Nelson of Balmoral from HM the Queen - Champion Highlander, Best Native, Best pure bred and overall best bred by Exhibitor at LiveScot 2014.

Reserve Senior Native Interbreed at Stars of the Future Calf Show went to?Frangag Dubh of Cladich from I & M Adams and bred by Mrs JK Strickland. - Full report on results page.

Congratulations to Mrs SM Hill and Alasdair Ruadh of Auchtenny for winning the overall Highland Champion on her first visit to the Royal Welsh Show.

Congratulations to North of England Highland Cattle Club winning the overall Housewifes Choice at Great Yorkshire Show 2014.?Full results of show on results page

Congratulations to the Highland team at the 2014 Royal Highland Show - Reserve Native group of three - for full results go to results page.

Welcome to the Highland Cattle Society!

Highland cattle, with their long horns and flowing coats, have spread from the west of Scotland and are instantly recognisable throughout the world. ?Written records go back to the 18th century and the Highland Cattle Herd Book, first published in 1885, lists pedigrees since that time.

In the British Isles folds are found from the furthest south to the extreme north on many different types of ground varying from the slopes of the Sussex Downs and the fenlands of East Anglia, to the windswept machars of the Outer Hebrides.

New folds, as herds of Highlanders are known, are founded every year both at home and abroad and in recent years Highland Cattle societies have been started in Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Holland, Finland, France, Switzerland and Norway. ?There are Highlanders in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Estonia, USA, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Poland, and the Faroe Islands. See map link

Database Search

Use our excellent Database programme to search for members' addresses, cattle pedigrees and useful information about individual animals. The programme allows you to trace animal pedigrees to its origins. Also on this page is a full list of animal registration fees.

Latest News

Scottish food heroes revealed .....

World class Scotch Beef PGI is Scotland’s favourite homegrown dish

New bull registration

New DNA kits

124th Annual Spring Show & Sale

Sunday 15th & Monday 16th February 2015


Oban Show & Sale

Dovecote Park

Highlanders wanted

Voluntary Bull Assessment

Animals for Sale

Looking for some Highlanders


Do you need to catch up on your registrations....


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