Cattle – Beef

2017 Class List

PURE BRED BEEF CATTLE (Open)

Convenor: Harold Greer 

All exhibitors of Cattle must abide with the Government BVD RULES with all paperwork produced for animals entering into all classes of Cattle. Those who have not registered their cattle into the Government data system beforehand will not be allowed to enter.

 Cattle born after 1 January 1998 must have a Defra approved ear tag in each ear (double tagging). The tag in each ear must have the same unique number. Such animals will be identified throughout their lifetime by this unique number. Animals born or imported into Great Britain before 1 January 1998 may continue to be identified by a single tag. Cattle born after 1 July 2000 must be identified by all numeric tags.

Exhibitors of animals born after 1st July 1996 should amend Cattle Passports to and from the Show.

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members. 

Barcode Labels and signing will be available in the Secretary’s Tent until 11.00am

SHOW HOLDING NUMBER FOR CATTLE MOVEMENT 81/489/8000

 

SUPREME INTERBREED CHAMPION

The Chapman Frearson Trophy 

The Chapman Frearson Trophy For the Supreme Interbreed Champion, in Section II and Section III. For annual competition.

Prize for winner 1st £60.00 2nd £40.00             

Judge: Mr. Alan McArthur, Cretlevane Farm, Balfron Station.


LIMOUSIN CATTLE

Prize Money: 1st 10.00, 2nd £6.00, 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Judging: – commences at 9.30 a.m. in Beef Ring

Class 1. Limousin Bull any age

Class 2. Limousin Cow in milk or in Calf born before1stAugust 2014

Class 3. Limousin Heifer born on or after August 1st2014 and before 1stAugust 2015

Class 4. Limousin Heifer born on or after 1stAugust 2015 and before 1stAugust 2016

Class 5. Limousin Calf born on or after 1stAugust 2016

Trophy: The Westmac Rosebowl for Champion Limousin presented by Western Machinery Scotland Ltd., Milnathort. For annual competition.


 

ABERDEEN ANGUS

Prize Money: Prize Money: 1st 10.00, 2nd £6.00, 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Judging:- commences in Beef Ring after Limousin judging is completed.

Class 6. Aberdeen Angus Bull any age

Class 7. Aberdeen Angus Cow in milk or in calf, born before 1st August 2014

Class 8. Aberdeen Angus Heifer born on or after 1st August 2014 and before 1stAugust 2015

Class 9. Aberdeen Angus Heifer born on or after 1st August 2015 and before 1st August 2016

Class 10. Aberdeen Angus Calf born after 1st August 2016

Trophies: The Moubray Silver Challenge Trophy presented by the late J.J. Moubray Esq., for the Overall Champion in the Aberdeen Angus Section. For annual competition.

The Tillyrie Quaich presented to the Society in 1933 by the late Robert M. Reid, of Tillyrie, for the most Meritorious Animal in the Section, entered in the Herd Book, owned and bred by the Exhibitor.The Cup was won outright by the late Captain J.C. Stewart, Newmains, who represented it to the Society. For annual competition.

The Ramage Dawson Cup presented by the late Mrs. M.Ramage Dawson, Balado House, Kinross, for the Male Champion. For annual competition.

 The Classlochie Trophy presented by the late Mr & Mrs. D.McLaren of Classlochie, for the Female Champion. For annual competition.


BRITISH BLUES

Prize Money: 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Judging: commences in Beef Ring after Aberdeen Angus judging is completed.  

Class 11. British Blue Male Animal Any Age

Class 12. British Blue Female Animal Any Age

Class 13. British Blue Heifer born on or after 1st August 2015 and before 1st August 2016

Class 14. British Blue Calf born after 1st August 2016.


ANY OTHER PURE BRED CATTLE 

Prize Money: 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Judging: commences in Beef Ring after British Blues Judging is completed.  

Class 15. Pure Bred Male Animal Any Age

Class 16. Pure Bred Female Any Age

Class 17. Pure Bred Heifer born on or after 1st August 2015 and before 1st August 2016

Class 18. Pure Bred Calf born after 1st August 2016.


 HIGHLAND CATTLE

Associated with Highland Cattle Society

Prize Money: 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Females entered in the appendix registered of our Herd Book, either Appendix ‘B’ or ‘A’ are eligible for entry and are identified by the letter B or A tattooed in the ear or written in waterproof ink on an eartag.

‘Winning exhibitors can gain points for the Highland Cattle Society Fold of The Year competition provided the judge is appointed to the Highland Cattle Society Panel of Judges.’

Judge: Ian Anderson, Dalcrest, Cumnock.

Judging: commences in Beef Ring after Any Other Pure Bred judging is completed.

Class 19. Highland Bull any age

Class 20. Highland Cow with Calf at foot

Class 21. Highland Heifer born on or after 1stJanuary 2014 and before 1stJanuary 2015

Class 22. Highland Heifer born on or after 1stJanuary 2015 and before 1stJanuary 2016

Class 23. Highland Heifer born on or after 1stJanuary 2016 and before 1stJanuary 2017

Class 24. Highland Calf (either sex) born in 2017

Trophy: Ledlanet Trophy for Highland Champion. Presented by Ken and Eva Brown, Ledlanet, Milnathort. For annual competition

Dorothy Brown Memorial Trophy presented by Ken and Eva Brown, Ledlanet, Kinross, for the Best Pair of Highland Cattle. For annual competition.


 BEST YOUNG BEEF HANDLER (in both pure bred and cross sections)

The calf handler must not have attained their 16th birthday on the date of the Show. They will be judged on their showing ability of any breed of beef calf born after 1stAugust 2016.

TROPHIES: 

Bank of Scotland Tercentenary Trophy presented to the society by Bank of Scotland. Best Young Beef Handler 2017

Goudie Trophy presented by Mr. & Mrs George Drysdale for Best Young Beef Handler from Kinross-shire. For annual competition.

No Entry Fee

Prize Money: 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Time: after all other sections have finished in Ring. Numbers will be given on the day.

Sponsored by NFU Mutual, Fife & Kinross, to each young handler £5


SECTION III

Point of Contact: Willie Paterson 01577 840224

All exhibitors of Cattle must abide with the Government BVD RULES with all paperwork produced for animals entering into all classes of Cattle. Those who have not registered their cattle into the Government data system beforehand will not be allowed to enter.

CROSS BRED BEEF CATTLE (open)

Cattle born after 1 January 1998 must have a Defra approved ear tag in each ear (double tagging). The tag in each ear must have the same unique number. Such animals will be identified throughout their lifetime by this unique number. Animals born or imported into Great Britain before 1 January 1998 may continue to be identified by a single tag. Cattle born after 1 July 2000 must be identified by all numeric tags.

Exhibitors of animals born after 1st July 1996 should amend Cattle Passports to and from the Show.

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.

Barcode Labels and signing will be available in the Secretary’s Tent until 11.00am

Show Holding Number for Cattle Movement 81/489/8000

SUPREME INTERBREED CHAMPION

The Chapman Frearson Trophy For the Supreme Interbreed Champion, in Section II and Section III. For annual competition.

Prizes 1st 60.00 2nd £40.00

Judge: Mr. Alan McArthur, Cretlevane Farm, Balfron Station, Glasgow


 CROSS CATTLE

(Entries only to be entered in one Class.  No duplication allowed).

Prize Money: 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Special Prizes: Lawrie & Symington, Forfar have sponsored two prizes of £50 each and R.W.Warnock Ltd, Agricultural Suppliers, Forestmill have sponsored two                           prizes of £50 each. To the best four exhibits in the Cross Cattle shown by four different owners.

Judge: Mr. James B. Thomson, Viewlands, Hilton of Beath Farm, Kelty

 Judging: commences at 10.00 a.m.

Class 25. Cross Cow in Calf, or Cross Cow in Milk.

Class 26. Cross Cow and Calf shown as a pair

Class 27. Single Stot born before 1st Sep 2016

Class 28. Single Heifer born before 1st Sep 2016

Class 29. Single Native Bullock/Heifer born before 1st Sep 2016

Class 30. Single Native Bullock/Heifer born after 1stSep 2016

Class 31. Best Cross Stot Calf, born on or after 1stSep 2016 and before 1stJan 2017 by Continental Sire

Class 32. Best Cross Bullock Calf born on or after 1stJan 2017 by a Continental Sire

Class 33. Best Cross Bullock Calf born on or after 1stApril 2017 by a Continental Sire

Class 34. Best Cross Heifer Calf, born on or after 1stSep 2016 and before 1stJan 2017 by a Continental Sire

Class 35. Best Cross Heifer Calf born after 1stJan 2017 and before 1st April 2017 by a Continental Sire

Class 36. Best Cross Heifer Calf born after 1st April 2017 by a Continental Sire

 

TROPHIES: The Captain C.K. Adam Trophy presented to the Society by the late Captain C.K. Adam of Blairadam in  1971 for the most Meritorious Animal in the Cross Cattle Section. For annual competition.

Messrs. Hay & Co. Ltd. Silver Trophy presented by Messrs. Hay & Co. Ltd., Auctioneers, Perth and Milnathort, for the Best Pair of Finished Cattle of any breed and age. For annual competition.

The Hamilton Cup presented by the late Wm. M. Hamilton, Netherton, Milnathort, for the Best Pair from any class in Cross Cattle Section.For annual competition

The Balado Trophy for the Best Cross Calf born on or afterm1stSeptember, 2016 in Classes 27-36 incl. For Annual Competition.

Tillywhally Trophy presented by the late D.S. Smith of Tillywhally, for the Best Single Prime Bullock or Heifer over One year old – Pure Bred Cattle excluded. For annual competition.

Charolais Perpetual Cup presented by the Scottish and Northern Charolais Breeders’ Association for the Best Animal in Class 6-9 sired by a Charolais Bull, For annual competition

Sandy Dawson Memorial Cup presented by Mrs. Christine Dawson for the best opposite sex in the Cross Cattle Section. Annual Competition


BEST YOUNG BEEF HANDLER

 The calf handler must not have attained their 16th birthday on the date of the Show. They will be judged on their showing ability of any breed of beef calf born after 1stAugust 2016.

Trophy: Bank of Scotland Tercentenary Trophy presented to the society by Bank of Scotland. Best Young Beef Handler 2017

No Entry Fee

Prize Money 1st £10.00 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mr. William McLaren, Muirhouses, Kirriemuir.

Time: after all other sections have finished in Ring.

Class 37. Best Young Handler.

Sponsored by NFU Mutual, Fife & Kinross, to each handler £5


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