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  • POSTED ON 11/o2/20

Unfortunately the Border Breeds Evening sale of choice in-lamb females and ewe hoggs by registered sires has been cancelled due to the lack of entries. There were only entries from South Country Cheviot breeders. If you are interested in buying any of these sheep, please get in touch with the Secretary, 07715 409 170.

  • POSTED ON 27/11/19

Congratulations to Andrew Reid, Glendearg, whose South Country Cheviot lambs were judged as Best Pair of Cheviot lambs at LiveScot on Saturday. They then went on to be Champion of the Hill Breeds as well as going on to be Reserve Champion Pen of Lambs behind a pair of Beltex lambs.

  • posted on 08/10/19

The President's Social will be held in Durisdeer Village Hall on Saturday 16th November at 7.30pm. A bar licence has been applied for. There will be a Finger Buffet, Fun and Entertainment as well as a raffle and an auction in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
The auction will consist of five lots - each lot will allow you to take two ewes to run with a nominated tup from five of the top flocks within the breed for 21 days. Further particulars nearer the time. Make sure you do not miss out on this unique opportunity.
Tickets are available from Council members or the Secretary.

  • Posted on 16/09/19

Cheviot Ram Show & Sale

356 entries (+9)

Ballot drawn by Norman Douglas

1. Blackburn (4)
2. Eskdale (1)
3. Upper Hindhope (12)
4. Glendearg (6)
5. Lymiecleuch (2)
6. Stirkfield (14)
7. Glenjaan (3)
8. Westerton Cottage (2)
9. Lochurd (8)
10. Bloch (12)
11. North Shortcleuch (3)
12. Cossarshill (8)
13. Hislop (11)
14. Burrows (4)
15. Becks (18)
16. Castle Crawford (15)
17. Dalgare (2)
18. Glenochar (6)
19. Mainside (12)
20. Tushielaw (7)
21. Hoghill (6)
22. Springwells (3)
23. Skelfhill (12)
24. Potholm (8)
25. Mountbenger (11)
26. Crosscleuch (6)
27. Alemoor (8)
28. Gilmanscleuch (10)
29. Inkstack (2)
30. Sundhope (10)
31. Langdale (3)
32. Townfoot (4)
33. Unthank (3)
34. Hindhope (12)
35. Carlenrig (5)
36. Shilmoor (4)
37. Crossdykes (17)
38. Granton (7)
39. Megdale (8)
40. Laghead (2)
41. Cooms (5)
42. Tweedshaws (3)
43. Priesthaugh (7)
44. Catslack (14)
45. Langhope (5)
46. Lymeholmford (4)
47. Chatto (7)
48. Drycleuchlea (9)
49. Burnside (1)
50. Glendivan (11)

  • Posted on 07/07/19

A big thank you to everybody that sold NSA Scotland Raffle Tickets on behalf of the Society. Your efforts have not only helped raise £855.00 for the Society, but we have also won a Honda Generator worth almost £1,250.00 for being the society that sold the most tickets. An exercise well worth undertaking.

  • posted on 24/06/19

Congratulations to Jim and Shaz of the Becks who announced at the Royal Highland Show that they are getting married later this year.

  • posted on 24/06/19

Congratulations to Jim Robertson, Becks, who won the championship at the Royal Highland Show. Although he has judged the event twice he has never shown before at the RHS.
Many thanks to all the exhibitors:- Ross Bell, Bloch; Miss Emma Bradbury, Satchells; James Common & Son, Crossdykes, W Crew, The Gall; W N Douglas, Catslack; J F Irving, Mountbbenger; H & J McKenzie, Langdale; J & K Muirhead, Somerset, and J Robertson, Becks.

  • posted on 24/06/19

The Society had a stand at NSA North Sheep on the 5th June. This event was held in Yorkshire and was very well attended with a lot of interest on our stand. Many thanks to Jim Robertson and Jim Wood for providing the sheep for the stand.

  • Posted on 24/06/19

A very successful Stockjudging evening was held on the 2nd June at Castle Crawford. Many thanks to John & Jane Paton and James Cochrane for making it a very enjoyable evening. More than 150 members and friends attended with most attempting to agree with the master judge, David Dalgleish, Chanlockfoot. The winner was Lorna McNicol who pipped both the immediate past president, George Irving, Mountbenger and the vice president, Tom Tennant, Gilmanscleuch, by one point. The evening was rounded off by a hog roast which proved very popular.

  • posted on 24/06/19

On the 21st May, the Society had a stand at NSA Welsh Sheep in North Wales near Caernarfon. Unfortunately many stands felt there were not as many people attending the event compared to two years ago when it was held in South Wales. Sheep were provided by Jim Robertson and Billy Common - many thanks to them both.

  • Posted on 22/12/18

Wishing everyone a Very Happy Christmas and a Merry & Prosperous New Year.

  • posted on 24/11/18 - NSA Scotland Raffle

NSA Scotland are running a raffle for a Honda TRX 420FM1 ATV which will be drawn at the Royal Highland Show 2019. Tickets are £1.00 each and are sold in books of five and for every book the Cheviot Sheep Society sells, £3.00 will be gifted to our Society.
This is a great way to raise funds to improve the finances of the Cheviot Sheep Society which hopefully will allow us to not only do more for the existing membership but also increase membership numbers. For those members who were unable to attend the AGM, please get in touch with the Secretary and ask for some tickets to sell.

  • Posted on 24/11/18 - Evening sale of choice in-lamb females & ewe hoggs by registered sires

The 'Border Breeds' evening sale at Longtown will be held on Tuesday 19th February 2019. As last year, the show will take place at 4pm with the sale beginning at 5pm. The judge will be Lorraine Luescher, Megdale, Langholm.
This is an ideal opportunity for breeders, old and new, to purchase some of the best bloodlines in the breed.

  • Posted on 24/11/18 - Prime Hogg Show & Sale

This year the Show & Sale will again be held at Longtown in conjunction with C & D's own Show & Sale on Thursday 14th March 2019. As in previous years, this will undoubtedly be a cracking show of Cheviot Hoggs which highlights the ability
of the breed to produce not only quality breeding females, but tremendous carcases for both the export and home markets.

  • posted on 23/11/18 - Flock Book Entry Form

The 2019 Flock Book Entry Form can now be downloaded from the Members Page of the Cheviot Sheep Society website. Please remember that - All Rams must be bred by a current member of the Society and can only be entered by the breeder. All Ram Lambs used must be entered in the Flock Book. Entry Fees are £5.00 per ram. All entries and entry fees must be in the hands of the secretary no later than 1st February 2019. Any entries received after that date increases the fees to £10.00 per ram.

  • Posted on 25/10/18 - AGM

The 128th Annual General Meeting of the Members of the above Society will be held in the Eskdale Hotel, Langholm on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 7.30pm.
The documentation has been posted to all members today and hopefully a large number of members will be able to attend.

  • Posted on 08/10/18 - Annual Ram Show & Sale at Lockerbie

A full report can be found in the Sales section under Sales Reports.