The Whybrow family are from a small village just outside of Bedford called Cardington. They got their first two Balwen ewes in 1997. There interest in them grew and at one point got up to 60 ewes. With the popularity of the breed and also their interest in traditional hereford cattle, they sold of a few ewes and this year will be lambing 16 ewes.
Then came the Herefords in 1999, they started off with Albany Pretty Maid 13th and the herd has grown! At the moment they are running about 40 head with all different bloodlines.
In 2010 Dean and Katie purchased 2 Kerry Hill ewe lambs and a ewe at Builth Wells. Then came Rasta the ram. 3 Lambs were born in 2011 and after a very expensive shopping spree at the Kerry Hill Show and sale at Ludlow will be lambing 8 ewes in 2012. 2013 lambing consisted of 23 ewes and 2014 we lambed 31 ewes!