Andrew Sheppy. 1 April 1949 – 9 May 2017
There are many ways in which your path may have crossed with Shep. He was probably Andrew to you if you knew him through music, family, church or the village of Congresbury. Shep was the farmer. A man with a deep love of all things agricultural and vast knowledge of the genetics of all his rare breeds. Poultry, sheep, cattle and pigs.
He took a huge interest in all our veterinary undergraduates, especially if they made cakes, and in life at the Vet School, especially the Langford Trust. He loved to encourage the young and share his wisdom with all who had the sense to listen. It was a knowledge built up from the love of books and the willingness to learn and from years of experience working with various rare breeds including Dexter cattle, Norfolk Horn Sheep, Oxford Sandy and Black pigs and Burmese bantams and many more rare breed poultry.
His many friends in Congresbury have compiled a book. The Sheppys of Congresbury.
A celebration of the life of Andrew Sheppy and his family’s part in the life of Congresbury
Sheila Jones has very kindly donated some copies to the Langford Trust to raise funds for our on-going work in improving health and welfare of all animals.
Visit our ‘shop’ page to buy your copy – hurry only a few copies and when they are gone they are really gone!