• A BROTHER and sister duo had an outstanding day at Caledonian Marts' Stirling Spring Show, which incorporated the Clyde and Central Young Farmers calf rally, scooping not only the Young Farmers' championship but also the lead price and many of the top awards.

  • BRIDGE OF Marnoch-based Sheep Park Farms lifted the championship ticket at a special show and sale of 25 pairs of Beltex and Beltex cross hoggs sold through Aberdeen and Northern Marts, last week.

  • THE UK Dairy Expo, was hailed another huge success at Borderway Mart, Carlisle, having attracted its best attendance to date - in excess of 7000 visitors - complete with a record number of entries from no fewer than seven different breeds.

  • THE HIGHLAND pony ring produced a win for Sandy Baird, of Strelitz, Burrelton, Blairgowrie, with his home-bred stallion, Whitefield Prince Platinum.

  • LEADING SHETLAND pony was Nicola Maternaghan's black stallion, Kerloch Rupert, from The Cottage, Hartrigge, Jedburgh.

  • THE PRESTIGIOUS Cawdor Cup at this year's National Stallion Show, in Stirling, has this year been lifted by Charlotte Young of Hall Stud, Ayr, with the two-year-old colt, Doura Master Eddie.

  • FIRST TIME exhibitor, Colin Scott, Wester Biffie, Maud, took took the top honours in the breeding sheep classes, with a pen of three Texel cross hoggs.

  • A PERTHSHIRE father and son team lifted their third consecutive supreme championship at the Royal Northern Spring Show, on Wednesday.

  • A TRIO of top class international judges have been appointed to appraise the cream of dairy cattle at Harrison and Hetherington's third Borderway UK Dairy Expo.

  • A DISAPPOINTING entry of just 12 Clydesdales paraded before far travelled judges, Eric Johnstone of Muir of Ord, and John Henderson of Ballycastle, at Kilpatrick Foal Show, held at Ayr market on Saturday.