Today’s Countryside Live cattle judging complete

Well, after a marathon stint in the ring beef judge Kevin Ludgate has finished his duties for today, so I can bring you the section championships.

Leading the way in the Limousin steers was the Rice Family with their 536kg steer Honky Tonk and reserve was Elfed Williams with his 552kg entry Fingers.

In the Limousin heifers the champion was Julie Sedgewick’s 534kg October 2007 born heifer Pikachou, while reserve spot went to Neil Slack with 530kg Talulah.

In the British Blue sired steers the leader was Tecwyn Jones 584kg May 2007 born Black Jack, reserve here was R J Wilkinson’s 604kg Molly’s Boy.

The British Blue sired heifer title went to Phil Seller’s Limited Edition a 580kg April 2007 born entry, reserve spot here went to J L White’s 564kg March 2007 born White’s Dream.

The Yorkshire championship for the best beast bred and exhbited by a Yorkshire-based exhibitor also went to White’s Dream with the reserve title going to Messrs Cormack abnd McDowell’s Limousin sired 499kg heifer Martini Girl.

In the pedigree championship the honours went to Messrs Cooper’s Limousin heifer TomsChoice Chanel, a 556kg entry with the reserve ticket going to Messrs W Hardy and Sons Limousin heifer Millington Cabouchon.

Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until tomorrow for photographs as we’ve given the Taking Stock photographer the day off after his week in Perth…..