Suffolk landlady toasts string of awards for Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs

Teresa Cook, landlady at the Snape Crown, pictured with awards for her Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs

Teresa Cook, landlady at the Snape Crown, pictured with awards for her Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs. Picture: SNAPE CROWN - Credit: Archant

A Suffolk pub landlady is toasting a string of livestock awards for her Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs.

Teresa Cook pictured with some Gloucestershire Old Spot piglets. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Teresa Cook pictured with some Gloucestershire Old Spot piglets. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Teresa Cook, of the Snape Crown, scooped the accolades at the English Winter Fair in Stafford on November 17 and 18 and followed this up with yet more at the Winter Stock Festival in Peterborough on November 30 and December 1.

At the Staffordshire County Showground, she took a special award as champion for the best pair of traditional pigs, first and second place in the pure bred traditional breed single award, a first place for a single pork pig of 50 to 64kg, and first place for a pair of bacon pigs 80 to 110kg in the traditional breed pairs, and second place for a pair of pork pigs 50 to 64kg in the pure bred traditional contest.

At the East of England Showground, she took the champion traditional pig and reserve title, champion traditional pair of pigs, and top awards for her pair of bacon pigs in the 73 to 93kg and the 48 to 72kg categories.


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