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Royal Welsh Show: Baby beef champion takes commercial supreme

The baby beef champion, Biwt, a November 2014-born Limousin-cross heifer from Tudor Edwards, Corwen, went on to take the overall commercial championship.



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Champion

Weighing in at 346kg and making its show ring debut, it is by a Limousin bull Mr Edwards bought from Andrew and Tom Davies, Llangadog, who were reserve female and reserve overall in the section with their home-bred Limousin-cross heifer, Hi Spec.

Reserve champion

Reserve champion

Leading the way in the over 426kg section and taking the reserve overall rosette, were Tecwyn Jones and family, Llanrwst, with Black Beauty, a home-bred July 2014-born heifer by Ronick Hawk.

 

It was making its first appearance since taking the baby beef championship at Beef Expo.

Reserve female

Reserve female and reserve in the section was Munchkin, a January 2014-born Limousin-sired heifer from Jason and Sarah Wareham, Sussex. Bred by J. Roberston, Pitlochry, it was bought for £5050 from Sarah Jane Jessop, after winning at the East of England Smithfield Festival last December and has been a big winner this summer.

 

Another bought for £5,000 after winning at the same event was the steer champion, Black Gold, an April 2014-born Limousin-cross. Weighing in at 614kg it is owned by B. E. Williams, Sennybridge, and bred by Balfour Baillie.

 

Reserve steer

 

Reserve steer was Sky Walker, a January 2014-born Limousin-cross from Robert Elias, Garndolbenmaen, which was bought for £6,000 from breeders, Bowen and Bowen, Welshpool, after winning the baby beef championship at the Welsh Winter Fair last year.

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