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Updated: 25th July2011 - Southern Area Stock Show, Points Competition, Photo Gallery & Roll of Honour - photos & results.
Last Updated: 26th July2011 - Southern Area Stock Show Photos - See Gallery 2011.
The SOUTHERN AREA STOCK SHOW was held at the Mid Devon Agricultural Show, Tiverton, on 23rd July. The entry was a respectable 36. The Stock Show was judged by Ros Lockwood who awarded BIS to Steve Davies' Lemon 5-8 boar. See Gallery 2011 for all Photos and Roll of Honour for the Shows results.
BETLEY CAVY SHOW. We hope that members will support the Betley show to be held on 6th August. This is always an excellent, well-contested show held at a traditional country fair. NACC Panel Judge Pete Holdaway will be judging Marked and Ticked. On this occasion the show will not be an NACC Points Show, as in recent years, but is still very deserving of support.
Our Southern Area Stock Show at Mid Devon on 23 July 2011 saw a respectable entry of 36; Best in Show Steve Davies' Lemon 5-8 boar 'Poacher'.
This continued the recent success for this colour, it's now won the Clubs last 5 Stock Shows.
Congratulations to Pete Holdaway on being awarded a magnificent Triple Championship Certificate for his truly outstanding Silver boar 'Ratzinger'.
As you will see on these pages, you don't have to be a UK member to get your photos on THE BEST AGOUTI WEBSITE IN THE WORLD, so come on join today and get your top winning pigs and country seen here!
We would like to welcome new Club Member: Mr John Gardner (Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland).
All photos are by Steve Davies unless otherwise stated (or unknown).
Thanks to Steve Davies for providing, as well as most of the photos, many articles and other written material from the archives; Beth Holdaway and Amy Heale for technical consultancy; Madelaine Coomber for old yearbooks and cuttings from the Margaret Elward archive and Emma Whitcombe for further photos.