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large white or cream-colored breed from France

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Heifers per head - Charolais: PS1010 Beechgrove, PS935 Netherfield.
A prime Charolais heifer is quietly maturing at the butcher, three lambs will be cooked Argentinian-style over an open fire and 300 invited guests will enjoy a post-lunch tractor-trailer tour of the Perthshire farm's 1,500 acres.
The Scottish & Northern Charolais Breeders Association Cup was awarded to Messrs FT Walton, Flotterton for a very correct ginger bullock by the Charolais bull out of a Black Limousin cross cow and the renowned Coquetdale producers also took both first and second prize for their pens of four Charolais cross steers, all bred the same way.
Hitting the headlines at 7,200 guineas was the magnificent Charolais bull from Robert McWilliams who farms at Maghera.
The figure represented a 73% clearance leaving Charolais to once again take the lead at the spring multi-beef breed sales and grossing just short of PS1m.
Mr Boomaars runs 150 Charolais and 30 Aberdeen Angus cows in Kent.
Mr Owen will welcome visitors from 12 beef producing countries, from Australia to Zimbabwe, who are spending two weeks in the UK visiting 15 Charolais herds.
"Charolais are a muscular, strong breed with a big beef yield and are lovely beasts.
How I did it: Charolais were imported from France in the 1960s and are now one of the most popular beef breeds in the country.
"Charolais are very popular in Australia," he proclaims as he tries to explain why he is making such a bold move.
She is a Charolais cow and is the biggest Jane has come across in her 14 years with the breed.
THE British Charolais Cattle Society has renewed contacts with the Brazilian market after five years.
Toward the end of the War of the Public Weal, for instance, Louis told Charles of Charolais that he meant to cede to the rebels' demands; as the two men rode along conversing, Charles suddenly discovered that he had ridden far from his lines.
Bullocks (889) averaged 211.3p (-8.1p on the year) and sold to 297.5p per kg for a pair of 242kg Charolais crosses from Bogburn Farm, Duncanston and PS1,290 (twice) for a 785kg Charolais cross from Fiddlefield, Muir of Ord and also for a 725kg Charolais cross from Woodend, Killearnan.