Starburst 1 Julie and Andrew in the ribbons in a large class of Any Other Breed,  followed by  Starburst 1 Joanna and Andrew placing second in Any Other BreedImageImageAugust 5, 2013,  Andrew & Marie Bayliss showcased some Starburst Hereford cattle at the Turriff annual show.  Mini Goldrush was a highlight and placed a respectable third in Any Other Breed against some spectacular Lincoln Reds.  Goldrush drew a lot of attention, with many people wanting to photograph him especially beside standard size Herefords.   The weather was tremendous and great fun was had by all.Image

First Miniature Hereford calf born from natural breeding arrives at Starburst Herefords, Scotland


June 28, 2012 10:00PM – Starburst Joker, a 34 pound perfectly marked Miniature Hereford bull arrived unassisted from a heifer mother, Mini Ginger, and bull Mini Goldrush.  This naturally bred calf was a first at Starburst Herefords, in Scotland UK.  Although breeding naturally in Canada since 1994, most Miniature Herefords in the UK, regardless of breeder, has been born from embryos obtained over the years from the Starburst breeding program in Canada.  This natural service baby is from the same well established breeding program, and one of the first Miniature Herefords in the UK to be born by natural service. Joker will be an ambassador of the breed, as he will be retained on farm to help introduce visitors to Miniature Herefords. 

May 4, 2012 Starburst Herefords Spring Turnout AGAIN

In Aberdeenshire, Scotland, In spite of below seasonal temperatures and expected temperatures at night below freezing, some of the Starburst Herefords and Shorthorns have yet once again been turned out on the lush organic grass.  The first turnout was back in March when unseasonably warm weather lured us into thinking we had an early spring.  However, April was full of cool showers and the cattle came back in  to our cozy cattle courts for another month until today. Hopefully, this is the for real turnout of the year.Image