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Cothi Bridge Show
Exhibitors and spectators enjoyed the sunshine again this year at Cothi Bridge. It was a successful day for Aled and Rachel Davies of Ceredigion with their Hirwaun Simmentals herd – here’s Rachel and daughter Catherine showing their two bulls, Hirwaun Neville and Hirwaun Nos Da, for a win in the pairs class – Neville also took first and reserve breed champion whilst Nos Da was second in his class. They also gained a first, second and third in the Blue Texel Sheep section.
Meanwhile their near neighbours, the Hickin family, also had a successful day with their Penwen Blondes herd. It’s very much a family affair for dad Jonathan, mum Michelle and daughters Maisy, Molly and Mia…and pictured is Molly – a stockwoman of the future!
Royal Welsh Spring Fair
The Shadog clan were out in force at the Royal Welsh Spring Fair in May with their Balwen ram taking breed champion, as well as Meinir, Gary, Sioned and Dafydd enjoying a family social day out.
Michael Owens taking the Supreme Dairy Championship along with a raft of other prizes in the cattle section – photo courtesy of Geraint Jenkins.
St Clears Show
Champion Young Handler, 15-year old Connie Crook from Cwmffrwd with her Kerry Hill Ewe Lamb.