• A LIMOUSIN cross heifer was crowned top at Sutherland Show in Dornoch last weekend and exhibitors had good weather most of the day.

  • THERE was strong competition for the coveted champion of champions ticket at Tiree Show, this year, with show umpire, Colin Kennedy, from the neighbouring island of Coll, brought in to select between the sheep and horse champions.

  • CARNWATH SHOW endured some rain in the morning, but by the afternoon it had at least dried off and the exhibitors were able to continue without being drenched.

  • IT was a heck of a day for Wilson Peters last weekend when his commercial heifer, Hoora Effer, went on to stand champion of champions at Braco Show.

  • ONE or two heavy showers certainly didn't stop play at Banchory show, where an impressive number of stock was on show.

  • With two national cattle breed shows combined with the usual massive line-up of sheep and horse breeds, it was fitting that the prestigious overall champion of champions accolade - selected by judge, David Leggat - was presented to the winner of the Scottish Simmental Show, at the Border Union Show, Kelso.

  • SCOTTISH cattle breeders enjoyed the limelight taking home a kist full of silverware at the Livestock Event, staged at The NEC, Birmingham, where the Ayrshire, Brown Swiss British Friesian and Charolais Cattle Societies were each staging their national shows.

  • BIGGAR seemed to be luckier than most weather-wise, with only a single shower and a cool breeze gracing the show field.

  • CHARLOTTE Young's Forneth Lucky Daisy notched up another championship title on Sunday, when she took the top Clydesdale honours at the National Museum of Rural Life's Heavy Horse Show at Kittochside.

  • WITH the localised flooding putting a halt to Kirriemuir Show's normal proceedings it was a case of the show must go on when the cattle and sheep judging was held at Lawrie and Symington's Forfar mart last week.