Throughout the 2022 Show Season, don’t forget to take a look at our show results page to see the latest! Click to view: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/shows/ Saying this, I sadly cannot be at every show and rely on other people or the shows themselves to communicate results with me. Therefore, if you have a local show you exhibit at, please feel free to send the results and any photographs across to me via email: . They would be most gratefully received. #proudtobepedigree #showtime
JUDGE: Mr Tom Saxby RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, under 12 months of age on day of show 1st BARNOWL Brunell Jasmine 3 Barnowl Jerseys JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, or heifer in calf, over 12 months of age on day of show 1st BARNOWL Brunell Victoria Barnowl Jerseys 2nd RAVENFIELD Stubby Vanessa Ravenfield Jerseys JERSEY HEIFER, in milk which has produced her first and only calf under the age of 30 months 1st BARNOWL Matt Vicki Barnowl Jerseys 2nd RAVENFIELD Florence 21 Ravenfield Jerseys JERSEY JUNIOR CHAMPION BARNOWL Matt Vicki JERSEY RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION BARNOWL Brunell Victoria JERSEY, DRY COW, not less than 5 months in calf 1st RAVENFIELD Action Lassie Ravenfield Jerseys 2nd BARNOWL Invictus Bouquet Barnowl Jerseys JERSEY, COW, in milk with second calf 1st BARNOWL Excitation Sunspot Barnowl Jerseys JERSEY, COW, in milk with third or subsequent calf 1st RAVENFIELD Susie 5 Ravenfield Jerseys 2nd BARNOWL Joel Phantasy Barnowl Jerseys JERSEY GROUP OF THREE FEMALES 1st Barnowl Jerseys 2nd Ravenfield Jerseys JERSEY DAM & DAUGHTER 1st Barnowl Jerseys 2nd Ravenfield Jerseys JERSEY CHAMPION BARNOWL Excitation Sunspot JERSEY RESERVE CHAMPION BARNOWL Matt Vicki
JUDGE: Mr Glyn Lucas RESULTS ANY OTHER BREED, HEIFER, born before 1st June 2020 1st BLYTHBRIDGE VIP Reagan Blythbridge Holsteins 2nd PADKIN Lemonhead Sassy A&W Padkin 5th PADKIN Chrome Rosie A&W Padkin
Following on from an extended break due to Covid-19 regulations, we are delighted to announce that the Jersey Young Breeders Weekend is back for 2022! Kindly hosted by the Spence Family of Woodway Jerseys in Leicestershire, we are excited to join them on the weekend of the 2nd – 4th September for fun, games and making lifelong friends. Further details will follow but in the meantime should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Becky on 07814 497520 or . #proudtobepedigree #futuregeneration
JUDGE: Miss Carol Pledge RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, 12-18 months old 1st RIVERMEAD Casino Alexsis The Davis Family 2nd RIVERMEAD Lonestar Ceres The Davis Family 3rd JUSTAFEW Casino Anemone Mr & Mrs P Phillips 4th RIVERMEAD Bubba Tweeny The Davis Family JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf, due to calve no later than 31st October 2022, to be not more than 2 1/2 years 1st JUSTAFEW Casino Wind Mr & Mrs P Phillips 2nd MOORVIEW Prix Hollys Minnie Mr AR & Mrs DL Walters JERSEY HEIFER, in milk which has produced her first and only calf under the age of 2 1/2 years 1st JUSTAFEW Crazy Cornflower Mr & Mrs P Phillips 2nd RIVERMEAD Rocketman Creamy The Davis Family JERSEY, JUNIOR COW, in milk, or in calf, which has produced a total lifetime yield of 22,700kgs of milk in officially recorded lactation periods 1st ANSOM Tyler Cyber Mr & Mrs P Phillips JERSEY, COW, in milk with second calf, which was produced under the age of four years (second lactation) 1st RIVERMEAD Casino Sonic The Davis Family 2nd ANSOM D H Oliver Bayi Anemone Mr & Mrs P Phillips JERSEY, JERSEY, cow in milk with third or subsequent calf (3rd or later lactation) 1st RIVERMEAD Verdi Pixie The Davis Family JERSEY, PAIR, 1st The Davis Family 2nd Mr & Mrs P Phillips JERSEY, GROUP OF THREE 1st The Davis Family 2nd Mr & Mrs P Phillips BREED CHAMPION, ANSOM Tyler Cyber RESERVE BREED CHAMPION, RIVERMEAD Verdi Pixie HONOURABLE MENTION, RIVERMEAD Casino Sonic
JUDGE: Mr Richard Saxby Calf Classes: Mr James Evans RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, maximum age of 18 months on the first day of show (born after 1st December 2020) 1st MOONLIGHT Victorious Molly Miss Chloe Peach 2nd BURYHILL Littlestar Rumour 2 Miss Zoe Cambridge 3rd MOONLIGHT Stormy Victorious Nouvelle Miss Chloe Peach 4th BURYHILL Littlestar Honey Miss Zoe Cambridge JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf, with first calf at under three years of age 1st OLYMPIC Lavolta Craze Miss Zoe Cambridge JERSEY HEIFER, in milk having calved her first calf at under three years 1st OLYMPIC Gorgeous Valentine Miss Sarah Howie 2nd BURYHILL Engineer Rumour Lula Miss Zoe Cambridge 3rd MOONLIGHT Mitz Miss Chloe Peach JERSEY, JUNIOR COW, in milk, having calved not more than twice 1st FUTUREDREAMS Colton Easter Daffodil Miss Sarah Howie JERSEY, SENIOR COW, in milk, having calved three times or more 1st JOSIES Excitation Stevie Miss Josie Dowding 2nd DREAMMAKER Vegas Bomb Charmer Miss Sarah Howie JERSEY, Group of Three, property of the same exhibitor but not necessarily exhibitor bred 1st Miss Zoe Cambridge JERSEY, PAIR, the property of the same exhibitor but not necessarily exhibitor bred 1st Miss Zoe Cambridge 2nd Miss Chloe Peach BREED CHAMPION, JOSIES Excitation Stevie RESERVE BREED CHAMPION OLYMPIC Gorgeous Valentine CALF CLASS, Any other dairy bred heifer, born on or between 1st December 2021 and 28th February 2022 1st MOONLIGHT Stormy Victorious Miss Chloe Peach CALF CLASS, Any other dairy bred heifer, born between 1st September & 30th November 2021 3rd PHOENIX Colton Locket Miss Rosalea Brown CALF CLASS, Any other dairy bred heifer, born on or between 1st May & 31st August 2021 1st MOONLIGHT Victorious Molly Miss Chloe Peach CALF CLASS, Any other dairy breed, born on or between 1st January & 30th April 2021 2nd BURYHILL Littlestar Rumour 2 Miss Zoe Cambridge CALF …
Peter and Louise Phillips of JUSTAFEW Jerseys found themselves with a new handler at Royal Cornwall in our Prime Minister, Boris Johnson! Boris is pictured here with ANSOM Dholiver Bayi Anemone VG87. This topped off a great week for JUSTAFEW having won the Breed Championship with ANSOM Tyler Anemone. Congratulations! #proudtobepedigree
JUDGE: Mrs A Stable RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, aged 9-18 months 1st Mr EG Armitage 2nd Ravenfield Jerseys 3rd Alexander Fort-Minish JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf, 1st Hattie Stapleton 2nd Mr EG Armitage JERSEY COW, in calf, 1st Honeygirls Jerseys 2nd Ravenfield Jerseys JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, 1st Mr EG Armitage 2nd Honeygirls Jerseys JERSEY, COW, in milk 1st The Coates Family 2nd Honeygirls Jerseys 3rd Mr EG Armitage JERSEY, Best Pair 1st Mr EG Armitage 2nd Honeygirls Jerseys
JUDGE: RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, born on or after 1st September 1st POTTERSWALLS Chrome Evening The Fleming Family JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, calved under three years of age 1st PRIESTLAND Fizz Harmonica The McLean Family JERSEY COW, in milk, having had two calvings 1st POTTERSWALLS Skipper Magic The Fleming Family 2nd POTTERSWALLS Dazzler Elisha The Fleming Family JERSEY, COW, in milk, having had three or more calvings 1st POTTERSWALLS Bontino Dawn The Fleming Family 2nd POTTERSWALLS Impression Magic 2 The Fleming Family JERSEY, Pair 1st The Fleming Family 2nd The Fleming Family JERSEY, Champion POTTERSWALLS Bontino Dawn Reserve Champion POTTERSWALLS Impression Magic 2 BEST JERSEY HEIFER, PRIESTLAND Fizz Harmonica INTERBREED CHAMPION, POTTERSWALLS Bontino Dawn RESERVE INTERBREED PAIRS, The Fleming Family RESERVE INTERBREED GROUP OF THREE, The Fleming Family
The Directors of the Jersey Cattle Society of the UK are pleased to announce that Pedigree Livestock Services have been selected to replace Jolly British as our Company Secretary. Emma Horn will remain in position during the hand over which should be completed by the end of May. In the meantime points of contact for members continue to be Emma, Becky our Field Officer and Claire at NBDC animal registrations. Pedigree Livestock Services (PLS) specialise working in partnership with Livestock Breed Societies providing a bespoke administrative support service. The company can provide as little or as much resource to any Society from their dedicated Pedigree Livestock Services team. Pedigree Livestock Services will be providing administration support to the Jersey Cattle Society of the UK and their members and will be taking up the position of Company Secretary for the breed. Taking up the contact role for the breed and their members is Pedigree Livestock Services general manager, Heather Pritchard. Commenting on this new working partnership, Andy Ryder managing director of Pedigree Livestock Services said the team can deliver and assist with the Society’s requirements as we offer over 150 years combined experience in the livestock and agricultural industry. We are looking forward to working with the members of the Jersey Cattle Society of the UK.
Travelling over from Ireland is Eddie Barrett to judge this year’s Jersey classes. Eddie is the Dairy Breeding Programme Manager with the National Cattle Breeding Centre (NCBC) in Ireland. He, along with his team, is responsible for the delivery of an elite selection of top dairy sires for the benefit of NCBC shareholders and farmers and the export requirements of “Ireland Genetics”. Eddie grew up on the family farm which is home to the Laurelmore Herd. He is a member of the IHFA official Holstein judges’ panel, having been first selected in 1992. He is also on the Jersey Cattle Society of the UK Judging Panel. He has officiated as Master Judge for IHFA Judging Conference and been a member of the selection panel for the IHFA Holstein team at the European Show in Brussels. Eddie has also been on official breed and inter-breed judging assignments in Ireland, the UK and France, including the Interbreed Judge at RUAS Balmoral and Welsh Dairy Show, along with numerous national and regional Holstein and Jersey herd competition assignments.
The first of the 2022 Judges Workshops was held on Saturday at Clandeboye, by kind permission of Mark Logan and the Clandeboye Estate Co Ltd team. We were delighted to have so many potential future judges join us to experience the process of judging and to encourage their thoughts towards considering joining the panel in the future. Once again, we thank the team at Clandeboye and to all those who attended. Please remember you can still book our place at Clifton and Rivermead via the JCS Team.
John McCosh of the Kingsbeck herd based in Biggar, South Lanarkshire has been awarded the Lilyhill Cup for the Gold Cup Jersey herd. Herds qualifying for the Gold Cup record the highest levels of combined fat and protein. The 185 cow Kingsbeck herd had a CF & P of 816kgs. Congratulations to all!
The 2022 WJCB Global Online Conference is due to be held on 28th April via an online meeting. If you wish to attend, details of how to register are within the linked pack below. Once you have registered further information will be emailed to you. The meeting will be split in to four sections: 1 – Global Data Sharing, Initiatives and Opportunities 2 – Gene Editing 3 – Maintaining a Social Licence 4 – Jersey – Most Profitable and Sustainable Cow View full information here: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/WJCB-2022-Global-Online-Conference-28.04.2022.pdf
Colin and Izzy Laird extend an invitation to attend their charity fundraising open day on 12th May at Blythbridge, Peeblesshire. The focus of the day is to view the newly built dairy system which includes 8 Lely robots. To book please email Colin and Izzy: Click to view open day flier: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Laird-Open-Day.jpg
After over a decade of service to the Jersey Cattle Society, Emma Horn is standing down from her role as Company Secretary. Emma and her team at Jolly British Business Support Ltd have been at the heart of the effective and professional management of our Society. During Emma’s time with us, she has worked studiously to support the board, manage the society finances, processes and services, and delivered projects including the design and development of the JCS website, online CRM membership platform and electronic newsletter. Alongside her managerial work, Emma and her team provided the organisational and administration support for Membership, Herd Book, Registrations and Society events. I am sure, as I speak on behalf of the board, Emma and her team will be missed by many. With the support of Emma, the search is now on to find a new person or team to fulfill the important roles carried out by Jolly British, and to work closely with Becky Hurd (FSO) and Claire Cooksey (Animal Registrations). I use this opportunity to ask members who may know or who can recommend a suitable candidate(s) to contact either myself, a fellow member of the Board or indeed Emma. Mark Logan, JCS Chairman Photo above: Emma Horn (right) and Allison Whitelaw (left) at the last JCS National Show, where the Society won the award for the best internal trade stand.
“We are farming over 1,500 cows in total. Jerseys have a better feed conversion rate. We can stock more per acre and their high solid milk best fits our Arla contract. Jerseys also have good fertility and feet and play a key role in creating a successful dairy business” John Cookson, Yareal Dairy Operations Manager Click to view full article: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Yareal-21032022.pdf
Promoting the strength of the Jersey breed in the showring – open to all members (aged over 16) Saturday 30th April – Host: Mark Logan “Clandeboye” (Venue: Clandeboye Estate, Bangor, Northern Ireland) Thursday 5th May – Host: Steven Bland “Clifton” (Venue: Abbott Lodge, Clifton, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2HD) New date to be confirmed – Host: Mark Davies “Rivermead” (Venue: Westcott Farm, Westleigh, Tiverton EX16 7EW) Each workshop will be informal, friendly and non-competitive.Our aim is to provide everyone with the opportunity, whether a seasoned Judge, just starting out or interested in becoming a Judge, to freely discuss the strength of the Jersey breed, your judging and practice your reasoning skills. If would you like join us at one or more of the above workshops, to practice your judging and reasoning skills in an informal environment whilst meeting like-minded Jersey breeders, please do not hesitate contact either Robert Hunter on m: 07774 134787 or Emma on 07971 020817 / . We look forward to hearing from you and to help answer any questions you may have about the workshops. #Breedingforthefuture #FutureJudges #Pedigree #JerseyCattle #JerseyQuality #JerseyAdvantage #showcasingthebestofthebreed
JUDGE: Ms Terri Packard, Maryland, USA RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, 1st TREASURE Andreas Fernleaf The Summer Sizzlers 2nd Blythbridge VIP Reagan Blyth Farms 3rd Ingleview Casino Blackberry TA & ML Jackson 4th Katherines Knock Out Gin Fizz Katherine Jenkinson 5th Hailstone Safari Winsome 2 Mark & Diane Wilson JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf 1st KATHERINES Spanner Man Penny Katherine Jenkinson 2nd Clanel Video Daisybelle Heuchan Family 3rd Katherines Matt Amelia Katherine Jenkinson 4th Nethervalley Lemonhead Regina Kerry Scott 5th Skiddaw Jeronimo Tia JA & Y Raven JERSEY Junior Champion Treasure Andreas Fernleaf Reserve Champion Katherines Spanner Man Penny Honourable Mention Blythbridge VIP Reagan JERSEY, Two Year Old 1st Skiddaw Megapower Bluebell JA & Y Raven 2nd Threapland Maid Faith Miss Amy Bowness JERSEY, Three Year Old 1st Nethervalley Tequila Tayberry Mark & Diane Wilson 2nd Gibraltar Viral Adder Eddie Burrow JERSEY, Senior Cow 1st Honeygirls Welsh Lily Honeygirls Jerseys 2nd Toobees Chrome Alexandra Butterfield & Burton 3rd Flair Topeka Poppy Flair Jerseys 4th Cllifton Barnabas Clover TA & ML Jackson 5th Clifton Chavez Denise TA & ML Jackson 6th Hailstone Valentino Winsome 2 Mark & Diane Wilson 7th Guillyhill Tequila Jezz TA & ML Jackson 8th Pip Yegabomb Faith Miss Amy Bowness GRAND CHAMPION, HONEYGIRLS Welsh Lily RESERVE CHAMPION, SKIDDAW Megapower Bluebell HONOURABLE MENTION, TOOBEES Chrome Alexandra PREMIER BREEDER, Katherine Jenkinson PREMIER EXHIBITOR, Katherine Jenkinson
Kivells Auctioneers held the On-Farm Dispersal Sale of the Trekillick herd of 300 Pedigree Jerseys on behalf of the Dyer Family at Trekillick Farm, Bodmin. The Sale attracted 28 different buyers from far and wide both around the ring and online with Cows going to Carmarthen, Anglesey, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Devon and locally. Trade was strong and very level throughout with over 50 cows making £1500 or more to a top of 2050gns (£2152) for a third calver “Trekillick Windmake Ponder” by Whitenhill Cavalias Windmaker who had sired many of the best cows in the sale, she sold due in October to sexed Huxford to Messrs Edwards of Carmarthen. A second calver by another UK bred Sire, Bluegrass Blondettes Blue Lagoon sold due in September to Huxford for 1880gns (£1974) to Messrs A & F Mogridge of Dorset who also bought the top priced heifer at 1820gns (£1911) for “Trekillick Gold Fluff” by Grahams Gold P, she was due in August to Huxford. The summer and Autumn Calvers attracted strong interest with other heifers selling to 1750gns (£1837) and several between 1500-1700gns. Fresh milk topped at £1700gns (£1785) for a second calver “Trekillick On Time Laerile” by Lencrest On Time, she was fresh in January and sold giving 39Kgs to Oliver Neagle for his Hiltonbury Herd in Winchester. Fresh heifers at 23 months old topped at 1600gns (£1680) for “Trekillick Equinox Quince” who had just calved a week. Dry Cows were the trade of the day and sold to exceptional demand topping at 1620gns for “Trekillick Lagoon Milly” a heifer due her second at the end of March with other similar cows to 1600gns (£1680) three times and many between 1400-1600gns. In Calf Heifers were a steadier trade however readily sold to a top call of 1150gns (£1207) …
Richard Halleron recently featured the POTTERSWALLS, CLANDEBOYE & UPPERTULLY herds from Northern Ireland in an article for Farming Life newspaper. Richard says “not only has a selection of top cows from the POTTERSWALLS and CLANDEBOYE herds taken all the top show accolades but the footprint of the breed throughout the dairy sector continues to strengthen and at an exponential rate” Click HERE to read the full story #proudtobepedigree #northerirelandbreeders #jerseycow
During the summer of 2021 the Coldeaton herd of Jo Burrows and her Dad John Stubbs, took part in filming for the BBC1 series, The Farmers Country Showdown! This airs tomorrow, Thursday 6th January at 3:45pm – don’t miss out! #bigscreengirls #dairyqueen
The All Britain Awards are designed to highlight cows that have been shown during the year and to give credit to their owners and breeders for the outstanding work they do in promoting the Jersey cow at both national and local events. The All Britain Competition continues to goes from strength to strength with increasing entries and new exhibitors.Entry forms are available now to download from the Members Area of the JCS website. Full competition rules and how to enter are explained on the entry form. Closing date is 12 noon on Monday 10th January, 2022
A large crowd gathered for the Tyringham Herd Dispersal of Jerseys which resulted in a fantastictrade topping at £1170, with active purchasers from as far as Scotland, Wales and the South West. Topping the sale was an October calved heifer by Grazeland Lemonhead Devinci. Giving 15.8kg, shewent to Messrs Manning of Minsterley, Shrewsbury to join their herd. Three others reached £1600,two fresh second calvers by Cairnbrae Bontino both went to Messrs Gould of Ipstones with the thirda September calved third calver heading to W S Farm Holdings, Stapleton. Bulk buyers including Messrs Howie of Swindon and Messrs Pugsley of Holsworthy, Devon. In-Calf heifers topped at £1040 with week old calves to £370.
CLANDEBOYE Tequila Cookie is no stranger to the show ring spotlight and she wore the crown once again winning not only the Breed Championship but going on to take the Interbreed title also. Not to be left in the shade, CLANDEBOYE Caramel Cookie also won the heifer section of the Interbreed Championship, with POTTERSWALLS Fillpail Tracy winning the Junior Interbreed! What a day for the breed and congratulations to all those involved.
JUDGE: Mr Edward Griffith RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, born on or after 1st June 2020 1st POTTERSWALLS Fillpail Tracy The Fleming Family 2nd DAMM Video Ruby G & D Simpson 3rd CLANDEBOYE Everest Evita Clandeboye Estate 4th POTTERSWALLS Jordon Glamour The Fleming Family JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf 1st CLANDEBOYE Chrome 1 Evita Clandeboye Estate 2nd POTTERSWALLS Engineer Glora The Fleming Family JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, must have calved by three years of age 1st CLANDEBOYE Caramel Cookie Clandeboye Estate 2nd LAYWARD Cosmo Starry Fizz The Fleming Family 3rd POTTERSWALLS Craze Magic The Fleming Family JERSEY HEIFER CHAMPION (IN MILK), CLANDEBOYE Caramel Cookie RESERVE Heifer Champion LAYWARD Cosmo Starry Fizz JERSEY JUNIOR HEIFER CHAMPION (MAIDEN OR IN CALF), POTTERSWALLS Fillpail Tracy RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION CLANDEBOYE Chrome 1 Evita JERSEY, JUNIOR COW IN MILK, second lactation 1st POTTERSWALLS Joel Glamour The Fleming Family JERSEY, JUNIOR COW, in third or later lactation 1st CLANDEBOYE Tequila Cookie Clandeboye Estate 2nd POTTERSWALLS Chrome Glamour The Fleming Family 3rd CLANDEBOYE Chrome Evita Clandeboye Estate JERSEY, BREED CHAMPION CLANDEBOYE Tequila Cookie RESERVE BREED CHAMPION POTTERSWALLS Chrome Glamour JERSEY, PREMIER EXHIBITOR AWARD The Fleming Family INTERBREED CHAMPION, CLANDEBOYE Tequila Cookie EXHIBITOR BRED INTERBREED CHAMPION, CLANDEBOYE Tequila Cookie INTERBREED HEIFER CHAMPION, CLANDEBOYE Caramel Cookie INTERBREED JUNIOR CHAMPION, POTTERSWALLS Fillpail Tracy
Clandeboye Estate, Bangor, Northern Ireland and home of Clandeboye Jerseys have been crowned “UK’s Best Product of the Year 2021” for the Madagascan Vanilla Greek Style Yoghurt at this year’s Quality Food Awards! This is the first time the title has found it’s home in Northern Ireland since the awards began over 40 years ago. Following this success, Clandeboye have further signed with an Irish distribution company BWG, who distribute to convenience stores and trade customers across Southern Ireland just in time for the new creamery on the estate. To view the full range of products available from Clandeboye, follow the link: http://www.clandeboye.co.uk/our-venue/clandeboye-yoghurt/
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Kivells held the Golden Opportunity Sale of 20 Pedigree Jerseys at Exeter Livestock Centre on Friday. Once again Exeter continues to lead the way with the strongest trade anywhere in the UK! There was an excellent quality entry forward and top of the day was 1920gns (£2016) for a third calver “Morebridge Topeka Clematis GP83” by Heartland Merchant Topeka from Messrs MS Ashton & Sons of Torrington who sold others to 1900gns (£1995) twice for a another third calver by Evangelo Del Primero and a Heifer “Morebridge Megapower Brandy” by River Valley Megapower. The same vendors sold others to 1850gns (£1942) and a fourth calver by Tollenaars Impuls Legal to 1750gnsn (£1837)! Messrs Ashton also sold two Dry Cows to 1600gns (£1680) and 1500gns (£1575) and their consignment of 16 averaged a whopping £1764! Bruce, Jenny & Jess Ravenhill-White of Umberleigh sold three cracking Cows & Heifers from their Whitenhill Herd and topped at 1900gns for a second calver “Whitenhill Santas Windsock VG87” by Bluegrass Carols Santa Claus. “Whitenhill Citations Chestnut GP84” sold having calved in August at 1850gns whilst the other heifer by a homebred sire sold at 1750gns. Richard Norman of Yeovil sold a fifth calver “Cracker Nadals Girl” by Lencrest Nadal at 1520gns (£1596)! Averages: 17 In Milk Cows & Heifers £1835 3 In Calf Cows & Heifers £1470
Cornish Club Secretary Lisa Hopwood says, “thank you to Tim Garry for judging and to Wayne Jeffery for hosting the Pasty & Presentation evening and to all the sponsors, without whom this competition could not happen. We had 10 herds enter which was fantastic and the rosettes were really special, thanks to Leeza Wiliams”. To view the full results, please follow the link below: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/2021-cornwall-club-herd-competition/
Judge: Mr Tim Garry RESULTS JERSEY MAIDEN HEIFER, 12-18 MONTHS 1st HAYVALLEY Lets Video Dance The Renfree Family 2nd TRENOWETH Barcelona Lily The Johns Family 3rd CARDINNEY Machine Candy 10 The Warren Family JERSEY HEIFER IN CALF 1st CARDINNEY Bontino Ashley 21 The Warren Family 2nd WHITENHILL Riley Luga The Johns Family 3rd BOJEWYAN Dazzler Yelino The Murley Family JERSEY HEIFER IN MILK 1st CARDINNEY Bontino Winner 3 The Warren Family 2nd QUINTRELL Chief Faith The Colwell Family 3rd HONEYFIELDS Casino Belle The Renfree Family JERSEY DRY COW 1st CARDINNEY Wonderman Cocoa 2 The Warren Family 2nd TORVALLEY Joel Jersey Jazz The Renfree Family 3rd TRENITHON Lemonhead Fauna The Williams Family JERSEY JUNIOR COW IN MILK 1st HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie The Renfree Family 2nd CARDINNEY Wonderman Wishful The Warren Family 3rd TRENGILLY Valentino Crimson AJC Carter JERSEY SENIOR COW 1st SOWDEN Hilux Miranda The Warren Family 2nd SPICE Just So Daisy The Renfree Family 3rd QUINTRELL Reagan Scarlett The Colwell Family GROUP OF THREE, same sire or from the same dam 1st ELLIOTS Regency Casino The Renfree Family 2nd RAPIDBAY Reagan The Colwell Family 3rd CARDINNEY Irwin Wonderman The Warren Family PRODUCTION & INSPECTION 1st TORVALLEY Joel Jazz The Renfree Family 2nd QUINTRELL Reagan Scarlett The Colwell Family 3rd SOWDEN Hilux Miranda The Warren Family LIFETIME PRODUCTION 1st GLANMOR Julian Winc The Warren Family 2nd QUINTRELL Rocket Igloss The Nicholls Family 3rd QUINTRELL Exceptional Devotion The Colwell Family DAM & DAUGHTER SHIELD 1st QUINTRELL Reagan Annabella & QUINTRELL Viral Anya The Colwell Family 2nd TRENITON Topeka Cornet & TRENITHON Headliner Cornet The Wiliams Family 3rd GLANMOR Julian Winc & CARDINNEY Ladd Winkle The Warren Family LARGE HERD 1st The Colwell Family 2nd The Nicholls Family 3rd The Murley Family MEDIUM HERD 1st The Warren Family 2nd The Williams …
For 2021 we took the decision to re-brand the annual National Show, held at The Dairy Show, Shepton Mallet as The National Youngstock Show. At the time of planning Covid-19 regulations were still hitting hard so we took the step to go ahead in supporting our usual venue in their chosen format for this year. The quality of calves forward was strong with judge David Christophers of Trerose Jerseys finding his Champion in Rivermead Bubba Lexi from The Davis Family, Devon. Lexi then went on to lift the Championship crown against 5 breeds and across a full panel of judges, scoring maximum points in the paddle board system. We would like to take this opportunity as a Society to thank the Royal Bath & West of England Society for their hard work in putting this event on in such challenging times and we look forward to joining you again in 2022. To view the full results, please follow the link below: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/2021-national-youngstock-show/
Showmanship Judge: Mr Stuart Williams Jersey Classes: Mr Iwan Morgan RESULTS JERSEY SHOWMANSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP Champion: Jessica Ravenhill-White Reserve Champion: Chloe Braithwaite Honourable Mention: Peighton Robertson JERSEY CALF, born on or after 1st March 2021 1st SAXOWN Casino Heidi 34 The Saxby Family 2nd RIVERMEAD Casino Princess Tweeny The Davis Family 3rd MYDRIM Victorious Tara JD Evans 4th MYDRIM Rockcliffs Tequilas March Heidi JD Evans 5th PIERREPONT Disco Lola Mr Michael WN Clear 6th NETHERVALLEY Chrome Waltz Neil Hodge 7th SAXOWN Victorious Vera The Saxby Family 8th RIVERMEAD Casino Blossom The Davis Family JERSEY CALF, born on or after 1st March 2021 1st BEES Tequila Rosemary Bethan Jayne Greenhalgh 2nd REGATTA Video T Ariel GW & M Coates & Son 3rd FUTUREDREAMS Casino In Any Event Veronica Futuredreams Partnership 4th GREENWAY Jamie Amaretto L Rockett & T Marshall 5th RIVERMEAD Matt Tor The Davis Family 6th NETHERVALLEY RS Lemon Candy R&M Scott JERSEY CALF, born between 1st September & 30th November 2020 1st MYDRIM Volcanos Tracy JD Evans 2nd MYDRIM Coltons Lovable Tara JD Evans 3rd REGATTA Video C Ariel Isabelle Harriet Lee 4th NETHERVALLEY Barnabas Vivacious R&M Scott 5th THISTLEROSE Disco Salsa Jane & Phil Arrell 6th CLANEL Video Daisybell Neil Heuchan 7th RIVERMEAD Matt Lets Dance The Davis Family 8th COLDEATON Valentino Absorbine Coldeaton Jerseys 9th GREENWAY Bancroft Toffee Crisp L Rockett & T Marshall 10th LONGING Barcelona Rosebay EG Armitage JERSEY CALF, born between 1st May & 31st August 2020 1st RIVERMEAD Bubba Lexi The Davis Family 2nd MOONSHINE Engineer Lady Ben Etteridge 3rd RIVERMEAD Casino Sunberry The Davis Family 4th TREGIBBY Casino Dreamgirl AH Wilson & Son 5th COLDEATON Valentino Sandpiper Coldeaton Jerseys 6th MYDRIM Tequilas Tracy JD Evans 7th FLAIR Dazzling Poppet Gwen Cochrane 8th PIERREPONT Oliver P Malibu Mr Michael WN Clear JERSEY CALF, …
Join the live webinar “Is breeding for Type Merit the future for Jersey Genetics?”. Peter Larson, Senior Breeding Manager at VikingGenetics will talk about breeding for different profiles and how you can breed for healthy and profitable Jersey cows and achieve higher efficiency in your dairy herd. Join the free webinar and learn about: How to achieve the balanced breeding goal relying on different sire profiles? Functional conformation and genetic correlations between type traits and other traits Breeding for healthy, fertile and efficient cows with VikingJersey Sires and how can VikingGenetics UK support you? Time: November 2nd, 19:00-19:45 (GMT) Sign up for the free webinar now: https://bit.ly/3mDHnSI
Showmanship Judge: Ms Laura Sales Jersey Classes: Mr David Christophers RESULTS CHANNEL ISLAND SHOWMANSHIP aged 16-20 years, 1st Emily Davis CHANNEL ISLAND SHOWMANSHIP aged 12-15 years , 1st Chloe Peach CHANNEL ISLAND SHOWMANSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP Emily Davis OVERALL SHOWMANSHIP Emily Davis JERSEY CALF, born on or after 1st January 2021 1st RIVERMEAD Abe Princess The Davis Family JERSEY CALF, born on or between 1st October 2020-31st December 2020 1st RIVERMEAD Matts Lets Dance The Davis Family 2nd PRINCESSTILSTAR Barcelona Birch Michael Oakes JERSEY CALF, born on or between 1st July 2020 – 30th September 2020 1st PRINCESSTILLSTAR Video Belle Michael Oakes CHAMPION JERSEY CALF RIVERMEAD Abe Princess The Davis Family RESERVE JERSEY CALF PRINCESSTILLSTAR Video Belle Michael Oakes INTERBREED CALF CHAMPION – RESERVE RIVERMEAD Matt Lets Dance JERSEY HEIFER, born on or between 1st April 2020 – 30th June 2020 1st RIVERMEAD Bubba Lexi The Davis Family 2nd RIVERMEAD Casino Sunberry The Davis Family JERSEY HEIFER, born on or between 1st January 2020 – 31st March 2020 1st ANSOM Crazey Nouvelle Miss Chloe Peach JERSEY IN CALF HEIFER, born on or between 1st April 2019 and 31st December 2019 1st POOLEBAY Devinci Mell Amy Wonnacott 2nd PRINCESSTILSTAR CC Rosielee Birch Michael Oakes JERSEY PAIRS 1st The Davis Family 2nd Michael Oakes CHAMPION RIVERMEAD Bubba Lexi RESERVE CHAMPION JERSEY RIVERMEAD Casino Sunberry RESERVE INTERBREED PAIR The Davis Family RESERVE INTERBREED GROUP OF 3 The Davis Family & Mr Michael Oakes INTERBREED CHAMPION RIVERMEAD Bubba Lexi
With this time of year resonating with the golden colours of Autumn the latest Craven Dairy Auction at CCM Skipton did similarly with a fine entry of over 40 lots sold to include Holsteins, Ayrshire, Red and White Holstein and the Autumn Jersey sale, held for the third time and again sold by leading breed auctioneer Mark Davis, of Devon-based Kivells. The main event was the Autumn coloured breeds sale, which was dominated by Jerseys and drew sellers from Scotland down to Shropshire. While many ringside had travelled long distances others were able to bid from the comfort of their own homes via the increasingly popular online platform, with potential purchasers from seven counties in England and Scotland registered on the sales sheet. While buyers were selective, all but two lots forward headed to new homes. Trade peaked at £2,100 for a widely admired long, hard-topped calf showing great udder potential and ready to compete at the forthcoming All Breeds All Britain Calf Show at Peterborough in mid-October. Well presented by Ben Coates, and his parents, Stephen and Rachel, who run Regatta Jerseys in Baildon, this November, 2020, heifer sired by Video is a maternal sister to the Champion Jersey Heifer in Milk from this year’s Great Yorkshire Show and is from an EX91 7500kg plus dam. As well as being a potential fifth generation VG or EX, she stays in Yorkshire, heading to a new young enthusiast, Izzy Lee, of Easingwold. Milking cows and heifers in the Jerseys were a solid trade without featuring any standout prices. They peaked at £1,890 for Bayview Disco Eliza 14 from the Pye family, who run Bayview Jerseys in Arkholme, Carnforth. Fresh since mid-August and giving over 23kg per day, with nine generations of VG or EX behind her, she heads to the …
JUDGE: Mr Alan Timbrell RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, born on or after 1st September 2019 1st POTTERSWALLS Engineer Gloria The Fleming Family JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf, under 3 years 1st KATHERINES Oliver-P Black Velvet Katherine Jenkinson JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, calved under 3 years of age 1st POTTERSWALLS VIP Starlight The Fleming Family 2nd POTTERSWALLS Joel Harp The Fleming Family JERSEY, COW, in calf but not in milk, born prior to 1st September 2018 1st CLANDEBOYE Chrome Evita Clandeboye Estate JERSEY, COW, in milk, having calved twice 1st POTTERSWALLS Impression Magic 2 The Fleming Family 2nd POTTERSWALLS Joel Glamour The Fleming Family 3rd CLANDEBOYE Bamber Brunette Clandeboye Estate JERSEY, COW, in milk, having had three or more calvings 1st POTTERSWALLS Excitation Glamour The Fleming Family 2nd GLANMOR Jebb Elisha Clandeboye Estate JERSEY, PAIR OF ANIMALS, bona fide the property of one exhibitor & entered in the classes for which they are eligible 1st The Fleming Family 2nd The Fleming Family BREED CHAMPION,POTTERSWALLS Excitation Glamour RESERVE BREED CHAMPION, POTTERSWALLS Impression Magic 2 HONOURABLE MENTION, CLANDEBOYE Jebb Elisha BEST JERSEY HEIFER, heifer & dam bred by Exhibitor, Champion – POTTERSWALLS VIP Starlight Reserve – POTTERSWALLS Joel Harp INTERBREED CHAMPION, POTTERSWALLS Excitation Glamour RESERVE INTERBREED PAIR, The Fleming Family INTERBREED CHAMPION GROUP, The Fleming Family SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP, 1st Ailsa Fleming
JUDGE: Mr James Waring RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, maiden, under 15 months 1st CLANEL Video Daisybelle Heuchan Family 2nd KILLINGTON Lemon Eileen J&R Waller 3rd KILLINGTON Video Eleanor J&R Waller 4th LAYWARD Victory Belle Katherine Jenkinson 5th BODKIN Megladon Day Dream T&G Parkinson 6th BAYVIEW Colton Charity GM & DJ Pye JERSEY, HEIFER, in calf, under 3 years 1st KATHERINES Oliver-P Black Velvet Katherine Jenkinson JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, calved under 3 years 1st BAYVIEW Nuance Skip 16 GM DJ Pye 2nd HAILSTONE Viral Samantha Who M&D Wilson 3rd KATHERINES Oliver P Eleanor Katherine Jenkinson JERSEY, COW, in milk, calved twice 1st BAYVIEW Victorious Design 19 GM & DJ Pye 2nd BODKIN Yegabomb Daffodil T&G Parkinson JERSEY, COW, in milk, calved three times 1st KILLINGTON Miro Rohini J&R Waller 2nd BAYVIEW Echo Design 16 GM & DJ Pye JERSEY, COW, in milk, calved four times or more 1st BAYVIEW Conquerer Thyme 4 GM & DJ Pye 2nd KATHERINES Jenny Ontime Katherine Jenkinson JERSEY, PAIR of females 1st GM & DJ Pye 2nd J&R Waller 3rd Katherine Jenkinson BREED CHAMPION,BAYVIEW Nuance Skip 16 RESERVE BREED CHAMPION, BAYVIEW Victorious Design 19 BEST EXHIBTOR BRED, BAYVIEW Nuance Skip 16 BEST UDDER, BAYVIEW Nuance Skip 16 JUNIOR CHAMPION, GM & DJ Pye RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION, M&D Wilson
JUDGE: Mr Ben Etteridge RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk 1st RIVERMEAD Minx Candy The Davis Family 2nd ERIE Victorious Caramel EM, E & Iwan Morgan 3rd TREGIBBY Yegabomb Blusher AH Wilson & Son 4th ENCHANTED Tequila Ariel The Coates Family 5th SWEETPEA Gold Jasmine Isla Arrell 6th STONEBRIDGE Change Up Tooty Frootie Mr M Clear & Miss Z Clear 7th MYDRIM Volcanos Tara JD Evans JERSEY, JUNIOR COW, in milk 1st SAXOWN Joel Judy 21 Isla Arrell 2nd FUTUREDREAMS Ressurection Summertime Veronica Futuredreams Partnership 3rd VALLEY Excitation Precious 2 PM Cotton 4th RIVERMEAD Impression Alexsis The Davis Family 5th DISCOVERY Coltons Cassandra Mr M Clear & Miss Z Clear JERSEY, SENIOR COW, in milk, having had four or more calves (4 Entries) 1st BLUEGRASS Sams Dreaming AH Wilson & Son 2nd SAXOWN Precision Cash 89 The Saxby Family 3rd SAXOWN Colton Heidi 19 JD Evans 4th RIVERMEAD Joel Candy The Davis Family JERSEY CHAMPIONSHIP, Champion: BLUEGRASS Sams Dreaming Reserve Champion: RIVERMEAD Minx Candy Honourable Mention: SAXOWN Joel Judy 21
We are delighted to be back at UK Dairy Day with our Tradestand. Come & visit us in the Breed Society Village; if Becky isn’t there you will find her by the judging ring. Classes commence at 9am and Ben Etteridge (MOONSHINE) is judging. Ben keeps his cows at PG Walkers in Suffolk and at Charles & Andrew Readers BARNOWL Herd. Ben started showing calves at the age of 9 and for the past 20 years has been showing MOONSHINE cows and calves at many County shows, including UK Dairy Day. #dedicatedtodairy #jerseycow #showtime
JUDGE: Mr Charles Reader RESULTS JERSEY, HEIFER, born on or after 1st January 2020 1st NEWVENTURE Video Cyber S Oakes 2nd BAR-M Jordan Rosa Bar-M Jerseys 3rd BAR-M Jordan Fern-Isla BAr-M Jerseys JERSEY, HEIFER, incalf 1st BAR-M Barcelona Generous Bar-M Jerseys 2nd ANSOM Craze Nouvelle L Isherwood 3rd PRINCESSTILLSTAR CC Rosie Lee Birch S Oakes JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk, having calved under the age of two and a half years 1st BAR-M Barcelona Rosebay Bar-M Jerseys 2nd KNAYTON Engineer Lark Bar-M Jerseys 3rd BAR-M Joel Debutante Bar-M Jerseys JERSEY, YOUNG COW, in milk 1st VALLEY Excitation Precious 2 P Cotton BREED CHAMPION,VALLEY Excitation Precious 2 RESERVE BREED CHAMPION BAR-M Barcelona Rosebay GROUP OF THREE, Entered in the above classes and the property of the same Exhibitor 1st BAR-M Jerseys GROUP OF TWO FEMALES, By one Sire, or out of one dam, or a dam and her daughter, bred by and the property of the same exhibitor 1st BAR-M Jerseys 2nd S Oakes
JUDGE: Mr Richard Saxby RESULTS LARGE HERD 1st BAYVIEW GM & DJ Pye 2nd HEATHWAITE A Jenkinson MEDIUM HERD 1st KILLINGTON J & K Waller 2nd MOORHOUSE Messrs Watson 3rd SKIDDAW JA & Y Raven SMALL HERD 1st HAILSTONE M & D Wilson 2nd THREAPLAND Bowness Farms Ltd 3rd JAYTEE W Taylor 4th BLUESTONE D Jones 5th CLANEL Heuchan Family 6th KATHERINES K Jenkinson BEST HOMEBRED COW 1st KILLINGTON Excitation Eleanor 2 J & K Waller 2nd HAILSTONE Fantom Samantha Who M & D Wilson 3rd BLUESTONE Global Anna D Jones 4th BAYVIEW Echo Design 16 GM & DJ Pye 5th THREAPLAND Yegabomb Faith Bowness Farms Ltd 6th KATHERINES Jenny Ontime Katherine Jenkinson BEST NON-HOMEBRED COW 1st SHELLEN Zartola Xavier GM & DJ Pye 2nd SHELLEN Fantom March M & D Wilson 3rd MONUMENT Beautiful Starlight Bowness Farms Ltd 4th KERBANKS Fantom March JA & Y Raven 5th BAYVIEW Chrome Twinkle 32 W Taylor 6th POTTERSWALLS Joel Daisybelle 2 Heuchan Family BEST HOMEBRED HEIFER 1st SKIDDAW Jebb Gina JA & Y Raven 2nd BAYVIEW Nuance Skip 16 GM & DJ Pye 3rd MOORHOUSE Victorious Amber Messrs Watson 4th HAILSTONE Viral Samantha Who M & D Wilson 5th KATHERINES Oliver-P Eleanor K Jenkinson 6th KILLINGTON Tequila Eleanor J & K Waller GROUP OF THREE 1st GM & DJ Pye 2nd M & D Wilson 3rd Bowness Farms Ltd 4th J & K Waller 5th Messrs Watson 6th JA & Y Raven PRODUCTION & INSPECTION CLASS 1st SKIDDAW Abilitys Clare 2 JA & Y Raven 2nd BAYVIEW Branson Elsie 7 GM & DJ Pye 3rd MOORHOUSE Riley Amber Messrs Watson 4th KILLINGTON Excitation Eleanor J & K Waller 50,000kg Cow 1st BAYVIEW Famtom Gwen 3 GM & DJ Pye 2nd SKIDDAW Ability Clare 2 JA & Y Raven 3rd …
JUDGE: Mr David Gray RESULTS JERSEY, SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES JUNIOR Handler, under 12 years old: 1st Archie McNeely Intermediate Handler, between 13 – 15 years 1st Amy McNeely Senior Handler, aged 16-20 years 1st Ailsa Fleming 2nd Chloe McNeely Champion: Ailsa Fleming (POTTERSWALLS) Reserve Champion: Amy McNeely (UPPERTULLY) Honorable Mention: Chloe McNeely (UPPERTULLY) JERSEY, HEIFER, born on or after 1st March 2021 1st POTTERSWALLS Victorious Season The Fleming Family JERSEY, Heifer born between 1st December 2020 – 28th February 2021 1st POTTERSWALLS Devinci Cash The Fleming Family 2nd KIRKINRIOLA Graze Thistle Jack King JERSEY, HEIFER, born between 1st September 2020 – 30th November 2020 1st DAMM Video Ruby George & David Simpson 2nd CLANDEBOYE Everest Evita Clandeboye Estate 3rd POTTERSWALLS Jamie Lady The Fleming Family 4th LOGAN Chrome Chicago Clive & Joel Richardson JERSEY HEIFER, born between 1st May 2020 – 31st August 2020 1st POTTERSWALLS Joyride Coralie Will Patton JERSEY HEIFER, born between 1st January 2020 – 30th April 2020 1st POTTERSWALLS Engineer Floria The Fleming Family 2nd ELITE Amazon Primrose Clandeboye Estate JERSEY CHAMPION POTTERSWALLS Engineer Gloria The Fleming Family RESERVE CHAMPION DAMM Video Ruby George & David Simpson HONORABLE MENTION POTTERSWALLS Devinci Cash The Fleming Family
We know how fast our Jersey Young Breeders grow and how often members have to buy new junior show shirts, to help reduce the cost, we are excited to launch two new initiatives. Option 1 – If a junior show shirt has been outgrown and you would like to donate this to the Society, we will arrange for these to be passed on to other young members free of charge. To donate, please post your shirts back to Becky: Becky Hurd, Whitefield Farm, Whitefield, Wiveliscombe, Somerset TA4 2UW Option 2 – If you would like to sell your pre-owned Show Shirts (Adult or Junior , any size/age), you can advertise them on the Private Sales page of the JCS website: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/private-sales/ To sell your shirt please provide full details – Unisex/Fitted/Junior, size/age, selling price (including postage) and your contact details. Payment and postage will be arranged directly between buyer and seller, the JCS aim to introduce buyers and sellers however will not get involved or be responsible for the arrangement of any sales. Please email details of any items for sale to and these will be advertised on the Private Sales page of the JCS website: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/private-sales/
JUDGE: Mr James Evans RESULTS JERSEY, MAIDEN HEIFER, born in 2020 1st SWEETPEA Gold Jasmine Miss I Arrell JERSEY, HEIFER, in milk having calved by 2.5 years 1st SWEETPEA Gold Jellibean Miss I Arrell BREED CHAMPION,SWEETPEA Gold Jellibean RESERVE BREED CHAMPION SWEETPEA Gold Jasmine
JUDGE: Mr Mark Nicholls RESULTS ALL BREEDS, COW, due to calve before 1st January 2022, Any Breed 2nd HENNIKERS Global Fan Milki EX91 The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS COW, in milk, not due to calve before 1st January 2022 2nd GLANMOR Barcelona Firestick The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS, HEIFER, in calf or in milk, born after 1st August 201, Any Breed 3rd HONEYFIELDS Casino Belle VG88 2yr The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS,MAIDEN HEIFER, born after 1st August 2019 1st HAYVALLEY Yegabomb Orangutan The Renfree Family JERSEY CHAMPION, HONEYFIELDS Casino Belle VG88 The Renfree Family RESERVE CHAMPION JERSEY GLANMOR Barcelona Firestick VG89 The Renfree Family
Nominated for the Cumbria Dairy Farmer of the Year Awards! Katherine from Scaleby in Cumbria has made it in to the final three! Field Service Officer Becky Hurd said, “we are delighted to see the exceptional efforts of a young Jersey breeder being recognised by these awards. Katherine has worked exceptionally hard over the last couple of years to create, promote and manage her business and we are very proud”. We are really looking forward to hearing the results in October – good luck Katherine!
JUDGES: Mr B Etteridge RESULTS MAIDEN HEIFER, born in 2020 1st SAXOWN Casino Judy 27 RJ & CA Saxby 2nd LONGING Ambition Charm Design Daydream UK 3rd LAYWARD Divines Chica Bonita Miss KE Jenkinson 4th RAVENFIELD Stubby Tilly JF & S Heath CHAMPION MAIDEN HEIFER SAXOWN Casino Judy 27 RESERVE CHAMPION MAIDEN HEIFER LONGING Ambition Charm HEIFER, in calf, born on or between 1st April & 31st December 2019 1st LONGING Itaskas Fillpail Fizz Design Daydream UK 2nd KATHERINES Oliver P Black Velvet Miss KE Jenkinson COW, in calf, not less than 5 months 1st KATHERINES Jenny Ontime Miss KE Jenkinson HEIFER, in milk, which has produced her first and only calf before attaining the age of two and a half years (10 Entries) 1st ENCHANTED Tequila Ariel (Best Udder) Coates Family 2nd BLUEGRASS Tequila Merry Jane R & E Butterfield 3rd NETHERVALLEY Tequila Tayberry M & D Wilson 4th SAXOWN Casino Judy 24 RJ & CA Saxby 5th COLDEATON Excitation Josephine Mr JC Stubbs 6th GILBROOK Viral Design Richardson Family JUNIOR CHAMPION ENCHANTED Tequila Ariel RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION BLUEGRASS Tequila Merry Jane JUNIOR COW, in milk, having calved twice 1st GREYLEYS Chili Del Ivory 198 (Best Udder) Mr DE Shaw 2nd VALLEY Excitation Precious Mr P Cotton 3rd COLDEATON Yegabomb Josephine Mr JC Stubbs 4th GILBROOK Tara Pippa Richardson Family 5th LONGING Excitation Winnie Longing Jerseys INTERMEDIATE COW, in milk, having had three or four calves (8 Entries) 1st COLDEATON Tequila Alison Mr JC Stubbs 2nd SAXOWN Bruce Judy 20 RJ & CA Saxby 3rd COLDEATON Reagan Alison Ravenfield Jerseys 4th GILBROOK Ballard Pippa Richardson Family 5th LONGING Legal Lassie (Best Udder) Longing Jerseys 6th HAILSTONE Tequila Winsome 2 M & D Wilson SENIOR COW, in milk, having had five or more calves (4 Entries) …
We are delighted to announce “We’re Back” and UK Dairy Day will go ahead in September with additional Covid safety measures in place following the latest Government announcement. The UK Dairy Day team are doing everything they can to stage the event responsibly with additional measures in place to ensure visitors, staff and exhibitors feel safe at the event. Changes to layouts and expertise in crowd management to avoid build-up in popular areas Additional ventilation systems for internal exhibition areas Enhanced cleaning regime and waste disposal Hand sanitiser available across the site Continue to follow industry guidelines Behind the scenes, the UK Dairy Day event team has been working on all elements of the event and we thank everyone for their continued support, feedback and cooperation as we implement changes to ensure our event can return safely. Trade stand bookings are now being finalised before publishing the full exhibitor listing and trade stand plan. The support from everyone has been fantastic and we are delighted to have the backing of our 2021 principal sponsors Holstein UK, NWF Agriculture, Crystalyx and Fullwood Packo along with media partners Farmers Guardian and Holstein International and our associate sponsors. Practical demonstrations and seminars will return to the event providing an opportunity to hear from the experts and take home great insight and learnings. We have leading speakers who will cover key topics related to farming without subsidies, climate change, market conditions and breeding the right dairy cow. Dairy cattle will return to the event which will host the National Shows for Ayrshire, Brown Swiss and Holstein breeds, along with classes for Dairy Shorthorn, Guernsey and Jersey. The stall booking deadline for cattle exhibitors is Friday 6th August 2021 and the cattle entry deadline is Friday 3rd September 2021. A fantastic leading line-up of judges …
Pedigree Jerseys were the number 1 choice for re-stocking at Abbott Lodge and The Scottish Farmer found out why… Steven & Claire Bland and their children Robert & Elizabeth lost their black & white herd to Foot & Mouth disease in 2001. It was then that radical changes took place and the herd was re-stocked with pedigree Jerseys. Herd facts: 210-220 pedigree Jersey cows Herd yield 7400 litres at 5.6% Butterfat and 3.9% Protein The herd is milked through 3 Fullwood Merlin2 robots with an average of 2.7 milkings per day per cow High yielders are giving 45 – 52 litres per day with lactations regularly over 12,000 litres in 30 days Some cows choose to visit the robot 4 times a day, allowing them to express their genetic potential Milk is sold to Grahams The Family Dairy as well as being made in to Ice Cream which is sold on farm through their tea room and locally. The Bland family make up to 40 different flavours of ice cream! Fertility has also improved since the robots have been in, making it easier to see individual cow behaviour. All cows and heifers are served up to two times with sexed semen with a split od 70% American and 30% Danish. Steven is convinced that good cow families are the strength behind a good breeding animal. Steven describes the herd as, “the ultimate free range cows” To read the full story, click the link: https://jerseycattlesociety.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Scottish-Farmer.pdf
The Scottish family dairy introduces a new luxury yogurt to their iconic Gold Top range – a first for Scotland! Today, Graham’s The Family Dairy announce the launch of Gold Top Luxury Yogurt, a new luxuriously layered yogurt made with deliciously creamy Jersey milk. A first for Scotland, the yogurt is a new addition to the Scotland’s No1 Chosen Brand’s iconic Gold Top range of products, which include award winning milk, butter, and cream. Gold Top Luxury Yogurt is made with the freshest Jersey milk from the Graham’s own herd of Golden Girls in Stirlingshire. Naturally 18% higher in protein and 20% higher in calcium than ‘standard’ milk, Jersey milk’s velvety smooth texture, is rich in essential vitamins and minerals such as zinc, iodine and vitamins A, B, D and E. So, with the addition of the opulent layer of strawberry or salted caramel, Graham’s Gold Top Luxury Yogurt is THE new must-have treat! Robert Graham, Managing Director, Graham’s The Family Dairy, “Innovation and product development are something we at Graham’s pride ourselves on, and we have been busy this year developing a host of new dairy products, including our new Gold Top luxury layered yogurt using our Jersey milk. As an amalgamation of our existing yoghurt and our iconic Gold Top Jersey milk range, we worked with external research agency, TRKR, as well as our own Graham’s Taste Testers to gain category and customer insight into this new product innovation, at concept level. Our own customer feedback was overwhelmingly positive. They wanted us to develop a luxury yogurt made with our Jersey Gold Top milk. So, as we continue to create delicious and nutritional dairy products with fresh local milk for our customers from all over Scotland, as well as the rest of the UK, we hope that everyone …
JUDGES: Andrew & Jennifer Vander Meulen RESULTS JUNIOR CALF, born 1st January 2021 – Present (10 Entries) 1st TRENOWETH Engineer Sweetheart – The Johns Family 2nd HAYVALLEY Jordan Milki – The Renfree Family 3rd TRENOWETH Devinci Ruby – The Johns Family JUNIOR CALF, born 1st July 2020 – 31st December 2020 (8 Entries) 1st FOXHOLE Dynomite Regal – Dawn Coryn 2nd CHYANHALL Citation Voice – Tom Eddy 3rd CHYANHALL Chrome Pride – Tom Eddy INTERMEDIATE CALF, born 1st MArch 2020 – 30th June 2020 (7 Entries) 1st WESTMILL Wilbert Liesel – Gwavas Jerseys 2nd HAYVALLEY Casino Tara – The Renfree Family 3rd HAYVALLEY Video Flash Tracy – The Renfree Family SENIOR CALF, born 1st November 2019 – 28th February 2020 (5 Entries) 1st HAYVALLEY Yegabomb Orangutan – The Renfree Family 2nd CARDINNEY Machine Osier 16 – The Johns Family 3rd CARDINNEY Taupe Hamper 8 – The Johns Family MATURE CALF, born 1st July 2019 – 31st October 2019 (6 Entries) 1st SUNNYDAWN Oliver Crabapple – The Renfree Family 2nd WESTMILL Stag Amanda – Gwavas Jerseys 3rd WESTMILL Chilli Tamarisk – Gwavas Jerseys CHAMPION FOXHOLE Dynomite Regal RESERVE CHAMPION SUNNYDAWN Oliver Crabapple MOST POINTS IN THE COMPETITION The Renfree Family
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We are deeply saddened to report the passing of Bev Clear of the Pierrepont & Discovery Jersey prefixes. Bev will be so very missed by husband Mike, daughter Zoe & son Patrick. Bev fought a courageous fight against Coronavirus but passed away on Tuesday 26th January. A lady passionate about Jerseys, particularly the Jersey Young Breeders movement and a wonderfully talented artist, Bev brought such friendship to so many. Our sincere condolences to the Clear Family at this very sad time.
JUDGE: Mr Michael Heath, USA RESULTS JUNIOR CALF, born 1st January 2020 – 30th June 2020 (4 Entries) 1st HAYVALLEY Colton Cameo DW & GN Renfree & Family 2nd HAYVALLEY Casino Tara DW & GN Renfree & Family 3rd WESTMILL Zummit Sunlight William Bowman 1st over 2nd: She is wider in the pins & has more depth & openness of rib. Furthermore she has more quality and dairyness throughout. 2nd over 3rd: has more length & stretch to her frame, she also displays more cleanliness & is flatter in the bone in the hock. 3rd over 4th: squarer in the frame & has more overall balance and is also straighter in her hind leg placement. INTERMEDIATE CALF, born 1st September 2019 – 31st December 2019 (6 Entries) 1st HAYVALLEY Crazy G Milki DW & GN Renfree & Family 2nd CARVINACK Gunner Dream Wayne Jeffery 3rd CARVINACK Chocolette Wayne Jeffery 1st over 2nd: has more length & extension to her frame. She also displays more quality & dairyness throughout. 2nd over 3rd: has more style & balance, she is also a little cleaner cut throughout. 3rd over 4th: has a smoother blending of parts as she has a straighter top line and has more depth of rib. SENIOR CALF, born 1st May 2019 – 31st August 2019 (6 Entries) 1st SUNNYDAWN Oliver Crabapple DW & GN Renfree 2nd CARVINACK Sunnydawn Violet Wayne Jeffery 3rd TRENITHON Devinci Whimsical The Williams Family 1st over 2nd: This calf has more length of frame & displays more overall style. I also feel she appears to be more of a total overall heifer and her correctness of hind feet & legs. 2nd over 3rd: She has more overall quality & appears to be a silkier made heifer. She is also squarer made in her frame & …
Clandeboye Tequila Cookie has been crowned the “People’s Champion of the Decade” with The Royal Ulster Winter Fair, having been exhibited by Clandeboye Estate, Bangor. Our congratulations to Mark & all of the Team at Clandeboye.
The Royal Ulster Winter Fair are inviting you to take part in crowning the Jersey Champion of the Decade. The following exceptional line-up of Jerseys are all eligible to be the jewel in the crown: 2010 – Clandeboye Rocket Mabel 2011 – Clandeboye Jazz Evita 2012 – Clandeboye CR Evita 2013 – Potterswalls Action Daisybelle 2014 – Potterswalls Action Daisybelle 2015 – Clandeboye Jazz Evita 2016 – Clandeboye Allstar 1 Evita 2017 – Clandeboye Tequila Cookie 2018 – Quintrell Kyros Indigo 2019 – Clandeboye Tequila Cookie Votes close on Thursday 3rd December at 12noon: https://www.winterfair.org.uk/peoples-champion/jersey-breed-champion-of-the-decade The Jersey Champion will then enter the “Peoples Champion of the Decade” Competition, with voting for this opening at 5pm, Thursday 3rd December, closing on Thursday 10th December at 12noon – on what would of been the day of the 2020 Winter Fair.
JUDGE: Mrs Lena Lewis RESULTS LARGE HERD, 1st Quintrell Michael, Claire & Jenny Colwell 2nd Whitenhill B & J Ravenhill-White 3rd Cardinney JR Warren SMALL HERDS, 1st Riverview Chris & Connie Creeper 2nd Coomber TM & JA Garry 3rd Hollesley Miss H Day JUNIOR COW 1st Cardinney Wonderman Wishful JR Warren 2nd Saxown Bruce Judy 20 The Saxby Family 3rd Sunnydawn Colton Tummelberry Chris & Connie Creeper INTERMEDIATE COW 1st Quintrell Spectrum Dianna Michael, Claire & Jenny Colwell 2nd Whitenhill Rileys Coleus B & J Ravenhill-White 3rd Hannah’s Tequila Monica Chris & Connie Creeper, Jess Tapp & Emily Gay SENIOR COW 1st Quintrell Ballard Devotional 2nd Saxown Success Alexandra The Saxby Family 3rd Quintrell Klipper Devotional Chris & Connie Creeper HEIFER, In Milk 1st Maunlake Oliver P Day Dream Chris & Connie Creeper 2nd Rivermead Rufus Echo The Davis Family 3rd Quintrell Circus Rose Michael, Claire & Jenny Colwell HEIFER, IN CALF 1st Coomber Oliver P Who 37 TM & JA Garry 2nd Kit Bontino Primrose 735 JE & PNJ Scott 3rd Whitenhill Casinos Delahay B & J Ravenhill-White GROUP OF THREE, by the same bull or out of the same cow 1st Whitenhill Jerseys, progeny of River Valley Cece Chrome 2nd Riverview Jerseys, progeny of Sunset Canyon Maximus 3rd Quintrell Jerseys, progeny out of Quintrell Reagan Annabelle DAM & DAUGHTER 1st Whitenhill Coltons Lorinda & Whitenhill Gupaos Lorena B & J Ravenhill-White 2nd Quintrell Reagan Annabella & Quintrell Viral Anya Michael, Claire & Jenny Colwell 3rd Coomber Envoys Rose 38 & Coomber Grandious Rose 44 TM & JA Garry HERD PRODUCTION & INSPECTION 1st Whitenhill 2nd Cardinney 3rd Coomber TWO DAUGHTERS BY A HOMEBRED OR ENGLISH BULL, 1st Quintrell Jerseys by Whitenhill Valentinos Costus 2nd Cardinney Jerseys, daughters by Cardinney Irwin …
Due to the onset and continuation of the covid pandemic this year, which resulted in nearly all of the county and national shows for 2020 having been cancelled and thus directly affecting the Society’s ability to hold its annual All Britain competition, the Society decided to hold instead an on-farm photographic competition to provide all members with an opportunity to collectively take part in something positive. Mark Logan, JCS Director, set a range of classes for all the members to enter as well as specifically two classes just for Jersey Young Breeders to enable them to submit their own photos they had taken on farm under the clases ‘JYB scenic’ and JYB Quirky’. Due to the number of entries received of photos of JYB members, an additional class was added at the Judging stage as we wanted to recognise the photos of JYB members in the results as well as those photographs taken by young members. Upon the close of entries on 30th September, professional photographer, Jane Steel kindly took the challenge of judging the entries fro each class and selecting a Champion and Reserve for each, as well as collectively with JCS and the editors of the Society publication The UKJT magazine, the winning photo for the coveted front cover of the November Edition of the UKJT. Congratulations to Scott McGill of Kerricks Jerseys whose photograph took the coveted place front cover shot for the November edition of The UKJT, as winner of the scenic section of the online photographic competition: To view the details of the JCS On-Farm Photographic Competition as published in the November Edition of the UKJT – view here or visit the JCS Members Area to read the electronic online edition of The JCS UKJT. To view the full results of the JCS On-Farm Photographic …
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of Mary Collins of Churchroyd Dairy Shorthorns and the Churchroyd Jersey prefix. Mary will be so very missed by the family she held so dear and the entire dairying community. Mary’s passion and commitment to the industry was outstanding and this reflected in the incredible levels of achievements by her family within their own herd. We will all miss the warmth of Mary’s personality, a lady who always had time for everyone but we will hold the memories in our hearts always. Our sincere condolences go to all at Churchroyd at this very sad time.
2020 has certainly been an unusual year. Barry, Jenny & Claire Daw wished to mark the hard work of our NHS and associated frontline workers with a fundraiser. The Daw Family decided to raise money in the form of a raffle to win Whisky the calf from their prestigious BLUEGRASS Jersey Herd based in Hertfordshire. Tickets were sold for £20.00 each, raising a fantastic £3870.00 for Mind and the NHS.
It is with great sadness the Society reports the passing of Lady Dufferin of Clandeboye Jerseys on 27th October 2020. Lady Dufferin had been a member of the Society for over 20 years and a strong advocate of the Jersey breed. The Clandeboye herd was established in 2000 and has produced some of the very best, award winning, pedigree Jersey cattle in the UK. In 2007, Lady Dufferin launched Clandeboye Yogurts, a range of hand crafted yogurts made from the milk of the pedigree Clandeboye Holstein and Jersey herds. Clandeboye Yogurts have since become the largest yogurt producers in Northern Ireland, supplying all the major supermarkets in NI as well as Aldi in Ireland. Alongside this, Clandeboye supply small local retailers and also produce some own brand products for Spar and Starbucks in Ireland. Our sincere condolences go to all at Clandeboye Estates at this very sad time. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be a private funeral at Clandeboye in accordance with Lady Dufferin’s wishes and memorials in celebration of her life at both Clandeboye and in London. If you would like to send your condolences to Clandeboye Estate, please write to: Mr Mark Logan, Clandeboye Estate Manager, Clandeboye Estate, Bangor, Co. Down, BT19 1RN
JUDGE: Mr Logan Courtney RESULTS SENIOR COW, In Milk, fourth lactation or more (7 Entries) 1st Quintrell Ballard Devotional Mike & Claire Colwell 2nd Westmill Broiler Blackberry WJ Bowman 3rd Sunnydawn Success Peach The Renfree Family JUNIOR COW, In Milk, 2 or 3 lactations (9 Entries) 1st Quintrell Spectrum Dianna Mike & Claire Colwell 2nd Torvalley Joel Jazz The Renfree Family 3rd Cardinney Wonderman Wishful JR & SM Warren DRY COW (8 Entries), 1st Carvinnack Star Delia Wayne Jeffery 2nd Moorview Tilly Zoe Walters 3rd Winkland Completes Annette AJC Carter MAIDEN HEIFER, 12-18 Months (8 Entries) 1st Cardinney Timekeeper Starlight JR & SM Warren 2nd Lynfield Belle The Basher Family 3rd Whitenhill Rosevelts Red Bopple Nut The Johns Family HEIFER, In Calf, (7 Entries) 1st Olympic Victorious Veronica The Renfree Family 2nd Cardinney Primero Wish Bone JR & SM Warren 3rd Westmill Harris Dianne WJ Bowman HEIFER, In Milk (7 Entries) 1st Whitenhill Lorenzos Luga The Johns Family 2nd Quintrell Circus Rose Mike & Claire Colwell 3rd Honeyfields Victorious Laramie The Renfree Family PRODUCTION & INSPECTION, (7 Entries) 1st Ansom Ontime Melba – 540 Points The Renfree Family 2nd Sowden Hilux Miranda – 466 Points JR & SM Warren 3rd Quintrell Ballard Devotional – 457 Points Mike & Claire Colwell LIFETIME PRODUCTION CLASS, (7 Entries) 1st Glanmor Julian Winc – 983 Points JR & SM Warren 2nd Quintrell Rocket Igloss – 897 Points Mike & Claire Colwell 3rd Sunnydawn Rocket Keiserite – 851 Points The Williams Family CHAMPION: Quintrell Spectrum Dianna “This beautiful cow is the definition of what I look for in a modern, balanced dairy cow. She has the width & capacity throughout to easily carry her to the …
The Fleming Family celebrating 50 Years of The Potterswalls Herd
JUDGE: Jane Steel RESULTS ALL BREEDS, Young Handler 1st Jake Waring ALL BREEDS, MAIDEN HEIFER, born on or after 1st April 2019 3rd HAYVALLEY Yegabomb Orangutan The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS, HEIFER, in milk 2nd HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS, JUNIOR COW, in milk 3rd CHERRYVIEW Joel Lacey Mrs JM Waring ALL BREEDS, SENIOR COW, in milk 3rd ANSOM On Time Melba The Renfree Family JERSEY CHAMPION CHERRYVIEW Joel Lacey RESERVE JERSEY CHAMPION HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie
The widely anticipated first coloured breeds sale at CCM Skipton did not disappoint, with a new auction centre dairy record price established when the much admired VG88-2yrs headliner, Cherryview Legal M Lacey, was knocked down to an undisclosed buyer for 5,500gns, with her yearling daughter by Citation heading to the same home for 2,200gns. Still giving 21kg per day, Cherryview Legal M Lacey is due again in mid-November and again to Citation, being a potential third generation straight EX for the Lacey cow family that has been so noteworthy and consistently reliable for Mrs Judith Waring, who has regrettably dispersed her Cherryview herd at Cherry Burton, Beverley. Of the 31 animals in the dispersal portion of this sale, ranging from the seventh calver Cherryview Minister Lacey EX92-5E, who sold for 2,700gns to Richard Pilkington, Shordley – with her October 2019 daughter following to Messrs Young, Cumbria, at 2,100gns – to the March, 2020-born Cherryview Citation Lacey, a total of 17 Laceys successfully sold. Furthermore, the Cherryview dispersal averaged a whopping £1,486 per life. CCM’s dairy sales co-ordinator Sarah Liddle said: “A packed, socially distanced and face-masked audience gathered to witness this great sale that offered much to the crowd gathered ringside, and CCM were fortunate that their perspex ‘boothing’ and online bidding facility afforded potential purchasers capacity to bid safely and view the stock on sale.” In total, 39 buyers were recorded purchasing the 87 animals forward on the day, the volume purchaser being Andrew McKay, Newton Stewart, who bought eight. A strong Yorkshire following was in fine buying form, with other purchases also heading to Lancashire, Cumbria, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Lincolnshire, Shropshire, Cheshire, Durham and East Yorkshire. This was said to highlight CCM’s central location in the country and many people visiting the auction site for the first time …
Have the chance of winning a CALF for the 2021 Show Season! 2020 has certainly been an unusual year and Barry, Jenny & Claire Daw wish to mark the hard work of our NHS and associated frontline workers with a fundraiser. So for your chance to WIN a BLUEGRASS Calf that has been born during Lockdown, all you have to do is visit the Just Giving page: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/bluegrasscalf Make a £20 donation and you will be entered in to the draw to win the calf – with the lucky number announced on 10th November 2020. All proceeds will be divided between the charity MIND and an NHS Charity. ***The winner will need to collect the calf within a month of being announced***
HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie
JUDGE: Glen Johns RESULTS ALL BREEDS, COW, due to calve before 1st January 2021, Any Breed 1st ANSOM On Time Melba EX94 The Renfree Family 3rd OLYMPIC Tequila Milki The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS, HEIFER, in calf or in milk, born after 1st August 2017, Any Breed 1st HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie VG88 The Renfree Family ALL BREEDS,COW, in milk, not due to calve before 1st January 2021 1st TORVALLEY Joel Jazz JERSEY CHAMPION, ANSOM On Time Melba The Renfree Family RESERVE CHAMPION JERSEY HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie The Renfree Family
JUDGES: Jersey Classes – Mr Michael Hurst; Supreme Classes – Mr Russell Gammon; Showmanship – Mr Jamie Howard RESULTS JERSEY, Maiden Heifer 1st HAYVALLEY Yegabomb Orangutan David Renfree 2nd MOORVIEW Valiant Tasty AR & DL Walters 3rd MOORVIEW Prix Hollys Minnie AR & DL Walters 4th SALFACH Viral Naughty Salfach Jerseys 5th SALFACH Change Up Marie Salfach Jerseys 6th WHITENHILL Santas Strawberry Miss Sophie Carpenter 7th KIRKINRIOLA Dazzler Magic Jack King 8th CREAMFIELD DJ Roxy Ceri Powell 9th SUNNYDAWN Oliver Crabapple David Renfree 10th HAYVALLEY Crazy G Milki David Renfree JERSEY, Incalf Heifer 1st SALFACH Viral Trixi Salfach Jerseys 2nd SALFACH Viral Miss Molly Salfach Jerseys 3rd SALFACH Brownies Larrisa Tracy Marshall 4th LONGDENDALE Wizard Muffler Miss Sophie Carpenter 5th MOORVIEW Tillys Sassy Girl Miss Zoe Walters JERSEY,Inmilk Heifer 1st SALFACH Viral Nova Salfach Jerseys 2nd SALFACH Joel Lollipop Salfach Jerseys 3rd – non member 4th HONEYGIRLS Welsh Lily Edward Sugden 5th HONEYFIELDS Victorious Laramie David Renfree 6th RIBBLEVALLEY Viral Verity Ceri Powell JERSEY,Dry Cow 1st SALFACH LC Jamie Salfach Jerseys 2nd LANSTAR Alexis Tasha Arber JERSEY, Second Calver 1st TORVALLEY Joel Jazz David Renfree 2nd FUTUREDREAMS Exciting Daffodil David Renfree JERSEY, Senior Cow 1st SAXOWN Precision Cash 89 Richard Saxby 2nd Katherines Jenny On Time Katherine Jenkinson JERSEY CHAMPION SAXOWN Precision Cash 89 The Saxby Family RESERVE JERSEY CHAMPION Katherines Jenny On Time Katherine Jenkinson SUPREME HEIFER CHAMPION SALFACH Viral Nova RESERVE SUPREME CHAMPION SAXOWN Precision Cash 89 ALL BREEDS SHOWMANSHIP JUNIOR: 3rd Liam Ramaker 4th Sophie Carpenter INTERMEDIATE: 2nd Jack King SENIOR: 1st Awen Jones OVERALL CHAMPION: Awen Jones
Tuesday 4th August 2020 at 11.00am via the online video conferencing platform Zoom All members of the Society are invited to attend the 137th Jersey Cattle Society of the UK Online Annual General Meeting, taking place on Tuesday 4th August 2020 at 11.00am, via video conference call using the platform ‘Zoom’. PLEASE REGISTER: To participate all members will need to register in advance by emailing or by contacting Emma on 07971 020817. The AGM documents are available to download and view from the Members Area: Documents: Annual General Meeting – CLICK HERE. Additionally, we have also emailed on 15th July all AGM documents and instructions on how to join the online JCS AGM. (Please check your spam box just in case our JCS E-newsletter email does not appear in your inbox) and by post* to all Members. (*posted only to members who do not have an email on their membership account). Pre-AGM Practice Zoom Meeting: We will also be holding a short “zoom practice meeting” on the afternoon of Monday 3rd August from 12noon for any members who wish to practice prior to the AGM. Please register with Emma if you wish to attend. “Tuesday 4th August will be a unique day in the long and illustrious history of the Society. The 137th AGM takes us forward to what I anticipate will be a post Covid19 new normal. I very much hope we can meet face to face next year. In the meantime, I look forward to welcoming as many people as possible to the virtual 137th JCS Annual General Meeting”. John Whitby, JCS Chairman
Kivells held the “Summer Gold” Sale of 32 Pedigree Jerseys at Exeter Livestock Centre and trade was on fire from start to finish! The sale topped at 3000gns for an exceptional heifer “Whitenhill Barcelonas Windup VG87” by FDL Barcelona, this heifer was backed by 5 generations of VG or EX dams and sold freshly calved by Bruce, Jenny & Jess Ravenhill-White of Umberleigh. The same vendor sold 6 cracking In Calf Heifers topping at 1650gns with others to 1550gns & 1500gns four times and four yearling heifer calves between 360-380gns. Bulling Heifers which were purchased as calves from the Maunlake Dispersal last summer saw quality heifers by River Valley Circus Craze sell really well to a top of 710gns twice and 640gns x 3 from Bill law of Holsworthy. The demand for Jerseys is exceptionally strong and more could have been sold to advantage!
With the cancellation of so many shows this year it is uncertain that we will be in a position to run the 2020 All Britain’s. Whilst this will be kept under review the Society can announce the new Jersey On-Farm Photographic Competition is now open for entries. Download your on-farm photographic competition entry form here! There are classes for individual animals similar to the All Britain, but photographs are to be of animals in their natural environment. There is a class for older cows to celebrate the longevity of the breed, sections for quirky and scenic pictures and classes for Jersey Young Breeders. So let’s get creative folks and see if we can find some images that could be included in the UKJT, or even grace its cover. The deadline for entries is tomorrow; Wednesday 30th September 2020, so not long now to get your entries in!
Ferocious bidding took place throughout the Spotlight Sale of Elite Pedigree Dairy Cattle which this year, due to Covid-19, auctioneers Greenslade Taylor Hunt held as an online auction. With it being the first Live Pedigree Elite Dairy Sale the interest generated was incredible with registrations on the bidding site being welcomed from across the world including potential buyers registered from New Zealand, Germany, Denmark and France. With anticipation building during the three days that the sale was live, as expected most of the bidding took place in the final moments with Fizz taking the top spot! Layward Cosmo Starry Fizz the Jersey who was bred from three generations of world renowned show winners topped the sale at £7,100. She was the only daughter of Elliotts Cosmo Starry Fizz in the UK and her 3rd dam was no other than Huronia Centurion Veronica Ex97 who was supreme champion at the World Dairy Expo. Bidding spanned the breadth of the UK with the final bid coming from the Fleming Family from Ireland for their Potterswalls Herd. Topping the Holsteins at £5,600 was the much admired Withamvale Chief Rae who was bred from 10 generations of Excellent dams that averaged 93.5 points and hailed from the illustrious Sterndale line of the Rae’s. Again bidders from Wales, Scotland and England were beaten by Conor Mcaufield who takes her back to Ireland for his Lissue herd. The Rae’s created a lot of interest throughout the sale with two red daughters from Rockset Integral Rae VG87 selling for £4100 & £3800. The Wiltor herd entered some outstanding lots in the sale and took the next two top prices. At £5,000 was the stylish red calf from the Jodie family and at £4900 was a King Doc from the same family as Jacobs Goldwyn Britany, they were …
“Once again, the level of production achieved by the top cows in the breed is exceptional. On behalf of the Society and its members, I would like to congratulate all the owners and breeders mentioned in each category. Your skill in managing your cows to achieve these performances promotes the potential of the breed to all dairy farmers.” Mark Logan, JCS Director of Shows Follow this link to download the results: JCS Milk Production Competitions (Recording Year 2018-2019) Results
Tuesday 4th August 2020 at 11.00am via the online platform: Zoom All Society members are invited to attend the 137th Jersey Cattle Society of the UK Annual General Meeting taking place on Tuesday 4th August 2020 at 11.00am, via video conference using the platform ‘Zoom’. NOMINATION FORMSDirector Nomination Form President Elect Nomination Form From Monday 13th July the full papers for the AGM will become accessible for download and viewing from the Members Area: Documents: Annual General Meeting. REGISTER NOW: To participate you will need to register in advance by emailing or by contacting Emma on 07971 020817. Full instructions on how to join the online AGM on 4th August will be sent by email to the registered member wishing to participate in this year’s AGM. We will also be holding a short “zoom test run” on the afternoon of Monday 3rd August for any members who wish to trial joining an online zoom call.
JUDGES: Giuseppe Beltramine (Italy), Pierre Boulet (USA), Mark Nutsford (UK), Mark Rueth (USA) and Kurt Wolf (USA) RESULTS COLOURED BREEDS, born January 2020 onwards 1st HAYVALLEY Yegabomb OrangutanThe Renfree Family 3rd OLYMPIC LH Viva La VidaL & P Robertson Best Presented: HAYVALLEY Yegabomb Orangutan COLOURED BREEDS, born October 1st – December 31st 2019 2nd KIRKINRIOLA Dazzler MagicJack King Best Presented: KIRKINRIOLA Dazzler Magic COLOURED BREEDS, born 1st July – 31st September 2019 2nd SUNNYDAWN Oliver CiderappleChloe Peach COLOURED BREEDS, born 1st April – 30th June 2019 2nd CREAMFIELD DJ RoxyTom & Ceri Partnership
On 26th May 2020, Gwynne Harris passed away peacefully aged 74. Gwynne was wife to the late David Harris of Farm Cottage, Ellerdine, Shropshire. David and Gwynne with their son Peter owned the highly respected pedigree herd of Ellerdine Jerseys up to until the family took the decision after a lifetime of milking to disperse the herd in 2007. The Ellerdine Herd was at the fore of the breed for many years and had bred many great individuals including a Royal Show Champion, Ellerdine Lester Amberlight 2nd (Ex93-2E) who won the accolade for their owners Smiddiehill Jerseys. The Ellerdine herd in its day had been commercially managed, achieving an average of 5963 kg milk at 5.69% butterfat and 3.87% protein. The family will be holding a private funeral on Monday 8th June 2020. If you would like to contact Peter Harris to send your condolences, please send to: Cottage Farm, Ellerdine, Telford, Shropshire, TF6 6QN.
On behalf of all Members, those associated with The Jersey Cattle Society of the UK and with help from JOSIES Yegabomb Gracie… WE THANK YOU NHS!
Judge: Mr Phil Arrell RESULTS CHANNEL ISLAND MAIDEN HEIFER(5 Entries) Layward Cosmocolitan DelightA Harvey & T Wake Creamfield DJ RoxyTom & Ceri Partnership Edhill Lady’s Man Freda Kirkinriola Dazzler MagicJack King Broadleaze Brogdon Margaret CHANNEL ISLAND INCALF HEIFER (6 Entries) Lucky Cow Ladys AnnabelleDawn Coryn Discovery Broiler SnowdriftSusan, Sarah & Iain Howie Moorview Yega Tasty SavannahZoe Walters Olympic Victorious BellaMrs LJ Robertson Longdendale Engineer GraceTom & Ceri Partnership CHANNEL ISLAND HEIFER IN MILK(2 Entries) Glanmor Barcelona LexiGlanmor Jerseys Heathwaite Chrome ChristinaKatherine Jenkinson CHANNEL ISLANDS COW, in second lactation(3 Entries) Olympic Response BelladonnaMrs LJ Robertson Glanmor Weapon EllieMartin King Sharnford Indian Acres Prada Bounty CHANNEL ISLAND COW, in third lactation(5 Entries) Trengothal Tequila BandannaSusan, Sarah & Iain Howie Glanmor Fantom Scary ScreamGlanmor Jerseys Glanmor Hurcules OpakiGlanmor Jerseys Katherines Sophia GovernorKatherine Jenkinson Heathwaite Irwin PricillaKatherine Jenkinson BREED CHAMPION Trengothal Tequila Bandanna RESERVE BREED CHAMPION Glanmor Fantom Scary Scream HONOURABLE MENTION Olympic Response Belladonna GALLERY
Judge: Mr Pat Conroy, Indiana RESULTS MAIDEN HEIFER, born in 2019 (14 Entries) Layward Cosmocolitan DelightS&T Wake and A Harvey Tregibby Yegabomb BlusherAH Wilson & Son Haughton S-O SassyMiss S Wilson Tregibby Yegabomb Dream GirlAH Wilson & Son Flair Fizzy PopFlair Jerseys Haughton VIP StatusMiss S Wilson Guillyhill Oliver P DaisyTA & ML Jackson Longing Iatola Virginian WinnieEG Armitage Padkin Joel HarpA & W Padkin Saxown Victorious Heidi 27The Saxby Family Skiddaw Casino PriceJA & Y Raven Moorhouse Victorious AnitaJ & I Watson & Son Moorhouse Casino RadiantJ & I Watson & Son Katherines Tequila GraceK Jenkinson INCALF HEIFER, born in 2018 (8 Entries) Tregibby Tequila BlusherAH Wilson & Son Layward Victoriously DivineS&T Wake and A Harvey Kerbanks Barnabas BalindaJA & Y Raven Layward Belles Yega LollipopW&A Watson Monument Engineer BlackberryK Jenkinson Nethervalley Tequila TayberryM&D Wilson Longing Brandon’s Natalie NouvelleEG Armitage Helsington Alexander ProgressTA & ML Jackson TWO YEAR OLD HEIFER, 28th February 2017 – 1st March 2018 (12 Entries) Potterswalls Impression EveningThe Fleming Family Darnlaw Colton GlitzP Manning & E Murray Skiddaw Governor CoralJA & Y Raven Clifton Victorious BrackenA&W Padkin Clifton Barnabas CloverTA & ML Jackson Honeygirls Welsh LilyEJ Sugden Honeyfields Tequila Makes Me DanceHoneyfields Jerseys TBC Honeyfields Tequila BelladonnaHoneyfields Jerseys Hailstone Joel Winsome 2M&D Wilson Ashford Diddy DorisA&L Rimmer Wheelbirks Link Party 9Katie Thompson JUNIOR CHAMPION Tregibby Tequila Blusher RESERVE JUNIOR CHAMPION Layward Cosmocolitan Delight THREE YEAR OLD, born 28th February 2016-1st March 2017 (3 Entries) Potterswalls Glams Elisha 3The Fleming Family Monument Chrome ReginaR & M Scott Glanmor Bruce DisneyP Manning & EJ Murray SENIOR COW, born prior to 1st March 2016 (7 Entries) Windyridge Tequila DiamondP Manning & EJ Murray Trengothal Tequila BandannaDreammaker Jerseys Rapidbay-UK Liquor JG PanamaHoneyfields Jerseys Clifton Vanahlem MayTA & ML Jackson Saxown Precision Cash 89The Saxby Family Clifton Tequila Bracken 2DA …
Judge: Mr Selwyn Donald RESULTS JERSEY HEIFER(4 Forward) Glanmor Impression VolvicP Manning Bayview Tequila Prance 20IW Heurchan Clydevalley Genominator FloraThe Hunter Family Mydrim Colton TaraJR & SM Howie JERSEY JUNIOR COW(4 Forward) Tintoview Tequila BlondieH Buchanan & Son Trengothal Tequila BandannaJR & SM Howie Clifton Aussiegold SamanthaThe Hunter Family Kingsbeck TansyThe Hunter Family JERSEY SENIOR COW(5 Forward) Windyridge Tequila DiamondP Manning Bluegrass Shandys August BlondieH Buchanan & Son Monument Riley CanderelR Scott Bluegrass Excitations DaisybelleJR & SM Howie Clydevalley Governor Marie 4The Hunter Family BREED CHAMPION Windyridge Tequila Diamond RESERVE BREED CHAMPION Tintoview Tequila Blondie HONOURABLE MENTION Windyridge Tequila Diamond GALLERY
The Lilyhill Cup for the top Jersey herd was awarded to F J Bunney & Sons family from Alresford Road, near Winchester, in Hampshire. The 238 cow Lakedale herd produced 7,986kg of milk and had a combined fat and protein of 689kg. Image above: The Bunny Family, Sue Bunney, Daughter Tracey Bunney and sons Barney and Billy amongst the Lakedale Herd. Farm Focus Lakedale Jerseys – Jerseys through Three Generations – can be viewed in Edition 16 of The UKJT in the Members Area.
Robert runs the 180-cow Townlaw Holstein herd and 60-cow Darnlaw Jersey Herd at Darnlaw Farm, in Auchinleck near Ayr, with his parents Bryce and Anne and wife Emma. The Sloan family has adopted a proactive approach to succession and Robert, who’s 37, became a partner in the business at 24. He admits that the mix of his youthful enthusiasm and his father’s experience and wisdom has driven the business forward in the past decade. The herd has been based at Darnlaw for more than 40 years and in 2011 the decision was made to switch to robotic milking, in a new purpose-built shed on a greenfield site, on the farm. “Back then we needed to start three-times-a-day milking to improve the welfare and longevity of our 120 high yielding cows, but finding staff prepared to do this and to work the antisocial hours was a challenge,” says Robert. “So we decided on installing robots in a new building,” says Robert.The herd is housed all year round and milked through three Lely robots. “Our system works well. We employ three local men and each staff member works up to 50 hours a week – but rarely more than four and a half days a week. This gives our staff time to pursue their own interests and have time off at the weekend. “The level of automation on our farm allows for flexible working hours with minimal anti-social labour requirements,” he adds. “Everyone has their own individual responsibilities, but they are also expected to step in and provide relief for any job on the farm. It is this diversity that keeps everyone challenged and motivated.” Another major change and ‘diversification’ took place in 2016 when they took the opportunity to fulfil a specialist Jersey milk contract from milk buyer Graham’s Dairy and …
The Approved Registered Cattle Service is service available to all JCS members. The Approved Registered Cattle (ARCTM) mark provides traceability of registered cattle to the industry with the integral tissue bank providing access to each animal’s DNA. This can be called upon at any time, allowing increased knowledge through genomic evaluation and parentage verification. Jersey Cattle Society members can purchase exclusively branded ARCTM tissue tags at very competitive rates. These tags provide differentiation for animals in pedigree herds, whilst also allowing the quick and easy submission of a DNA vial when registering an animal. JCS members can view the full brochure and information about the Approved Registered Cattle in the Members Area. Click here to visit the Members Documents page, and look for ‘ARC Booklet’ in the ‘Membership Services’ document category.