Royal High­land Show sheep and cat­tle win­ners

The Oban Times - - Farming -

Sheep

3rd Mr An­drew Black­face: Pren­tice, tup Maol lamb Farm, Isle of Iona Blue­faced best Le­ices­ter fe­male – and tra­di­tion­albest bred type: by Re­serve ex­hibitor cham­pion, J& M Turner, Camp­bel­town Blue­faced Le­ices­ter – tra­di­tional type: gim­mer 1st J& M Turner, Camp­bel­town Blue­faced Le­ices­ter – tra­di­tional type: shear­ling tup 2nd J& M Turner, Camp­bel­town He­bridean: re­serve fe­male Mr Don­ald Ma­cLeod, South Uist, West­ern Isles He­bridean: ewe, over one shear - must be in milk and shown in full fleece 1st Mr Don­ald Ma­cLeod, South Uist, West­ern Isles Scotch mule: ewe 2nd Mr An­drew Camp­bell, Let­ter­may Lodge, Lochgoil­head, Cairn­dow

Beef Cat­tle

Aberdeen An­gus: fe­male born on or be­tween 1st Jan­uary and 31st March 2016 1st Mr Don­ald Rankin, Kil­maluag House, Dun­tulm, Isle of Skye Aberdeen An­gus: fe­male born on or be­tween 1st Jan­uary and 23rd June 2015 2nd Mr Don­ald Rankin, Kil­maluag House, Dun­tulm, Isle of Skye Aberdeen An­gus: re­serve ju­nior fe­male Mr Don­ald Rankin, Kil­maluag House, Dun­tulm, Isle of Skye Bri­tish Li­mousin: bull born on or af­ter 1st June 2016 3rd Mr Ewen MacGillivray, Home Farm, Bar­cal­dine, Oban

Dairy Cat­tle

Dairy Cat­tle Prog­eny Group 3rd Mr Robin Barr, Camp­bel­town

John Mclach­lan at the Royal High­land Show with his award-win­ning tra­di­tional Blue­faced Le­ices­ter from Joe and Mary Turner's unit at Kil­dal­loig Farm, Camp­bel­town. Pho­to­graph: Wayne Hutchin­son

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