Lady Gaga Illuminati; Science or Fiction. What you ring when you go visiting. Episode 53 - July 26th, Wednesday will see Professor John Dupre giving a presentation on the ethical issues which may arise following scientific advances in gene editing. The Future Beef Farmer Challenge, established in will once again encourage enthusiastic young farmers aged 35 and under to rise to the challenge and be tested on their technical, practical and scientific knowledge with the chance to win a fantastic selection of prizes.
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The supply of milk produced by a dairy farmer member who calves in the autumn, could be matched with a supply from another member who calves in the spring, for example. But we are urging farmers to consider whether their production pattern is right for their farm in the current climate, rather than continuing with a specific system because it is a tradition.
It should be a conscious decision. The average beef and beef dairy cross animal of today took 24 months to finishing, while the figure for Holsteins was about 18 months.
Reducing days to finishing was also beneficial for the environment, through the reduction of methane emissions. Professor Mike Coffey of the SRUC predicted that the continued development of genomic selection would slow down to a degree, but progress would remain steady.
Two factors which will be evaluated are immune status and survival. We could see farmers paid more for collecting information from their animals than they receive for their product; some beef producers are already paid a fee for measuring the feed efficiency of their herds. Historically, testing meat for its eating quality has been expensive and that has prevented the practice from becoming more widely used. We are using one third of the national kill data, to develop a way of making it cheaper.
Within the livestock industry, we have to ask ourselves whether we want to change by management, or become victims of change. The BCBC wishes to thank the following major sponsors for their support: A pioneering vet trialling early detection methods for bTB. Please click here to register by 12 noon on 24 January.
We have a very distinguished panel of speakers who will share their knowledge and experience with us and more details on them can be found below. Please feel free to forward this email to other contacts you think would be interested in attending. Registration for this FREE event is essential and e-tickets will be available on a first come first served basis until 12 noon on Wednesday 24 January. Simply click here or log into https: Pioneering vet, Richard Sibley has been carrying out research which may help eradicate bovine tuberculosis without a single badger being killed.
If it is, the cow is slaughtered even though the conventional test suggests it is healthy. He is also looking at ways to prevent the spread of the disease by changing the conditions in which the cows are kept and measures to ensure mothers are not passing the disease to new born calves.
Upper Bann MP David Simpson is a senior partner in a highly successful business in the agri-food sector which has been operating for more than 30 years. He won the Upper Bann Westminster seat in May and retained the seat in the subsequent elections of , and The family farm is run by Victor, wife Carol and son David.
As a former Greenmount student Victor has shown a life-long commitment to farming. Firstly managing a sheep and suckler herd and producing feed for the livestock, rearing calves and undertaking a bull beef finishing system. Since then Victor has also introduced several pedigree beef herds: Aberdeen Angus; Charolais; British Blue and Limousin, and more recently a major decision was taken to extend the existing enterprises to incorporate a new dairy unit.
He returned to Northern Ireland in to work as a veterinary epidemiologist at the then Veterinary Research Laboratories, Stormont. His interest in population medicine has led to work across many species and diseases; from farmed salmon to badgers and from campylobacter in poultry to bovine tuberculosis.
He is an active member and past Chairman of the South Western Hereford Association and has represented the region on Council for the past six years. However, his greatest honour to date in terms of judging has to be the National Poll Show held in Moreton-in-Marsh in He has a strong desire to further develop the identity of the world famous Hereford Brand and will be available to discuss ideas with members at events up and down the UK on how best this can be achieved.
Pasture-Fed Livestock Association seeks new chairman and appoints three new board members. The Pasture-Fed Livestock Association PFLA , which champions livestock farmers who produce high quality beef, lamb and dairy without feeding any grains to their animals, is seeking a new chairman. John Meadley, who has led the Community Interest Company so ably since , has now stepped down.
The organisation is looking for a new chairman to build on the firm foundations he has developed. There is a growing membership of individuals, mainly farmers — with 54 Pasture for Life certified farmers and 34 certified butchers. The biggest challenges are to ensure the association is financially self-sustaining into the future and to grow the market for Pasture for Life food.
The organisation is seeking someone with gravitas, experience and a strong and visible passion and commitment to the PFLA, its mission and its strategic objectives. The person will head a committed and professional board of directors that is actively engaged in taking the PLFA forward, and a membership that is keen to learn, innovate and be involved.
More details about this position are posted on the Pasture for Life website at pastureforlife. Laura is a former vegetarian turned believer in sustainably produced meat.
They have built up their herd over the past six years and retail the beef directly. She is particularly keen to help establish meaningful and regular pasture-fed supply chains. This has provided him with the key skills of lobbying, public speaking, media handling and policy development. He is also skilled in membership recruitment and will be putting some of these skills to good use while being a director of the PFLA. Angela specialises in animal welfare, an area she believes the PFLA can use increasingly to position itself in the marketplace.
She also has connections with organisations dealing with issues of food security and climate change, and hopes to promote the value of pasture-fed livestock as part of the solution. In the past, Angela has been a small-scale producer of Norfolk Horn sheep, reared in a manner sympathetic to organic and Pasture for Life principles. Despite the difficult driving conditions throughout many parts of the UK and particularly in Shropshire where several inches of snow fell the day before, the show was well attended with several groups making it over from Northern and Southern Ireland and others from as far afield as Denmark.
The size of the crowd around the show ring was also boosted by the 2nd Designer Genes Sale which immediately followed the show which was conducted by Halls Auctioneers.
This powerfully built, stylish young bull, 14 month old Moralee 1 Porterhouse first took the Grand Male Championship at the ever-popular event under the watchful eye of current Society Chairman Richard Mann, Spinney Herefords. Shown by experienced stockman Matt Gray, this eight month old bull is out of homebred dam Bosa 1 Margaret and by game-changing stock sire Greenyards 1 Flynn.
Other young bulls that came to the fore, in some extremely competitive bull classes, were the National Calf Show Grand Male Champion, 13 month old Blakesley 1 Major. Eleven month old Frenchstone P. Shown by young Lottie Wilson this seven month bull calf is by Barwise 1 Lancer and is another top animal to come from the well known Ishbel female bloodline. Taking the Grand Female Championship was the beautifully balanced Normanton 1 Enoki 5th, pictured right this followed on from her recent success at Agri-Expo where she took the Supreme Championship.
This attractive eleven month old female is all Pulham breeding; out of Pulham Blossom 10th and by Pulham Maverick. The spoils were shared amongst some other well known Hereford breeders in the remaining female classes.
The Blakesley herd has produced some stunning females over many years and this latest edition is a fitting tribute to the late Mrs P Riley. They came out on top with the young animal in the show six month old Shraden 1 Alice P, who is out of Shraden 1 Alice E by the Scottish bred bull Baldinnie 1 Victory.
Throughout the day two age categories of Young Handlers were being judged from the side-lines by newly married couple, Scott and Isabel Coates. In the 16 and under age group it was another battle royal for the Soutter siblings who were representing Normanton Herefords, with Isla this time pipping her brother Finlay into second place. Scott and Elizabeth then selected Isla pictured right as their Overall Young Handler Champion, which meant that Isla had collected the Young Handler Trophy for the second successive year!
She was also the first daughter of Dendor 1 Murdock to ever sell at auction. Another Sky High female was not far behind her record breaking stable mate. The herd offered the successful bidder the chance to pick from any of the heifer calves born at Romany from August to March Her pedigree combined genetics from the UK and Australia, making her very popular on sale day. Another heifer from Pulham Herefords was offered at the sale, this time from their Polled section of their herd.
Pulham 1 Starlet 6th was the first daughter of Romany 1 Machine son of 'Castro' to be offered for sale, and out of the famous Solpoll Starlet family. This heifer is only the second Auckvale female to ever sell at public auction. Gerald Blandford also offered an in-calf heifer from his award-winning Bosa herd.
Bosa 1 Elke is one of the first daughters of Greenyards 1 Flynn son of Archie to be offered for sale. Her heifer calf has been retained at Moorside Herefords. Cornriggs 1 Vanity 2nd, a September born daughter of 'Super Guy', had a pedigree stacked with world renowned sires like 'Storm' and 'Victor Boomer P'. Three embryo and flushing opportunities from international Hereford programs were also offered at Designer Genes A pick of the Embryo Inventory from Harvie Ranching was the first genetic lot to be offered, allowing the successful bidder the chance to pick 8 embryos from all of the flushes at Harvie Ranching next year.
The event will mark the 70th anniversary of the Club, which was formed in To view the 3 day programme please Click Here. Delegates at the event in Telford, Shropshire, will also learn about the latest genetic developments planned for , including carcase trait breeding values for beef and dairy, as well as feed intake recording for beef cattle. His presentation will be based on the management of cows for optimum fertility. Professor Kenny will point out that herd fertility and health are the main factors in determining suckler herd profitability.
In addition, the average interval between calving frequently exceeds days and only eight out of every 10 spring-calving cows produce a calf within a month period. He will outline a number of options which have the potential to improve performance and profitability. Wednesday will see Professor John Dupre giving a presentation on the ethical issues which may arise following scientific advances in gene editing.
He will dispel some of the myths surrounding the process and explain how the use of the hornless gene, for example, could improve animal welfare.
The student presentations are always popular and on beef day, Orla Kelly will focus on the challenges posed by the management of a profitable suckler herd in the post-Brexit environment.
Ms Kelly, an award-winning student at Queens University, Belfast, will give a presentation which suggests that the Beef Shorthorn is a breed which can command a premium and has a lot to offer in a future without support payments. The dairy day line-up also includes North Yorkshire producer, Roger Hildreth, who will describe all aspects of milk production at Curlew Fields, near York, but with special attention paid to the breeding of heifers and genomic testing.
The key elements of the system are maximising output from grazed grass and reducing wintering costs by out-wintering cattle on fodderbeet, before finishing during their second season at grass. The winners of the prestigious Hereford of the Year Awards are based on points earned from throughout the summer show season.
He dominated the Hereford classes at the local shows carrying off 6 Supreme Hereford Championships but also had a remarkable run of success in the Interbreed Championships — taking Reserve Overall Interbreed titles in Armagh, Saintfield and Castlewellan before securing the Overall Beef Interbreed Championship in a very strong entry at the Clogher Valley Show.
His current dominance in the breed was emphasised when he was also awarded Best Stock Bull in the Herds competition. It was a big night for the newest and youngest competitor on the show circuit. As Courtney made her debut on the show circuit she was quickly recognised as a force to be reckoned with and success followed success.
Competing in the yearling heifer class, which is always the largest and most competitive section in the Hereford schedule, Joan was awarded the red rosette at Lurgan, Armagh and Saintfield before going one better by taking the Reserve breed Championship at both Castlewellan and Clogher Valley. This promising young sire will be offered for sale at the Elite Breeders sale in Dungannon on 13th February.
They also registered significant success at the National Show taking the award for the breeder winning most points having won best home bred heifer and the Best Group of Three. The Corraback herd of Mervyn and Henry Richmond have always been strong competitors for the Rose Bowl awarded to the exhibitor of the most successful Pair of Herefords by the Same Sire and has been no exception.
Again, it was a pair by Mara Flook who took the honours and the winning combination of a yearling bull and heifer were undefeated in this class throughout the season. Senior Champion went to James Graham with the homebred Richmount 1 Peppermint pictured right the youngest Bull in his class of seven, his quality shone through on the day. The Reserve Senior Championship went Annaghbeg Delilah seen left owned and bred by Mark Moore, a quality heifer showing lots of promise, it was a favourite for Judge George Bowen on the day.
In the Junior section Drumshanbo 1 Big Show pictured below right took the title. The Conference provides a platform for the exchange of genetic information and breeding objectives and a chance to get together to discuss common topics and to listen to keynote lectures and Country Reports.
We hope these events will attract many Hereford breeders and farmers from across Europe and further afield.
This is the second ocassion that Hungary have organized a European Hereford Conference having hosted the 8th Conference in We have planned tours through the length and breadth of our country, viewing some of our noted herds, three stock farms and a plethora of tourist attractions. It will have been 23 years since the European Conference was hosted in Hungary, so this is a perfect opportunity to return, to renew old friendships and make new ones.
Dinner at Baricska Wayhouse 3 course menu with wine tasting and authentic Hungarian live gypsy music. Optional sightseeing program for our guests accompanying our conference participants.
Formal dinner at Hotel Dorottya 5 course dinner with matching wine selection served, live music and two 15 minute performances by Somogy Folk Dance Group. We reserve the right to change our program. Inter-breed success didn't stop there for young Isla when she won a competitive Inter-breed Young Handler Class. With over 70 in attendance it proved to be one of the best supported evenings to date.
This is an exciting era within UK and global agriculture and I believe there will be a prominent role for the Hereford to play in post Brexit UK agriculture. The winners of the prestigious Herefords of the year awards, based on points earned from the summer show season, were announced during the evening and were presented by David Prothero before the band played into the small hours.
He recalled memories from great friendships with longstanding Northern Ireland members. He also wished the new Chief Executive Officer great success in his new role. Awards on the evening where presented by David Prothero before the band played into the small hours. Bull of the year went to Ciaran Kerr's Mullaghdoopoll 1 Elite for the second year in a row. Pictured right are Ciaran Kerr and family with their silverware for Mullaghdoopoll 1 Elite who was a multiple show winner and as well as N.
Bull of the Year Pictured left is Courtney with her large haul of trophies. P Cobley was in third with his homebred bull Kinglee 1 President. Hawkesbury 1 Pistol won the Junior Bull Calf class and was tapped out by the judge as a very close second to Blakelsey 1 Major in the Male Championship.
It was great to start the day with the young handler classes being judged by the Hereford Youth Co-ordinator, Emma Smith. Emma selected Finaly Soutter as the winner of the 14 year old and under class, with Harriet Froud in second and Jack Lake in third. The winner of the 15 to 26 year old class was Isla Soutter, with 17 year old Marcus Murdock in second and Katherine Baines in third.
It was a battle of the siblings in the Championship with Finlay coming out on top and Isla taking reserve. To view the catalogue please click the following link: In the bull classes there was more joy for Miss H Whittaker when she took the Grand Male Championship with 10 month old Coley 1 Pilot pictured below right. In the last class of the day, it was the oldest bull in the show, 14 month old Fabb 1 Peter Pan who was awarded first place, justifying the long trip up from Cambridgeshire for the Fabb team.
Completing a long day in the showring Miss Thorne was asked to Judge the Young Handler Competition, which was split into two classes, Under 15 years and 16 to 21 Years of Age. Boomer Birch and Graham Brindley from Weston, Staffordshire have enjoyed a marvellous summer showing season, culminating in their star cow Dendor 1 Jennefer 15th collecting her second Hereford Female of the Year Award - continued their rich vein of success by taking the Supreme Hereford Championship at the National Calf Show held at Cirencester Market.
Sky High Herefords also picked up another first prize rosette, this time with 10 month old bull calf Sky High 1 Pablo Escobar. This attractive female, out of Hillrow 1 Jemima B9, is another calf by the much admired Normanton 1 Laertes. This promising thirteen month old bull calf is out of Kinglee 1 Ebony and by Panmure 1 Karl. Next in the price ratings was Salton 1 Nemo from George Bulmer. All were sired by the successful show bull Richmount 1 Hermes and the best of these was Mallowburn 1 Nightingale who sold for gns to E Long from Moffat.
The beef industry spectacular will take place on Friday the 25th of May , kindly hosted by Halls Shrewsbury Livestock Auction Market. This key industry event which celebrates the British Beef industry and all who work within it, will once again be displaying the very best of British pedigree and commercial cattle under one roof. An array of technical seminars and debates will continue this theme investigating how we as an industry can work together to make our farms and supply chains more economically viable, integrated and transparent as we prepare to leave the EU.
The Future Beef Farmer Challenge, established in will once again encourage enthusiastic young farmers aged 35 and under to rise to the challenge and be tested on their technical, practical and scientific knowledge with the chance to win a fantastic selection of prizes. Visitors will be invited to join the NBA for a day of Beef Expo farm tours on Thursday the 24th of May, giving guests the opportunity to view three exceptional beef farms hand-picked from across Shropshire and the Welsh Borders.
This forum for knowledge exchange has sold out for three years running and is not to be missed - early booking is highly recommended! The farm tours will be followed by the prestigious Beef Expo Industry Dinner, the ultimate networking event for those within the industry. It is fantastic to be returning to a mart, particularly one of such quality. We also hope to have a large number of visitors from Wales and the border area, as again Shrewsbury is convenient to get to from this these parts.
The facilities on site and in the surrounding area are great for an event like this. East of England Winter Stock Festival has announced a host of new classes for its event, including the addition of a pig section for the very first time.
Taking place on a later date of Friday 1 and Saturday 2 December at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, Festival Show Director William Haire says the festival is set to be the finale of the showing season. He explains that the changes form part of their objective to extend the events offering to both current livestock producers, as well as the wider industry. The deadline for livestock entries closes on 3rd November, with schedules and entry forms available to download online at www.
For more information, please go to www. A bull which has bred the family many a winner, and this time produced a well grown and clean finished bull which was just what the Judge was looking for on the day. One of the first progeny to be shown by Dorepoll 1 Legacy, a bull he purchased from the Haire family, his offspring are showing promise for the showing seasons to come.
Reserve Grand Female and Junior Female titles went to John Conlon's Drumatee Pearl , a young Heifer who was the complete package and shows great potential for the future. This beautifully balanced and feminine heifer, who has an impressive set of performance recorded figures is out of Kinglee 1 Fashion and by Aldersley 1 Edgar.
We liked his style, class and all round balance along with his very good breeding values and clean health status. In general the bull trade was sticky, which has been the trend at Autumn bull sales across most breeds in recent years - but more bulls found homes this year than in the corresponding Autumn sale of , mainly due to increased interest from commercial buyers.
Auctioneers — Brightwells, Leominster. The schedules and entry forms for the above competition can be found here. Seventy four pedigree and purebred Herefords were on offer to those in attendance with many going home empty handed.
The herd had been kept on a commercial basis with cattle being brought in from grass just a few days prior to the sale. Commenting after the sale the Mr Everall said he was very pleased with trade - adding there was a consistency with prices across all sectors. This rising two and half year old bull is out of Lowesmoor 1 Winkle and by Dorepoll 1 High Society.
Dear UK Hereford breeders,. This years show runs from the November. There is also a reception evening for all international guests. This is the 5th year of organising the trip so we will also have some events organised in conjunction with the Canadian Hereford Association to support our milestone. If you are interested in coming with us on the trip and receiving the funding please contact me on the below details:.
Mobile - Email - ghyllbeckherefords hotmail. They have not been shown and have been kept on commercial basis. For further details and Catalogues contact: Hereford Market Auctioneers — Tel: Brightwells — Official Auctioneers — Annual Dinner — Monday 9th October - 7.
Directions to the Annual Dinner. Additionally, I would like to offer Breeders the chance to purchase an advertisement to be placed around each photograph for each month. So not only will this be a Calendar but also a Breed Directory….. I believe that this is not only a great way of encouraging our youth to take some great photographs of Hereford Cattle but also provide breeders with the opportunity to showcase their pedigree herds!
If Interested and want to know more please get in touch direct: The Judge this year was Ryan Coates, Newtoncroft Herefords, Leicestershire, who had the difficult task of selecting the best young handlers within three age categories. This is just the latest award for Isla who has an outstanding track record of Young Handler Competitions.
Thanks must go to Emma Smith UK Hereford Youth Co-ordinator for all her assistance in making this such an enjoyable and rewarding event. Thanks also to Henry Cole Co. Ltd for their continued support. Although she is no stranger to success this was something special given the quality and large forward entry of a hundred and twelve cattle — the largest Hereford entry anywhere in the UK this year!
Judge Matthew Goulding, Co. Eleven month old Ruby 29th is out of Dendor 1 Ruby 17th and is another promising heifer by top sire Solpoll 1 Gilbert. This stylish bull who has taken they eye of a number of judges over the past few months is out of Lowesmoor 1 Winkle and by Dorepoll 1 High Society.
Judge Matthew Goulding commenced his marathon stint of over 6 hours of judging with two groups of three and a best pair competition. Each competitor wore an armband denoting a letter and were split into one of two age categories.
The objective of the study is to undertake a detailed investigation into the feasibility of rearing and finishing Hereford x Holstein-Friesian and Holstein-Friesian autumn born steers using predominantly grass and fodder beet, with minimal reliance on cereals or other bought in concentrates apart from the initial rearing of the calf.
The project aims to create low cost intensive grass and forage based system which will maximise stocking rates through the use of intensive rotational grazing and out-wintering on fodder beet.
This latter crop will also allow for a higher than expected animal winter growth rate, therefore allowing stock to be finished off grass comfortably at months of age. By maintaining a rotational grazing system grass quality will be maintained throughout the season allowing for consistent above average growth rates. The project will look closely at the transition of the autumn born calves firstly to grass with an early turnout in the spring and then the transition of the cattle to the fodder beet.
Furthermore the project will aim to finish cattle before they are required to go through a second winter after the first year on fodderbeet. The trial started in and the planned management from birth to slaughter is summarised below: Calf rearing and pre turnout: Calves were conventionally reared on restricted milk and concentrates and were bought in with a mean age of They were weaned after 5 weeks with concentrates and straw being fed changing over to big bale silage and restricted concentrates.
They were turned out on the 8th of March with a mean weight of kg. The calves were treated with Huskvax prior to turn out. The calves are grazing a The field has been used for silage making for the past few years. A cut of silage was taken from 3. Calves have been offered Supalyx Cattle buckets Rumenco from the 8th of June. Figures above of the calves paddock grazing in April and June Over winter on fodder beet: Cattle will be transitioned gradually onto fodder beet variety Geronimo in October to minimise digestive disorders.
Cattle will strip graze the fodder beet to the end of February and have access to good quality big bale silage. Target DLWG will be 0. Cattle will be treated with Bravoxin prior to the move onto fodder beet, vaccinated for IBR and given a trace element bolus including Iodine.
Some will be lifted at the end of the grazing season and fed in the field to help transition the cattle onto the crop. Animals will be selected for slaughter at an estimated fat class of L and sold deadweight to Dunbia. Full costings will be included in the project to allow the system to be compared to Stocktake and be fully scrutinized. Key measurements throughout the trial will include:. The impact of overwintering on fodderbeet on soil structure will be assessed, pre and post the forage period.
For the last 40 years we have been finishing Continental and Holstein bulls on an intensive cereal beef system at Harper Adams.
It will be interesting to compare the performance of the 2 breed types and to see if we can get sufficient fat cover on the Holsteins without resorting to the feed bag. The University also has a group of 50 Autumn born Simmental and Blue x Holstein-Friesians steers, which would normally be finished as bulls but have been castrated. They are being reared on a conventional 18 month system that probably mirrors a lot of semi intensive beef systems with relatively high levels of concentrates with cattle being set stocked at grass in the summer.
They were turned out in late April and being grazed this summer at our farm at Telford. They will be housed in late October and then finished at months old on a trial to compare finishing them on either ad lib cereals or It will be interesting to compare these two systems and look at the variable and fixed costs. We are happy to inform you that our website for the 15th European Hereford Conference in Hungary th September is now up and running.
It provides all the necessary information for the forthcoming conference including a detailed program, visits, accommodation and costings. We hope you can join us to the conference! Istvan Martin can be seen right, picking up the baton from Hans Baumann at the 14th European Conference held in Switzerland. Samantha is being hosted by Emma during her whistle stop tour of southern England, which includes a number of herd visits and culminates in attending the National Poll Show on Saturday 2nd September at Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire.
Today the Association boasts over young enthusiasts across the country. The National Council meets twice per year, during the winter and at the time of the Bonanza Show. Involvement on the Council demands commitment, develops leadership skills and encourages cooperation between youngsters across the country. Sophie has been appointed Chair of the Potato Board but also has an oversight of the strategic direction for the whole organisation, as her appointment in April , includes a place on the main Board of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board AHDB.
Breeds such as the Hereford are a good environmental fit, a natural grazer, producing beef economically with minimal concentrate feeding. The cattle are acclaimed for their placid temperament, easy calving and their outstanding quality meat. Watch our video on how to cook the perfect steak from The Beefy Boys.
Read the Hereford Beef Blog for frequent news updates on the Hereford Beef Brand, plus the newest and best places you can find Hereford Beef on the menu, as well as regular cooking tips. Almost ten million Herefords now exist in over one hundred and twenty countries, providing a valuable market for farmers and superb quality marbled beef free from additives and growth hormones and with superlative flavour for consumers. Studies conducted prove that when cattle are reared on a forage based diet they produce beef that is significantly more nutritious, with lower levels of saturated fat and more antioxidants than grain fed beef.
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Samuel Fisher discovered a unique formula for betting that can survive anything you will ever encounter playing roulette. What ultimately defeats the Martingale strategy as well as most of the old time roulette strategies, is a consecutive string of losses.
No Martingale can survive 7, 8 or 9 consecutive losing bets. With a Martingale betting system, you will usually reach the house betting limit by the 7 th or 8 th losing bet. In contrast to a Martingale system, the Fisher Betting Strategy can survive any number of consecutive losing bets. With Fisher, you will have a small loss at this point.
Now, all you have to do is have 4 wins to overcome the effect of these losses. Please notice I am not saying 4 consecutive wins. That would be a steep requirement. What I am saying is that 4 winning bets, whenever they occur, will more than offset 9 losing ones.
What if you lose 12 bets? You will need only 5 wins at any time to overcome this loss. Even if a coup takes 20 bets to complete, you will complete the coup with a net win.
A winning coup can be completed in as little as one bet or may take as long as 25 bets. However, one thing you can be certain of —. Each time you win a coup you will win an amount equal to your profit goal. How much you win when you win a coup depends on your profit goal and your betting level.
The one thing that is constant is that when you use the Fisher Betting Strategy, you will win every run. The second column keeps track of the number of coups won. The last column tracks our winnings. You can follow the total winnings in this series of bets by reading down this column.
This is fairly typical of what you can expect when you use the Fisher Roulette Strategy. In an online casino, with its much faster rate of play, you could easily play at the rate of spins per hour.
Notice that you will always win a coup using this system. On bets 42 to 59 it took 18 wagers to win a coup. Yet, we still won the coup. This is a concrete example demonstrating exactly what you will experience when you harness the awesome power of the full Fisher Roulette Strategy. Just so we are clear about this, let me say it again —. We have not yet had a single losing coup using this strategy. However you manage your play, you will not have losing sessions with this strategy.
As you know, I have developed or sponsored a number of very successful gambling strategies over the years. My associates and I regularly use these strategies to win at craps, blackjack, roulette, baccarat, slot machines and video poker. We are also very successful at trading stocks. Simply stated, we play for a while, grab a win and then take a break. I have always felt that being able to play for short intervals, grab a win and then depart a winner was a critical aspect of beating the house at gambling.
Using a hit and run approach has been as much a part of the successful gambling strategies I have used as is money management and using planned betting procedures. When you play roulette using the Fisher Roulette Strategy, there is no longer a need to use the hit and run approach.
With the Fisher Betting Strategy always resulting in a winning coup, there is no reason to play for a target win and then pull off.
You can play for as long as you like and take a break after any winning coup. If you want to play for five minutes and pull in a win, this is the strategy for you. If you want a strategy that you can use for an hour at a time and then take a break, the Fisher Roulette Strategy will suit your needs perfectly.
If you want an easy way to beat the online roulette games, this is the strategy you need. I like to buy gambling books — especially old ones. Over the years I have developed the habit of buying old gambling books from a couple of local bookstores when I am in Las Vegas. While I have found some really interesting systems, I had never d iscovered a truly winning one until I stumbled across the Fisher Roulette Strategy. Several years ago, I bought some gambling books while I was in Las Vegas and I had never gotten around to reading them.
They ended up in a box in my garage, still unread. I am hopelessly addicted to buying books and the book shelves in my home library as well as the many other bookcases scattered throughout the house have long since been filled.
Over the years, my book stash has expanded until it fills a whole garage bay. Now I will give myself some credit.