Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Trade peaked at £15,000 at Kelso ram sales, where almost 5,000 rams were on offer in 15 rings. Turnover was £2,926,510, with an overall average of £698.28, a rise of £16.76 on the year with an 81.35 per cent clearance rate.
The Holstein champion, Newbirks Jazz 1584 took her second inter-breed win of the season at this year’s UK Dairy Day, which also hosted the national shows for the Holstein, Ayrshire and Brown Swiss breeds.
Taking the supreme champion title in the sheep sections inter-breed judging was the hill ram lamb champion, a home-bred Black Welsh Mountain from Dyfed and Rowena Rowlands of the Gaer flock in Anglesey.