• IT was certainly a day for the ladies as the heifer champion and reserve went on to take the supreme tri-colour and reserve at today's Agri-Expo.

  • MORE breed champions have been announced here at today's Agri-Expo with the Simmental title awarded to Deerhurst Fern from GT Van der Gucht, Glouctester.

  • THERE was further success for Scottish exhibitors in the British Blue ring at the Agri-Expo with the top four titles presented north of the Border.

  • WINNING this year's baby beef classes at the Agri-Expo was Pokerlicious from Micahel, Melanie and Charlotte Alford, Devon.

  • SCOTTISH exhibitors have dominated in the sheep ring at today's Agri-Expo, winning the three section championships - for a pair of continental/down lambs; pair of hill-bred lambs; and pair of lambs bred from a hill ewe - as well as the supreme title.

  • JAMES Nisbet has lifted the steer title among the prime cattle here at today's Agri-Expo with his July, 2013-born Maybe This Time.

  • WILLIAM Livesey's 50-strong Normanton herd from Manor Farm, Normanton le Heath, had a great day out at the Agri-Expo, today, when it lifted the male and female championships as well as the overall and reserve tickets.

  • OLD AND new ploughing technology, plus the two Andrews, starred at last weekend’s 52nd Scottish Ploughing Championships at Newlands and Pittendreich Farms, Kinross, courtesy of Robert Erskine and Robin Niven.

  • 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.