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Test your dairy stockjudging skills and you could win £250

Do you consider yourself a good judge of stock? If so, enter our dairy stockjudging competition, to be in with a chance of winning up to £250.

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Our dairy stockjudging competition is back for 2019. The competition is sponsored by Holstein UK. HOLSTEIN UK says it is dedicated to innovation and quality and is driven to continuously improve its services offered and includes Holstein Young Breeders, a club for the next generation.

 

How to take part

Put your dairy stockjudging skills against those of our professional judge to be in with the chance of winning one of three cash prizes.

 

The winner of the first correct entry, drawn at random, will receive the top prize of £250, while two runners-up will each win £50.

 

In addition, the winner and runners-up
will receive a Holstein UK goodie bag, which includes a branded body warmer and £50 voucher for Holstein services.

 

Simply rank the four Holstein dairy cows pictured (one being the animal you
rate most highly), in the same order as our judge, Meurig James, head of breed development at Holstein UK, who has extensive experience of classifying and judging the Holstein breed.

 

How to take part

For your chance to win, simply fill in the form here

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