Hereford bull wanted

Gulli

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Somerset
Got a few younger ones here but maybe a bit of a trip for you.
How far would you want to travel theres a couple good breeders I know a bit closer to you
 

Wolds Beef

Member
I know you specify Hereford. But the Lincoln Bull I have put up would do the same Job Very well. I do not understand why people are shy of using them on dairy farms. If you are interested in him I can send pictures. He is in his working chlothes!
WB
 

JLTate

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15 month proven working bull here.

Hihealth elite status
Closed heard
TB4 area

We are at Easingwold (North Yorkshire)

If interested drop me a pm and I can send contact details across. Thanks
 

Germardo

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Livestock Farmer
I’ve got a friend with a smart five year old Hereford, I think he’s TB4 only wants £1200 for him
 

Beefbullock

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Mixed Farmer
We have a 24month old Pedigree Hereford bull to sell. Based in South Leicestershire. Was bought to cover some of our Heifers and all have been scanned in calf has also been used on our April due cows and has caught all of those. His father was from the Normanton Blood lines. £1500 would buy him. Nice temperament and still growing into a nice bull. Clear TB test last month so ready to move straight away if required
 

Durry cows

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Location
Derbyshire
You had a Hereford before? What will you be doing with the calves?
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big bull at the bottom is 6 this time he’s having a rest at the minute/on haylage to lose some weight! This was him turnout last year. Young one bought in the summer he has got the heifers in calf this time. Calf from the autumn we sell all the calves but are now under Tb restrictions so will rear them all/until we go clear. Hereford takes some beating all round I think
 

Fendt516profi

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Yorkshire
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big bull at the bottom is 6 this time he’s having a rest at the minute/on haylage to lose some weight! This was him turnout last year. Young one bought in the summer he has got the heifers in calf this time. Calf from the autumn we sell all the calves but are now under Tb restrictions so will rear them all/until we go clear. Hereford takes some beating all round I think
Make nice sucklers shame about the tb
 
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