Holstein UK Premier Pedigree Herd Open Day 2014 – Cowsmo

Holstein UK Premier Pedigree Herd Open Day 2014

Holstein UK’s top herd opens its doors!

Following their prestigious Holstein UK Premier Pedigree Herd 2013 win, Bill Nadin and partner Yasmin Bradbury, owners of Sterndaleand Peak Holsteins, have announced the date of their highly-anticipated open day.

Held in the heart of the Peak District National Park at Fernydale Farm, this one day event will take place on Saturday 28 June 2014. Commencing from 10:30am onwards, highlights include a full herd inspection and a small elite sale of their top stock.

Averaging 10,410kgs, 4.32%F & 3.13%P, the herd is founded on top cow families such as Ashlyn, Ghost, Rae, Altitude and Rhapsodyand leaders in their field, in 2003, Bill sold Field of Dreams Formation Erle for 76,000gns – a record for a cow in-milk sold at auction. Bill and Yasmin are also no strangers to the red rosettes won in the show-ring. Over the years, they travelled back to the hills of Derbyshire with numerous Championship ribbons and another noteworthy achievement was collecting five All Britain Awards in 2012.

Alongside their hard work on the farm, Bill is also involved with the UK AI company, KingStreet Sires, with his daughter, Sue and son-in-law, Mark Nutsford. Yasmin also keeps busy by running their exclusive Fernydale Farm Bed & Breakfast.

Holstein UK’s Head of Business Development Lucy Andrews-Noden says: “Showcasing the Holstein breed at its best, Sterndale and Peak’s open day promises to impress. Both Bill and Yasmin are very well respected in the industry and this event will be a great shop window for their hard work and dedication.”

Peak Goldwyn Rhapsody EX92(2E)
Peak Goldwyn Rhapsody EX92(2E)
Bill Nadin & Yasmin Bradbury
Bill Nadin & Yasmin Bradbury

The quality that will be on show at the UK’s top herd will be outstanding. Amongst the great attractions of the day will be the likes ofPeak Goldwyn Rhapsody EX95(2E), Sterndale Goldwyn Rae VG89 and Sterndale Kite Rae EX92(2E). A day not to be missed.

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