Please click here to see the full fact sheet about Red Poll cattle from the Rare Breeds Survival Trust.
The Red Poll world is made up of members from every walk of life and
has links throughout the world. There are members of Red Poll
organisations in Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Jamaica, New Zealand,
South Africa, United States of America as well as...
The Society operates through a Council which is responsible for the
promotion of the Red Poll breed in general and in particular to maintain
the beef and milking qualities of the breed thus adding value to the
Council has defined its role...
Students and Young Handlers
Society we are passionate about young people, and if you are a student, member
of YFC or just someone who is interested in cattle we are here to help
investment in the next generation of farmers takes many forms...
An article from the Farmers Guardian - 8 March 2012
Starting up a rare breed dairy herd from scratch may be too much of a
challenge for some, but for John Butler and owner of Avenue Farms, Michael
Jarmon, it is a...
Red Polls are a hardy breed of cattle, originating from an area
with poor, light sandy soils and cold winds from the North Sea. They
have a well developed rumen, able to convert low quality forage into
high quality milk and beef...
Red Poll Cattle were a rare breed for many years.
The Society was supported by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust until
the breeding stock of Red Poll cows exceeded 2000 in the UK when it
moved to the RBST's Watch List and...
The Mission Statement of the Red Poll Cattle Society of Great
Britain reflects the constitution of the Society.
The Red Poll Cattle Society will serve
its members through enhancing the development of Red Poll cattle and
promoting their use within the livestock...