Lawrence, Chrissie
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/29/2008, p78
Trade Publication
The article reports that Mammoth cattle entries of close to 600 saw the Edenbridge and Oxted Show rank third in terms of cattle entries in England and organisers are predicting more in 2009. Having taken the supreme title at New Forest Show, Urovision will next make an appearance at Newbury and Romsey before calving in October 2008 to the farm's stock bull Ravensworth Alder. Messrs Wakeham-Dawson and Harmer led the sheep entries with their Southdown shearling ram.


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