Celebrating 50 Years of the Lleyn Sheep Society in 2020

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Lambing Time Gallery

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The McGowans Attract a Crowd

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The Scottish & Borders Lleyn Breeders Club squeezed in a Zoom Gathering before many settle in to lambing time.  Over 40 participants, from Cornwall to Orkney, with all four nations represented signed in to listen to Debbie & Neil McGowan give their presentation about how and why they do what they do at Incheoch.  They have recently been awarded Farmers Weekly Sheep Farmer of the Year so considered a well worthy watch by many hoping to learn something. 

Club Secretary Paul Barrow notes that “there were breeders with a range of experience in the breed from some of the founding flocks right through to those who are just starting their journey with Lleyn sheep. I think everyone really enjoyed listening to the McGowan’s experiences with their sheep and I am sure it brought up some very happy memories for a number of people who joined”.

Congratulations Team McGowan

Farmers Weekly Awards 2020:
Sheep Farmer of the Year

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A progressive mindset, excellent stockmanship and rigorous evaluation of maternal traits has made Incheoch genetics profitable, functional and among the most sought after in commercial lamb production. Read More [Here] 

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Shows & Events 2021

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BREXIT - 1st January 2021


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Lleyn is Self Sufficient


He likes to finish as many as possible off grass and believes Lleyn lambs are under appreciated in this respect. Lleyn lambs consistently meet the market spec killing out between 19-22 kgs without going over fat but most importantly finishing of grass. Read more [HERE]


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