Third Generation Charollais Breeders!

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Cavick Charollais

Sheep

WVW

Elizabeth Barber

Mitchel Britten

MV Accredited


Scrapie Monitored

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It all started in 1977


The very first Charollais sheep were imported from France to Cavick House Farm in 1977 by Elizabeth's father David Barber.


We always knew we wanted to start a flock of pedigree sheep and Charollais really stood out from the rest, as well as the strong connections the breed has with our farm & my family.

Our aim is to breed strong tups for the commercial market. We believe there is no other breed that can produce premium quality meat the same as Charollais.

We have had some great feedback from buyers enjoying the easy lambing and good carcasses.

Our customers rave about great taste & texture of the Charollais meat.

Charollais really are a stand out breed.


We sell rams and ewes off the farm and we also enter NSA sales every year.

Our future aim is to keep producing rams to sell to both pedigree and commercial buyers at Worcester Premier and other sales.

We also keep a look out for good show animals within our flock, as we enjoy showing.


We have been breeding Charollais sheep since 2012 and we have loved every minute of being in the breed and look forward to see where it takes us next.