HCE Highland Cattle Eschweiler, passionate breeders of “Scottish Highland Cattle” in Luxembourg

 

Welcome

We welcome you to our homepage « HCE Highland Cattle Eschweiler, passionate breeders of “Scottish Highland Cattle” in Luxembourg ». We are passionate about breeding Scottish Highland cattle since 2005. This breed fascinated us from the start with its wonderful appearance and companionable nature, as well as its enormous resilience against adverse weather conditions and its prudence on poor grazing land, whilst producing best premium meat. For us, Scottish Highland cows are the extensive breed without example.

From the start, we are afterall interested in framy Scottish Highland cows, often of Canadian origine. Our established goal is to breed high quality, robust and easy to calve Scottish Highland cows, combined with the best international genetics.

 We hope you enjoy the virtual journey on our homepage. We are happy to assist you with any queries that you might have.

 Carine and Marc Scheer

 

NEWS

Export to Belgium

In May, we have exported one of our breeding bulls, HCE KNUT, and a young heifer, HCE NIGHT LIGHT, to the breeding station of Didier S. in Belgium, called « Château de Laverne ». We wish good luck and a lot of success to Didier !  
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Export to the Touraine (F)

This spring, we have exported HCE ODISEE to the breeding station « LA CAILLÈRE » of Christelle & Thierry Mercier. ODISEE will be replacing the older bull HCE HERCULE, who, in the meantime, has produced a few very good daughters. As we have before, we wish good luck and a lot...
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Departure of HCE NILS and MONA

In April, HCE NILS & MONA have left us and moved to an idyllic little village in Luxembourg to meet Pascale and Gilles, where they will help them grow their own Highand Cattle breeding. We wish them good luck and a lot of success with those two very adorable animals.
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Export to Hungary

Early Decembre, we have sold 10 females and one bull to Hungary. We wish a lot of success and fun to the new owners.
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