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Annual General Meeting 2021

I hereby give notice to convene the Annual General Meeting of The English Guernsey Cattle Society being held on Wednesday 8th September 2021 at Garway Village Hall, Herefordshire by kind invitation of The President, Mr Mark Jones. After such a long time apart, we are pleased to say this year’s AGM will once again beContinue reading

Guernseys are back in the ring! Devon County show returns.

Last weekend saw a welcome return of the Devon County show after a one year hiatus due to Covid-19. Colin Gleed kindly judged the Guernsey and Inter breed classes and gave this report of the day. ‘There were only 6 Guernseys forward, but they were of a very high standard. Michael Dawes had an entryContinue reading

Thought provoking presentation on Rethinking Methane by Professor Frank Mitloehner given at BCBC conference.

Professor Frank Mitloehner from the University of California gave a fantastic and informative presentation at the BCBC 2021 conference in January on how by rethinking methane, we can show how animal agricultural is on the path to climate neutrality, which will allow the global community to find meaning full solutions to climate change. You mayContinue reading

First ever E.G.C.S Journal from 1920

100 years ago, the first English Guernsey Cattle Society Journal was published. The journal features a feeding article, prices of sales, write ups on shows including in Australia and advertisements of herds. To download the whole journal click this link:    

EGCS Accounts 2019

As there will be no Annual General Meeting in 2020 due to Covid 19 restrictions, we are posting the full copy of the Accounts for The English Guernsey Cattle Society 2019 on the website for the members information. If you require a hard copy of the accounts please contact the Office and they will beContinue reading

Agrifest Show postponed to 2021

The Agrifest Show to have been held in November 2020 at The Devon County Showground, Westpoint, Exeter has been cancelled until 2021 due to the increased restrictions for Covid 19