Reserve Baby Beef
heifer was Twinkle Toes, an April 2017-born Limousin-sired entry bred and shown by Owen Wyn Williams, Llanfwrog, Holyhead.
Already a baby beef
winner at Agri Expo, Carlisle, Little Mix had also triumphed at Anglesey Show in August.
To my knowledge, virtually all veal sold at the auction is pink veal or baby beef
Pedigree Limousin heifer Dolderwen Mercedes, was reserve Supreme for P & S Sellers | Reserve supreme lamb pair were two pure Beltex from Hywel Williams, Llanddeusant | Baby Beef
champion Babes, an April-born Limousin heifer from W Morgan, Builth Wells
She was Tecwyn''s sole entry at Llanelwedd Llyr Jones with who won the Baby and, having won this year''s Beef Expo title in May, she duly brought her owner his first Royal Welsh baby beef
championship Last year Dorian Lloyd, a farrier from Pantperthog, near Machynlleth, was at the Royal Welsh to collect the Dr Emrys Evans Award for his contribution to rural skills.
Tecwyn, of Ty Newydd, Nebo, is a regular Agri Expo winner but this was his first Baby Beef
Goldeneye's death left Tequila as his leading entry - but Tecwyn was unsure whether baby beef
animals could qualify for the final showdown.
Judging the baby beef
classes, meanwhile, will be Mr Durno, of Auchorachan, Glenlivet, a pedigree Charolais, Simmental and commercial cattle breeder with a lifetime's experience of showing calves.
Read All About it, a 375kg Limousin x heifer owned by Elfed Williams who bought it for a record breaking PS7900 at Ruthin earlier this year, and bred by Wendy Morgan, was Baby Beef
The couple from Ty Cerrig, Llangwm, matched last year's reserve supreme title and walked away with the Baby Beef
Heading the Baby Beef
entrMoli, a British Blue x Limheifer born on New Year's Day.
Among the classes to be featured in Spring Spectacular will be Native, Continental, British Blue, Limousin-sired heifers and steers, baby beef
classes, and two young handlers' categories.
Sold for PS5,100 to Mr J Mulholland from Carlisle BABY BEEF
SUPREME Sky Walker, a continental steer, bred and exhibited by Bowen & Bowen from Welshpool, Powys.
Fielding two heifers in today's championships will be Dylan and Yvonne Hughes, Ty Cerrig, Llangwm, who will also be trying their luck in the Baby Beef
section with home-bred heifer Miss 2011.
Elfed went one better in the Baby Beef
classes, securing the title with Read All About It, a 375kg Limousin x heifer.