Saturday, May 23, 2009

The Fife Show North Fife

On arrival, fields of transport and then the show. Fife Agricultural Association continue to provide a show place for agricultural interests and pursuits. This year’s Show at Cupar North Fife on Kinloss estate includes all the elements of a traditional agricultural show including pedigree and commercial cattle and sheep classes, goats, food marquee, and home produce. There were classes for pets and dogs. There were also over 100 light and heavy horse showing classes and BSJA show jumping, including several Highland Show qualifiers. The Show also featured a Game Fair, large trade stand section, including agricultural machinery, saddlery, quality Scottish crafts. There was a children’s activity marquee and a food and cookery marquee.
Main ring attractions included:

Vintage Parade
Falconry
Terrier Racing
I became engrossed with the subjects illustrated below, it will give you a feel of the abundance of live-stock.


Waiting for the moment.

I'm not sure of the judging parameters, milk yield? true to breed? What ever, it is still some cow.

A friend of mine breeds pure Hereford cattle and assures me that this is a cross breed. Magnificent never the less.

On parade and needing a helping hand to get it moving.

It goes on, one superb animal after another.













All Bull maybe even a bit of spit and polish.


All kinds and colours.

4 comments:

Mrs. Fuzzy said...

Those are some truly beautiful coos! Thanks for the picture show.

Anonymous said...

The horse Star was disapointing in the ridden class, only as he was 5th at the Royal Highland last year.

Anonymous said...

The show was outstanding as usual and the animals turned out amazingly.

chester said...

animals were outstanding, clydesadales very good. Good luck next year