Dairy applicants royalties for Cavan show

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    Cream country dairy ‘Queens’ at the top of the herd will fight for the most prestigious annual dairy awards in Ireland and the UK, when they parade the judging ring at €10,000 diageo Baileys all-Ireland championship dairy cow at the Virginia Show tomorrow.

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Cream country dairy ‘Queens’ at the top of the herd will fight for the most prestigious annual dairy awards in Ireland and the UK, when they parade the judging ring at €10,000 diageo Baileys all-Ireland championship dairy cow at the Virginia Show tomorrow.

Faced with the task of solving the 35th champion of diageo Bailey’s cow David Hodgson, 350ac farm near Carlisle, where his herd Wormanby consists of 190 milking cows with an average yield of 11,000 kg.

His herd has been judging Holstein Prime Minister of the UK herd in 2015 and was the owner of the herd, the breeder since 2009, while David was on the Holstein group in the UK, judging for the last 15 years.

This will be his third time refereeing in this country and he is a former judge of the National herd of great Britain finals, the abab calf show, Dairy Show South-West and the Celtic Showcase.

Organisers coy about the release of the identity of the corridor of cows on the dairy tomorrow championship in 2018, which is secretly guarded until challenge ‘Queens’, OOO dairy farm country arrive in the judging ring tomorrow afternoon.

However, he confirmed that the winner received the prize in 2017, Lanthority Hilltara Echo 2 from the herd of Sam McCormick, Bangor, County down, will not defend his title. It is clear that there is no record from the herd this year, but in the North, nevertheless, expected to fight to keep the reward.

Up to 25 participants, it is expected that in the hallway for judging, representing a “who’s who” of the best dairy cows in the country. The spread of participants from Wexford to Dublin and Kerry to Louth, with a strong record of münster and including more than one participant in at least two districts.

In addition to General awards, final judging, which is expected to be seen by about 15,000 people, cash prizes will be awarded for a cow with high protein content, better EBI, best Exhibitor-bred cows, best Junior cow and best heifer in milk.

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The winners of the award in recent years were as follows:

Hilltara Lanthority Echo 2 took the title across the border to the North for the first time in four years, when the honor went to the herd Sam McCormick, Bangor, County down in 2017. She was also named last year’s Royal Ulster Supreme champion Winter Fair.

With the Wexford breeders Philip and Linda Jones from Gorey showed “the Queen” with their multi-award winning eight-year-old cow Hallow advent Twizzle 3 in 2016.

Gorgeous cow swept the major awards across the country, including becoming the first ever Irish Holstein Friesian Association champion cow, and was crowned the champion Holstein and reserve Interbreed at the RUAS winter Fair in the North. Group EX95 on the conformation she is also a huge cow with more than 6,100 kg of milk solids obtained in five lactations to date.

4th pregnant cows, Laurelmore duplex Impala is an outstanding cow with great style and presence of the ring and owned by John Barrett & sons, Togher, Co cork – has become the laureate in 2015, the year of the Golden jubilee of the IHFA. He came after her success as the champion of Emerald Expo 2014.

Eugene Murphy and his son Sean from the waterfall, co cork, had the honour of show champion was twice in four years, with the same great cow Dalevalley OTI, Jay, Lulu.

It was Baileys Irish champion cow 2011 reserve for 2012, the Honorary diploma of the champion 2013 and again in 2014 – completing a unique achievement and a record that’s not a cow, previously never achieved.

Nine-year-old cow was in her seventh lactation in 2014, having nine calves. It produced a total of 4,554 kg milk solids in its life to date.

Bred in Donegal in the herd Dalevalley owned by Roy Cromie, it was bought Murphy as a heifer-in milk.

Four-year-old Sahara Goldwyn Ambrosia 4 VG 89 from the herd with down breeder Neal pepper picked up the award in 2013, ending four years of Munster dominance and become the second breeder from the North to win the main title, the first time being the first year in 1983.

PAT and Derek Frawley from crumbs, Rathkeale in County Limerick has become the fourth consecutive Munster winners in 2012 with Ridgefield Dundee Pentowan that were purchased as embryos. She added, Supreme champion at the national dairy show Millstreet, 2013 IHFA champion of Champions and reserve champion at champion cow Bailey and reserve champion at emerald Expo in 2013.

Dundee Brindavan has made significant progress in 2013, including:

• Supreme champion National dairy show, Millstreet

• Senior champion and Best udder at national Show Tullamore live animals

• Reserve champion at Baileys champion cow

• Reserve champion of Emerald Expo

• Champion Charleville Agricultural Stocks.

This follows from the many awards, including in 2012;

• Supreme Champion And Best Udder Emerald Expo;

• Champion And Best Udder National Dairy Show, Millstreet;

• The Baileys Champion Cow.

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