Limousins had excellent results at Agrifest on 2nd November 2022.

Foxhillfarm Touchofclass

The Pedigree Limousin Calf Foxhillfarm Touchofclass was won by Michael & Melanie Alford, Cullompton and took the Pedigree Continental Championship. Touchofclass is an embryo calf from the homebred cow Foxhillfarm Ivy and sired by the renowned Derrygullinane Kingbull. She has a Beef Value of LM42 which is in the top 10% of the breed.

Judge Mr Mark Thomas from Launceston.

Killerton Soliver
Killerton Soliver

The All Breeds Young Bull of the Year Competition was won by Patrick and Sheila Greed, Exeter with Killerton Soliver. Soliver is out of the homebred cow Killerton Olive and sired by Goldies Jeff. He has double F94L myostatin and a Beef Value of LM50 which is in the top 1% for the breed. Garry Dunn Club Chairman presented the Limousin prizes.

With Top Honours of the Day going to Michael Kirby, Holsworthy for the Supreme Champion Heifer and Bred & Fed Heifer ‘Dizzy’.

Michael Kirby with Supreme Championship, Adam May, Mole Valley sponsor, Judge Mr Neil Lloyd, Barnaby Bridgman who sponsored the Bred & Fed Championship, and Mr Christopher Riddle presenting the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association trophy.

Written by the South West Limousin Breeders Club.

Agrifest was sponsored by the British Limousin Cattle Society.