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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.

Tender succulent Hereford Beef, with its characteristic finely marbled fat is the front-runner when it comes to producing superior quality meat. Consumers clearly value the superb eating quality delivered by Hereford cattle, but there are other significant customer messages relating to the breed, such as heritage, provenance, environmental sustainability, stewardship of the land and animal welfare, which are becoming increasingly important to customers.

The top quality meat, ideal carcase size, lower production costs and strong performance from a natural diet come together to meet the needs and expectations of British consumers. The market for Hereford Beef continues to grow through supermarkets and butchers and its use is increasing in the catering trade both in the UK and overseas.

Hereford Beef is also a favourite in pubs and restaurants and through boxed beef schemes. The website includes a useful list of suppliers of Hereford Beef from major supermarkets to farm shops and restaurants. He's out Dendor 1 Myrtle and again sired by Lanscombe 1 Orkney. Both promising females are by herd sire Bosa 1 Hereward.

If you sell your beef locally this is a great opportunity to have the eating quality of your beef assessed against other producers and should you win, then you can use this success to promote your beef to your customers adding further value to an already fantastic product……. How will the competition be run? Each member who would like to take part will have to submit a sirloin steak from a pure-bred Hereford carcase.

The steak MUST be frozen and the animal from which it was taken must have been killed within the last 12 months. The steak will be assessed by our nominated Judge, who will place the steaks 1st to 5th. Comments will be given for the top five steaks placed. The following attributes, in no particular order will be assessed during the judging: Quality of butchery 2. Water leaching during cooking 9. Each Member can submit as many entries as they like, each entry submitted to be from a different animal.

Entries close on 4th September There will be two Classes: Class 1 for carcases hung for up to 28 days from culling date. Class 2 for carcases hung for over 28 days from culling date. The actual tasting will take place during the 2nd two weeks of September, so you have time to obtain a steak from any pure-bred Hereford that you may have had slaughtered to sell in boxes or even to a local butcher. We will be contacting all breeders who enter with information of where and when they should send their steaks.

No of Entries ………………………………. To pay by BACS: Please send all entries to the Secretary. Set in the beautiful Cotswold countryside, this popular one day agricultural show offers onlookers a feast of Hereford cattle. Judging will commence at 8.

In total, there are entries including 30 cattle in Groups and Pair Classes — to date the largest Hereford entry staged during ! A separate Young Handler Competition with three age categories will be judged by Ryan Coates, Leicestershire and will take place on the Friday evening. There will be a large array of breed information and merchandise freely available on the Hereford Cattle Society stand, located next to the show ring.

Society staff will also be in attendance to answer any questions or provide specific information on why the Hereford Breed has seen such a surge in popularity in both pedigree and commercial registrations. It bred the record breed price holder Skyhigh 1 Miss Valentine, which sold at six months old for 8,gns in December This is no mean feat as the standard of preparation and showmanship increases year on year.

All participants invest much time and money to attend this important show and should be congratulated on an excellent display of Herefords — a fine spectacle for the many onlookers which included a party of fifty Irish visitors to enjoy.

The quality of the seven recorded bulls were to set the scene for the rest of the day. She is out of Pulham Blossom 7th and by Haven Hotspur. First in heifers born on or between 1st September and 31st December with HighHedges Blossom Not satisfied with the top two male awards Haven Herefords also took the Senior Male Championship with three year old Haven Lamborghini. In the Junior section it was Harriet Froud who received the first prize rosette.

The NHSC would like to thank all the many sponsors for their continued invaluable support in making this National Show such a success. Coley 1 Pippa , who has won a string of successes during the show season is out of former Female of the Year Frenchstone P.

Held at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, the festival showcases the very best of commercial and pedigree livestock, along with the latest trends and technologies in agriculture.

Further event details, including trade stand applications, are available online at www. With one of the best turnouts in recent years of close to 70 cattle he had the difficult job of selecting his prize winners on the day. Bred by Mervyn Richmond, who is well known for his prize winning stock, this heifer was the stand out animal on the day.

Before taking the Overall Championship she first won the largest class of show a line-up of 12 strong yearling heifers. This striking three year old bull packs plenty of class and is relatively new to the circuit but already has a great showing career ahead of him. Other wins on a marvellous day for the Breed, included the Cow Class which was won by John Gill's Lusky 1 Honour, a cow that has been winning throughout Class 46 Cow or Heifer Born on or before 31st December , in calf or with own calf at foot.

Class 47 Heifer Born on or after 1st January and on or before 30th June , in calf or with own calf at foot. Class 48 Heifer Born between 1st July and 31st December Class 49 Heifer Born between 1st January and 31st August Class 51 Heifer Calf Born after 1st January Class 52 Bull Born before 1st April Class 53 Bull Born on or after 1st April and on or before 31st December Class 54 Bull Born on or after 1st January and on or before 31st August Class 56 Bull Calf Born after 1st January Class 58 Group of Hereford animals, the property of one exhibitor and entered in classes for which they are eligible.

He is out of Buckenhill 1 Anxiety 2nd and by Frenchstone P. Mervyn Richmond chose the stylish heifer, 18 month old Frenchstone P. Although, Robert to was quick to praise the showmanship skills of his stockman Twm Jones.

There was more success for Birch and Brindley this time in the cow class when the much vaunted and former Female of the Year Dendor 1 Jennefer 15th took the red ticket in the first female class. She is out of Frenchstone P. These top females are not just about style and appearance they have substance too, with both having a fine set of Breedplan Performance Recorded figures. Cornriggs 1 Julia 4th from H J Elliott took the red rosette in the youngest female class, born in , on or after 1st April.

To complete the male section in the first class it was another Auckvale animal that took the first prize card, this time Auckvale Marshall owned and exhibited by local breeder J Morrison, Helmsley, York.

With anticipation building ahead of this year's National Young Stars Event, taking place at The three Counties Showground, Malvern on the 22nd and 23rd August, we're just one week out for a closing date for entries for all team competitions Beef, Dairy, Sheep and Pigs , as well as the individual Auctioneer and Butcher competitions.

Entires close on the 10th July. Entry forms can be downloaded from the site here http: Congratulation to Naomi Lewis who was placed 1 st in a strong class. The Midlands and East Anglia Hereford Breeders Association had a trade stand for the first time which was very popular with potential customers, Hereford breeders, their friends and members of the public.

This powerful cow shown with her calf, Coley 1 Petrus at foot, is sired by Blakelaw 1 Calzaghe and out of Barbern 1 Claret 2nd. This attractive well balanced female is out Baldinnie 1 Cathy 40th and by Baldinnie 1 Viscount. In this role James was responsible for a team of UK based office staff and remote workers, as well as contractors overseas and has seen him establish new partnerships with other Agri-food businesses. He also successfully identified new areas of business and marketed them to customers.

He now lives in Gloucestershire with his wife and family. It was the icing on the preverbal cake following a wonderful showing of Herefords the previous day where local Judge Gerald Blandford, Bosa Herefords, presided over a large turnout of quality cattle.

She was shown with her calf, Sky High 1 Pablo Escobar, at foot. This powerfully built calf has a pedigree to be proud of and is out of former Female of the Year and by the show stopping current Bull of the Year, Normanton 1 Laertes. During the judging BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson called by the Hereford ring to catch-up with current developments within the breed.

She was expertly shown by professional showman Andrew Hughes, completing a busy day, as he also showed the Supreme Champion for MJ Clark. However, Mr Gove was very much the side show as following his arrival in the show ring a presentation was made to long serving Hereford Breed Secretary, Mr David Prothero. First he won the Junior Inter-breed Beef Young Handler competition in a strong class of 18 competitors. Bradley has won a number of Young Handler competitions in Northern Ireland in recent years.

Josh is better known to Hereford breeders as one of three young members whom the Society sponsored to attend the World Hereford Conference held in Montevideo, Uruguay.

He is a third-year student and was nominated for the award by his placement employer, Co-op Food, due to his performance during the sandwich year of his course, which he will complete this summer. Josh also runs Ghyll Beck Hereford Stud, marketing imported embryos and semen on line, which helps to fund his studies. My time at Harper has certainly allowed me to expand my knowledge and experience, helping me to achieve a place in the final.

This makes all the hard work worthwhile! Helen Brown and Josh Dowbiggin are outstanding candidates for the award and a great example of the talent being nurtured here at Harper Adams. Fresh from their success at Shropshire County Show the Sky High team moved on to their local show Staffordshire County where they acheived even more success. Females were the order of the day with a good entry across all classes.

Harry Elliott, Weardale, Durham, took first place in the youngest female class with thirteen month old Cornriggs 1 Julia 4th.

C Fletcher, Appleby-in-Westmoreland, Cumbria, took both first and second place in the class Heifers born between 1st September and 29th February This powerful and yet feminine young heifer caught the eye of stand in Judge Phillip Allman, Sutton St Nicholas, Herefordshire the moment she stepped into the ring. Another Dendor female took a red rosette when Dendor 1 Ruby 23rd came first in the Heifer born on or between 1st July and 30th June To complete the female section, in the Heifer born on or between 1st Jan and 31st March , it was local R Allcock, Shrewsbury, Shopshire who came out on top.

In the male category is was another close affair with all four class winners impressing the Judge, as Mr Allman outlined during his commentary. In the oldest bull class it was Bakgard 1 Keno who came out on top. Haven Nugget, another bull with a good set of performance figures, is out of the Curly family bloodline, this time Haven Curly th and by proven sire Haven Kingpin exported to the Republic of Ireland a few years ago. Emily discussed with Brightwell's senior auctioneer Mike Evan's how the move from the old livestock market in Hereford city centre, with all its history and traditions, to a new modern day market on the outskirts of the city had been received.

She also spoke with the owner of Grand Male Champion Moralee 1 Novak, Tom Harrison, Moralee Herefords, Northumberland both after the judging and immediately post the hammer going down his sale. This was particularly evident in the South West of England, where liver fluke was causing significant issues for beef production; an issue that has since spread eastwards, affecting cattle UK-wide.

The injectable formulation of IVOMEC Super demonstrated several distinct advantages over combination products applied by drench, especially when many farms lacked crushes needed to control animals during dosing. Just a single, low-volume dose of IVOMEC Super was needed, even on larger animals, and the subcutaneous, single-site injection reduced potential medicine wastage from spills and ensured easy delivery of the measured dose.

As an injectable, it could be administered in any weather, unlike alternative topical treatments. Since its launch farmers have shared their positive experiences with IVOMEC Super, reportedly seeing visible improvements in the condition of their animals shortly after treatment. Cattle farmers are invited to share stories about their life in farming over the past 30 years; the changes they have experienced, improvements instigated, invaluable lessons learned, and the role that IVOMEC Super has played.

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Genus ABS were excited to hear that Normanton 1 Laertes had collected the maximum number of points from four of his five qualifying shows in the Hereford bull of the Year Competition, resulting in him being crowned the Number One Hereford Bull and Poll Bull of the Year in Laertes seems to have become the most talked about bull of any breed during the show circuit last year. He is a very eye-catching bull and we expect he will be in high demand. For further information please contact: Ivan Haire and Family from Dundrod claimed both Champion Male and Female on the day with their recently purchased stock bull, Panmure 1 Monster pictured right taking the Supreme Championship.

This heifer comes from one of the most successful lines of breeding for the Haire family to date. Other victories on the day for the Haire's were 1st in the Senior Bull class with Dorepoll 1 Knight Hawk, a bull who weighs in at over kg and a sheer crowd pleaser!

This 13 month old bull was previously Junior Champion at the Pedigree Calf Fair and is considered as one of the best ever bred by the herd. Female of the Year. She is a daughter of the best cow in the Rempstone herd, Kinglee 1 Fashion Overall Supreme Champion - Panmure 1 Monster. Coote Geelan 2nd Dorepoll 1 Classic Kim.

Greer Watson 3rd Solpoll 1 Starlet M Aaron Patterson 3rd Solpoll 1 Pansy N7. Stephen Cherry 3rd Dorepoll 1 Tessa William Connolly 3rd Mountview Enzo. David Wilson 3rd Annaghbeg Decimus. Make sure the date is in your diary and come along for a great day out. For full details including itinerary and costings please view the following two PDFs: Ms Carolyne Cree Web:

The article you have been looking for has expired and is not longer available on our system. This is due to newswire licensing terms. 🔥Citing and more! Add citations directly into your paper, Check for unintentional plagiarism and check for writing mistakes. This year it was the turn of Omagh Show to host the Northern Ireland Hereford Breeders' Association's National Show. President and renown breeder Jonathan Moorehouse, Cato Herefords had the tough job of judging an entry of 40 animals on the day.