• The Ayrshire YFC county rally and calf show, now in its 51st year, had a great turnout of stock and spectators, this year - with Mauchline winning overall.

  • THE weather brought out exhibitors and spectators alike as the sun shone down on a successful Stewarton show at the weekend.

  • Glorious, almost summer sunshine, attracted what must have been a record breaking attendance at Fife Show, with a constant stream of cars flowing into the show field all day.

  • Visitors to NSA Highland Sheep on June 9th can look forward to enjoying a tasty Scotch Lamb burger courtesy of Bonar Bridge butchers, Ormiston and Watt Limited.

  • SCOTTISH flockmasters made their presence felt as judges both inside and outside the sheep rings at Balmoral, with a larger number than usual having taken the trip across the Irish Sea to view yet another cracking line-up of breeds which again featured no fewer than 19 individual sections.

  • FEW doubt the luck of the Irish and that is exactly where Dominic Dorman scored for his first year exhibiting Beef Shorthorns at Balmoral Show, when he not only scooped the breed championship but also the coveted inter-breed beef honours.

  • COUNTY Down Jersey breeders Ashley Fleming and son Lindsay, notched up what must be a record breaking seventh inter-breed dairy title at the RUAS Show and second consecutive win here with their home-bred third calver in milk, Potterswalls Glams Elisha.

  • MACFIN Diamond Queen was the pick of Scots' judge, Jim Edgar, to take the Clydesdale championship at Balmoral.

  • BEEF from the dairy herd will be a featured topic at NBA Beef Expo 2015.

  • THE POOR weather was narrowly avoided at this year's show, with just a few showers hitting the field, resulting in a good turnout of exhibitors.