Red Ruby Devon Cattle
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|Part of Farming's Future
Patron: HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
The DCBS is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. It is the breed society for Red Ruby Devon Cattle and was established in 1884 to promote and maintain the purity of the Red Ruby Devon breed. It also works to promote the Davy Herd Book which was first published in 1851.
Today the chief functions of the DCBS are:
For details of membership, fee scales and other information, please contact Catherine Broomfield, the Secretary.Please click here for a list of the current Society Council Members
|Busy, busy, busy! |
for news on forthcoming workshops, members' day, Social events, and Show & Sales, visit our events page
Eastyard Herd win
DCBS Breeder of the Year
Mike & Danni Cowell's Eastyard Herd come out tops of the Show season's Points Competition
for all the results and prize winners download the 2013 Show Supplement
|Herd Competition Results |
Herd Visit to overall winners,
Bollowal Herd, Cornwall
on Friday, 18th October 2013
Contact DCBS Secretary for details
Download Competition Results here
For the beef, the whole beef,
and nothing but the beef
buy delicious Red Ruby Beef
Find your quality supplier here
Red Ruby Devon Beef at Waitrose in Devon and Cornwall
find your local store here
Confused on TB Rules?
A helpful crib sheet from Livestock Auctioneers Association
Breed Standard of Excellence
for males and females
Spring Show & Sale 2014
Thursday 13 March 2014 at Sedgemoor Auction Centre, J24 of M5
The official Sale of 83 pedigree Red Ruby Devons including 13 Bulls.
Download Sale Catalogue here
Thinking of buying Red Ruby Devons? Then read the DCBS Buyers' Guide FIRST!
2013 Calf Bank
In need of a surrogate calf or mother?
DCBS member Angus Cottey runs a voluntary match-making service
contact: 077309 29497
Thinking of taking semen from your bull?
Then read this summary of EU requirements for collection of semen regards IBR status produced by UK Sire Services
DCBS Semen list
Polled, horned or confused?
A helpful guide from EBLEX
Thinking of Showing?
Take a look at our helpful guide for Judges and Exhibitors
Good Bed Time Reading
"Marketing prime beef cattle for better returns" excellent manual by EBLEX and it's free! firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy
Get Healthy in 2014!
for a list of CHeCs acrredited Herd Health schemes, visit the CheCs website here
Disease Prevention Reports