A Brief History
Manby Grange pedigree herd has been established Since 1995 when the late Graham Lowry and his wife Barbara shared their passion for limousin and set their own suckler pedigree herd up at Manby near Louth, Lincolnshire.
Before this, Graham worked as a stock-man for 30 years, and dedicated service to the McTurk herd at Thorganby for the Milligan-Manby family. The farm at Manby is a small farm that has been farmed by the Lowry family for over 100 years. Graham’s parents and older brother farmed there until they passed away. Graham and Barbara then came back home and is now farmed by Graham’s youngest daughter Emma. The legacy will continue as Billy, Emma and Mark’s son, is amazing with the cattle and a farmer through and through.
The family moved to Manby in 2013 to live with Barabara, and to carry on the Manby grange herd. Before this move, Emma and Mark had a small herd of their own locally. All the family help with the cattle “They are our life and passion on what we do, we do well”. The dogs are more retired now as Barbara used to work them, although we have just gained a new puppy who is coming along well with the cattle. They have the high life now but are very much part of the family.
The family would welcome any potential breeders looking for quality, conformation, easy calving and quiet temperament any time and show them around their pedigree herd there is always heifers and bulls for sale. We also offer a bull fertility test which can be arranged.
Manby Grange Farm is situated in Manby, on the outskirts of Louth in Lincolnshire. Just off the B1200 towards Carlton, down Grange Lane.
You can use the map to help find directions. If you would like to arrange a visit, please contact us.