Friday 23 February, 2024

Marwood Charolais head to Stirling with largest line up to date

After breeding pedigree Charolais cattle for the past 25 years, the Blyth family look ahead to this month’s Stirling bull sales and reflect on the herd’s success so far

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Roy and Neil Blyth began to build their pedigree Marwood Charolais herd in 1993.
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Roy and Neil Blyth began to build their pedigree Marwood Charolais herd in 1993.

Butchers by trade, the Blyth family's journey into farming began following the success of the family business. With the desire to supply their own cattle through the shop, the father and son duo, Roy...

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