Cattle federation checks out our cows

WORLD Guernsey Cattle Federation delegates toured Le Hechet Farm yesterday as they got their first glimpse of island dairying.

Delegates from the Guernsey Cattle Federation visit La Heche Farm, St Saviour's, to look at the herd there. Left to right are Sue Staples, from the UK, local farmer Julian Ogier, Colin Guilbert, from North Dandalup, Western Australia, and John Gordon, from Ontario, Canada. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1332158)
Delegates from the Guernsey Cattle Federation visit La Heche Farm, St Saviour's, to look at the herd there. Left to right are Sue Staples, from the UK, local farmer Julian Ogier, Colin Guilbert, from North Dandalup, Western Australia, and John Gordon, from Ontario, Canada. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1332158)

WORLD Guernsey Cattle Federation delegates toured Le Hechet Farm yesterday as they got their first glimpse of island dairying.

Farmer Julian Ogier was pleased to show the guests around his St Saviour's property.

This was the first full day of their visit because on Sunday night they were welcomed at a vin d'honneur at Castle Cornet.

Yesterday the delegates were taken to different areas of Le Hechet Farm, in particular looking at the cows but also the machinery in use.

Comments for: "Cattle federation checks out our cows"

Bry

Amazing! I thought all Guernsey cows were now only bred, and available, in other countries.

All the vineries have been turned into building blocks, why not all the fields?

In the 'pending' tray I suppose

Bee

Aren't they gorgeous?

The cows I mean. Soooo beautiful!

markB

Shame they aren’t tethered… And I don’t mean the cows!