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THE UKJT ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

The Publication: Produced three times a year the UKJT is a tool used to communicate effectively with the members of the Jersey Cattle Society, extremely well received it is an informative publication for any pedigree dairy breeders interested in Jerseys.

The UKJT combines news from the Society and its nationwide clubs, together with insightful herd features and management and health articles specific to the breed amongst its concise content with each edition also reporting on the latest news and events in the Jersey Young Breeders.
Its circulation: Mailed to every member of the Society both young and old with surplus copies made available for prospective new members at events throughout the year each issue is produced on a print run of 800.

Our readers/audience: As the second largest dairy breed this publication is ideally targeted at anybody with an interest in Jersey cattle from pedigree breeders to breed enthusiasts to the commercial dairy farmer, it has a bespoke target audience sharing a common interest in the quality and performance of Jerseys.

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING RATES

A4 FULL PAGE ADVERT
£300 +VAT

1/2 PAGE ADVERT
£200 +VAT

BREEDER ADVERTISING RATES

Discounted advertising rates for JCS members, clubs and breeders.

A4 FULL PAGE ADVERT
£150 +VAT

1/2 PAGE ADVERT
£100 +VAT
For more information and charges for premium or double-page adverts, please contact Sarah Liddle on 01609 748385.

Note that both rates shown above include any design required.

Advertising Spec

Print ready adverts should be provided in either High-Res JPEG or PDF format with 3mm bleed and a recommended content margin of 10mm.

FULL PAGE
297mm x 210mm +3mm bleed.

HALF PAGE
148.5mm x210mm +3mm bleed.

COPY DEADLINES

Important dates for 2020:

ISSUE 19
August 2020 advert booking deadline 10/7/20, print deadline 24/7/20, circulation 10/8/20.*

ISSUE 20
November 2020 (National Show Special) advert booking deadline 16/1/020, print deadline 30/10/20, circulation 16/11/20.*
*All dates and prices are subject to change if needed at the discretion of the Jersey Cattle Society of the UK and the UKJT editors.