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1909-2009
100 years of black & white breeding
Centenary Farm Open Days
Centenary Year - Events’ Calendar
June 10th, 11am - Corringham herd, Lincolnshire, DN21 5QD
The Premier Pedigree Herd 2008 offers much for a visitor to take in. 800
June
acres provide all the feed required for 130 cows plus followers on Tim
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th
British Friesian Centenary
and Mike Winter’s tenanted farm in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Loose
Celebration Day, Home Herd,
housed, the cows achieve a 10,000kg average at 4.2% fat and 3.3%
Churchdown Gloucestershire
protein, and what cows! 51 EX (5 at 95 or 96 points), 57 VG and 15 GP
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th
– 28
th
Royal Highland Show,
comprise a herd with substance, width and great udders throughout.
Ingliston, Edinburgh
June 12th, 11.30am - Hilltara herd, Northern Ireland, BT19 7QD
July Northern Ireland hosts a legion of great herds but the one that edged
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HYB Competition Day, ahead in 2008 was the Hilltara enterprise of Sam McCormick’s. Benefi tting
Dalesend Farms Ltd, North
from a recent redevelopment, this herd of over 50 EX and 120 VG milkers
Yorkshire
average 9,177kgs at 3.81% fat and 3.14% protein. Home of Medway
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th
– 10
th
Royal Show, Stoneleigh Park, Supreme Maude EX97, the impact of this family alone is worth the trip.
Warwickshire
June 18th, 11am - Saxelby herd, Leicestershire, LE14 3NA
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– 23
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Royal Welsh Show, Andrew and Janet Stafford have established an incredibly uniform,
Builth Wells, Powys well grown herd of 100 cows including 20 EX and 68 VG. Averaging
August
over 10,000kgs, a visit to the Western region winners would enlighten
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th
Holstein NI’s Causeway Classic,
the most experienced eye. Strong cow families dominate, particularly
Balmoral, Belfast
the Patricia’s, Primrose’s, Rosina’s and Rose’s.
June 23rd, 11am - Feithy herd, Wales, SA17 5AR
September
National runners up and the Welsh section winners, Huw and Rhys
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– 9
th
Centenary Celebration,
Elite Sale and Centenary Gala
Jones’ Feithy herd based in Carmarthenshire feature 51 EX and 75
Ball, Cheshire
VG cows with uniformity and youthfulness. Families include Lilac,
Margaret, Lavender, Grey and Marq I with Comestar Lee, Brynhyfryd
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– 17
th
Dairy Event and Livestock Show,
Invincible and Cleevale Delightful daughters a feature.
Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
July 14th, 11am - Wintersell herd, Kent, TN8 6QD
October
John Downing’s herd in Kent is the South East representative. 280
7
th
South West Dairy Show, Royal
milkers average over 9,900kgs at 4.1% fat and 3.25% protein from
Bath & West Showground,
375 acres plus 110 rented. Many families have thrived over the years
Shepton Mallet
with Mila’s, Verna’s, Vaakje’s, Leona’s and Gail’s much in evidence,
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– 11
th
All Britain All Breeds Calf Show, contributing to scores of over 50 EX and over 110 VG.
Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
July 16th, 11am - Sandcrest herd, Lancashire, PR4 3HD
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th
Welsh Dairy Show, Camarthen
John Sanderson and his family run their 280 strong Sandcrest herd on
November
350 acres all down to grass, something that grows well in Lancashire!
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th
Agriscot, Royal Highland Centre,
Averaging almost 9,000kgs at 4.2% fat and 3.2% protein, the cows
Edinburgh
include 65 EX and 118 VG. Caernarvon Jogger has many daughters
scored EX92 and above and Montgomery Tiger has 55 daughters scored
December
at over 90% GP or better.
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th
Royal Ulster Winter Fair,
Balmoral, Belfast
July 23rd, 10.30am - Errolston herd, Scotland, DG16 5HL
Repeating their success as fi nalists in 2007, Brian and Valerie Davidson’s
Dumfries herd represented Scotland again in 2008. Restocked from the
Lliwe, Saxpena, Stannock and Ballycrochan herds, Rosette, Kimo, Dellia,
Centenary Scrapbook
Ricki, Millie and Empress families dominate. All Britain Senior Heifer in
Milk 2008 Stannock Talent Kiwi VG88 2yr (owned with Wolfa Holsteins)
Copies of the Centenary Scrapbook will be available is fresh with her second.
later in the year. Each full member of Holstein UK is
July 28th, 11am - Moorshard herd, Somerset, TA7 0AD
eligible for a free copy, but must register their interest.
Randolph and Brian Miller’s show winning Moorshard herd in Somerset
Non members or members requiring extra copies will
has a substantial proportion of good young cows. Families such as Shower,
be charged £10 per issue.
Katie, Fran and Delight and daughters of Roylane Jordan are of interest
To register your interest before publication, please
and despite it’s current youthfulness, averages stand at 11,437kgs at
contact Simon Gee on 01923 695225 or simongee@
4.17% fat and 3.23% protein from 46 EX, 97 VG and 26 GP cows.
holstein-uk.org
Everyone welcome, FREE ADMISSION, FREE LUNCH!
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