Belgian Blue takes championship

Cooper, Olivia
May 2007
Farmers Weekly;5/25/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 21, p49
Trade Publication
The article features Richpill Thomas, the first Belgian Blue bull to win the interbreed title at the Devon County Show held in England in May 2007. According to interbreed judge and suckler producer John Jeffrey, the bull has a great size and locomotion. It notes that the Charolais heifer Little Bovey Vogue, owned and bred by Henry and Emma Vooght, took the reserve champion title. It adds that the interbreed sheep title was awarded to John and Diana Jordan for their North Country Cheviot ram.


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