Will have one Shorthorn bull and five maiden Shorthorn heifers forward the sale on the 23 October.
A well-grown, September-born, son of Chapelton Emperor, Jacob secured a third prize at the Royal Highland Show in 2017. He combines very good calving and milk figures with strong growth rates and muscling EBVs.
Chapelton Jackie 5568
A Chapelton Brigadier daughter, Jackie combines good calving figures with good eye-muscle area and retail yield figures. Her dam is a maternal sister to a bull bought by Cogent.
Chapelton Nettle 5594
Nettle is another Brigadier daughter with direct calving ease figures in the top 10% of the breed.
Chapelton Wild Eyes 5611
Wild Eyes’ dam is a maternal sister to Julius, who sold for 6,800 gns, and Galaxy, who sold for 7,500 gns.
Chapelton Cheerleader 5657
Cheerleader’s dam is a maternal sister to Hamlet, a bull we have retained for use at home, and Emir, who sold for 7,500 gns. She was sired by Fergus of Upsall and has good growth rate figures.
Chapelton Pixie 5671
Pixie is another Fergus daughter with exceptional milk figures.