Average 145 – 150 kg. Topping 180 kg. Born January. TB Status: Ready to move. Location: Wincanton. For more information contact Stuart Vile on 07802 379126.
Before COVID-19 shook the world, Meadow Quality’s Florence Giles (or Flo) visited Will Wakeman, a 30-year-old sheep, third-generation farmer from Bromsgrove. Will’s focus has since moved towards sheep and store lambs. Cattle and calves soon became of interest, too. Will grew up around livestock, working on the family farm from a young age. The farm … Read moreProducer Profile – Will Wakeman
“Let’s let COVID-19 know it’s not going to beat an industry renowned for stepping up to the plate when faced with a crisis”. Stewart Houston, Chair of Judges The 2020 National Pig Awards have become established as the premier event in the pig industry calendar. The awards recognise and reward excellence, foster innovation and inspire … Read moreEntries Open for 2020 National Pig Awards
Before COVID-19 shut the country down, Flo went and met Annabel and Andrew on their farm in the Worcestershire countryside to look at their farming system and how Meadow Quality and their relationship started. Annabel (24) and Andrew (26), a husband and wife team along with their 8 month old apprentice Phoebe first traded with … Read moreProducer Profile – Annabel & Andrew Edwards
The award is named in honour of Clive Mahony, an industry leading cattle specialist who sadly passed away suddenly in 2018. The Clive Mahony Bursary will be awarded annually with £250.00 presented to an agricultural student under 35 to assist with their ongoing education. The award will be presented at Head Office in Warwickshire. Students … Read moreClive Mahony Bursary Award
We are saddened to announce that Bob Bridgen, one of our much-loved, golf mad fieldsmen will be retiring on 10th April 2020. Bob has been with Meadow Quality for many years as a Livestock Fieldsmen covering the Dorset and Isle of Wight region. In his early days he teamed up with Gavin Isles from West … Read moreOur Fieldsman Bob Bridgen is Retiring
Our very own Simon Fryar has given his top 10 tips for rearing dairy calves. Here they are: Environment Environmental factors are commonly less considered by most, but is undoubtedly one of the greatest “make or break” for rearing calves to achieve optimum performance economically Many studies show that building/systems designed for calf rearing as … Read moreMeadow Quality’s Top 10 Tips for Rearing Beef Calves from the Dairy Herd