Foxhill Livestock

Royal Cornwall Show proved to be a memorable one for the Foxhillfarm team, with both the supreme interbreed and reserve supreme championships claimed by cattle from the team.

Foxhillfarm Limited Edition

Top spot went to Limousin heifer Foxhillfarm Limited Edition, a Kype Interrogate daughter out of Bankdale Elizabeth. She had previously stood first in her class and Limousin breed champion before going on to be tapped out as interbreed champion and exhibitor bred interbreed champion, adding to the array of awards she won last summer and winter.

Reserve supreme was then claimed by Charlotte’s British Blue heifer Rhymil Kylie. Another seasoned show performer Kylie was purchased privately last autumn from Rhys Millichap and is by Gitan Du P’Tit Mayeur and out of Lakeview Dancer. She had previously been reserve Continental champion at Devon County Show last month as well as highly successful last summer.

Rhymil Kylie

Further awards in the Limousin lines came for Foxhillfarm Lordofthering a Guards Boomer son. He is out of Bankdale Alice and took first place in the breed classes as well as being tapped out as male champion in the Limousin. He was also beef bull interbreed champion. Younger bull Foxhillfarm Miller was then first in his class. He is by Boomer again and out of Bankdale Elizabeth.

Back with the heifers Foxhillfarm Looksthepart stood third in the same class. Further success came with Foxhillfarm Missworld standing first in her class. She is by Foxhillfarm Irishlad and out of out of the 125,000gns Glenrock Illusion.

Foxhillfarm Lordofthering and Foxhillfarm Limited Edition then teamed up to take the Brent Interbreed Pairs championship, with Foxhillfarm Miller and Foxhillfarm Missworld winning the junior interbreed pairs title.

The commercial lines also saw success for the Foxhill team, with Lady Gaga taking first in her class and reserve supreme commercial. Charlotte’s heifer Foxhillfarm Mama was then third in the same class.

Across in the sheep classes the Charollais team enjoyed a successful show, with first places for our aged ewe, shearling ewe, ewe lamb and ram lamb. The aged ewe then went on to be female and breed champion, with the shearling ewe standing reserve female champion and reserve breed champion and the ram lamb taking the male championship. Meanwhile, in the Texels our ewe lamb stood second in a strong class.

 

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