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Eddisbury Aberdeen Angus

The Eddisbury Pedigree Aberdeen Angus herd was established in 1982 by Jeremy and Meg Weston with two cows from the Curzon herd of D C Moss & Son, Nottingham.


The suckler herd is now 110 cows and the Westons were joined in the business by their daughter and son in law, Katie and Nigel Waterworth in 2001.

The cows are traditional type pedigree cattle and the herd is closed apart form the purchase of new stock bulls when required. Young stock are reared outdoors all year on a diet of grass and home grown haylage. The herd is mostly spring calving and produces about 50 quality pedigree Aberdeen Angus breeding bulls for sale each year. 

 

Eddisbury Lodge Farm is situated on the edge of Delamere Forest in mid Cheshire in a 6 month TB testing area. Nearest towns are Chester and Northwich. We have never had a positive TB test and are free from BVD, Lepto, IBR and Johnes. 

 

Young bulls are sold ready to work, at the age of 15 months upwards, and heifers, in calf heifers and young cows with calves at foot are sometimes available.

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