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DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD


ynthia Hall from the Horwood herd received the Distinguished Service Award from Randolph Miller at UK Dairy Day.


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Each year the Holstein UK Board present an award to a person who has given outstanding service or promotion for 20 years or more. Cynthia took over the running of the Horwood herd when she was 29 and built the herd up to 90 cows. She enjoyed showing cattle and her wins included numerous awards including taking the reserve breed championship at the Royal Show 1972. A well respected judge of dairy cattle, Cynthia judged at the Royal Show, Great Yorkshire, Royal Norfolk, Royal Welsh, Balmoral and Dairy Event to name a few. Alongside her own showing activities Cynthia is involved in the organising of many shows including Bucks County, Great Yorkshire Show and the Dairy Event prior to it’s date change and relocation.


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offer her time and expertise to UK Dairy Day and is a passionate supporter. Cynthia Hall’s life has always revolved around pedigree dairy cattle and she is as keen today as she was when she first started farming.


NORTHERN DAIRY EXPO


o mark the 33rd year of Northern Dairy Expo on Thursday 22nd October, an Auction of Promises will be held on the night with half of the money raised going to Cycling for Bryan in aid of Motor Neurone Disease research in recognition of the support Bryan


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has shown to the show over the years.


Judge for this year’s event, which is held at Borderway Mart, Carlisle, is Ben Yates from the noted Wyndford herd, Shropshire.


Schedules are now available for the show at: www.holstein-expo.co.uk


MAVERICK AWARDS SUCCESS


raig Cochrane from Maverick Holsteins, Ayrshire, received two nominations for Premier Nutrition’s TMS Awards. He won the category for best total herd performance in a herd up to 250 cows and also won overall best TMS Performance in the UK. He is pictured receiving his award from Andrew Pine and Phil Tuffnell.


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K judges made their mark at the European Judging Conference when Andy Cope from the Huddlesford herd won the 2015 conference. Mark Nutsford returned to the conference and finished in the top 10% for the second year securing his place on the European judging panel.


U CORRECTION


esults from the HYB Competitions Day reported in the last issue were incorrect, in the senior stock judging Stephanie Whittaker finished third and Larissa Jones fourth. Apologies to all concerned for this mistake.


R SINCERE THANKS


ociety President Randolph Miller, together with wife Marlene, son Brian and daughter Julie would like to thank everyone for their kind words and support during the difficult time since the sudden loss of their beloved daughter and sister Hazel.


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