The Aberdeen-Angus breed has a terrific brand name for both breeding cattle and retailing beef, so as breeders Jeremy and Ala Price feel it's vital they do all they can to protect this.
You'll see from various images populating the site that the focus is clearly on moderate sized cows capable of calving unassisted, with good, natural fleshing ability, structure and locomotion.
We've been pretty fortunate in that most of our females go back to one line, the famous and highly desirable Ballyheather Dolly Z682. She formed the nucleus base of the herd producing consoling to 11,500gns for Dynamite and 10,000gns for Dominator.
Other successful females have included Southfield Fortuna and Southfield Felicity, both of which were full sisters to Netherton Fabulous Cruz. Felicity's first son was the £10,000 Oakchurch Field Marshall, sold at just 10 months of age. Adding to those females was an embryo purchased out of Southland Duchess, by Hoff Limited Edition, which produced the 6500gns Oakchurch Domino.
The later additions of Blelack Evora D988 saw her producing Oakchurch Evor, the second bull to be sold to Genus.