The Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society is the regulator of Aberdeen-Angus cattle in the UK, ensuring the provenance, quality and progression of the breed.
The Society has been active since 1879 focusing on breeding quality bulls and cows that produce premium quality meat.
The meat is now in high demand from retailers, restaurants, butchers and consumers which makes breeding Aberdeen-Angus cattle a commercially smart plan for today’s commercial beef farmers.
HRH Prince Charles, patron of the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society
Following in the footsteps of his grandmother the Queen Mother, HRH Prince Charles is the patron of the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society. The Prince of Wales has a successful Aberdeen-Angus herd at Highgrove and takes an active interest in the Castle of Mey herd in Caithness which is now run by The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust.