Previous Oak Fold Stock Bull
Uisdean Geal of Craigowmill

Uisdean Geal of Craigowmill was bought at Oban as a two year old out of the well respected Craigowmill fold from Kinross. His bloodlines from the ancient Scottish folds are impeccable.

Jock of Craigowmill
UKPA014400108 25/01/1997 M8640
Aonghas of Scourie
SCMZ1 06/05/1988 M7489
Bean Geal 3rd of Leys
WLCE29 16/04/1993 F38288
Molly 2nd of Craigowmill
UKPA014400026 13/03/1995 F40469
Trilleachan of Achnacloich
NEAY29 23/04/1987 M7382
Molly 22nd of Cladich
FEDY9 19/02/1987 F31406

Since using him on females from the Oak fold he has produced excellent stock that have gone on to be show winners in their own right.

He has a good conformation, is strong in the legs and exudes the Highland breed character with his magnificent head, clear bright eyes and majestic sweeping horns. The highland breed has been described as charismatic, beautiful and noble and Uisdean Geal fits the description to perfection.

On the show circuit he has been very successful, almost always winning his class and going on to attain the Male Championship. His temperament is excellent for showing and this is coming through in all his progeny, indeed, one of this years offspring Gusgurlach of Oak was 1st in class and reserve male champion at Nantwich show ( Second only to his sire Uisdean! )

Uisdean Geal of Craigowmill
Colour: White......Date Calved: 13/03/2001

Male Champion at the Staffordshire Show 2003
Best in Class at the Cheshire Show 2003
Reserve Champion at the Cheshire Show 2004
Male Champion at the Oswestry Show 2004
in Class at the Cheshire Show 2004
1st in Class at the Nantwich Show 2005
Male Champion at the Nantwich Show 2005
1st in class at Oswestry Show 2005

Male Champion at Oswestry Show 2005
Reserve Breed Champion at Oswestry Show 2005

Uisdean as a two year old

He never misses an opportunity!

Uisdean's fine genes can be seen in Gusgurlach of Oak, pictured here at 18 months

At less than a year old Aongas of Oak is showing signs of being a fine bull like his sire!
Here are some more of Uisdean's offspring

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