Suffolk Show results Day One: Pigs and goats

PEDIGREE PIGS

WHITE BREEDS

577. Boar, born in 2009 on or after July 1: David Finch - Siskin Emperor (Welsh)

578. Boar, born in 2010: David Finch - Siskin Emperor 2 (Welsh)

579. Breeding sow born before July 1 2009: M J Kiddy and Son - Withersfield Royal Catalina 19 (Large White)


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580. Gilt, born in 2009 after July 1: B. Upchurch - Greenway Harmony 136 (British Lop)

581. Gilt, born in 2009 after Sept 1: David Finch - Siskin Theresa 24 (Welsh)

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582. Gilt, born in 2010: David Finch - Siskin Theresa 26 (Welsh)

583. Champion white pig: David Finch - Siskin Theresa 24 (Welsh)

584. Special – best large white exhibit: M J Kiddy and Son - Withersfield Royal Catalina 19

585. Special – best Landrace exhibit: None Forward

586. Special – best Welsh exhibit: David Finch - Siskin Theresa 24

587. Special – best Middle White exhibit: None Forward

588. Special – best British lop exhibit: Mark & Emma Edgar - Bakers Actress 16

COLOURED BREEDS

589. Boar, born in 2009 after July 1: Miss S. Cook - Riverdrove Peter Lad (Berkshire)

590. Boar, born in 2010: P. Churchyard - Breckles Majestic 24 (Large Black)

591. Breeding sow born before July 1 2009: Mr & Mrs Vince - Craigend Dandy 106 (Oxford Sandy and Black)

592. Gilt, born in 2009 after July 1: P. Churchyard - Stokedoyle Lollie 279 (British Saddleback)

593. Gilt, born in 2009 after Sept 1: Carol Knights - Alsa Princess 1195 (Gloucestershire Old Spots)

594. Gilt, born in 2010: Mr & Mrs Vince - Deben Vale Dandy 1 (Oxford Sandy and Black)

595. Champion coloured pig: P. Churchyard - Stokedoyle Lollie 279 (British Saddleback)

596. Special – best Gloucestershire Old Spot exhibit: Carol Knights - Alsa Princess 1195

597. Special – best Large Black exhibit: P. Churchyard - Breckles Black Lady 4

598. Special – best British Saddleback exhibit: P. Churchyard - Stokedoyle Lollie 279

599. Special – best Tamworth exhibit: M J Kiddy and Son - Balsham Melody 7

600. Special – best Berkshire exhibit: Miss S. Cook - Riverdrove Peter Lad

601. Special – best Hampshire exhibit: M J. Kiddy and Son - Balsham Precious 6

602. Special – best Oxford Sandy & Black exhibit: Mr & Mrs Vince - Craigend Dandy 106

COMMERCIAL PIGS

614. Pair of pork pigs: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

615. Single pork pig: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

616. Pair of cutter pigs: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

617. Single cutter pig: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

618. Pair of bacon pigs: S.E Kent and Son - Large White x Landrace x Duroc.

619. Single bacon pig: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

620. Special - best pair: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

621. Champion pig: P.D & G.S Mortimer - Large White x Landrace x Maximus.

GOATS

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

622. Junior showmanship: Mrs P.A Turner - Handler Behn Hayhoe.

DAIRY GOATS

623. Female goat that has borne a kid, Saanen or British Saanen: David Will - Timyon Jemini

623a. Female goat that has borne a kid, British Saanen: Mrs H. Matthews - Toddbrook Bramble

625. Female goat that has borne a kid, Toggenburg or British Toggenburg: Mr D.J.D. Knowles - Wrotham Grandgirl

626. Female goat that has borne a kid, Anglo-Nubian: Mrs D.M Randall - Monach Verbena

627. Female goat that has borne a kid, any other variety: Mrs H. Matthews - Toddbrook Bucklebury

628. Goatling that has not borne a kid, Saanen or British Saanen: David Will - Timyon Dinkie

630. Goatling that has not borne a kid, Toggenburg or British Toggenburg: Mrs P.A Turner - Airways Arabella

631. Goatling that has not borne a kid, Anglo-Nubian: Mrs D.M Randall - Monach Delphinium

633. Female kid, Saanen or British Saanen: Mrs D.M Randall - Monach Eidleweiss

635. Female kid, Toggenburg or British Toggenburg: Mrs P.A Turner - Rouval Lilly-Anna

636. Female kid, Anglo-Nubian: Mrs D.M Randall - Monach Echium

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