The Galloway is one of the oldest and purest of our native cattle breeds. They are famed for their hardiness and can live off the poorest of land. The Galloway female is the ideal suckler cow, and will produce an excellent beefy calf, which is in great demand by people wanting highest quality, natural grown beef.
Galloway Cattle have a great deal to offer and will fit into any system, either a traditional hill farm or low land farm. Galloway popularity is growing due to the increased interest in British Native cattle and environment issues. At the 2009 Royal Highland show, the Galloways won all the major trophies including the individual, native interbreed, interbreed and pairs competitions. Never has one breed dominated all the cattle championships at Scotland’s premiere show. See here for more details.
2016 Galloway World Congress
We are delighted to welcome you to the 2016 Galloway World Congress to be held in the home land of Galloways. Click here for more information
Shows & Sales
Find out what's happening at the shows and sales - from who's winning the rosettes to top prices.
- Ayr Show - 11th & 12th May
- 2012 Beef Event Malvern - 26th May
- Drymen Show - 26th May
- Royal Highland Show - 21st to 24th June
Young Members Group
The Galloway Young Members Group is a newly formed group to help educated and encourage anyone interest in Galloways and cattle. During the year they have meetings, farm walks, demonstrations, stockjudgings, cattle dressing and stockmanship competitions. Open to all under 26 years of age. Please contact the office or follow on the Galloway Cattle Society Facebook page.
Galloway World Congress 5th to 10th August **
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Tavistock Annual Show and Sale
Tuesday 5th July 2016
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Carlisle Spring Show and Sale – Harrison and Hetherington – Friday 26th February 2016 Read More »
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Search & Online Registration
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