The Welsh Black Cattle Society have kindly extended an invitation to members of the Longhorn Cattle Society to take part in event on
18 and 19 September.
The event starts at Jonathon and Debbie Pugh’s farm Ty Talgarth, Nantymoel, Bridgend, Glamorgan, CF32 7NR. Jonathon is the Council member for Glamorgan for the Welsh Black Cattle Society and he and his family farm the highest grazing land in the county at 1750ft. They have recently diversified to open their own farm butchery known as ’Ty Talgarth Organic Beef’. To add the finish touch it is anticipated that the Treorchy Male Voice Choir will greet visitors on arrival at Ty Talgarth. The visit commences at 2pm.
On Saturday 19 September the visit will be to Frank Sutton’s Parc Grace Dieu herd at The Hendre, Monmouthshire. Frank is Welsh Black Cattle Society Council member for Monmouthshire as well as being a Council member for the Longhorn Cattle Society. There will be an opportunity to see the Welsh Black and Longhorn herds, as well as the herd of North American Bison, followed by a barbeque. Again, the visit will commence at 2pm
If you are interested in taking part in this event either contact Debbie at the Longhorn Office on 0845 017 1027 or the Welsh Black Cattle Society office on 01982 551111