Brysgaga Welsh Black Cattle

The breed where quality comes naturally with full traceability!

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Brysgaga Welsh Black cattle are situated, in north Ceredigion, West Wales, an area, famous for its Pedigree Herds of Welsh Black Cattle.  Brysgaga consists of 148ha (365 acres) of less favoured land, all permanent pasture or long term grass leys, on the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains.  


As a family run traditional Beef and Sheep farm, the main enterprises consists of:-


A flock of 900 Aberfield, and South Wales type Welsh mountain Breeding ewes.  All lambs are finished on farm, and sold deadweight to Randal Parker, Llanidloes.  A number of Welsh ewes are purebred, with ewe lambs retained to maintain a closed flock policy.


The 100 head Brysgaga Pedigree Herd of Welsh Black cattle are made up from 35 spring calving cows plus followers.  All cattle are inwintered, with cows turned out after calving to be mixed grazed with the ewe flocks throughout the grazing season.  Bulls and surplus heifers are sold privately or at society sales, all steers are finished on farm and obtain a Welsh Black premium at local butchers.