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ABOUT US

The MSHCC is a small, friendly club whose members all have a shared interest in Highland cattle.  Founded in the early 1990s the club has gradually gained in size and interest ever since. We currently have around 50 members and are always happy to welcome new ones.



The club has lots of activities and events throughout the year where everyone gets together and has fun.  We start off in January with the AGM. In April there is usually a visit arranged to see a centre that has Highland cattle or with a farming or agricultural interest. Throughout the summer there are over 20 shows where our Highland cattle win trophies and rosettes. Included in the line up is the Club Show which rotates around the various large shows and is a must see. In addition, usually around September, we have a fold visit to one of the club member’s farm. Lastly you will also receive a quarterly news letter…or should we say moosletter…that features articles on all the club’s events, competitions, recipes, adverts and the season’s show results.



THE COMMITTE​E

We have a small dedicated committee that runs MSHCC.  Everyone works hard to organise events, visits and shows.

Daniel has a growing herd of Highlanders which he takes great care of as Livestock Manager. He greatest achievement was winning Male Champion at Oban in 2017 with a homebred bull.

CHAIRMAN
TREASURER

Sandie has a real passion for Highland Cattle and explained recently they have changed her life. Her Highlanders are award winning!

COMMITTEE MEMBER

Mr Robert Wain, always on hand to help with committee meetings, events and shows. He has prize winning Highlanders too.

SHOW C0-0RDINATOR

Mrs Jose Barr is one of the founding members of the club and does an amazing job arranging all the show itineraries. 

COMMITTEE MEMBER

Jeff’s love of Highland cattle began nearly 10 years ago when he owned one, he now breeds and shows Highlands and has a healthy fold of just under 20.

Jeff’s love of Highland cattle began nearly 10 years ago when he owned one, he now breeds and shows Highlands and has a healthy fold of just under 20.

COMMITTEE MEMBER
COMMITTEE MEMBER

Paul Harris is our newest committee member. Paul has a fold in Bedfordshire and has been bitten by the showing bug! 

Brian Dalby is a long standing member of the Club. He keeps us on the straight and narrow with his knowledge gained over the years with the NFU.

VICE CHAIRMAN

Liz, is responsible for dealing with all the club correspondence. She is a baker by trade but has also had her own Highland fold in Herefordshire.

GENERAL SECRETARY
COMMITTEE MEMBER

Jim and his wife Brenda are longstanding members of the club.  He is extremly passionate about the breed and regularly competes (& wins!) at agricutltural shows.

COMMITTEE MEMBER

Rob, based in West Sussex,raises 
commercial cattle along with prize winning Highlanders.  Excellent sense of humour 
and a fantastic host.

COMMITTEE MEMBER

Fiona’s main responsibility on the club is the Newsletter. Breeding and showing her Highlands for the last 10 years. Fiona can usually be found taking a ‘selfie’ with her Highlands!  

Lindsey Trees started her journey with Highlands in 2002 and has around 25 cattle in her fold. Lindsey started showing in 2011 and was overwhelmed by other exhibitors encouragement, kind offers and help.
 

COMMITTEE MEMBER