Limousin breeding heifer of the year 2018

//Limousin breeding heifer of the year 2018

In conjunction with Cappamore show, the Irish Limousin Cattle Society hosted a Limousin Breeding Heifer of the year competition on Saturday 18th August at Portnard, Cappamore.

This competition is confined to non-pedigree heifers with no permanent teeth on show day, the heifers must be LMX and are judged on their potential to produce a calf for high priced markets.

A very strong line-up of exceptional heifers competed in this class. After much deliberation the judges tapped out Daniel and Rachel Moloney’s outstanding Carmorn Co-pilot daughter “Everest” as the deserved winner. Everest was born in February 2017 to a Charolais cow. Daniel and Rachel have shown Everest at numerous shows this year – she accompanies the families renowned Ardnacrusha Limousin pedigree show team.

 

Results: Limousin Breeding heifer of the year – 2018

Exhibitor
1st Daniel and Rachel Moloney, Ardnacrusha, Co. Clare
2nd Kevin Clancy, Clifden, Co. Galway
3rd Gene McCann, Swords, Dublin
4th Mary and John Fitzgerald, Claremorris, Co. Mayo
5th Wm. Gubbins, Kilfinane, Co. Limerick
6th Tony Hayes, Lahinch, Co. Clare

By |2018-08-19T09:46:42+01:00August 19th, 2018|Limousin News|