While the first of the Bull Sales at United Auctions' Stirling Centre have been and gone, it all kicks off again next week on Sunday, February 17, for the sales of pedigree Simmental, Salers and Charolais breeds.

Round Two of the Bull Sales, will see some 195 Simmental bulls, 29 Salers and 185 Charolais come under the hammer on Monday and Tuesday, February 18 and 19.

There will also be a good number of females to include 16 Salers, 59 Simmentals and 27 Charolais, with an added feature on the Tuesday being the dispersal of Alan and Steven Lawson's Alsnow Charolais herd, made up of 15 cows with calves at foot.

Kicking off the proceedings on the Sunday, will be the show of Simmental females and bulls, judged by Orkney producer, Steven Sandison, Millburn, Harray.

The Salers will also be judged on the Sunday, following the Simmentals, with James McDougal, Bassendean, Gordon, putting the breed through it's paces.

The Charolais show takes place on the Monday, with Michael Minto, Loxwood, Billinghurst, being the man in the middle with all the decisions to make.

Monday also will also witness the sale of the Simmental and Salers breeds, with Simmental females commencing at 10.30am, followed by the sale of Salers bulls and females at 11am and the sale of Simmental bulls at 12noon.

The sale of Charolais bulls and females commences on the Tuesday at 10.30am.