2013 Season

Rimsdale Eyecatcher, who won Male Champion award at all the shows he was at. Courtesy of Scottish Farmer
Rimsdale Eyecatcher, who won Male Champion award at all the shows he was at. Courtesy of Scottish Farmer

Another good year for the Badanloch sheep flock, with nine first prizes won across the show season. Details of the show wins and sales are as follows:

Royal Highland Show

  • Tup won 1st in its class which went on to win Overall Male Champion
  • Ewe won 2nd in its class

Sutherland County Show

  • 1st prize - Aged tup which went on to win Reserve champion
  • 1st prize – Tup lamb
  • 1st prize – Ewe which went on to win Champion Hill Sheep and also to win Best Sheep in Sutherland
  • 1st prize – group of 3
  • 7 sheep overall were taken, all won either 1st, 2nd or 3rd

Black Isle Show

  • 1st prize - Aged tup which went on to win Male Champion and Overall Champion
  • 1st prize – Ewe which went on to win Female Champion and Overall Reserve
  • 1st prize – group of 3
  • Aged Tup and Ewe also went on to win Interbreed Pair

Lairg Hill Cheviot Show

  • 1st prize Aged Tup which also won Male Champion and Overall Reserve

Lairg Lamb Sale

  • Wether lambs sold to a top of £59.50.  Ewe lambs sold to a top of £78.00.

Lairg Ewe & Ram Sale

  • Tups sold to a top of £3,000 to North House; £2,200 to Lindsay Graham; £1,800 to Porrish ; total average of £1,145 for 10
  • Draft ewes sold to a top of £105 to Robertson Inkstack for 101.

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