Lot 8 – Caramba Rothes Kissable Click the link below to view all the images from Caramba herd
Following on from the successful launch of www.pedigreesales.co.uk in 2016, This weekend ( 8th April) sees the start of the second online sale of pedigree Beef Shorthorn cattle featuring the noted Caramba herd of Tom Staunton, Galway.
Already there has been strong interest in the cattle that are for sale, with the pre sale videos having chalked up hours of views to date. Sale lots include the All Ireland Junior Bull Champion, full sister to the highly acclaimed Caramba Hottie.
Buyers of the cattle can sit back and wait for their purchases to be delivered without charge as Caramba take care of this as a ‘lucky penny’.
All lots are detailed with reserve prices and registered users are able to bid above these threshold figures. This then activates a countdown times which starts at 72 hours and counts down to zero. If there are no higher offers then the bidder is successful!
Each lot has been photographed, and video footage is also available. Full pedigree history is detailed for consideration, with any points of interest such as show and sale success history of parents.
Beef Shorthorn cattle are a beautiful breed of cattle with much to offer today’s farmer. They are a docile, milky mother and under various schemes Shorthorn beef is in demand with large retailers. Their ability to thrive and prosper under minimal management systems has boosted their popularity immensely, and confidence in the breed is at an all time high. This online sale offers established herds and those investing in their first animal a unique opportunity. Buyers from the 2016 sale have been delighted with their purchases which is rewarding feedback.
Tom Staunton is delighted with the interest in his Beef Shorthorns to date, and believes that www.pedigreesales.co.uk
o ffers a simple and effective method of buying livestock. The added bonus of course is that stock do not have to move from the sellers farm until they are sold and this maintains high levels of health status.
Viewing is welcome on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th April, and visitors are invited to meet at Mother Hubbards Kilcolgan, Galway for 11.00 – 11.30 am where light refreshments will be provided. They will then travel a short distance to view the Caramba herd, and the sale lots.