This year’s LiveScot event at Lanark Market, once again proved a great success, with increased livestock entries and plenty spectators around the judging rings.
Leading the way in the cattle section was Wilson Peters, Cuilt Farmhouse, Monzie, Crieff, with Honey Dime, a 19-month-old Charolais cross heifer by Carwood Elgin and out of a Limousin cross dam.
Reserve overall was the steer champion, Red Alert, a 17-month-old Limousin cross from Neil Slack, Newby, Penrith. This home-bred steer is by Rossignol and out of a Limousin cross cow.
In the sheep section, the overall award went to the top butchers’ lambs, two Texel crosses, weighing a combined 97kg, from the Halls at Inglewood Edge, Dalston, Carlisle.
Reserve overall went to the reserve butchers’ lambs, a pair of Texel crosses, from the Whiteford family, Tercrosset, Westhall, Brampton. Weighing a total 100kg, this pair of ewe lambs were sired by Procters Rambo.
Below are pictures of the main cattle prizewinners – to view the full selection of photographs taken, or to purchase any, see our Photo Sales section.
To view the full selection of photographs taken, or to purchase any, see our Photo Sales section