Less is more

Whether it is growing crops, feeding and managing livestock, or operating and maintaining machinery, the emphasis is on cost efficiency and ‘doing it right’ at Chapelton, near Castle Douglas in south-west Scotland

10 Jan 2020

Undoubtedly best known both in the UK and globally for its pedigree Beef Shorthorn herd, and more recently Aberdeen Angus which were introduced following the 2001 foot and mouth epidemic, the Chapelton prefix was established by the late Walter Biggar and son James in the 1930s. At the time the Grange prefix was already being used for the family’s pedigree Galloways.