject to recommended Conditions of Sale of the National Beef Association.

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This Sale is held subject to the Special Terms and Conditions of Sale recommended for Sales of Pedigree Beef Cattle by the National Beef Association. The preparation of these Terms and Conditions has proved a lengthy and costly process and, in order to defray the legal and other costs involved, and to provide a continuing source of revenue to assist the Association in its vital work for pedigree cattle breeders, The Committee of the NBA have agreed that the following levy to be charged between the vendor and purchaser as follows – Bull Warranty - £3 to the vendor and £3 to the purchaser, Female Warranty - £2 to the vendor and £2 to the purchaser, Each amount will be plus VAT and be charged to the relevant vendor and purchaser accounts.


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Schedule of Classes Judge - Mr John Moore - Omorga Herd Church Road, Coolesker, Omagh, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland Steward – Scott Donaldson

Class

1st

2nd 3rd

1

Heifer in-calf

£50

£30 £20

2

Senior Maiden Heifer

£50

£30 £20

3

Junior Maiden Heifer

£50

£30 £20

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UNDERSTANDING THE BREEDPLAN PERFORMANCE RECORDING INFORMATION IN THIS CATALOGUE Only British Simmental GROUP BREEDPLAN EBVs or INTERIM EBVs with Accuracy (Acc) can be validly compared between herds.

ESTIMATED BREEDING VALUES (EBVS) The EBV is the best estimate of an animal's genetic merit for that trait and they are to be used as a tool to assist in the selection of sires, the visual appearance remains very important.

ACCURACY An accuracy value is presented with every EBV and gives an indication of the amount of information that has been used in the calculation of that EBV. The higher the accuracy the lower the likelihood of change in the animal's EBV as more information is analysed for that animal or it's relatives.

CALVING EASE Calving Ease EBVs are based on calving difficulty scores, birth weights and gestation length information. More positive EBVs are favourable and indicate easier calving. DIR: Direct calving ease indicates how this animal influences the birth of its progeny.

Calving Ease (DIR) EBVs are estimates of genetic differences in the ability of a sire’s calves to be born unassisted from 2 year old heifers. The EBVs are reported as differences in the percentage of unassisted calvings. Higher, more positive, Calving Ease (DIR) EBVs are more favourable. For example, a bull with an EBV of +5.0% would be expected, on average, to produce 3% fewer difficult calvings from 2 year old heifers than a bull with an EBV of –1.0% (6% difference between the sires, then halved as they only contribute half the genetics). Cow condition is a significant factor on the ability and ease of calving.

DTRS: Daughter’s calving ease indicates how well the animal produces daughters that have easier calving.

Calving Ease (DTRS) EBVs are estimates of genetic differences in the ability of a sire’s daughters to calve at 2 years of age without assistance. The EBVs are also reported as differences in the percentage of unassisted calvings. Higher, more positive, Calving Ease (DTRS) EBVs are more favourable. For example, a bull with an EBV of +4.0% would be expected to on average produce daughters that have 3% less calving problems when calving at 2 years of age than the daughters of a bull with an EBV of – 2.0%. Continued use of sires with easy calving daughters may reduce the size of the cows and average pelvic area in the herd


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BIRTH AND FERTILITY GL: Gestation Length EBV (days) is based on AI records. Lower (negative) GL EBVs indicate shorter gestation lengths which generally relate to easier calving and increased growth after birth.

For example, a bull with a Gestation Length EBV of –2 days would be expected to produce calves that are born earlier, and more easily, than a bull with a Gestation Length EBV of +2 days.

BWT: Birth Weight EBV (kg) is based on the measured birth weight of animals, adjusted for dam age. The lower the value the lighter the calf at birth and the lower the likelihood of a difficult birth. This is particularly important when selecting sires for use over heifers. Birth Weight EBVs are

expressed in kilograms (kg) and are calculated based on weights of calves taken at birth. Small, or moderate, Birth Weight EBVs are more favourable. For example, a bull with a Birth Weight EBV of +2 kg would be expected to produce lighter calves at birth than a bull with a Birth Weight EBV of +6 kg, with a lower risk of a difficult birth. Please note, whilst low Birth Weight EBVs are favoured for calving ease they are also generally associated with lower overall growth potential. Consequently, birth weight and growth need to be carefully balanced. Fortunately, animals can be found that have both moderate Birth Weight EBVs and above average EBVs for later growth.

SS: Scrotal Size EBV (cm) is an indicator of male fertility in regards to semen quality and quantity.Higher (positive) EBVs indicate higher fertility. Increased scrotal circumference is

associated with increased semen production in bulls, and earlier age at puberty of bull and heifer progeny. Increased scrotal circumference also has a favourable relationship with days to calving, such that bulls with larger scrotal circumference tend to have daughters with shorter days to calving. For example, a bull with a Scrotal Size EBV of +4 cm would be expected to produce sons with larger testicles at yearling age and daughters that reach puberty earlier than the progeny of a bull with a Scrotal Size EBV of -4 cm.

GROWTH MILK: 200 Day Milk EBVs are estimates an animal's maternal effect on the 200 day weight of its calf. In the case of sires, this estimates the maternal effect that his daughters will have on the 200 day weight of their progeny. The 200 Day Milk EBV is expressed as kilograms (kg) of calf live weight at 200 days (ie. the expected difference in the weight of the calf at 200 days due to the maternal effect (milk) of the cow). The 200 Day Milk EBV is calculated by partitioning the difference in the 200 day weight of calves into growth and milk components.

The optimum level of milk production potential among beef cows is dependent upon the production system and environment in which the cows are run. Selection for increased milk production may be warranted when cows are run under good nutritional conditions and calves are sold as weaners. However, some environments may not support high milking cows.


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Larger, more positive, 200 Day Milk EBVs are generally more favourable, depending on the environment. For example, a bull with a 200 Day Milk EBV of +15 kg would be expected to sire daughters with higher milk production than a bull with 200 Day Milk EBV of +5 kg. This higher milk production potential should be reflected through higher weaning weights among the daughter's calves.

200: 200-Day Growth EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of animals taken between 80 and 300 days of age. Values are adjusted to 200 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for growth to early ages. 400: 400-Day Weight EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of progeny taken between 301 and 500 days of age, adjusted to 400 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for yearling weight. 600: 600-Day Weight EBV (kg) is calculated from the weight of progeny taken between 501 and 900 days of age, adjusted to 600 days and for dam age. This EBV is the best single estimate of an animal's genetic merit for growth beyond yearling age.

CARCASE CWT: Carcase Weight EBV (kg) estimates the genetic difference in carcase weight at a standard age of 650 days. EMA: Eye Muscle Area EBV (cm2) estimates genetic differences in eye muscle area of a 300kg dressed carcase. More positive EBVs indicate better muscling on animals. Larger, more positive,

EMA EBVs are generally more favourable. For example, a bull with an EMA EBV of +4 cm2 would be expected to produce steer progeny with a greater degree of muscle expression than a bull with an EMA EBV of +1 cm2.

RIB: Rib Fat EBV (mm) estimates the genetic differences in fat depth at the rib in a 300kg dressed carcase. More positive EBVs indicate more subcutaneous fat and earlier maturity. RBY%: Retail Beef Yield Percent EBV (%) represents total (boned out) meat yield as a percentage of a 300kg dressed carcase. A more positive EBV indicates higher percentage yield for the 300kg carcase size.

Terminal Index The BSCS Terminal index is aimed at a commercial herd using Simmental bulls over large framed, mixed breed cows to breed steers and heifers to turn off at 16 months of age. All progeny are destined for slaughter and no replacement females are selected from within the herd. There is some emphasis on calving ease while finishing steers at around 630 kg live weight (335 kg carcase weight) using a pasture based production system supplemented with extra rations during the finishing phase. Use this index in a commercial herd to produce progeny for slaughter. The index has moderate emphasis on easier calving (ie getting a live calf with minimal human interference) while producing calves that will then grow quickly to market specifications at around 16 months of age. The index is focused on slaughter animals and does not account for maternal traits and is therefore not suited to breeding replacement females. If you are using smaller framed cows or heifers in your herd, then you should also put extra emphasis on a higher calving ease direct EBV when selecting a sire using this index.


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Self Replacing Index The BSCS Self Replacing index is aimed at a Simmental herd selecting replacement females from within the herd while breeding steers and excess heifers to turn off at 16 months of age. There is emphasis on calving ease and maternal traits while also looking to finish steers for slaughter at around 680 kg live weight (350 kg carcase weight) using a pasture based production system supplemented with extra rations during the finishing phase. This Self Replacing index is also suitable to using Simmental sires over mixed breed cows where replacement females are sourced from within the herd. There may be some hybrid vigour expressed in the progeny depending on the breed type of the cows used. Therefore you should consider placing extra emphasis on the Calving Ease EBVs (more positive) of the sire to allow for possible heavier birth weights of his calves due to hybrid vigour. Use this index in both commercial and pedigree herds where you are balancing the requirements of selecting replacement females while also producing animals for slaughter. The British Simmental GROUP BREEDPLAN Estimated Breeding Values contained in this Sale Catalogue were compiled by the Agricultural Business Research Institute (ABRI) from data supplied by the breeders. Neither the British Simmental Cattle Society nor the ABRI oversee or audit the collection of this data.

British Simmental Percentile Bands for 2011 Born Calves Percentile Band

Calving Calving 200 Ease Ease Gestation Birth Day DIR DTRS Length Wt. Wt (%) (%) (days) (kg) (kg)

400 Day Wt (kg)

600 Mat Eye Retail Terminal Self Day Cow Scrotal Carcase Muscle Fat Beef Production Replacing Wt Wt Milk Size Wt Area Depth Yield IMF Index Index (kg) (kg) (kg) (cm) (kg) (sq cm) (mm) (%) (%) (GBP) (GBP)

Top Value

+14.4

+10.3

-4.1

-2.6 +54 +96 +100 +103 +15

+3.7

+67

+5.9

-2.1

+2.6 +0.7

+113

+130

Top 1%

+7.3

+5.2

-2.0

-0.5 +42 +78 +83 +86 +11

+1.6

+54

+4.5

-1.1

+1.6 +0.3

+91

+102

Top 5%

+5.0

+3.2

-1.2

+0.4 +38 +70 +75 +77

+9

+1.2

+48

+3.8

-0.7

+1.2 +0.2

+81

+92

Top 10%

+3.8

+2.4

-0.8

+0.9 +35 +65 +71 +73

+8

+1.0

+45

+3.5

-0.5

+1.0 +0.1

+77

+85

Top 15%

+3.0

+1.8

-0.6

+1.1 +34 +62 +68 +70

+7

+0.8

+43

+3.3

-0.4

+0.8 +0.1

+73

+82

Top 20%

+2.3

+1.3

-0.4

+1.3 +33 +60 +66 +67

+6

+0.7

+42

+3.2

-0.3

+0.7 +0.1

+70

+78

Top 25%

+1.8

+0.9

-0.3

+1.5 +32 +58 +64 +65

+6

+0.6

+41

+3.1

-0.2

+0.6 +0.0

+68

+76

Top 30%

+1.4

+0.6

-0.2

+1.6 +31 +57 +62 +63

+5

+0.5

+40

+3.0

-0.1

+0.5 +0.0

+66

+73

Top 35%

+0.9

+0.3

+0.0

+1.8 +31 +55 +61 +62

+5

+0.5

+38

+2.9

-0.1

+0.5 +0.0

+64

+71

Top 40%

+0.4

+0.0

+0.1

+1.9 +30 +54 +59 +60

+5

+0.4

+38

+2.8

+0.0

+0.4 +0.0

+62

+69

Top 45%

+0.0

-0.3

+0.2

+2.0 +29 +53 +58 +58

+4

+0.4

+37

+2.7

+0.0

+0.3 +0.0

+60

+67

Top 50%

-0.4

-0.6

+0.3

+2.1 +28 +51 +57 +57

+4

+0.3

+36

+2.6

+0.1

+0.3 -0.1

+59

+65

Top 55%

-0.8

-0.9

+0.4

+2.2 +28 +50 +55 +56

+4

+0.3

+35

+2.6

+0.1

+0.2 -0.1

+57

+63

Top 60%

-1.3

-1.2

+0.5

+2.4 +27 +49 +54 +54

+3

+0.2

+34

+2.5

+0.2

+0.2 -0.1

+55

+61

Top 65%

-1.7

-1.4

+0.6

+2.5 +27 +47 +53 +53

+3

+0.2

+33

+2.4

+0.2

+0.1 -0.1

+54

+59

Top 70%

-2.3

-1.7

+0.7

+2.6 +26 +46 +51 +51

+3

+0.1

+32

+2.4

+0.3

+0.0 -0.2

+52

+57

Top 75%

-2.8

-2.1

+0.8

+2.8 +25 +45 +50 +49

+3

+0.1

+31

+2.3

+0.3

+0.0 -0.2

+50

+55

Top 80%

-3.5

-2.5

+1.0

+3.0 +24 +43 +48 +47

+2

+0.0

+30

+2.2

+0.4

-0.1 -0.2

+48

+53

Top 85%

-4.3

-2.9

+1.1

+3.2 +23 +41 +46 +45

+2

-0.1

+29

+2.1

+0.5

-0.2 -0.3

+46

+51

Top 90%

-5.4

-3.5

+1.3

+3.5 +22 +39 +43 +42

+1

-0.2

+27

+1.9

+0.5

-0.2 -0.4

+44

+47

Top 95%

-7.1

-4.5

+1.6

+4.0 +20 +35 +39 +37

+0

-0.3

+24

+1.7

+0.7

-0.4 -0.5

+40

+42

Top 99%

-10.3

-6.0

+2.3

+5.0 +16 +28 +32 +28

-2

-0.7

+19

+1.1

+1.0

-0.7 -0.7

+30

+32

Low Value -18.1

-10.2

+4.6

+7.4 +2

-7

-2.3

-3

-1.3

+1.9

-1.7 -1.3

-9

-5

-6

+2

-6


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vendors index MR & MRS P B & J A BORLASE (SACOMBE) (BOR01) PERRYWOOD FARM, WATTON-AT-STONE, NR HERTFORD, SG14 2RH • • • • • •

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2012 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of SAC Premium Cattle Health Scheme Herd testing for BVD since 2013 Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 18/07/13 and 15/08/13 Herd testing for Johnes

MR M BREARS & SONS LTD (BEAGHALL) (BRE05) BEAL HOUSE FARM, BEAL, GOOLE, DN14 0SJ • • • • • • • • • • •

208,217,220

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2009 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of SAC Premium Cattle Health Scheme Accredited free from BVD since 2011 Herd testing for BVD since 2010 Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 27/07/13 and 17/08/13 Accredited free from IBR since 2011 Herd testing for IBR since 2010 Accredited free from Lepto since 2011

Herd testing for Lepto since 2010 Accredited free from Johnes since 2011 Herd testing for Johnes since 2010 JIM & PATRICIA GOLDIE (NEWBIEMAINS) (GOL08) NEWBIE MAINS FARM, ANNAN, DUMFRIESSHIRE, DG12 5QY • • • • • • • • •

205

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2013 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of HI Health Routinely vaccinating against BVD Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 15/03/13 and 06/04/13 Routinely vaccinating against IBR since 2013 (Females Only) Herd testing for Johnes since 2011

MR C J G CLARKE (BURGHBRIDGE) (CLA07) VILLA FARM, CRETINGHAM ROAD, OTLEY, IP6 9PB • • • • • • • • •

201,202,209

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2013 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of HI Health Accredited free from BVD Herd testing for BVD since 2011 Herd testing for IBR since 2011 Accredited free from Lepto Herd testing for Lepto since 2011 Accredited free from Johnes Herd testing for Johnes since 2011 Declaration notes : BVD Vac Dates to be confirmed at the time of sale

MR R H CARTER & SON (GERRARD) (CAR05) GERRARD HOUSE, WIGTON,CUMBRIA,CA7 8NR • • • • • • •

214,216

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2010 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of HI Health Accredited free from BVD Herd testing for BVD Routinely vaccinating against BVD Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 13/07/13 and 14/08/13 Routinely vaccinating against Lepto Herd testing for Johnes

206,207


16 MR J GREEN (CORSKIE) (GRE02) M/S W J & J GREEN, CORSKIE, GARMOUTH, FOCHABERS, IV32 7NN • • • • • • • • • • •

203,204,213

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2012 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of HI Health Accredited free from BVD Herd testing for BVD Routinely vaccinating against BVD (Females Only) Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 05/10/12 and 02/11/12 Routinely vaccinating against Lepto Using Leptavoid-H Accredited free from Johnes since 2008 Herd testing for Johnes

MESSRS N & N GWYNNE (CHESTERMANN) (CHE02) GARDEN COTTAGE, CASTLEWIGG FARM, WHITHORN, DG8 8DP

210,212

BODDINGTON ESTATES LTD (STERLING) (HIT02) BODDINGTON ESTATES LTD, THE MANOR, BODDINGTON, GL51 0TJ

211,218

• • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2013 Currently on a 4 year TB testing interval Member of SAC Premium Cattle Health Scheme Accredited free from BVD since 2012 Herd testing for BVD since 2008 Routinely vaccinating against BVD Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 20/02/13 and 18/03/13 Routinely vaccinating against IBR since 2013 Routinely vaccinating against Lepto since 2013 Accredited free from Johnes since 2011 Herd testing for Johnes since 2008

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2012 Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval Member of SAC Premium Cattle Health Scheme Accredited free from BVD Herd testing for BVD Routinely vaccinating against BVD Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 07/03/13 and 01/04/13 Herd testing for IBR Routinely vaccinating against IBR since 2013 (Females Only) Accredited free from Lepto Herd testing for Lepto Herd testing for Johnes

MR R E JONES (BANWY) (JON18) MAESLLYMYSTYN, FOEL, WELSHPOOL, SY21 0NX

215

MR & MRS R J & B E KIMBER (BEANHILL) (KIM01) BEANHILL FARM, CHRISTIAN MALFORD, CHIPPENHAM, SN15 4BS

219,221

• • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • •

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2013 Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval Member of SAC Premium Cattle Health Scheme Accredited free from BVD since 2013 Routinely vaccinating against BVD sale animals only Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 12/06/13 and 04/07/13 Accredited free from Johnes since 2012

Herd last tested clear from TB in 2013 Currently on a 1 year TB testing interval Member of HI Health Accredited free from BVD since 2012 Routinely vaccinating against BVD (Males Only) Sale Animals Compulsory BVD Vaccination Dates for Sale Animals - Females 04/08/13 and 01/09/13 Accredited free from IBR since 2012 Herd testing for Lepto since 2009 Herd testing for Johnes

Disclaimer: The health information above is as supplied by or on behalf of the breeder. The health status of individual animals may differ from the herd declaration. The responsibility for the accuracy of the information rests solely with the breeder and not The British Simmental Cattle Society Ltd.


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Class One - Served Heifers

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CLASS ONE SERVED HEIFERS Lot 201-207 (7 entries) Lot

M BREARS & SONS LTD

201 BEAGHALL HANNAH 5TH F096895 Born 25/11/2010 gs. CLEENAGH FLASHER(M042198) Sire BEAGHALL RIP VAN WINKLE(M066379) gd. BEAGHALL JUNE(F069453) gs. EISENHERZ (PP)(I000353) Dam BEAGHALL HANNAH P 4TH(P)(F083498) gd. BEAGHALL HANNAH 3RD(F074616)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK127042600157

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-4.7 -1.4 -- +2.8 +34 +61 +62 --

Accuracy

45% 39% 65% 53% 49% 48%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

Lot

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +65 +69 +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

Ran from 11/02/13 to sale date with BEAGHALL BASIL BRUSH (M080578)

M BREARS & SONS LTD

202 BEAGHALL SNOWFLAKE 2ND(P) (AI) F096896 Born 7/12/2010 UK127042100159 gs. STACHUS(10/00403054) Sire STEINADLER(PP)(I000762) gd. HITZE(DE0932115555) gs. GRETNA HOUSE SUPERSONIC 1063(M016550) Dam BEAGHALL TRIXIEBELLE 3RD(T002372) gd. GREENSIDE TRIXIE BELLE 3RD(F045072)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+4.5 +2.4 -1.1 +0.0 +27 +57 +56 +6

Accuracy

53% 48% 54% 67% 58% 55% 53% 38%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +62 +81 +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

AI’d 12/01/13 and 05/02/13 with EXCALIBUR (1000866)

0

+60

+66


Class One - Served Heifers

20 Lot

WJ & J GREEN

203 CORSKIE CORA

F097588 Born 23/2/2011 gs. STRATHISLA NUGGAT(M060231) Sire CORSKIE VALIANT 2ND(M070684) gd. CORSKIE RIPPLE(F076140) gs. BURGHBRIDGE LANE(M056593) Dam CORSKIE TANYA(F081492) gd. CORSKIE BLUETIT 757(F070150)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK523340104513

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+2.2 -2.4 -- +2.2 +39 +79 +71 +6

Accuracy

45% 41% 75% 69% 69% 64% 41%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

Av 11 Calves

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +53 +2.7 -0.9 +0.9 47% +95 +93

56% 41% 58% 53% 47%

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

Service Details: AI’d 06/01/13 to BALLINALARE FARM NIGHTRIDER (M060500) Corskie Valiant (sire) was Junior Male, Reserve Male and Reserve Junior Interbreed Champion, Royal Highland Show 2008. He was Reserve Male Champion, Royal Highland Show, Overall Champion at the Scottish National Show and Intebreed Champion at Black Isle and Banchory Shows 2009. Ballinalare Farm Nightrider (service sire) had bred bulls to 10,000gns and heifers to 7,300gns.

Lot

WJ & J GREEN

204 CORSKIE CINDY

F097865 Born 3/3/2011 UK523340304515 gs. STRATHISLA NUGGAT(M060231) Sire CORSKIE VALIANT 2ND(M070684) gd. CORSKIE RIPPLE(F076140) gs. BALLINALARE FARM GASCOIGNE(M046275) Dam CORSKIE BLUETIT 757(F070150) gd. CORSKIE BLUETIT J6X(F058537)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+3.1 -2.3 -- +1.5 +33 +53 +53 +11

Accuracy

45% 42% 75% 69% 70% 64% 45%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

--

+40 +3.0 +0.4 +0.3 48% +66 +71

Accuracy

57% 42% 58% 53% 48%

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

Ran from 20/05/13 to 30/07/13 with DIRNANEAN BRADLEY (M076366)

Corskie Valiant (sire) was Junior Male, Reserve Male and Reserve Junior Interbreed Champion, Royal Highland Show 2008. He was Reserve Male Champion, Royal Highland Show, Overall Champion at the Scottish National Show and Intebreed Champion at Black Isle and Banchory Shows 2009. Dirnanean Bradley (service sire) was a 1st prize winner at Stirling October 2011 where he was purchased for 22,000gns. He carries a TSI of +90 and an SRI of +94.


Class One - Served Heifers Lot

21

R H CARTER & SON

205 GERRARD ROYALE 14TH (AI) F098236 Born 18/4/2011 gs. DOVEFIELDS GALLANT(M045537) Sire KILBRIDE FARM NEWRY(M059151) gd. KILBRIDE FARM EUNICE D29(F039572) gs. SALISBURY CHALLENGER(M032425) Dam GERRARD ROYALE 10TH(F085580) gd. GERRARD ROYALE(F046282)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK100806501367

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-0.5 +2.0 +1.0 +1.7 +30 +61 +66 +11

Accuracy

56% 55% 62% 61% 62% 65% 61% 54%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+52

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

-0.1 +45 --

Accuracy

52% 56%

+0.4

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

+36

+2.8

--

+29

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+0.1

-- +0.3

0

+71 +81 +60

+66

AI’d 22/12/12 to BLACKFORD HARVESTER (M049570). PD’d in calf.

GERRARD ROYALE 14th carries an excellent pedigree.

Lot

JIM & PATRICIA GOLDIE

206 NEWBIEMAINS CHARMER F100207 Born 21/9/2011 gs. CURLIEU KNIGHT(M053237) Sire BLACKFORD ALBATROSS 09(M074204) gd. BLACKFORD KITTIWAKE(F061719) gs. MONADUFF RULER(I000470) Dam NEWBIEMAINS WENDY(F088432) gd. FOLE NUTWOOD VICTORIA(F066274)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK581404401791

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-1.1 -1.5 -- +3.1 +33 +57 +63 +2

Accuracy

39% 36%

71% 64% 64% 63% 38%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

--

+38 +2.2 +0.7 -0.5 42% +59 +72

Accuracy

52% 37% 55% 49% 42%

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

At time of sale.

For more information and photos, visit www.newbiemainsfarm.com or find us on Facebook (@newbiemainssimmentals).


Class One - Served Heifers

22 Lot

JIM & PATRICIA GOLDIE

207 NEWBIEMAINS CONNIE F100689 Born 12/11/2011 gs. CURLIEU KNIGHT(M053237) Sire BLACKFORD ALBATROSS 09(M074204) gd. BLACKFORD KITTIWAKE(F061719) gs. CURAHEEN TYSON(I000685) Dam SLIEVENAGH ANGEL 09(F090997) gd. WOODHALL RIVA(F077761)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK581404401812

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-1.6 -0.9 -- +3.6 +38 +70 +76 +5

Accuracy

41% 37%

57% 61% 56% 53% 37%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

EBV’s

--

Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

Service Details

+0.4

+0.2

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +2.5 +0.3 -0.1 27% +75 +88 +36

29% 34% 32% 27% +2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

At time of sale.

For more information and photos, visit www.newbiemainsfarm.com or find us on Facebook (@newbiemainssimmentals).


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Class Two - Senior Maiden Heifers

24

CLASS TWO SENIOR MAIDEN HEIFERS Lots 207-213 (6 entries) Lot

CHARLES JOHN GEORGE CLARKE & PARTNERS

208 BURGHBRIDGE VICKY 2ND

F100503 Born 6/11/2011 gs. STRATHISLA JULIUS(M050813) Sire BRINKTON MAJOR(M057957) gd. BRINKTON MELODY 3RD(T001311) gs. STRATHISLA POPEYE(M062156) Dam BURGHBRIDGE VICKY(F083615) gd. BURGHBRIDGE NELDA(F071855)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK222425400381

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+3.5 +0.0 -- +2.7 +30 +59 +58 +2

Accuracy

45% 43%

57% 60% 63% 58% 45%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

-0.5

+0.2

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +42 -- -- -- +71 +77 51% +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

Lot

M BREARS & SONS LTD

209 BEAGHALL HANNAH 6TH F100721 Born 3/12/2011 gs. CLEENAGH FLASHER(M042198) Sire BEAGHALL RIP VAN WINKLE(M066379) gd. BEAGHALL JUNE(F069453) gs. EISENHERZ (PP)(I000353) Dam BEAGHALL HANNAH P 4TH(P)(F083498) gd. BEAGHALL HANNAH 3RD(F074616)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK127042700172

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-5.7 -1.9 -- +3.9 +37 +65 +67 --

Accuracy

42% 38% 69% 55% 50% 50%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +68 +71 +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66


Class Two - Senior Maiden Heifers Lot

25

N & N GWYNNE

210 CHESTERMANN RINGLEADER GISELLE 2(TF) F100988 Born 6/1/2012 UK746047100919 gs. BLACKFORD NORTHERN LIGHT(M059484) Sire BLACKFORD RINGLEADER(M064308) gd. BLACKFORD GLORIA(F050746) gs. HOCKENHULL RED RUM(M063665) Dam HOCKENHULL GISELLE 7TH(F089073) gd. HOCKENHULL GISELLE 4TH(T002445)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+1.9 -2.8 -- +3.0 +42 +79 +81 +11

Accuracy

52% 49%

74% 66% 68% 64% 42%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

--

+54 +3.1 +1.1 -0.6 48% +86 +107

Accuracy

56% 42% 59% 54% 48%

Av 11 Calves

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

Lot

BODDINGTON ESTATES LTD

211 STERLING VIVIAN’S DAWN(ET) T002825 Born 29/1/2012 UK320130200356 gs. SALTIRE TALENT(M066596) Sire AUCHORACHAN WIZARD(M072755) gd. RAVENSWORTH MADIE(F067220) gs. CORSKIE PRINCIPAL(M060814) Dam STERLING RHAPSODY’S VIVIAN(F086684) gd. STERLING MICHELLE’S RHAPSODY(F077516)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+5.6 -1.7 -- +1.0 +26 +54 +57 +7

Accuracy

49% 40% 56% 53% 52% 49% 36%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

EBV’s

--

Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

+0.4

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +3.8 -0.6 +1.2 30% +75 +82 +36

32% 40% 37% 30% +2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

STERLING VIVIAN’S DAWN is a very stylish heifer with great show potential. She carries EBV’s for Milk of +7 and Calving Ease of +5.9. Sterling Rhapsody’s Vivian (dam) was shown successfully as a yearling heifer. Sterling Michelle’s Rhapsody (gdam) won several interbreed titles and was Supreme Champion, World Congress Norfolk 2008.


Class Two - Senior Maiden Heifers

26 Lot

N & N GWYNNE

212 CHESTERMANN WICK NON 213 F101248 Born 7/2/2012 UK746047300942 gs. KILBRIDE FARM NEWRY(M059151) Sire KILBRIDE FARM WICK(M071025) gd. KILBRIDE FARM DORA 4TH(F071428) gs. DRUMSLEED TRITON(M068372) Dam CHESTERMANN TRITON NON(F093516) gd. CHESTERMANN RINGLEADER NON(F083940)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-2.9 +0.0 -- +2.8 +39 +68 +77 --

Accuracy

47% 39% 61% 60% 67% 60%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

--

+49 +2.0 +0.2 -0.1 47% +71 +80

Accuracy

55% 41% 59% 53% 47%

Av 11 Calves

Lot

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

WJ & J GREEN

213 CORSKIE DONNA(TF) F101187 Born 9/2/2012 UK523340404908 gs. SALISBURY CHALLENGER(M032425) Sire POPES LAIRD(M055700) gd. GREENSIDE TRIXIE-BELLE 5TH(F056090) gs. ISLAVALE SABRE(M067999) Dam CORSKIE ALANA(F090644) gd. CORSKIE SUSAN(F079330)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-2.7 +1.1 +1.0 +4.2 +40 +76 +81 +8

Accuracy

53% 51% 55% 74% 69% 70% 66% 54%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+1.5 +52 +3.6 -0.5 +0.8 52% +88 +100

Accuracy

53% 60% 48% 61% 57% 52%

+0.4

Av 11 Calves

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

CORSKIE DONNA has been succesfully shown this year, winning 1st prize at the Scottish National Show and Reserve Female and Reserve Overall Champion at Grantown Show. Popes Laird (sire) was Champion at the Royal Highland Show 2004 and has sired numerous champions himself. He has bred bulls to 15,000gns and heifers to 8,000gns.


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Class Three - Junior Maiden Heifers

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CLASS THREE JUNIOR MAIDEN HEIFERS Lots 214 - 221 (8 entries) Lot

P B & J A BORLASE

214 SACOMBE DANDELION-OMA F101568 Born 18/3/2012 gs. KILBRIDE FARM NEWRY(M059151) Sire CLONAGH WORLD CLASS(I000894) gd. CLONAGH POSH KLOWNA(I000840) gs. ROSTEN PLUTO(M062208) Dam SACOMBE VIVIENNE-OMA(F088757) gd. SACOMBE LORELLE-OMA(F065410)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK241425601227

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+1.6 -1.1 -- +1.1 +30 +58 +58 --

Accuracy

39% 36% 73% 57% 52% 52%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

EBV’s Av 11 Calves

+0.2

+2.1

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +66 +72

Accuracy

-0.5

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

SACOMBE DANDELION-OMA is the first daughter to be offered for sale by the successful herd sire Clonagh World Class.

Lot

R E JONES

215 BANWY DAISY (AI) F102123 Born 23/3/2012 gs. DOVEFIELDS GALLANT(M045537) Sire KILBRIDE FARM NEWRY(M059151) gd. KILBRIDE FARM EUNICE D29(F039572) gs. STERLING FLINT(M042435) Dam BANWY VALENTINE(F085085) gd. CORSKIE PETUNIA(F074339)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK701109100839

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+0.0 -0.7 +0.3 +1.2 +35 +74 +77 +9

Accuracy

56% 54% 67% 76% 73% 72% 68% 54%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+0.5 +55 +2.8 +0.2 +0.3 53% +83 +100

Accuracy

53% 61% 49% 62% 58% 53%

+0.4

Av 11 Calves

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66


Class Three - Junior Maiden Heifers Lot

29

P B & J A BORLASE

216 SACOMBE DIAMOND-LAUBE F102142 Born 26/3/2012 UK241425401239 gs. BALLINALARE FARM NIGHTRIDER(M060500) Sire PODE HOLE WARRANT(M070952) gd. CORSKIE SADIE(F078577) gs. SACOMBE NIJINSKY N68(M059942) Dam SACOMBE VENUS-LAUBE(F085387) gd. SACOMBE JEWEL-LAUBE(F059947)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+0.0 +1.0 -- +3.2 +31 +53 +61 --

Accuracy

41% 36%

74% 59% 54% 54%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

-0.5

+0.2

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +62 +70 +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

SACOMBE VENUS-LAUBE (dam), is one of the herd’s standout cows and goes back to the original Laube, who was one of the MOET Scheme's high performers.

Lot

CHARLES JOHN GEORGE CLARKE & PARTNERS

217 BURGHBRIDGE HELGA 3RD

F104742 Born 27/3/2012 gs. BLACKFORD LIONHEART(M055185) Sire STRATHISLA POPEYE(M062156) gd. STRATHISLA HANNAH 2ND(F045740) gs. BRINKTON MAJOR(M057957) Dam BURGHBRIDGE VERITY(F084159) gd. BURGHBRIDGE HELGA(F055339)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK222425100392

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+1.9 +1.8 -- +1.7 +27 +50 +51 +2

Accuracy

43% 40%

67% 59% 56% 55% 43%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- -- -- -- -- +59 +70 +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66


Class Three - Junior Maiden Heifers

30 Lot

BODDINGTON ESTATES LTD

218 STERLING ROSEMARY’S DUNESK(ET) (AI) T002847 Born 28/3/2012 gs. CORRICK KENTUCKY KID(M054467) Sire DARSHAM PLAYBOY(P)(M061211) gd. DARSHAM KIT KAT(F063101) gs. BLACKFORD HARVESTER(M049570) Dam STERLING ADELS ROSEMARY(F074886) gd. STERLING REBECCA’S ADEL(F026222)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

EBVs

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK320130600367

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

-1 -1.5 -- +2.9 +31 +56 +62 +6

Accuracy

50% 46%

57% 55% 55% 53% 44%

-0.6

+2.1

Av 11 Calves

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

EBV’s

--

Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

+0.4

+0.2

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +2.2 +0.1 +0.0 34% +61 +69 +36

36% 43% 41% 34% +2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

STERLING ROSEMARY’S DUNESK carries renowned maternal genetics on both sides of her pedigree. Sterling Adels Rosemary (dam) is from the Adel line, the best breeding family in the herd. Darsham Playboy (sire) is out of the famous Darsham KitKat.

Lot

R J & B E KIMBER

219 BEANHILL DAFFODIL (AI) F102106 Born 3/4/2012 gs. SALISBURY GLADIATOR(M045004) Sire DINTON NAUTICAL(M058805) gd. DINTON HENRIETTA(F053758) gs. AGARDSLEY ELGAR(M040630) Dam BEANHILL PAMELA(F074311) gd. DEERHURST MELITA(F067271)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK323059400203

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+5.2 +5.9 -1.3 +2.8 +38 +78 +85 +4

Accuracy

53% 49% 65% 75% 70% 69% 65% 43%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

--

+58 +4.8 -1.2 +2.1 45% +108 +120

Accuracy

56% 40% 56% 51% 45%

Av 11 Calves

+0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

BEANHILL DAFFODIL carries a Self Replacement Index of +120, making her the second highest ranking 2012 heifer in the country. Beanhill Pamela (dam) was breed Champion at the Royal Bath & West Show 2006, and has a full sister retained in the herd.


Class Three - Junior Maiden Heifers Lot

31

CHARLES JOHN GEORGE CLARKE

220 BURGHBRIDGE EMERALD 4TH F102865 Born 17/5/2012 gs. STRATHISLA JULIUS(M050813) Sire BRINKTON MAJOR(M057957) gd. BRINKTON MELODY 3RD(T001311) gs. STRATHISLA POPEYE(M062156) Dam BURGHBRIDGE WINIFRED(F089326) gd. BURGHBRIDGE SHIRLEY(F078025)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK222425600397

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

+3.4 +1.2 -- +2.2 +24 +53 +46 +2

Accuracy

47% 45% 69% 65% 65% 61% 47%

Av 11 Calves

EBV’s Accuracy

Av 11 Calves

Lot

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+29

+52

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+57

+4

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

-- +35 -- -- -- +61 +70 53% +0.4

+36

+2.8

+0.1

+0.3

0

+60

+66

R J & B E KIMBER

221 BEANHILL DORIS (AI) F103807 Born 10/8/2012 gs. CLEENAGH FLASHER(M042198) Sire OMORGA VOLVO(M070548) gd. OMORGA BAMBI 2(F078141) gs. BEECHES KESTREL(M053174) Dam BEANHILL AMELIA(F090107) gd. CELTIC NOODLE(F070274)

Calving Ease Dir (%)

Calving Ease Dtrs (%)

UK323059400210

2013 Simmental BREEDPLAN Gest. 200 400 Len. Birth Day Day Wt. (days) Wt. (kg) Wt (kg) (kg)

600 Day Wt. (kg)

Milk

EBVs

-0.5 -1.5 -1.4 +3.5 +42 +76 +78 +6

Accuracy

56% 50% 59% 60% 61% 58% 56% 43%

Av 11 Calves

-0.6

Scrotal Size (cm)

-0.5

+0.2

+2.1

Carcase Eye Muscle Weight Area Fat (kg) (Sq.cm) (mm)

+4

+2.0 --

50%

+0.4

+2.8

+0.1

--

+57

Terminal Self Sire Replacing Index Index

EBV’s

+36

--

+52

Accuracy Av 11 Calves

--

+29

Retail Beef IMF Yield %

+0.3

0

+93 +110 +60

+66

BEANHILL DORIS carries a Self Replacement Index of +110, making her the 6th highest ranked 2012 heifer in the country. Beanhill Amelia (dam) was exhibitor bred Champion, Royal Bath & West Show 2006 and 1st prize winner at the National Show 2011. She is an enormous cow producing growthy calves.


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BSCS - CONDITIONS OF SALE 15.1

15.2

15.3 15.3.1

RULE 15 - SALES Preliminary: the subjoined rules are prescribed for the use of members of the Society who may be desirous of adopting them and are applicable to sales of The British Simmental cattle by auction. They shall, in any case, be applicable to all collective sales held under the auspices of the Society and shall be applied and enforced by Auctioneers appointed by the Society to organise and conduct such sales. Only full members of the Society are eligible to sell cattle at Official Society Sales and are bound by the rules governing these sales. SALES COMMISSIONS 1) At official sales, which are classified as a production, reduction or dispersal sale the auctioneers will collect on behalf of the Society 1.5% of the total income of the registered cattle sold. 2) At official sales, which are classified as collective sales all animals will be sold in guineas. The Society will collect as a commission a percentage of the guinea as agreed with the appointed auctioneer prior to the sale.

AUCTION RULES The advertisements and catalogues of sale shall state plainly that the sale is to be held under the British Simmental Cattle Society Auction Sale Rules and subject to recommended Conditions of Sale of the National Beef Association. 15.3.2 In all published particulars of female animals to be sold, the Auctioneers shall state the date of the last service in the catalogue of sale, or at the time of sale. In the event of a cow or heifer having been running with a bull, the date of both the commencement and the termination of the running period must be stated and in the event of a cow or heifer having been inseminated by two or more bulls, or by the same bull at different heat periods, the names of all such bulls and the dates of service or insemination must be given. NB: If there is an interval of less than three weeks running period and an individual service or insemination by different bulls, Vendors must ensure that all bulls concerned are DNA profiled at the time of use so that, in the event of any question as to the identity of the sire of any calf being raised by a Purchaser after the sale, a DNA profile check can be arranged by the Society on the Purchaser’s behalf, but at the expense of the Vendor, to prevent the necessity of cancellation or refusal of registration which otherwise might result. Arrangements for the DNA profiling of the bulls concerned should be made through the Society so that records can be kept of all details, both by the Society and the DNA Profiling Centre. 15.3.3 The minimum selling age for bulls entered in Official Collective Society Sales is 14 months. The maximum showing age is 2 years old. 15.3.4 An animal cannot be substituted into a collective sale after the catalogue for that sale has been printed. 15.3.5 Vendors whose animals have been officially weight-recorded by Breedplan will have the full range of EBV’s and Society Index Information published in the catalogue of sale to the following criteria: It will be necessary to birth weigh calves and have a scan and authenticated weight done around 400 days (300-500). For EBV figures to be published in Society sale catalogues and on display cards at the Society Sales. Bulls born after 1st June 2008 will have to be scanned and calves born after 1st March 2009 will have to be weighed at birth (the official tape measure weight will be accepted).. Additionally an animal under one year of age will be eligible to have figures printed if it has any breedplan recorded weights. Apart from the publication of Breedplan recorded data in the catalogue of sale, no other unofficial data may be given at the time of sale and Vendors are not permitted to display unofficial or non-authenticated data in the sale premises or on the lairage pens. 15.3.6 In all cases where a female has been flushed for embryo transplant purposes such fact must be stated on the entry form and will be printed in the catalogue. 15.3.7 All pedigree animals catalogued for sale that have Graded or Polled status will have their status and pedigree clearly printed in the catalogue. 15.3.8 Where a registered Simmental female is entered in a sale as being in calf, the catalogue will clearly state the service sire details. 15.3.9 All statements made in the sale catalogue are the entire responsibility of the Vendor. 15.3.10 A Dispersal Sale means the selling of all live Simmental cattle and embryos owned by the member dispersing the herd. Breeders holding a Dispersal Sale may retain bulls for sale providing they are sold within six months of the original Dispersal Sale date. Any bulls to be retained for this purpose must be declared in the Sale Catalogue. Breeders may also retain cattle semen for future use and sale providing all details of this are declared in the Sale Catalogue. NB: If any other cattle are to be retained by the vendor then the sale will be classed as a Reduction Sale and not a Dispersal Sale. The Herd Prefix ceases immediately after the Dispersal Sale is completed but membership will not cease until the current Subscription year, relevant to sale, ends. A review of the Sale will be carried out by the Society office once the sale information has been received from the Auctioneers. New membership is only required if the member wishes to set up a new herd prefix. Associate membership is available for those wanting to continue to receive The Annual Review and Newsletters. 15.3.11 The name and address of the Vendor (if more than one Vendor, the names and addresses of each Vendor, together with a clear indication of which Lots in the catalogue belong to each Vendor) shall be stated in the catalogue of sale. 15.3.12 If a bull from which semen has been taken and stored is offered for sale it must be stated in the catalogue whether the semen so stored is to pass with the bull or whether it is to be retained by the Vendor. Breeder guarantees shall not apply to sales of stored semen. 15.3.13 No animal at a dispersal sale (as distinct from a collective sale) shall be offered subject to a reserve bid, the sale of an animal privately prior to the auction is not permitted, nor shall the Vendor bid directly or indirectly for any animal except through the Auctioneers. If, at any time within 3 months after the date of sale any animal offered and bid for at the sale, and not offered subject to a reserve bid, shall be upon the Vendor’s premises or exhibited at any show in his name, except for good reason to be established to the satisfaction of, and approved by the Council of the Society, the fact shall be deemed conclusive evidence that the Vendor has committed a breach of these Rules.

15.3.14 Members may enter an animal in two or more Official Collective Society Sales, during the same sale season, subsequent to animal movement restrictions in force at the time of sale. 15.3.15 Any animal entered for sale, which is a twin or is otherwise one of a multiple birth must be so described in the catalogue. If it is a twin this description shall state whether it is twin to a bull or a heifer and if it is otherwise one of a multiple birth this description shall state the sex of the other calves. A heifer that is twin with a bull or is otherwise one of a multiple birth which includes a bull calf cannot be entered for sale until she has been certified pregnant by a Veterinary Surgeon, except in a dispersal sale in which case it shall be stated in the catalogue of sale that the sale of the twin animal is subject to the Society’s Rules and Conditions. 15.3.16 All calves offered for sale must be identified in accordance with the Society’s regulations and must have been registered or birth notified with the Society by the Vendor, or the entry must have been lodged with the Manager of the Society. The Auctioneers shall have power to deduct from the sale proceeds a sum of money sufficient to cover the costs of such registration or notification in the BSCS Herd Book, if such cost or fees have not been paid by the Vendor at the time of sale. Calves at foot can be sold as Birth Notified. 15.3.17 The Auctioneers shall furnish to the Society, within one week of the sale, a detailed summary of the sale showing the price of each individual Lot sold, the price bid for each individual Lot unsold by reason of failure to reach the stated reserve price, the full name and address of each purchaser and the average price realised for each distinct class of animal sold. Such summary list shall also include full details of any addition, amendment or correction to any of the details printed in the catalogue. 15.3.18 Members electing to sell their cattle subject to these Rules shall have the option of offering their animals subject to the rules governing the importation of bovines into all countries. Such an option must be indicated by the Vendor in the catalogue of sale. N.B. Animals, which are offered for export sale, are the subject of special conditions, which are binding upon both Vendor and Purchaser. 15.3.19 In the case of any animal to be sold that has been involved in any way in the process of embryo transplant the following information shall be clearly stated in the catalogue of sale: (a) In the case of an animal whose birth is as a result of embryo transplant the fact shall be clearly stated. (b) In the case of a female that has been flushed for embryo transplant purposes, it shall be clearly stated in the catalogue for sale: [i] how many times she has been flushed; [ii] how many embryos have been implanted; [iii] how many embryos have been frozen but not yet implanted. 15.3.20 For production, reduction and Collective Sales all udders are warranted sound and the vendor must declare any faults, defects or unsoundness at the time of sale. 15.3.21 If a member of the Society shall commit or knowingly suffer any breach of these Rules he or she shall be deemed guilty of conduct derogatory to the character and prejudicial to the interests of the Society’s Memorandum & Articles of Association and Rules as the case may be. 15.3.22 Notwithstanding anything in these Rules contained, the decision of the Council shall be in all matters final and binding on all parties and the Council may order the payment of such costs and expenses as it thinks fit. A member of the Society being a party to a dispute shall have the right to require the Council of the Society to settle the same. 15.3.23 Calves sold suckling their dams are given to the purchaser free and no guarantees apply unless specifically stated by the Vendor at the time of sale. Calves sold suckling their dams at any sale under Society rules will be subject to an identity inspection only. 15.3.24 Where a cow or heifer calves at a later date than the date stated in the catalogue, the onus of proving identity of the service bull shall be upon the Vendor. 15.3.25 Any female [cow or heifer] that has been flushed for embryo transplant will be EXCLUDED from the terms of this guarantee but individual Vendors of such animals shall have the opinion of giving their personal guarantee, to be announced at the time of sale. All claims under National Beef Association Terms & Conditions of Sale must be submitted within the correct time limits in writing to the Auctioneers who will forthwith inform the Vendor and the Secretary of the Society of the receipt of a claim. 15.3.26 DNA TYPING OF STATED SIRES WHEN SELLING FEMALES IN CALF As from 1st October 2008 it will be the Vendor’s responsibility to have a Sire DNA typed if the vendor is selling Females in-calf to a stated sire. If the Sire is no longer available and has not been DNA typed it is the Vendor’s responsibility to declare this in the Sales catalogue. (This rule also applies to Private Sales). To clarify: if a Sire is not DNA typed the Society cannot register his progeny. To obtain a sire profile without the sire, 5 progeny and their dams have to be DNA typed, this is 10 DNA profiles at a cost of £23.10 + VAT each. The purchaser must be made aware by the vendor of the potential registration problems and costs. 15.4

SPECIAL REGULATIONS Preliminary: It may be necessary for a sale to be cancelled at any time and the Society retains power for this purpose. The Society also reserves the right to limit the number of entries from any one Vendor should such limitation, in its opinion, be necessary or desirable. 15.4.1 All BSCS registered males and females to be offered for sale as single lots [except calves sold at dam’s side]. 15.4.2 All cattle entered at collective Official Society sales must be trained to lead by halter and be lead by halter during inspection and sale. Any animals not halter trained must be entered as a DRAFT and not into the collective sale. Animals are not eligible for showing unless halter trained.


33 15.5

15.6

REJECTED ANIMALS All animals forward for the inspection at official collective Society sales will be sale numbered. An animal, which fails any part of the pre-sale inspection, will have its ticket red spray marked. These animals will be eligible to remain in their allocated pens but must not have their spray marked numbers removed. Any vendor or his representative failing to comply with this will be subject to disciplinary action by the Society. ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION At the point of inspection all animals born after 01 January 1998 must be clearly identified in accordance with Rule 3.11 This includes all calves at foot. Animals presented for sale, born before 01 January 1998, must clearly tattooed in either ear as detailed on the official pedigree certificate. PLEASE NOTE: As from July 1995 the tattooing of suffixes indicating FOT, British pedigree status and polled status was no longer required. Animals with faint or incorrect ear tattoo numbers must be tagged prior to the sale subject to the prior approval of the Ministry and the Society subsequently should be informed. After entry into the market, all animals with a faint or incorrect identity will be rejected by the inspectors.

15.7 WEIGHTS All bulls entered for BSCS Official Sales will be weighed by an independent Society Officer and these weights can be announced at the time of sale. Bulls must satisfy the minimum weight for age standards for BSCS National Sales as outlined in Appendix B. Bulls not attaining the minimum weight at the point of inspection will be rejected from the sale and cannot be represented for a second weighing. 15.8

VETERINARY INSPECTION All animals must be placed in a suitable crush in the market to allow the Society’s Veterinary surgeon to carry out inspections at collective sales. All animals rejected on veterinary or breed standard grounds will not be allowed through the sale ring. Animals entered as a DRAFT will be inspected in their pens. Breeders and or Vendors, or their representatives, must be present at the time of inspection.

15.8.1 Teeth Teeth must make proper contact with the dental pad of the upper jaw but due allowance will be made for the age and dental development of the animal. Any animal with severely undershot or severely overshot jaws will be rejected. Where the veterinary surgeon declares that an animal is marginally overshot or undershot that animal may still be offered through the sale. The Auctioneer will announce that at the point of inspection of animal was found to be marginally overshot or undershot. Any animal declared by the vet as having marginal teeth will be allowed past the panel but noted for future reference by the Society. 15.8.2 Testicles Bull’s testicles will be measured and inspected by the veterinary surgeon. They must be a minimum size of 36 cm in circumference (14 Months), and 38 cm (over 18 months), measured at the widest point of the scrotum. The vet retains the right at his discretion to reject any bulls with uneven or soft testicles. 15.8.3 Warts Animals with active warts must be treated by the member’s veterinary surgeon at least a month before the sale, and a vet’s certificate should be available for inspection at the Sale. 15.8.4

General Health Animals with active infections, a contagious disease, or a disorder or condition, may be rejected by the veterinary surgeon. Minor injuries may be treated by a veterinary surgeon in the market but this must be announced at the time of sale. The decisions of the veterinary surgeon appointed by the Society are final and binding. Any animal, which is considered by the vet to be not in a healthy and proper condition to be presented as representing a good specimen of the breed at an official collective sale, will be rejected.

15.9 BREED INSPECTION 15.9.1 Breed Standards All animals must conform to Simmental breed standards – please refer to Rule 1. 15.9.2 Temperament Animals, which exhibit poor temperament in the market or during inspection, will be rejected by the inspectors. 15.9.3 Blood\DNA Typing Inspectors reserve the right to take blood sample or a hair sample from any given animal for the purpose of confirming parentage, detecting illegal substances or for other veterinary tests at their absolute discretion. 15.9.4 Rejected cows with calves at foot If a cow is rejected from the pre-sale inspection the calf at foot cannot be sold on its own unless it has been entered in the sale catalogues as an ‘A’ lot. 15.9.5 Inspection of ‘A’ lots Where a calf at foot offered at a collective sale is catalogued as an ‘A’ lot that calf will be subject to a Identity check only. 15.10 Appeals The decisions of inspectors are final and binding on vendors. There is no formal appeals procedure. 15.11 Exhibitor Requirements Exhibitors will, in all cases, be responsible for the care of their stock. 15.12 Each exhibitor must have at least one person in charge of his stock, which shall be in such person’s sole care. 15.13 All animals are accepted for sale on the terms that the Vendor warrants his or her right to sell the same and undertakes to indemnify the Society and the Auctioneers against all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, costs, charges and expenses to which they may be exposed by reason of any defect in the Vendor’s title. 15.14 All entries must be made on the approved or official Entry Form available from the Auctioneers and must be received by the appointed Auctioneers not later than the date stated in the Sale Schedule. Irrespective of circumstances, LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. 15.15 All entries must be accompanied by the Society’s Official Pedigree Certificate relating to the animal[s] entered or they will be returned. Pedigree Certificates for unsold animals will be returned to the Vendors after the sale. For all animals sold at the sale the Pedigree Certificate will be given to the purchaser

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at the Sale. Transfers for all animals sold at the sale can only be completed by the Society upon instruction from the new owner. The official A.I. Certificate must accompany the entry of a female that has been artificially inseminated and will be sold in calf. No liability whatsoever is undertaken by the Society or the Auctioneers for any error or mis-statement on the Entry Form, and all information given on the Entry Form is the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor. Every Vendor, or an authorised representative, is responsible for presenting his or her own animals to the sale ring at the due time, in accordance with the order of sale. Any animal not presented for sale in the correct order will be sold at the end of the sale. In the event of any alteration to the catalogue particulars being necessary, the Vendors must furnish full details of such alteration to the Auctioneers before the commencement of the sale, which shall then be announced from the rostrum at the time of sale. Such statements made from the rostrum shall take precedence over the catalogue information. All animals will be sold in GUINEAS [105 pence] and a commission of 5p in the Guinea [plus VAT] will be charged by the Auctioneers on all sales. All bulls forward at a collective sale will be subject to the Society’s upset price of 1200 guineas (increased from 1000Gns as of October 2009). The Society’s Council retain the right to alter the upset price for bulls at its discretion. females forward at collective sales, nominated by the Society’s Council, will not be subject to any upset price. The Council retains the right to set or alter the upset price for females at its discretion. No animal, once delivered to the Sale Premises, may be sold privately prior to the Sale but must be passed through the auction sale except in the case of injury or, for females in the process of calving, at the discretion of the Stewards and subject to Health regulations applicable at time of sale. Any animals in the Sale Premises which are sold by private treaty after the auction are subject to the full commission on the price realised and all such transactions must be passed through the Auctioneers in order to safeguard both the vendor and the buyer. The sale proceeds are guaranteed by the Auctioneers [except in the case of animals sold for export for which special conditions apply] who will account to Vendors within 7 days of the sale. All animals will be at the risk of the Vendor up to the fall of the hammer and at the risk of the Purchaser thereafter. NOTE: Special Conditions apply to the sale of animals for export. There is no upper or lower age limit for cattle handling, although auctioneers and/sales’ centres may impose their own ruling. However, it is important to ensure that all handlers are in good health and properly trained to lead any animal, either on parade, show or in the sale ring. In case of any violation of these Regulations, or of any false statements being made by a Vendor regarding his or her entry or entries or any other act calculated to deceive the Stewards, Society inspectors, appointed Auctioneers and their servants, or to mislead the public, the animals by such Vendor shall be rejected from the sale and removed from the Sale Premises. The person or persons offending and the specifics of the offence will be referred to the Society’s disciplinary procedure. The Society will endeavour to prevent any breach of these Rules, but no warranty whatsoever, is given by the Society in respect of the observance or any breach of the Regulations or in respect of any animal that has been entered at any such Sale nor shall any warranty on behalf of the Society be implied. The Council of the Society reserve the right to refuse the entries for the Sale of any person without being called upon to give their reasons, also the right to amend, vary or supplement these Regulations. Health Scheme Rules Any member selling cattle at official sales from the 1st January 2011 must be a member of a CHeCS licensed herd health scheme All official Society sales to come under Health Scheme Rules. BVD All male animals from 1st Jan 2011 and all female animals from 1st October 2011 must adhere to the following rules on BVD. Animals from non accredited herds must be blood tested for antibody and antigen and vaccinated in advance of a sale, through their CHeCS scheme provider. Animals from accredited herds must vaccinate their animals before they come to a sale. Pregnant animals must have had testing and vaccination completed prior to service. In both the above cases, if animals have not been vaccinated previously, a double course of vaccine needs to be administered with around a three week gap between doses. In reality a period of around 6 weeks prior to sale should be allowed. To allow the vaccine to become effective, animals should not be sold until at least 2 weeks after the second dose.

Johne's disease All herds to be screening for Johne's disease by 1st January 2012( if selling at Society sales) Members with pedigree & commercial herds can test their pedigrees only, if they are run separate from the commercial herd. (In an agreement with their vet or CHeCS scheme provider) 15.31

Cattle Health Declarations at Sales Declarations will continue to be put in the index at the front of the catalogue. NO foot notes will be allowed to contain any health declarations. NO unofficial cards or statements to be displayed on pens. Members should apply to their Health Scheme Provider for an animal health declaration card prior to the sale. DNA for Society Sales From 1st January 2013 all bulls at Society Sales must be pre sale DNA sire verified. Costs will apply.


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AUCTIONEER’S TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE (Incorporating the Auctioneer’s Terms and Conditions) 1.

The biddings to be regulated by the Auctioneers and the highest bidder, subject to the Vendor’s reserve (if any), to be the purchaser. No bid shall be retracted and if any dispute should arise between two or more bidders, the Lot in dispute to be put up again and resold, or the Auctioneers may determine the dispute at their own discretion and their decision shall be final. The Auctioneers reserve the right to refuse the bid of any person without being called upon to give reason for such action.

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The Purchaser to give his full name and dwelling place and pay for all Lots purchased immediately at the close of sale. No Lot or Lots shall be removed from the sale premises until paid for and a pass-out slip obtained from the Auctioneer’s clerk but each and every Lot shall immediately at the fall of the hammer be considered as delivered and be and remain in every respect at the absolute risk and expense of the respective purchaser or purchasers thereof and shall be removed from the sale premises at the purchaser’s expense. The right of property shall not pass until the full purchase price is paid.

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Purchasers paying by cheque must be prepared, if required, to produce a banker’s reference. As a result of the Money Laundering Regulations (2003) the auctioneers are unable to accept cash payments in excess of nine thousand pounds sterling for any any single or linked purchase transaction.

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All statements in the catalogue, or made by the Auctioneers at the time of sale, also the correct identification of the animals, are the entire responsibility of the Vendors. The Auctioneers take no personal responsibility for the correctness of such statements or identities.

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All statements in the catalogue, or any made by the Auctioneers at the time of sale relating to any veterinary or other tests are to be taken as statements of fact only. No such statements shall guarantee the purchaser of any animal against loss arising from the subsequent reaction of such animal to any test administered after the sale and the Vendors shall not be liable in any way should this occur.

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All stock is sold subject to the Conditions of Sale recommended for use at markets by the Livestock Auctioneers’ Markets Committee for England and Wales except in so far as these conflict with any Special Conditions applicable to the sale of pedigree stock, when the latter Conditions shall prevail.

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Neither the Vendors nor the Auctioneers will be responsible for any accident or injury to persons or property, through fire or any other cause whatsoever, nor for any damage by animals prior to, during or after the sale.

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No undertaking by the Auctioneers or their servants to take charge of any Lot or Lots after the sale or to forward them to their destination shall be held to impose upon the Auctioneers any legal obligation or vitiate any of these Conditions.

9.

Inasmuch as the Auctioneers act as agents for a disclosed principal they shall not be considered personally responsible for any default on the part of either purchasers or Vendors and the remedy shall be against them only and not against the Auctioneers.

10.

If these conditions are unfulfilled, the Vendors or Auctioneers shall have the power to resell the Lots, retaining any surplus and charging any deficiency and expense to the defaulter.

11.

You have a right to know how we will use the information you have provided to us. We may share the information with other members of our group and may make this information available to relevant media groups and other interested parties on request. We and other members of the group may contact you by telephone, e-mail, post or fax to inform you of products or services available. If you do not want to be contacted for marketing purposes or do not wish your information to be made available to any other parties please notify us in writing.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY RULES HARRISON & HETHERINGTON LIMITED NOTICE TO ALL VISITORS AND TRADERS PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING All visitors and traders on site will be responsible for ensuring that they and their employees or sub-contractors engaged by them comply with all legal requirements, including the Health and Safety At Work etc., Act 1974, The Management of Health and Safety At Work Regulations, The Provision And Use of Work Equipment Regulations, etc. All visitors and traders will be responsible for ensuring that their operations in no way affect the integrity of the company or its fire, safety or security arrangements and in no way compromise the health and safety and welfare of other visitors to and or employees of Harrison & Hetherington. Although it is the visitors and traders responsibility to ensure that plant, equipment and systems in work are safe, Harrison & Hetherington Limited reserve the right to ask any visitor or trader to leave the market for any breaches in the Health and Safety Rules and/ or Regulations. Vendors must inform Harrison & Hetherington Limited of any livestock due to attend the market whose temperament, behaviour or condition may call for additional precautions for its safe handling. When loading or unloading livestock handlers must ensure that the dock and vehicle gates are securely fixed so as to prevent the escape of animals. Traders are responsible for providing and maintaining suitable livestock handling equipment. They should ensure that livestock handlers are fit, experienced in livestock handling and familiar with the livestock in their charge. Children must not be permitted in any area where they may be at risk from livestock or machinery. In the case of bulls, during the period when the show/sale is open to visitors, bulls in stalls or pens should not be left unattended. If the handler is temporarily absent, arrangements should be made with another vendor, steward or member of Harrison & Hetherington staff to oversee the bull until the handler returns. Handling of Livestock at shows and sales: Harrison & Hetherington Limited recommend that an adult person should accompany any junior person during the showing/sale of livestock in the ring and reserves the right to intervene at any point if, in the company’s opinion, the person showing the livestock is at risk in undertaking that activity. Passageways must be kept clear at all times during the auction sale. PLEASE DO NOT STAND IN THE SALE RING ENTRANCE AND EXIT PASSAGES. The auction ring man escapes and refuges must be kept clear at all times. All portable electrical equipment supplied and/or used by visitors and traders must be safe and fit for the purpose and should have a valid portable appliance test certificate.


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