In the baby beef classes, Wally (242) from D Huw Jones, Llety Cynnes, Bow Street, Ceredigion, took the steer championship title. This one is by a British Blue and out of a Welsh Black. Reserve steer was (245) Emily Jones’ Razzle Dazzle (Coedmore-Hall, Cellan, Lampeter). He is up for sale and is by a Limousin and out of a British Blue x.
In the heifer championship, Mr Dylan Hughes, Ty Cerrig, Ty Nant, Corwen, got the top spot with homebred, Miss 2011 (195), by a British Blue. In reserve was another from Emily Jones, this time Ace Girl (200), which is out of a Limousin x and by a Limousin.
The heifers then reigned supreme in the overall baby beef championship, with the title going to Dylan Hughes’ Miss 2011 (above), and the reserve to Ace Girl from Emily Jones.
Heifer championship went to a Limousin heifer (85) from Christopher Owens, Glantre, Pontsian, Llandysul. This one was bred by Michael Owens and is by a Limousin and out of a Limousin cross.
In reserve was another Limousin sired animal (34), this time from Dylan Hughes, Ty Cerrig, Ty Nant, Corwen. November 2010 born Red Hot was bred by B Griffiths.
In the steer championship it was Berwyn Hughes’ Mr Curly Wurly (133) that was awarded the winner ribbons. Homebred at Cwmhendryd, Lampeter, this one is by Limousin bull Rhiwllech Carlsberg and out of a Limousin x British Blue and weighed 528kg.
Col. Powerhouse Frigate from B E Williams, Station Court, Sennybridge, Brecon, took the reserve (178). This was bred by C Phillips and by Soleil and out of Chatsworth Bridgit and weighed in at 592kg.