Noel Mc Goldrick from outside Drumlish in County Longford has been elected as the president of the Irish Charolais Cattle Society; he owns the Cloonohill Pedigree Charolais herd, which was established in 1999.
He has served on council for three years now, after being selected in 2016; he served as treasurer during this period.
“The Longford man is passionate about the Charolais breed and is excited about what the future holds for Charolais Cattle.” a statement released by Irish Charolais Cattle Society outlined.
Treasurer and Vice-President
Mattie Kelly from Newbridge, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway will move to fill the position of treasurer.
The Cloughbrack Pedigree Charolais herd was established in 1993; Kelly was also elected to council in 2018, having served as chairman of the Galway Charolais Club for many years.
Christy Comerford from Castlewarren, Co. Kilkenny was re-elected as Vice-President of the society.
Owner of the Knockmahon pedigree and commercial Charolais herd, he was elected to Council in 2017 and has served as its vice-president since March 2018.