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Highland beef cattle first arrived at Green Farm in March 2002. Dottie (Brindle) and Jaz (White) were bought as a hobby (and a bit of fun).

At this time we were milking 130 Holsteins and Jerseys three times a day, getting high yields but not making any money. So after becoming involved with the Highland Cattle Society, and making some trips to Oban to the Cattle sales, we decided to sell the milk cows in August 2005 and concentrate on cows that are fun, sell our own beef, (which we think is the best in the world), and farm in a more traditional, and environmentally friendly way.

Our Highland Beef Cattle can now be seen above the Malham Cove beauty spot where we support the Limestone Country Project.
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We had Donald with us today, doing proper work rather than riding round in his comfortable air-conditioned tractor working for Stapletons. We brought six three-year old heifers and the bull home from Malham to PD. We also did the ones at home and Wenningber. We had a good run with most of them being in-calf. We then took six different heifers back to Malham. These are the ones that are for sale, most of the other ones will be going to Penyghent.

Jack and I took twelve in-calf heifers to John Bradley’s at Penyghent. We dosed them beforehand and something must have upset them as they seemed very spooked. Talking to John he said his heifers had been very uneasy and upset the previous day. I also had a call from Charlie Bruce who farms in Aberdeenshire who said his heifers were so spooked they had jumped over three fences and his bull had nearly drowned in a trout pond. Was there some supernatural force in place or just a coincidence??? Answers on a postcard please.
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Links of Interest
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Limestone project
link to Settle town's site
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