• A WEE reminder to show and event secretaries to submit details of their 2015 event to be included in the show and sale directory in the first The Scottish Farmer of the new year as well as on the events calendar on the website.

  • Langholm Show is known for its impressive sheep section and this year was no exception, with Innes Graham's North Country Cheviot gimmer from Carruthers, Waterbeck, taking the inter-breed sheep title.

  • Tarbolton show, which was held at the Burns Trout Fishery on the outskirts of Tarbolton, hosted a large number of dairy entries as well as some beef cattle.

  • A good show of Ayrshire calves forward for the Ayr County Ayrshire Cattle Club's annual calf show, saw two of the top four awards go to Andrew Struthers, of Boylston.

  • Strathaven show results

  • Scotland triumphed at the first world trial to be held in Scotland, with Michael Shearer, of Westfield, Thurso, and his nine-year-old Bob winning the four-day trial at Tain on Saturday and Scotland claiming a further victory in the team class.

  • SHOW calves and yearling store cattle with further show potential were in strong demand at Aberdeen and Northern Marts' Spectacular show and sale, last week, where an impressive 14 animals sold for or above £2000.

  • Kinder Surprise is sweetest at Muirkirk

  • AS the show season starts to come to a close, bumper numbers of spectators and exhibitors attended Strathaven show to soak up the last of the atmosphere.

  • FATHER and son duo, John and Craig Robertson, added yet another championship ticket to their belt at last week's Caledonian Marts' Premier show and sale of suckled calves where they picked up both the supreme and reserve tickets as well as the joint top price of £3200.