Brysgaga Welsh Black Cattle
The breed where quality comes naturally with full traceability!
Ysguboriau Erddyn 45th - A big well fleshed bull with a topping Topline. A bull that proved himself an excellent stockgetter over eight breeding seasons at Brysgaga. His characteristics have been passed down to his offspring, showing both growth and quality.
He has sired Champions at society sales, such as Brysgaga Mari 39th, Champion female at Dolgellau November 2006.
His most famous son, Brysgaga Erddyn42nd was sold privately to Genus ABS in 2003, now one of the breed's most influential bulls, with his offspring topping many society sales. Some semen is still available through Genus ABS.
In 2002 Neuadd blood was introduced for the first time into the herd, to bring the quality and correctness associated with the Neuadd name. His offspring are stylish, smart, and showy. Brysgaga Mari 47th, made up one of the winning group of three cattle at the 2008 Royal Welsh Show.
Brysgaga Seraff 35th sired by Hebog was Reserve Champion at Dolgellau in January 2008, weighing 970 kg at 22 months sold for 9,500 gns.
Purchased in January 2007 at Dolgellau for 6,800 gns, a big, powerful bull showing tremendous size, quality and character. His first bull calf Brysgaga Gwern was a stock bull at the Castell Herd while Brysgaga Gwern 2nd along with four maiden heifers were exported to Denmark in May 2009.
Purchased privately from breeder Doug Rawbotham in 2010, a big bull with great depth of breeding. His progeny helped us secure the accolade of Herd Of The Year in 2014. Seraff has moved on recently to become the stock bull at Huw Roberts' Gyrn herd.
A son of 14,000 gns Ysguboriau Brenin 75th out of Graig Goch Marian 30th. Present stock bull Graig Goch Berwyn 75th was Reserve Interbreed champion at the 2015 Royal Welsh Show. His crop of 2017 born calves are showing great promise.
Ysguboriau Erddyn 45th
Brysgaga Mari 39th
Brysgaga Erddyn 42nd A.I.
Neuadd Hebog 151st
Brysgaga Seraff 35th
Gwern Cynyddion Erddyn 2nd
Maethlon Madog - Sire of many Smithfield Show Champions, a big long bull with excellent fleshing and good hindquarters.