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Wayland Agricultural Show 2018: Livestock competition results

PUBLISHED: 10:00 10 August 2018 | UPDATED: 10:38 10 August 2018

Wayland Show 2018. 'Champion of Champion' winners Paul Barwood and Anita Padfield with their Limousin heifer Burnbank Jenny, and calf. Picture: Chris Hill

Wayland Show 2018. 'Champion of Champion' winners Paul Barwood and Anita Padfield with their Limousin heifer Burnbank Jenny, and calf. Picture: Chris Hill

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Despite the sweltering heat which forced the precautionary cancellation of its pig classes, the 145th Wayland Agricultural Show in Watton saw a high standard of livestock competition across its judging rings. Here are the results.

Wayland Show 2018. Supreme sheep champion Amy Redhead Higgins. Picture: Chris HillWayland Show 2018. Supreme sheep champion Amy Redhead Higgins. Picture: Chris Hill

SHEEP

NORFOLK HORN

Older/Shearling Ram: 1, N Beaton & Son. 2, E & S Clover. 3, Easton & Otley College.

Ram Lamb: 1&3, E & S Clover. 2, N Beaton & Son.

Older Ewe: 1, A Christian. 2, E & S Clover. 3, N Beaton & Son.

Shearling Ewe: 1, D Layt. 2&3, E & S Clover

Ewe Lamb: 1, D Layt. 2, E & S Clover. 3, Easton & Otley College.

Champion: A Christian. Reserve: N Beaton & Son.

SOUTH DOWN

Ram/Shearling Ram: 1, E & P Creswell. 2, A Readhead Higgins. 3, A Allen.

Ram Lamb: 1, A Allen. 2, A Allen. 3, A Readhead Higgins.

Older Ewe: 1, J Jack. 2, M Robertson. 3, E & P Cresswell.

Shearling Ewe: 1, E & P Cresswell. 2, J Jack. 3, A Readhead Higgins.

Ewe Lamb: 1, A Readhead Higgins. 2, A Allen. 3, J Jack.

Champion: A Readhead Higgins. Reserve: J Jack.

PRIMITIVE SHEEP

Ram any age: 1, D King, 2&3, J Stone.

Ram Lamb: 1&2, D King. 3, M Powles-Warren.

Ewe any age: 1&2, D King. 3, J Stone.

Ewe Lamb: 1&2, D King. 3, J Stone.

Champion: D King. Reserve: D King.

RARE & TRADITIONAL NATIVE BREEDS-SHORTWOOL & DOWN

Ram: 1, J Hughes. 2, N & E Treadgold. 3, J Stone.

Shearling Ram: 1, J Hughes. 2, R & S Banks. 3, A & J Ayres.

Ram Lamb: 1, B Lugsden. 2, P Northern. 3, R & S Banks.

Older Ewe: 1, J Hughes. 2, J Stone. 3, N E Treadgold.

Shearling Ewe: 1, R & S Banks. 2, P Northern. 3, A & J Ayres.

Ewe Lamb: 1&3 B Lugsden. 2, R & S Banks.

Champion: B Lugsden. Reserve: R & S Banks.

HAMPSHIRE DOWN & SUFFOLK

Ram: 1, S Middleton. 2, Krypczyk & Davies. 3, O & A Jeary.

Ram Lamb: 1, O & A Jeary. 2, J Gratton. 3, Mr & Mrs Ruby.

Ewe older: 1, O & A Jeary. 2, Mr & Mrs Ruby. 3, T Blythe.

Shearling Ewe: 1, S Middleton. 2, O & A Jeary. 3, J Gratton.

Ewe Lamb: 1&2, Krypcyzk & Davies. 3, O & A Jeary.

Champion: S Middleton. Reserve: O & A Jeary

CONTINENTAL BREEDS OF SHEEP

Ram: 1, Mr & Mrs Ruby. 2&3, A Mepham.

Shearling Ram: 1&3, J McInnes Skinner. 2, Beck

Ram Lamb: 1&2, J Barber. 3, T Blythe.

Older Ewe: 1, T Blythe. 2, Beck. 3, G Maxwell.

Shearling Ewe: 1, Beck. 2, Liverton & Carter. 3, J McInnes Skinner.

Ewe Lamb: 1, Liverton & Carter. 2, Beck. 3, A Mepham.

Champion: T Blythe. Reserve: Beck.

HILL & HEATH

Ram: 1&2, D Barrett. 3, R Weston.

Shearling Ram: 1&2, B Lugsden. 3, D Barrett.

Ram Lamb: 1&3, D Barrett. 2, B Lugsden.

Older Ewe: 1 H Whyman, 2 Naveh. 3, B Sellar

Shearling Ewe: R & M Young. 2, B Lugsden. 3, D Barrett.

Ewe Lamb: 1, B Lugsden. 2, D Barrett. 3, R Weston.

Champion: R & M Young. Reserve: B Lugsden

LONGWOOL BREEDS

Ram: 1, S Plenderleith. 2, A Allen. 3, B McKenzie.

Ram Lamb: 1, A Allen. 2, T Gilbey. 3, S Plenderleith.

Ewe: 1, S Plenderleith, 2, A Allen. 3, S Plenderleith.

Ewe Lamb: 1, T Gilbey. 2, A Allen. 3, B McKenzie.

SIRE & SON: 1, Krypcyzk & Davies. 2, D Barrett. 3, A & J Ayres.

COMMERCIAL SHEEP & BUTCHERS LAMBS

Single Ewe & Lamb: 1, J Waspe. 2, R Weston.

Pr. Of Comm Ewes: 1, W Pope. 2, J Waspe.

Pr. Crossbred Lambs: 1, J McInnes Skinner. 2, E Germany. 3, J Waspe.

Lamb Pure Native Breed: 1, Skinner & Cameron. 2, A Readhead Higgins. 3, Skinner & Cameron.

Lamb pure Continental: 1, Beck. 2, J Waspe. 3, E Germany.

Champion: Beck. Reserve: J McInnes Skinner.

SPECIAL CLASS: PINK SHEEP: 1&2, T Blythe. 3, Ben Lugsden.

SUPREME INTERBREED SHEEP CHAMPIONSHIP: 1, A Readhead Higgins. 2 R & M Young.

RBST SHEEP CHAMPION: 1, A Christian. 2, R & M Young.

GROUP OF 3

Purebred: 1, J Jack. 2, E Germany. 3, Liverton & Carter.

Rare breed: 1, B Lugsden. 2, B Lugsden. 3, N Beaton.

YOUNG HANDLERS

Junior 6yrs & under: 1, Phoebe Oakes. 2, Martha McKenzie. 3, Lewis Barrett.

Inter 7-12yrs: 1, Archie Jeary. 2, Tia Barrett. 3, Isabella Mckenzie.

Senior 13-18 yrs: 1, Brandon Russell. 2, Amy Byford. 3, Jess Mckenzie.

PIGS: CANCELLED DUE TO HOT WEATHER

CATTLE

ANY CONTINENTAL BEEF BREED

Heifer: 1&2, Barwood & Padfield. 3, A & E Bishop.

Older Heifer: 1, A & E Bishop.

Cow in calf/milk: 1, Barwood & Padfield. 2, A Howell.

Young Bull: 1, William Clarke Livestock.

Champion: Barwood & Padfield. 2, A & E Bishop.

ANY OTHER TRADITIONAL BEEF BREEDS

Heifer: 1&2, C Hanton. 3, J Doyle.

Older Heifer: 1, J M Skinner. 2, D Jeary.

Champion Traditional Beef: 1, J M Skinner. 2, D Jeary.

Group of 2/3: 1, C Hanton. 2, J Doyle.

COMMERCIAL BEEF BREEDS

Steer over 600kg: 1, J R Kent & Son. 2, D Alpe.

Steer 550-600kg: 1, B M Dickens & Family. 2, Barwood & Padfield. 3, A Howell.

Heifer 450-550kg: 1&2, T & N Seaman. 3, Barwood & Padfield.

Heifer over 550kg: 1, Barwood & Padfield. 2, H Blythe. 3, R Parker.

Heifer under 450kg: 1, R Parker.

Champion: Barwood & Padfield. Reserve: J R Kent & Son.

ABERDEEN ANGUS

Heifer: 1, Hardwick Farms. 2, D Jeary. 3, Overy Hall.

Older Heifer: 1, D Jeary.

Cow in calf/milk: 1, Park Wall Aberdeen Angus. 2, D Jeary. 3, K W & S M Catten.

Young Bull: 1, Hall Partnership. 2, Park Wall Aberdeen Angus.

Champion: Hall Partnership. 2, Park Wall Aberdeen Angus.

Group 2/3: 1, Hardwick Farms. 2, D Jeary.

DEXTER

Bull: 1, D Eagle. 2, K & C James.

Calf under 12mths: 1, P Brind. 2&3, J Angel.

Heifer under 18mths: 1, J Angel. 2, R Creighton. 3, N Dixon.

Cow or Heifer in calf: 1, N Dixon. 2, R Creighton. 3, K & C James.

Cow or Heifer in milk: 1, E Eagle. 2, K & C James. 3, N Dixon.

Champion: 1, E Eagle. 2, P Brind.

LINCOLN RED

Older Heifer: 1, Barwood & Padfield.

Cow in calf/milk: 1, J & S Loveday.

Champion: 1, J & S Loveday. 2, Barwood & Padfield.

YOUNG HANDLERS, BEEF

Champion: Lizzie Murrell.

YOUNG HANDLERS, DAIRY

Junior Handler under 12 yrs. 1, James Proctor. 2, Coby Curson.

Intermediate Handler 12-16yrs. 1, Joseph Dennis.

Senior Handler 17-26yrs. 1, Claire Cletheroe. 2, Jack Fisher. 3, Eva O’Reilly Warriner.

Junior Calf: 1, A Malt. 2&3, R Paterson.

Intermediate Calf: 1&3, R Paterson. 2, A Malt.

Senior Calf: 1, R Paterson.

Champion Calf: 1, R Paterson. 2, A Malt.

Champion Handler: 1, Claire Cletheroe. 2, Jack Fisher.

SUPREME CHAMPION BEEF & DAIRY: 1, Barwood & Padfield. 2, J & S Loveday.

GOATS

Young Handler: Matthew Fairbairn.

Best Kid: Prastens Philanda owned by Mrs Sally Wilman.

Reserve Best Kid: Prastens Cantabile2 owned by Mrs Sally Wilman.

Best Goatling: Rands Hingis owned by Mr & Mrs D Alford.

Reserve Best Goatling: Prastens Pasithia owned by Mrs Sally Wilman.

Best in Show: Jumaly Sakura owned by Mr Keith Parker.

Reserve Best in Show: Linnavon Calla, owned by Mrs Zoe Mitchell.

FUR & FEATHER

WATERFOWL: Champion: Abacot Ranger, Buck & Bloom. Reserve: Saxony, Buck & Bloom

JUNIOR: Champion: Cayuga, Maxwell Eagle.

EGGS: Champion: Mr & Mrs Alford, Reserve: Christine Norman

2018 WAYLAND SHOW CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

Paul Barwood and Anita Padfield with their Limousin heifer Burnbank Jenny and calf

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