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  • Highland Cattle from Brue Highlanders, Isle of Lewis
    Livestock for Sale Gaelic Names for Highland Cattle NEW Media Birds Contact Links Highland Cattle from Brue Highlanders The Brue Highland Cattle Fold The Brue Highland Cattle Fold is owned by Kenneth and Lesley Matheson 19 Brue Isle of Lewis The Fold was started in 2001 with the purchase of two pedigree yearling heifers at the breed s February sale at Oban 14 years on with the help of stockman Calum Angus Mitchell the Brue Fold has established itself Since 2005 Brue Highlanders have won Supreme cattle prizes at the local West Side Carloway and North Harris shows and a 19 month old heifer which sold for 3 000 in October 2009 set a new mart record at Dingwall Highland Marts Ltd for a Highlander Breeding stock sold and their offspring have also proved successful both on the show circuit and in the sale ring for their new owners including Supreme breed champion at the Black Isle Show twice Inter breed Supreme Cattle Champion at Nairn Show Morayshire 1st prizes at the Royal Highland Glasgow International and Great Yorkshire Shows Male Champion at the Highland Society s bull sale at Oban in February 2013 Reserve breed champion at the Stars of the Future Show in Stirling November 2013 Check out the latest Brue Fold pictures in this month s Gallery High Health Stock and Quality Standards All Brue Fold cattle are pedigree stock and are both Quality Meat Scotland QMS and Premium Cattle Health Scheme PCHS accredited Two other Highland folds on the island which adhere to the same high health accredited standards also use the Brue stock bulls The Fold s current stock bulls are Rob Ruadh of Gartchonzie and Siarach of Balmoral Comments The Highland Beef is amazing the flavour and tenderness is wonderful Stornoway Lewis Ordering and

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  • Brue Highlanders History
    Info West Side 2011 Carloway 2011 West Side 2010 Carloway 2010 North Harris 2010 West Side 2009 Carloway 2009 West Side 2008 West Side 2007 Carloway 2007 North Harris 2007 West Side 2006 Carloway 2006 North Harris 2006 West Side 2005 Carloway 2005 North Harris 2005 Perth 2005 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2003 West Side 2002 Gallery Monthly Galleries Brue Fold Tom

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  • Brue Highlanders Highland Cattle History
    at the February 2002 Oban sale were the foundation breeding stock of the Brue Fold Other females purchased since then were yearling heifer Marree Ruadh 3rd of West Merkland purchased at the breed s Perth sale in May 2006 7 month old heifer calf purchased privately in October 2012 from the Gartchonzie Fold near Callander Perthshire As the Garchonzie Fold owner had retired and that year s calves had not been registered she was registered by the Brue Fold as Anna Bell of Brue yearling heifer Caraid an Teallaich of Broad Bay purchased privately in July 2013 from the Broad Bay Fold Gress Isle of Lewis yearling heifer Fiona an Teallaich of Broad Bay purchased privately in July 2014 from the Broad Bay Fold Gress Isle of Lewis Breeding started in June 2003 with the arrival of the first bull Angus 4th of Dunvegan on loan from the Dunvegan Fold as a rising two year old and used with the fold s three 3 year old heifers In 2004 another Dunvegan bull Lachlan 2nd of Auchnacraig was used along with AI from Rìoghail of Balmoral In 2005 2006 and 2007 the fold s own stock bull Pìobaire Ruadh of Dunvegan was used purchased as a month old calf from Dunvegan in March 2004 See History Pìobaire Ruadh of Dunvegan In 2007 the fold s younger stock bull 2 year old Calum Ruadh of Brue was used for the 3 year old heifers Calum A Mitchell the fold s stockman has been involved with the development of the Brue Fold from its initial stages His first job was to travel from Stornoway to Oban as a 17 year old via Caledonian MacBrayne ferry and Citylink bus armed with the two key essentials a mobile phone and a chequebook There he met

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  • Highland Cattle - Pìobaire Ruadh of Dunvegan
    down its throat and into its stomach After a lot of massaging to assist its chilled circulation plus the heat from the blower from the outside and the warmth of the rich milk inside amazingly the big heifer calf started struggling slowly to her feet Relieved and content with the turnaround in the calf s circumstances the vet left for his next call happy that he had saved another life that night Over an early breakfast the owners of the Brue Fold shared news of the night s woes with the Dunvegan Fold manager and stockman their friendship having started when the Brue Fold purchased Caileag Bheag from Mull and another heifer from Calderglen Park Glasgow as yearlings at the Oban Sale in February 2001 Always ready with sound advice the next task was to get the young calf to suckle its young mother which was now getting increasingly anxious at being separated from its newly born calf in the middle of a perishingly cold night However despite rallying well and the best endeavours of all concerned and subsequent vet visits the heifer calf died from Pneumonia complications three days later This one seemingly was never meant to be It certainly had not been the best of starts for the Brue Fold owners Faced with one dead calf but one fully recovered young cow with loads of good milk the Brue Fold owners called their Dunvegan friends for advice Within the hour the plan was set and the Brue Fold stockman was soon on his way to Skye with a car and trailer via the Leverburgh Berneray and Lochmaddy Uig ferries to fetch a 3 week old orphan replacement none other than Eilidh of Dunvegan s orphan bull calf which had now been bought by the Brue Fold His life prospects were about to take a turn for the better but all that rested on his new substitute mother accepting him instead of her own dead calf Arriving in Brue the next evening after a long journey via Skye North Uist Harris and Lewis a brown hairy ball comically stumbled out of the car trailer looking totally dazed and disorientated Allowing him a few minutes to find his feet and settle himself he was then introduced to his new mother whom he instantly took to and immediately went to suckle her Unfortunately however the liking was not reciprocated and in a maddening charge the young cow made it quite clear that this was not her own calf and that she had no desire to have anything to do with this young Sgitheanach upstart ever The immediate advice from Dunvegan was clear and firm Stick with it the cow will accept the calf Well she did but it took her 5 long weeks and 3 days during which time she had to be securely tied up 3 times a day as per Dunvegan instructions and only then would she allow her new calf to suckle her Every day for five weeks

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  • Brue Highlanders - Our Cattle
    Shows Info West Side 2011 Carloway 2011 West Side 2010 Carloway 2010 North Harris 2010 West Side 2009 Carloway 2009 West Side 2008 West Side 2007 Carloway 2007 North Harris 2007 West Side 2006 Carloway 2006 North Harris 2006 West Side 2005 Carloway 2005 North Harris 2005 Perth 2005 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2003 West Side 2002 Gallery Monthly Galleries Brue Fold

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  • Our Highland Cattle | Breeding Cows & Calves from the Brue Fold
    Highland Fold Cows and Breeding Heifers Una of Borve Magaidh a Ghlinne of Brue Eilidh nam Beann of Brue Mairi a Ghlinne of Brue Caileag nam Beann of Brue Caraid an Teallaich of Broad Bay Anna Bell of Brue Brue Fold Cows and heifers not in Brue Fold now 2013 Gruagach an Eilein of Brue sold privately in calf with calf at foot to Gleann Daidh Fold Banchory in August 2013 2013 Seònaid an Eilein of Brue sold privately as calf at foot to Gleann Daidh Fold Banchory in August 2013 2013 Cailin a Ghlinne of Brue sold privately in calf with calf at foot to Gleann Daidh Fold Banchory in August 2013 2013 Una a Ghlinne of Brue sold privately as calf at foot to Gleann Daidh Fold Banchory in August 2013 2013 Ella a Ghlinne of Brue sold privately to Tschlin Fold Switzerland in June 2013 2013 Brìghde of Tom Buidhe sold privately in calf to Tschlin Fold Switzerland in June 2013 2013 Ciorstaidh of Tom Buidhe sold privately to Tschlin Fold Switzerland in June 2013 2012 Seònaid 3rd of Crossnish Sold at Dingwall Highland Mart on 30 May 2012 2012 Anna an Eilein of Brue Sold at

    Original URL path: http://www.bruehighlanders.co.uk/cattle_bruefold.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Bulls - Brue Highlanders
    Web View Visits Produce for sale 2015 Livestock for Sale Gaelic Names for Highland Cattle NEW Media Birds Contact Links Bulls used by Brue Highlanders Year Bull Sire Dam 2015 Rob Ruadh of Gartchonzie UK542734 400219 DOB 05 April 2011 Eòin 2nd of Glengorm Anastasia of Gartchonzie 2015 Siarach of Balmoral UK521043 100388 DOB 19 February 2013 Cliadhamh Mòr of Balmoral Phìobaidh 97th of Balmoral 2014 Rob Ruadh of Gartchonzie UK542734 400219 DOB 05 April 2011 Eòin 2nd of Glengorm Anastasia of Gartchonzie 2014 Siarach of Balmoral UK521043 100388 DOB 19 February 2013 Cliadhamh Mòr of Balmoral Phìobaidh 97th of Balmoral 2013 Alasdair Ruadh of Craigowmill UK541989 100462 DOB 23 March 2004 Brogach 1st of Austie Capleadh of Craigowmill 2013 Rob Ruadh of Gartchonzie UK542734 400219 DOB 05 April 2011 Eòin 2nd of Glengorm Anastasia of Gartchonzie 2012 Alasdair Ruadh of Craigowmill UK541989 100462 DOB 23 March 2004 Brogach 1st of Austie Capleadh of Craigowmill 2012 Rob Ruadh of Gartchonzie UK542734 400219 DOB 05 April 2011 Eòin 2nd of Glengorm Anastasia of Gartchonzie 2011 Calum Ruadh of Brue UK505302 100007 DOB 19 May 2005 Alasdair Ruadh of Craigowmill UK541989 100462 DOB 23 March 2004 Rìoghail of Balmoral Brogach 1st of Austie 17th of Callachally Capleadh of Craigowmill 2010 Calum Ruadh of Brue UK505302 100007 DOB 19 May 2005 Alasdair Ruadh of Craigowmill UK541989 100462 DOB 23 March 2004 Rìoghail of Balmoral Brogach 1st of Austie 17th of Callachally Capleadh of Craigowmill 2009 Piobaire Ruadh of Dunvegan UK501401 300054 DOB 26 Feb 2004 Calum Ruadh of Brue UK505302 100007 19 May 2005 Lachlann 2nd of Auchnacraig Rìoghail of Balmoral Eilidh of Dunvegan Caileag Bheag 17th of Callachally 2008 Piobaire Ruadh of Dunvegan UK501401 300054 DOB 26 Feb 2004 Calum Ruadh of Brue UK505302 100007 19 May 2005 Lachlann 2nd of Auchnacraig

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  • Brue Highlanders Pedigree (5 Generations) Breeding Stock - August 2012
    Info West Side 2011 Carloway 2011 West Side 2010 Carloway 2010 North Harris 2010 West Side 2009 Carloway 2009 West Side 2008 West Side 2007 Carloway 2007 North Harris 2007 West Side 2006 Carloway 2006 North Harris 2006 West Side 2005 Carloway 2005 North Harris 2005 Perth 2005 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2004 Carloway 2004 West Side 2003 West Side 2002 Gallery Monthly Galleries Brue Fold Tom

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