Cattle Showing 2016


THE SHOW GOES ON  ... but in the light of the recent DEFRA TB pre and post movement policy which came into operation on 6 April we have written to all our cattle exhibitors to make absolutely certain that everyone is aware of the salient points that will have an immediate impact on this year’s show.

As Nottinghamshire County Show is located within the High Risk (1 year testing) area we understand these implications have placed severe restrictions on our longstanding exhibitors and particularly those from the Low Risk Area.

The immediate effect is that we do have lower entry numbers in our classes this year. However we are supported by a good number of exhibitors who are able to attend the County Show and we look forward to making this year's show as much of a success as possible

We will be reviewing our own policies to minimise the impact of the new rules for future Nottinghamshire County Shows and hope to welcome back all our exhibitors from 2017 onwards.

 


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THE SHOW GOES ON  ... but in the light of the recent DEFRA TB pre and post movement policy which came into operation on 6 April we have written to all our cattle exhibitors to make absolutely certain that everyone is aware of the salient points that will have an immediate impact on this year’s show.

We are pleased to announce that the British Goat Society will be awarding the BARONESS BURDETT-COUTTS Challenge Cup for the best qualifying Inspection-Production Goat over two years old and theEGERTON PERPETUAL Challenge Trophy for the AN securing highest points in Inspection and Milking.

These special awards are in addition to the rosettes and certificates annually awarded

Please note:

Junior Beef Cattle Championships classes s829 - s833
Conditions should read - for animals born on or after 1st January 2015

Pure Bred Beef Championship & Special Awards classes s834 - s836
Conditions should read - for animals born on or before 31 December 2014