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Stars of the Future Calf Show

Limousin calves ruled supreme at the Scottish Stars of the Future Calf Show at Forfar, securing the overall championship in both the senior and the junior sections.

Stephen and Denise Irvine's Anside Gigolo stood senior champion
Stephen and Denise Irvine's Anside Gigolo stood senior champion

With no overall champion, Mr Gentry found his choice of senior champion in the shape of Stephen and Denise Irvine's Anside Gigolo. Their yearling Limousin, which is the first son by the 22,000gns Broadmeadows Cannon-sired stock bull, Derriaghy Enfield is out of Wilodge Tonka daughter, Larkhall Didi.

Ian and Wendy Callion's seven-month-old Limousin bull, Lodge Hydro, from Bolfornought, Stirling, won the inter-breed junior honours. This calf is one of the first pedigree sons born by John Richardson's Rossignol and is out of the Attila-sired Lodge Electra.

See this week's The Scottish Farmer for full results and a picture gallery of the leading prizewinners, out November 24.

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